NEXT STEPS FOR PHYSICAL VITALITY

Explore our interactive information on Physical Wellness below and then be sure to scroll down further to the bottom of this webpage for additional resources. You can also return to the wellness home page.




PHYSICAL WELLNESS RESOURCES

PHYSICAL WELLNESS OVERVIEW

National Institute of Health Physical Wellness Tool Kit

 

GET ACTIVE


All Saints Groups

Saints on Bikes

Saints on Skis

Walking group



Fitness at Home

As an alternative to expensive workout equipment and subscriptions, try some of these first, or seek out videos for yoga or exercise on YouTube and other free services.


Community Fitness Centers

As you feel safe in the community during the pandemic and after, check out these wonderful local fitness centers.


  • Hopkins Activity Center
  1. Ongoing activities
  2. Health and wellness
  3. Resources for seniors


EAT HEALTHY


Websites for Overall Nutrition Guidelines – Mediterranean Diet


Website Resources for Healthy Recipes


Apps to plan healthy meals, find recipes, and make your grocery lists:


Weight Loss Tracking Apps


Cooking for Wellbeing  Interactive Cooking Class via Zoom (registration required)



ADDICTION

If you or a family member are struggling with addiction

  1. Find a local support group – call a Mental Health Connect navigator at (612) 312-3377
  2. Call the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration national helpline, 1-800-662-HELP (4357), a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.
  3. Want help quitting smoking?  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention free quitSTART app


HELP WITH SLEEP


TRANSPORTATION

Need transportation, but health or disability prevents you from being able to use regular fixed-route buses?  Visit Metro Mobility or call 651-602-1111 to learn more or schedule a trip.