Mental health is a significant issue for young people in the U.S. with teens calling for more openness on mental health issues.
National 4 H Council commissioned a survey to explore teens’ perceptions and experiences around mental health. The survey, which polled over 1,500 diverse youth ages 13-19 nationwide, explored the role of resilience in mental health along with gathering youth perspectives on the state of mental health issues in their community and the nation. The survey was conducted online from May 4 to May 14, 2020.
Download the resources below to learn more and view tools to help promote the survey results.
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