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YOUTH RESILIENCE

What is Youth Resilience?

Resilience is the capacity to withstand or recover quickly from challenges, change, illness or difficult circumstances.  Youth Resilience has never been more important and can be supported by parents, caregivers, and local professionals, all working together to build every child's resilience. Learn more here about skills and resources to support the children in your life.

The RMPBS KIDS Youth Resilience project launched from an award-winning PSA in 2020. Learn more here.

RMPBS KIDS has also developed a Youth Resilience Social Media Toolkit for community partners. If you would like to access the toolkit, please fill out this form to receive the toolkit via email.

Resources

Youth Resilience Supported by:

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Contact your Pediatrician or Family Doctor. There are also Mental Health Centers Near You:

Youth Resilience Insights and Messages

Rocky Mountain PBSYouth Resilience PSA: CyberStrong
Rocky Mountain PBSYouth Resilience PSA: Mesa County Valley School District 51
Rocky Mountain PBSYouth Resilience PSA: The Tennyson Center
Rocky Mountain PBSYouth Resilience: The Jefferson Center
Rocky Mountain PBSYouth Resilience PSA: Western Colorado Community Foundation
Rocky Mountain PBSYouth Resilience PSA: The Kempe Center
Rocky Mountain PBSYouth Resilience: North Range Behavioral Health

Related PBS KIDS Resources

PBS KIDSArthur | It's OK to Be Worried | PBS KIDS

Arthur, Buster, and Francine are each feeling nervous today, but with Mr. Ratburn’s help them learn about different ways they can calm themselves down when they’re feeling anxious. #PBSKIDS #Arthur #Feelings

Watch and play more videos and games at https://pbskids.org or download the *FREE* PBS KIDS Video and Games app at https://pbskids.org/apps/

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