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Spring 2021 Issue of “The TurningPointCT Collection”

The Spring 2021 issue of “The TurningPointCT.org Collection” explores the concept of “Growing Through What We Go Through.” A year spent in the pandemic has challenged us all in unique ways. With the turn of the season we have the opportunity to dethaw, take a moment to reflect upon all of the ways we have grown through this adversity and turn our focus towards the fresh start and hope that Spring offers. We want to hear from YOU about your experience of the COVID-19 Pandemic and how you continue to cope. 

Want to get involved? 

  • Take the CT Teen & Young Adult Mental Health in COVID Survey to have your personal experience represented in our data.
    •  “What I am Still Learning”
      • Describe the ways you have grown since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Think about things you have been able to do that you wouldn’t have ordinarily, ways you have overcome personal struggles, etc.)
      • What are you still learning?
    • “Growing Through It”
      • Submit a work of creativity that focuses and explores the concept of “Growing Through” the challenges faced during COVID and 2020.

What is “The TurningPointCT Collection”?

“The TurningPointCT.org Collection” is a seasonally released online publication made BY and FOR teens and young adults in Connecticut! The e-publication feature’s writing, personal stories, art, collages, photography, doodles, music, prose, poetry, and everything in between that focuses and explores a central, topical theme that helps to promote mental wellness. For more information, check out “The TurningPointCT.org Collection’s” Winter 2020 issue

Interested in getting involved with the production of the seasonal release of “The TurningPointCT Collection”? Email Ella (emoore@positivedirections.org)

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