The Student Curriculum on Resilience Education® (SCoRE®) was developed by 3-C Institute for Social Development, in cooperation with LEAD Pittsburgh, to help college students build and maintain their resilience and more effectively cope with the personal, social, and academic challenges of college life.
LEAD Pittsburgh, a nonprofit corporation, advocates for the recognition and acceptance of depression as a treatable medical condition and for the need to eliminate barriers to treatment. LEAD Pittsburgh addresses issues surrounding depression in a collaborative manner with the institutions in the community where change can be effected.
3-C Institute for Social Development (3-C ISD) creates and delivers evidence-based products and programs that promote positive social, emotional, and mental health. 3-C ISD is committed to developing tools and services that are supported by rigorous research and disseminated in a way that ensures direct benefits for children and families.