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In the Media | 04.10.23

Can After-School Programs Help Children Recover From the Pandemic?

In an Ed Surge article, The Adler University partnership with After School Matters is highlighted as one of many growing programs across the U.S. and Canada looking to support students after the pandemic. Through the partnership, ASM and Adler are able to provide free individual counseling for youth participants; access to telehealth services; workshops on mental health awareness, grief, loss, intergenerational trauma and healing; and trainings for instructors to identify youth mental health needs. This is just one of many growing programs across the U.S. and Canada looking to support students after the pandemic.

 

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