The Resilience Project is an innovative school- and community-based initiative designed to promote the mental health and well-being of adolescents. It provides support to students, parents, educators, counselors and communities through collaboration with school personnel, customized educational programming and improved access to treatment resources.
The primary aim of The Resilience Project is to support the development of good mental health in children and adolescents through close collaboration with both parents and schools.
The Resilience Project offers services and diverse programming for schools, parents, children and adolescents to help support the emotional well-being of youth and families.
We offer a growing list of helpful resources, including information on development, healthy families, recommended books and where to turn for more serious mental health concerns.