[kids-lib] Find out what 4 libraries are doing to support teen mental health-what is your library doing?

Katie Anderson katiea at wccls.org
Wed Mar 17 09:12:59 PDT 2021

Read this OYAN blog post<https://oyanpeeps.wordpress.com/2021/03/17/2021-supporting-teen-mental-health-part-1/> to learn what Lebanon, Fern Ridge, Multnomah County, and Cedar Milly libraries are doing to support teen mental health.

What is your library doing to support teens and their mental health during the pandemic?

Have you…

  *   Created a booklist/resources list of materials for teens related to mental health
  *   Hosted a virtual teen program presented by a mental health expert or community partner
  *   Developed a program that isn’t explicitly “mental health” themed, but you designed it to help teen mental health in a stealthy way that seems to be working
  *   Something else?

Feel free to just send me an informal sentence or two about programs, services, and other activities that support teen mental health. Links to the online resources you used are helpful, but not necessary. If you want to write in more details, that is welcome too!

I’ll post all your teen mental health activities on the OYAN blog<https://oyanpeeps.wordpress.com/>.

Katie Anderson
Youth Services Librarian
Library & Community Initiatives Team
Washington County Cooperative Library Services<https://www.wccls.org/>
katiea at wccls.org<mailto:katiea at wccls.org>

Hours 7:30 AM-4:00 PM
Every other Monday & Saturday

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