Below are some links to trusted sources of information on common challenges arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. We encourage you to click into them to see how you or someone you know might be able to make use of them.

Oregon State University has compiled a PDF handout with a wide variety of COVID-19 related resources for children and families. Web links and a brief description of the resources cover topics such as stress and well-being, helping children with special needs, and activities to keep busy.

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Parenting pros from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach have created a Podcast to share real-life solutions based on the latest scientific research. Topics address COVID-19 challenges and everyday tips.

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Some of our young people are experiencing the loss of activities or events they may have been looking forward to for years. This Greater Good Magazine article has tips for understanding how a teen may be feeling and how you might be able to help them grieve.

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The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds has some great links and a brief video that provides some coaching about how to talk with our kids about the coronavirus pandemic.

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For additional parenting information related to preventing youth substance abuse,
click the buttons below.
As the saying goes, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”.

Each school district in Deschutes County has created a web page
with information related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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