Members of the learning community will be able to contribute to the development of an innovative approach focused on TAY.
TAY are a particularly vulnerable population. As they transition from child-serving to adult-serving systems, they face many difficult choices that they often have to make with limited information or support. KEY is designed to help young people, ages 16-24, gain information to make informed decisions about stress and coping, relationships, school and work, mental and physical health and substance use.
KEY was previously field tested in 2015 and has been revised to be more consistent with trauma-informed and resilience building principles.