The Pee Dee Resiliency Project is a community-based partnership for students and their families to prevent or cope with and recover from adversity [or to address emotional and behavioral challenges that interfere with a student’s success]. With schools serving as the gateway to community support and services, the project will focus on increasing understanding of adversity, updating school policies to better support students and their families, and improving school connections to community resources. By supporting student well-being, the project will encourage positive child behaviors and academic achievement, reduce child maltreatment and exposure to other toxic stressors, increase family well-being and achievement, promote quality caregiving, and ensure that children live in safe and supportive neighborhoods. The Pee Dee Resiliency Project is an innovative partnership between BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina Foundation, an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Assocation; Children’s Trust of South Carolina; South Carolina Department of Mental Health; University of South Carolina School Behavioral Health Team; and Pee Dee Mental Health Center.