We Support Whole Health
Wellness is an active and dynamic process that means different things to different people. It is a "conscious, self-directed and evolving process of achieving full potential".
National Health Institute
Physical wellness promotes the care of our physical body for optimal function and participation in life.
Spiritual wellness promotes connectedness with self, other people, a higher power, the natural world and the universe that transcends and empowers all life.
Mental health and wellness promotes a state of emotional well-being where we can realize our natural talents and abilities, cope with the normal stresses of life, work productively and make a positive contribution to important relationships.
Social wellness promotes our capacity to engage with other people, groups, organizations and service providers, etc. and develop healthy and mutually beneficial relationships.
Relational wellness promotes the positivity of important relationships and the qualities that benefit us within our interactions, such as; empathy, engagement, authenticity, and empowerment.
Financial wellness promotes healthy decision making and management of personal and family finances, including goal setting, investments, insurance and retirement planning.
Environmental wellness promotes well-being by minimizing the inherent risk to human health in the spaces where we live, work and play.
Individual wellness recognizes the unique needs, conditions, abilities, routines and goals of the person it is designed to help.
Family focused wellness promotes a healthy social environment and positive physical and psychological interactions between family members, as their individual needs evolve over the course of life.