ID

ALCE-187NP

Authors as Published

Kim Niewolny, Associate Professor, Agricultural, Leadership, and Community Education, Virginia Tech; and Allyssa Kindel, Program Associate, Agricultural, Leadership, and Community Education, Virginia Tech

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This decision-making guide is intended for farm service providers and educators who may work with or come across individuals in the farming community who are dealing with stress. It is sometimes difficult to know if a person is struggling, and knowing what can be done for a person in need is not always intuitive. This guide will briefly discuss examples of stressors, warning signs to look out for, and resources that can be shared with farmers who are in need of assistance.


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Publication Date

February 10, 2020