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Responding to the Pandemic/Hybrid Life

A lot of those working with younger people have noticed that they need a little more intentionality about how to engage in social settings. Here are some helpful articles, resources, and curricula to help the "gaps" that many young people are facing. 


Resources for Working with Young People

Change for Chill

Change to Chill is a free, award-winning, mental well-being resource offered by Allina Health. Our interactive website is tailored to both teens and the adults who work with them. 

Mindfulness for Teens

Website is founded by Dzung X. Vo, MD, FAAP, is a pediatrician specializing in adolescent medicine. His medical practice, teaching, and research emphasize promoting resilience in young people to help them thrive in the face of stress and adversity.

Mindfulness-Based Programs for Youth

This toolkit was developed and designed by the Holistic Arts-Based Program (HAP) team at the School of Social Work, Laurentian University and the Knowledge Exchange team at Youth Research and Evaluation Exchange (YouthREX) at the School of Social Work, York University.

Mental Health America (Back to School Toolkit)

These resources look at the issues young people face that are having an impact on their mental health and offer tips on how to deal with these issues and the resulting emotions. 

BeMe App (Teens)

BeMe is a mobile mental health platform — made for and With Teens In Mind™ — to improve teen well-being by bringing together the best aspects of social, gaming and streaming engagement along with human coaching and clinical care.

Finch App (Kids) 
Meet your new self care best friend! Finch is a self care pet app that helps you feel prepared and positive, one day at a time. Take care of your pet by taking care of yourself! Choose from a wide variety of self care exercises personalized for you.

Processing and Talking with Kids About the Last Few Years