The Resilience Challenge will award prizes to innovative, community-led solutions that:
Promote resilience and advance mental health and well-being
Reduce the risk for negative mental health outcomes among children and youth
Promote positive strategies and solutions that help children and youth thrive
Identify and elevate promising practices that promote culturally and linguistically responsive protective factors
The Resilience Challenge will include a proposal phase and a pilot phase for selected finalists. The 14 Phase 1 finalists will receive $25,000 each in the fall of 2023. One grand prize winner will receive $300,000 and up to two runners-up will receive $175,000 each in the spring of 2024.