CADCA Youth Leadership Presents: Webinars for Engaging Youth During COVID-19
As adults continue to navigate our rapidly changing environment, our youth are facing their own multidimensional challenges. Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, how do we keep youth who are involved in drug prevention efforts motivated, engaged and empowered to create community change?
As part of CADCA Webinar Wednesdays, our Youth Leadership Initiative is proud to present a series of webinars on how to work with youth and keep them engaged and motivated during COVID-19. These webinars are hosted and led by CADCA adult and youth trainers.
Stay tuned to this post for upcoming and past webinars.
Last updated: March 22, 2020
CADCA Youth Challenge
May 20, 2020
Presented by: CADCA Youth Trainers Curtis Mark and Alexander Cook
CADCA Youth Leadership wants to engage youth nationwide during social distancing to create a video that exemplifies how they are still being change agents during these challenging times.
You Take the Lead...Social Distancing for Coalitions
April 22, 2020
Presented by: CADCA Youth Trainers Nigel Wrangham and Ananya Pati
Six feet of separation is a physical distance that does not restrict our ability to communicate from afar. Through innovative strategies, coalitions can take action to ensure our communities are safe… and it starts with you!
Virtual Youth Engagement
May 6, 2020
Presented by: CADCA Youth Trainers Andrea Marquez, Nigel Wrangham and LaDarrick Smith
During these challenging times, coalitions play a key role in ensuring families and communities implement strategies that build resiliency and strengthen attachment and connectedness among youth. Resilience is the ability to thrive, adapt and cope despite tough and stressful times. The presence of caring adults and stable environments are necessary components for a child’s healthy development and for building resilience and protection. Specifically, safe, stable and nurturing relationships between children and their parents or caregivers can act as a buffer against the stresses experienced during this global pandemic. This webinar provides practical information, hands-on tools and resources that coalitions can share with coalition partners and families in the community.