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Our Mission

We Provide World-Class, Hope-Centered Resources for the following:

Assessment of Hope in Children & Teens 

Youth Hope Workshops

Assessment of Hope & Hopelessness in Adults

Assessment of Hope in the Workplace 

Assessment of Hope in Prisons 

Hope-Centered Program Evaluation & Development

Training In Hope Assessment & Interventions

Hope-Centered Research Collaborations 
Featuring our Comprehensive M.A.S.S. Approach to Hope 
 
  • Mastery
  • Attachment
  • Survival 
  • Spirituality 

Meet our Team of Hope Providers

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Anthony Scioli, Ph.D. President and Research Co-Director

JoAnn Stevelos, M.P.H. Vice President for Schools & Healthcare Accounts 

Raza Abbas, B.A., B.S.

Vice President for

Corporate Accounts 

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Steven V. D. Heuvel, Ph.D.

Vice President for

Religious & Spiritually-

Centered Accounts; 
Research Co-Director

Overview of our Resources

Adult Hope Assessment

  • State Hope Scale

    (Current Hope)

  • Transformative Hope

    (Crisis Point)

  • Trait Hope

    (Hopefulness)

  • Hopelessness Scale   

Child & Youth Hope Assessment and Intervention

  • Child/Youth Hope
    Scale

     

  • Standard Teen Hope
    Workshop

     

  • Hip Hope Teen  Workshop

Assessment of
Work Environment
Hopefulness

The Workplace
Environment Hope Scale is used to assess the extent to which a workplace environment fosters the four cardinal elements of hope: attachment, survival, mastery, and spirituality

Assessment of
Prison Environment
Hopefulness

The Prison Environment Hope Scale is used to assess the extent to which a prison environment fosters the four cardinal elements of hope: attachment, survival, mastery, and spirituality.

OUR PARTNERS
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In Education

MC2 Charter School
Keene, New Hampshire, USA

In Peace-Building

Never Again Rwanda
Rwanda, Africa

In Ending Poverty

Word and Deed
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

TESTIMONIALS

Your approach to hope is so inclusive!  I cannot think of a single human being that I have ever met who is excluded.

Nicole McConico

Doctoral Student 

Bloomberg School of Public Health

Johns Hopkins University