Sharing a meal, attending classes, engaging in conversations and activities with contemporaries, and in group activities all increase physical and mental wellness. Housing, food, transportation and social connection must be part of a comprehensive health plan for older adults if our goal is to truly enable and encourage overall health and wellness. Our expanded Healthy Aging Services at the new Campus will combine all of this with integrated health services and workshops to promote healthy aging. The Vivalon Healthy Aging Program, operated in partnership with the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, will be expanded at the new Campus, providing opportunities for aging Marin residents to actively engage in understanding their health risk factors and how they might better manage their health. A new integrated care clinic will coordinate Vivalon services with healthcare that is currently available in our community to ensure continuous support as we choose our own healthy aging paths. Services will include chronic disease management, podiatry, ophthalmology, behavioral health, medication management and other support services, and will be available to all of Marin’s older adults, not just those who live onsite.