Making A Difference
Prepare U has expanded throughout the country due to the many voices that have shared how this program has positively impacted their lives. We are humbled by the authenticity and stories that administrators, students, and families have shared with the world.
We get to the root of problems, so that we can grow together
Former Principal Pat Watson experienced 5 suicides in his district and lifted his entire community with the help of Prepare U. He is now Superintendent of Bloomfield Hills.
Genevieve was dealing with a lot in her personal life and Prepare U gave her tools, hope, and a greater connection with her family members.
Cole's friend was suicidal and he was able to help support him in his greatest time of need. Prepare U gave him the push to do it.
Ryan learned how to better process his grief after losing his family member. He was also able to help a friend that was struggling.
Jai’el’s graduating class experienced more trauma than any school should ever have to deal with. Prepare U gave her hope that new students will never have to experience these tragedies moving forward.
Coach Garrison has single handedly taken over 1500 kids through Prepare U. He is a hero and he doesn't even know it.
Asst. Principal Eric Pierce has transformed the conversation with parents when it comes to student mental health and wellness.
Salvador was moved by the Prepare U experience. He connected with his classmates in ways that were never available prior.
Nickolas laughed off the lessons he learned at first, but later shocked himself when he realized after the program was over and he was using the tools he learned to better cope with frustrating people in his life.
Farrah knows that Prepare U worked for her and she was able to help others because of the program
Jeremy was used to coaching kids on the basketball court and quickly learned through the Prepare U experience he was able to connect not only at a greater level with the kids in the classroom, but as a father too.
Principal Stier realized that something was occurring in his school that he couldn’t really put his finger on. Prepare U created a culture of empathy and openness that he knows has saved lives.
Cameron lost his uncle, a war vet, to suicide. Prepare U helped him understand and process his grief so that he can live a more meaningful life and to better cope with adversity in the future.