The Adolescent Intervention Development (A.I.D) provides an evidenced based and trauma-informed curriculum to students of Hamilton County grades 5-12 that have been identified by school, juvenile court, and other referral sources as needing additional support. The goal is to help students self assess what factors in their lives are the most likely triggers that are causing them to steer away from a path to success. Tools are provided in the curriculum to address the triggers effectively and to help the students make choices toward a path to resilience. The program uses such tools as the ACE survey and Hope scale to assess the students to address the specific needs of each student. Along with the students being helped, the A.I.D program will also offer a Parent Toolbox series that gives parents an insight into how trauma impacts the brain of the developing brain as well as give them tools that mirror the curriculum in order to further enhance the rate of success. Parents will have at their disposal multiple tools meant to address trauma, oppositional/ defiant behaviors, and other topics such as how to face substance abuse, conversations regarding gang activity, bullying, and anger.