Project Harmony (www.projectharmony.com) has been named a finalist in the Children and Youth Resilience Challenge. This prestigious challenge recognizes innovative, community-led solutions that promote resilience in children and youth, advancing mental health and well-being while reducing the risk of negative mental health outcomes. Project Harmony is dedicated to advancing equity for underserved communities. Check out all the finalists and their creative solutions at www.hhs.gov/blog/2023/08/28/hhs-announces-350000-innovative-community-led-solutions-promote-resilience-children-youth.html.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) awarded 14 finalists, out of over 500 submissions, $25,000 each for their community led solutions promoting resilience in children and adolescents. The overwhelming number of submissions outlining amazing ideas was one of the largest in Challenge.gov’s history. Project Harmony is proud to have become a finalist among so many other great organizations.
Project Harmony is boldly focused on ending the cycle of child abuse and neglect in our community. They have reimagined how communities can come together by leveraging resources to respond to, treat and ultimately prevent child abuse. To find out more about Project Harmony, visit www.projectharmony.com or call (402) 595-1326.