ID

ALCE-201NP

Authors as Published

Authored by Bethany Eigel, State Program Leader for Families and 4-H Agent, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Virginia Tech; and Crystal Tyler-Mackey, Community Viability Specialist, Department of Agricultural, Leadership, & Community Education, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Virginia Tech

This publication is available in a PDF file format only.

This tool assesses teen's responses to COVID-19 and social distancing. The information can be used to guide further teen group conversations, and identify resource and programming needs. Youth-serving professionals in 4-H, prevention programs, faith-based groups, and other teen clubs or groups can use the results to check-in and inform programmatic direction.

More COVID-19 resources can be found at COVID-19.


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Publication Date

May 1, 2020