The resilience & well-being program for youth
Road to Happiness
Because we believe that
- We can prepare students to thrive in the 21st century
- Resilience is something we train – not have
- We can make a difference, we ACT
…we have developed the Road to Happiness Program.
For young people 16-29
A project with and for young people, working together to meet their needs. Learn new tools, strategies and self-regulation to increase your resilience and wellbeing.
Workshops, exchanges and a digital app (mid 2024). Learn at your own pace, connect with others.
All year long
Languages: LU, DE, EN, FR
For youth workers and teachers
A training program for youth workers and teachers in Luxembourg to learn how to work with youth on resilience and wellbeing.
Learn about the different modules and design your personalized program for your community.
Once a year (next one 2024)
Languages: LU, DE, EN
Our journey over the years – Program development
2021: Pilot project in Italy, 8 countries, 40 young people
2020: Researching the topic of mental health & resilience in youth
2022: „Road to Happiness“ project in Luxembourg with the LTPES and youth house Rumelange
2023: „Happiness for You(th)“ – Training for youth worker & professors
Youth voices from the project in Italy
Meet Kyra – our ambassador
Wondering how youth from Luxembourg is experiencing it?
Kyra is an educator in training from Luxembourg who has joined the program since the pilot in Italy.
Get another insight what the program is about and how it has impacted her.
Benefits for Life
Improved self-confidence & self-awareness. Decision on continuation of education / vocational training
Increased mental health of young people. Easier transitions from school / university to work.
Resilient and Empowered. Higher income. Improved mental health. Reliable network of alumni
You can contribute
If you are a school, you might be interested in running a pilot project for your students on your premises.
If you are a company or an institution, you might be interested in financing a part of the project.
If you believe this project should be available to young people, please share the details of the project with your network.