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Hope Squad Training – Spreading HOPE from Home

Explaining Mental Illness and Struggles to Younger Members of the Family

Keep Calm and Carry On: Taking Care of Our Fears in the Midst of Coronavirus

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Teen Dating Violence: What Schools, Parents, and Youth Need to Know

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Seize the Awkward: Learn More about Mental Health and COVID-19

Seize the Awkward, our campaign in partnership with the Ad Council and The Jed Foundation (JED) aimed at empowering teens and young adults to talk about mental health, today launches a new Coronavirus page designed to provide young people with informative and creative ways to stay connected during this uncertain time.

In conjunction with the new webpage, Seize the Awkward has developed a new suite of social graphics and GIFs to encourage connection and conversations about mental health, providing fun and easy ways to do so. We hope these resources encourage young people to check in with their friends during this difficult time, as well as provide guidance in managing their own emotional well-being.

For further information, head to Seize the Awkward’s new Coronavirus page – and be sure to check back in, as more resources, graphics, GIFs and videos will be added throughout the month!

Answering Kids’ Questions About Corona Virus

Alex Angelo- Out of the Darkness Music Video