Answered By: Missy Williams
Last Updated: Feb 03, 2022     Views: 8

Project THRIVE

Project THRIVE provides free mental health services to eligible Delaware students. Services are available to students – grades pre-k through 12 – attending Delaware public schools, private schools, parochial schools and homeschools.

Project THRIVE services help students who are struggling with traumatic situations, such as physical or emotional abuse, community violence, racism, bullying, and more. Trauma can harm mental and physical health, and limit school success. The Delaware Department of Education (DDOE) developed Project THRIVE to help children receive trauma-informed support from their schools, communities and caregivers.

Project THRIVE services help students

  • Process and understand traumatic situations
  • Attend school regularly
  • Better control emotions and behaviors
  • Develop coping skills for managing stress at home and school

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Learn More

Tools to help students, school staff, practice coping and resilience. For questions, contact Delaware.THRIVE@doe.k12.de.us.

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