b'171About The LessLonely ProjectFrom the Belfer Center for Innovation and Social Impact at The 92nd Street Y, New York, The LessLonely Project is a campaign to destigmatize and combat loneliness among Gen Z, spread through the hashtag #LessLonely .About the Belfer Center for Innovation & Social ImpactThe Belfer Center for Innovation & Social Impact brings the mission of The 92nd Street Y, New York to the world . We believe that when voices are heard, communities are connected, and ideas are nurtured from the ground up, movements can grow and real change can begin . Through grassroots global initiatives, leadership programs, and civic movements, the Belfer Center has created a vibrant worldwide community built around big ideas and doing good .About The 92nd Street Y, New YorkThe 92nd Street Y, New York is a world-class cultural and community center where people all over the world connect through culture, arts, entertainment, and conversation . For over 140 years, we have harnessed the power of arts and ideas to enrich, enlighten, and change lives, and the power of community to repair the world .About Springtide Research InstituteSpringtide Research Institute believes young people shouldnt have to answer lifes biggest questions alone . We conduct qualitative and quantitative research on the inner and outer lives of young people, ages 13 to 25 . With data-driven insights, we help trusted adults who care for young people to care better . In 2022, Springtide is equipping and empowering educators, faith leaders, parents, and employers to create spaces that are mental-health friendly for Gen Z . Follow #MentalHealthandGenZ .The information contained in this resource is for the sole purpose of being informative and is not to be considered complete, and it does not cover all issues related to mental health. This information should not replace consultation with your doctor or other qualified mental-health providers and/or specialists. If you believe you or another individual is suffering a mental-health crisis or other medical emergency, contact your doctor immediately, seek medical attention immediately in an emergency room, or call 911.'