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OJJDP Blog Discusses Youth Mentoring During Coronavirus Pandemic

OJJDP has posted a new blog discussing OJJDP's efforts to support youth mentoring programs during the COVID-19 crisis. The blog highlights examples of how OJJDP's mentoring partners and grantees, including MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership and OJJDP's National Mentoring Resource Center, are providing resources and tips to help mentoring programs nationwide continue during this crisis including a large-scale virtual mentoring platform. The blog also highlights the Boys & Girls Clubs and Big Brothers Big Sisters' critical response to the coronavirus. In addition, OJJDP will be increasing its webinars while continuing to offer resources to dedicated staff and volunteers providing mentoring services.


Date Created: April 16, 2020