About the Program Cultivating Trauma-Informed Educators Nationwide
Inspiring Educators to Engage in Wellness
Together with Alliance for a Healthier Generation and Discovery Education, Kaiser Permanente is expanding its Resilience in School Environments (RISE) initiative to offer a versatile series of no-cost virtual and onsite resources designed to foster greater social and emotional resiliency in schools.
Providing high-quality, affordable health care services and improving the health of members and their communities over 70 years. Kaiser Permanente is deeply invested in building healthier communities by improving conditions of health and equity for all.Learn more
Alliance for a Healthier Generation
The Alliance for a Healthier Generation reached more than 29 million children — empowering kids to develop lifelong healthy habits by ensuring the environments that surround them provide and promote good health.Learn more
University of California San Francisco HEARTS is an awarding-winning program that aims to promote school success for trauma-impacted children and youth by creating more trauma-informed, safe, supportive, engaging, and equitable learning and teaching environments that foster resilience and wellness for everyone in the school community, students and adults alike. Equity and social justice through cultural humility and responsiveness are central to our approach.Learn more
Discovery Education is the global leader in standards-aligned digital curriculum resources, engaging content, and professional learning for K-12 classrooms, through award-winning digital textbooks, multimedia resources, and the largest professional learning network of its kind.Learn more
Additional RISE Resources
The RISE Index and Healthier Generation Action Center provides tools, guidance, and training to help create healthier environments that empower kids to thrive. Access an assessment tool to gauge how well schools and districts are addressing social and emotional health.Learn more
The series of steps taken after a student has been identified as needing social-emotional or behavioral intervention.