Resilient Futures seeks to foster equitable, safe, resilient communities for all youth. In our school settings, we accomplish this through the implementation of the HEARTS (Healthy Environments and Response to Trauma in Schools) program. HEARTS aims to promote school success for trauma-impacted children and youth by creating more trauma-informed, safe, supportive, engaging, and equitable learning and teaching environments that foster resilience and wellness for everyone in the school community, students and adults alike. HEARTS is largely aimed at school climate and culture change through building capacity of school personnel around implementing trauma-informed practices, procedures, and policies. Specifically, HEARTS aims to increase instructional time and decrease time spent on disciplinary actions. In addition to HEARTS, Resilient Futures provides other opportunities for training and consultation to best meet a school’s needs.