ThriveWay: Impacting More Than 510,000 Students Nationwide

ThriveWay: Impacting More Than 510,000 Students Nationwide

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (February 6, 2024) - During this 2023-24 school year, ThriveWay, the nation's leading peer-to-peer prevention and support company, is set to serve more than 510,000 students nationwide. Through their Peer Helpers PLUS program, ThriveWay is dedicated to promoting youth mental health, teaching peer advocacy, and reducing student violence and suicide.

ThriveWay empowers students to succeed not only academically, but also socially and emotionally. Peer Helpers encourage students to recognize and resolve conflict, value diversity, and advocate for positive change and healthy choices.

Allison Moore, President of ThriveWay, expressed her excitement about the company's growth: "We couldn't be more excited to see the unbelievable growth that we've seen over the last few years. We know that with every new school district, there are potentially thousands of more lives that are touched by this amazing program."

The impact of ThriveWay's Peer Helpers PLUS program extends beyond the school setting, reaching even greater numbers than the 510,000 students directly involved. The program touches the lives of each student at these schools and these programs organize and participate in numerous community activities throughout the year, including toy drives, clothing drives for those in need, collection of items for retirement homes, and food drives.

To learn more about bringing the Peer Helpers PLUS program to your school, please visit

About ThriveWay: ThriveWay is the leading peer-to-peer prevention and support company in the nation, empowering students to be academically, socially and emotionally successful; to recognize and resolve conflict; to value diversity; and to be advocates for positive change and healthy choices. Through their evidence-based Peer Helpers PLUS program, they partner with schools to promote the mental health of youth, teach peer advocacy and reduce student violence and suicide. For more information visit