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Emotional Resiliency Pathway

Helping people navigate emotional trauma and stress to increase their ability to cope with adversity and plan for a better future.


Emotional resiliency is one’s ability to respond to traumatic, stressful, and challenging situations. This involves the ability to cope with circumstances and the ability to plan for future resolutions.

Any kind of trauma including the inability to meet basic needs tears down the capacity to respond to stress and adversity. Further, growing up in poverty disrupts early childhood brain development and learning, leading to an inability to develop the emotional resilience necessary to overcome poverty in adulthood.

Our emotional resiliency programs help connect clients to mental health services and specialized coaching to help them develop the ability to cope and to plan.

0 clients served on the pathway in 2022


Counseling referrals and opportunities including individualized services for veteran and refugee clients

Long-term case management that incorporates clinically-informed coaching techniques and social support building strategies

Refugee mental health program to target the unique needs of refugee clients