The 4 What’s Next program is comprised of 5 learning modules and is delivered by one or more adult facilitators. Over the course of these modules, students will understand what distress looks like for them and develop or strengthen an internal locus of control related to their mental health and emotional wellbeing. They will gain skills for psychological resiliency such as self-advocacy, coping, and help-seeking and learn how to apply these skills to better manage conflict, time, and money as examples:
A standard license is just $500 and allows for unlimited use of the 4 What’s Next program for one year at a single implementation site. Some circumstances may require or qualify for a custom licensing fee.
The program is delivered by one or more adult facilitators who receive access to user-friendly preparation materials. Anyone, regardless of teaching experience or background knowledge of mental health can be a 4 What’s Next Facilitator. 4 What’s Next program facilitators will receive the following to aid in effective program delivery and assessment:
In response to the COVID-19 impact on schools and communities, multiple virtual implementation options were developed to make 4 What’s Next as accessible as possible when it’s needed most. Registered sites will have access to all implementation formats.