The Raising Highly Capable Kids program, the cornerstone of RezilientKidz's efforts, has now reached over 40,000 parents nationwide, equipping them with the tools and resources needed to raise resilient, successful children.
Raising Highly Capable Kids started in Santa Ana, California - a city plagued with drugs, gangs, abuse, and poverty. When the program began, change followed.

Asset 11: Family Boundaries Asset 2: Positive Family Communication

Lots of parents see the new year as a time they can help make a shift in their family, and they’re right! The new year is the perfect chance to take a look at your parenting and see if there are changes you might like to make.

Asset 14: Adult Role Models Asset 2: Positive Family Communication Asset 20: Time at Home

Around Thanksgiving, many of us turn our minds to what we are grateful for, and for parents and caregivers, that often leads us to ask a few questions.
You are not alone. Raising young people takes a group effort and everyone—parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, teachers, friends, clergy, coaches—play an important role. There are people, places, and resources everyone can turn to when help is needed to support young people.

Asset 40: Positive View of Personal Future

Research shows that young people who are optimistic about the future have better relationships with their parents, increased self-esteem, and decreased emotional or behavioral problems, such as depression, early sexual activity, and violence.

Asset 39: Sense of Purpose

When young people think today about what they want to accomplish in their lives, it shapes their sense of purpose. Each and every young person has something unique to offer the world.

Asset 38: Self-Esteem

Teach young people the values and actions that will build genuine self-esteem, including caring, giving, treating others with kindness and tolerance, and always doing your best in school and other activities.