Coronavirus Resources for Teens and Young Adults [web resource]
DoSomething.org— a not-for-profit organization exclusively for young people—is dedicated to to making real-world impact through volunteering, civic action campaigns and social change. DoSomething has recently assembled COVID-19 resources to help teens and young adults stay healthy and fight anxiety.
Coronavirus: What’s Happening and What You Can Do
Begin with the articles in the list below from the DoSomething library.
- What is a Coronavirus?
- What are the Symptoms?
- How Does It Spread?
- How Serious Is It?
- Has This Happened Before?
- How Far Has It Spread?
- Is Everything Shutting Down?
- And What About Schools?
- What Travel Restrictions Are In Place?
- How Will This Affect the Economy?
- Should I Be Panicking?
- What’s Being Done About It?
What You Can Do
We’re all in this together, and offering assistance to others in crisis can help alleviate stress. Be sure to visit the Take Action section for some great ideas on ways you can make a difference.
If you are a college student, see the resources under: What To Do If You’re a Student Displaced or Disrupted by the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Coming Soon: New State of Mind
In partnership with Blue Shield of California, DoSomething will soon launch New State of Mind, a digital platform in which DoSomething users share tips on how they manage stress.
Source: DoSomething.org | COVID-19 News & Resources, https://www.dosomething.org/us | copyright 2020 DoSomething.org
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