Teens and COVID-19: Protecting their mental health

With schools closed for at least the next several weeks in an effort to continue to flatten the curve of coronavirus, many teens are struggling to adjust to a new (if temporary) normal away from the classes, social activities, and extra-curriculars that gave them a sense of structure and community.

And while this situation will not last forever, experts say it’s still important for teens to safeguard their mental health as they navigate through this uncharted territory.

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