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Let's End Loneliness Together
Resources: Mental Health, Article
Anxiety NZ Recommends Resources to Connect and Thrive

At Anxiety New Zealand, we know that feeling lonely or isolated can have a significant impact on a person's mental health. That's why we're proud to support the work of Let's End Loneliness New Zealand, a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing loneliness in our communities.

Let's End Loneliness New Zealand is doing important work to raise awareness about loneliness and the negative effects it can have on mental health. They provide a range of resources and support services to help people connect with others and combat loneliness.

Age Concern New Zealand Chief Executive Stephanie Clare says “Everyone can feel loneliness at some time, but it can be addressed and solved, and together we can end loneliness for New Zealanders who feel isolated.”

We believe that Let's End Loneliness New Zealand's work is particularly important for people with anxiety. Anxiety can make it challenging to connect with others and build relationships, which can lead to feelings of isolation and loneliness. By providing resources and support to help people make connections, Let's End Loneliness New Zealand is doing crucial work to support people with anxiety.

We encourage anyone who is struggling with loneliness to visit Let's End Loneliness New Zealand's website to explore the range of resources and support services available. Their website provides information on how to connect with others in your community, as well as tips on how to combat loneliness and build relationships.

At Anxiety New Zealand, we are proud to support Let's End Loneliness New Zealand's mission to reduce loneliness in our communities. We believe that by working together, we can help ensure that everyone has access to the resources and support they need to build meaningful connections and lead fulfilling lives.

If you or someone you know would like to talk to a supportive and trained Helpline Worker with lived experience of anxiety please call the Anxiety Helpline on 0800 ANXIETY (0800 269 4389). The Anxiety Helpline is free, and available nationally 24/7.