Partnership for Resilience

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Our History

Resilient Non-Profit

With the work that the Partnership For Resilience dedicated using the TQP grant, they soon received interest from the south suburban community of Illinois as well as the greater nation. This soon led to the partnership becoming incorporated as an Illinois non-profit organization.

Partnership For Resilience

Starting as the Southland Education and Health Initiative, the partnership continued to expand and grow. Partnership For Resilience now encompassed not only the Southland Initiative but also included Resilient Southern Illinois and Springfield Initiative. By this point, it was clear to the partners that they were making progress in addressing the deep needs of the community.

Important Research

Five partner organizations and three school districts used grant funding from Governor State’s Teacher Quality Partnership (TQP) to conduct research on ways to improved three key themes: Wellness and Primary Care, Trauma and Behavioral Health, and Family and Community Engagement.

A Chance Conversation

Two siblings, experts in their own right, discover that they are searching for solutions to very similar problems. Audrey and David Soglin come together to use their individual expertise's to collectively solve their problems.