Routes to Resilience
Building stronger, more resilient school communities
Routes to Resilience is our prevention-based social and emotional learning program for all K-12 students. It seeks to prepare students and educators to navigate adversity and loss in their daily lives – today and in the future.
Routes to Resilience is a 5-week program that can be delivered virtually or in person. It is meant to be delivered in the classroom setting as part of an existing health or social and emotional learning program. Routes to Resilience includes a curriculum with educator scripts, group activities, student worksheets, and accompanying parent home modules.
Our Routes to Resilience Program is designed to meet these goals:
We empower students to navigate through loss and adversity:
"The Routes to Resilience program helps support our students to become more resilient in their lives, cope with stress, and make good decisions. Good Grief has been flexible with us in terms of shaping the curriculum to our school's needs, being responsive to our questions and helping us trouble shoot along the way. Our counselors report that that they have never had a better professional development opportunity than working with Good Grief."
– Director of Counseling, Hopewell Valley Regional School District
"It was an amazing experience. The training was to the point and the information was easy to understand. This has given me confidence in delivering this program to my students."
– School Social Worker