Youth Resiliency Programs

Finding Hope in Healing

Our Youth Resiliency Program supports kindergarten through college-age youth experiencing different types of loss including the death of a loved one, divorce and abandonment. We use age appropriate activities to help participants reframe loss so they are better able to navigate the grieving process and reconnect with their confidence going forward.

This program helps children K-12 find hope and healing by: Helping them communicate their grief in a safe and comfortable setting, giving them the opportunity to connect with peers who have experienced similar loss, and helping build self-esteem and self awareness through creative expression and physical activities.

We work with individuals and also facilitate support groups within the schools. We work with the schools and the community when there has been the death of a student or child.

For more information about our Youth Resiliency Program, please call 970-871-7628 in Routt County and 970-871-7682 in Moffat County.

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