Thank you for checking out our work and for your interest in teaching hope! Our ability to created, maintain, and grow hope impacts all aspects of our lives, our relationships, and humanity as a whole. All of the Hopeful Minds materials are no cost, so please share with anyone that may be interested in learning these critical skills that are necessary for all globally. Our hope curriculum can be used at home, in the classroom, in church, in after-school programs, or wherever you interact with youth.
Hopeful Minds meets the CDC National Health Education Standards (NHES), as well as state-specific Social and Emotional Learning Standards (SEL) and anti-bullying guidelines. Hopeful Minds is trauma informed, and aims to reduce the impact of inequality and discrimination. Other countries may find these guidelines incredibly useful when viewing/teaching the curriculum, as they can be universally applied.