State Resilience Program

As outlined on the U.S. Army Medical Department’s website, resilience is the “…ability to grow and thrive in the face of challenges and bounce back from adversity”. Resilience plays an active role in the everyday life of every Service Member, Family Member, Supporter and Child of the Colorado National Guard. Please review the content of this page to view resources associated with increasing and maintaining your resilience!

Have you ever considered becoming a Master Resilience Trainer?

If you are looking to become a Master Resilience Trainer (MRT) for your unit, have questions about becoming or enhancing your resilience, or would like support in your Resilience training program, please feel free to contact the Resilience Team to get more information! If you are interested in the training opportunities for Service Members, please view the 2014 Resilience Training Schedule for prerequisites and course dates:

Is there Local Resilience Training for Families?

Yes! Specially trained members of the Family Assistance Specialist team are here to provide training to Families and Family Readiness Groups, whether in a one-on-one or group setting. Please see the Family Assistance Specialist team page by clicking here for more information or to schedule a training.

Global Assessment Tool for Spouses

GAT 2.0 is for spouses too! The Global Assessment Tool (GAT 2.0) is a confidential self-assessment tool that tells you how to improve your overall health and well-being. By knowing yourself, you can stay emotionally and psychologically strong for yourself and your family. Take the GAT 2.0 here on ArmyFit


Resilience Team Contact

State Resilience Coordinator
CPT Alexander Perin
Centennial, CO
Office: 720-250-1413
alexander.c.perin.mil@mail.mil

View these resources for Service Members

  View these resources for Family Members and Supporters