Mayo Clinic Health System is proud to provide quality healthcare. However, your health and well-being is shaped by more than what goes on inside the hospital or clinic.
That's why it's important to:
Find resources in your community
If you need to find resources in your community, such as food, housing, transportation or social services, the findhelp.org website connects communities to free or low-cost programs and services. We use the tool to connect patients with community resources that align with their specific needs. Search by your ZIP code to find resources near you.
By clicking this link, you are leaving Mayo Clinic Health System's website. Findhelp.org is not a Mayo Clinic product or service. Services listed in the findhelp.org database are submitted by community organizations and verified by findhelp.org's team.
Stay on top of your health
It's never too early or too late to plan ahead for health. By taking a balanced, proactive approach to food, fitness, emotional wellness and preventive care, it's easy to get healthy and stay healthy.
Mayo Clinic Health System's Community Engagement specialists work to make a measurable difference in communities by addressing health needs with tips, resources and educational opportunities. Be sure to connect with your healthcare provider to discuss any further questions that you may have about your health.
In the meantime:
- Eat well.
Get healthy recipes and tips.
- Move more.
Learn ways to get and stay physically active.
- Support your mind.
Balance your mental and emotional health.
- Take advantage of tools for health.
Access health and well-being resources.
- Watch and learn.
Explore wellness videos and upcoming classes and events.
Get assistance at Mayo Clinic Health System
Patients in difficult financial circumstances who have an established need to receive medically necessary services are encouraged to inquire about financial assistance and eligibility. Social services also are available at select Mayo Clinic Health System locations to help patients navigate emotional, medical, financial and behavioral health needs.