Tilly’s Life Center

Below is an overview of the Tilly’s Life Center and their offerings.


Tilly’s Life Center (TLC) takes a proactive and preventive approach to the growing social and emotional crises affecting teens today. Our curriculum assists teens in developing confidence, learning compassion, and acquiring the skills needed to make difficult decisions when they need it most.

In response to the COVID-19 mandated distance learning, TLC has adapted our onsite program to a highly interactive live virtual experience. TLC has already integrated virtual classes into many of our partnered high schools and youth organizations across Southern California, with great success. And when schools do return to in-person learning, we’ll train you to facilitate the program as you return to campus.

We’re excited to include our trainings for teachers and for teens in the RESET Toolbox.

Who It’s For:

  • Teachers
  • Middle School Students
  • High School Students


Social and Emotional Learning – “I Am Me” Virtual Program Lessons 1-25


Intended Audience: High School Students, Teachers
Duration: 13 weeks of two courses per week or 25 weeks if one course per week
Available in languages: English

Schools are facing new challenges as they pivot to a distance learning model. Let TLC be part of YOUR solution! We provide a highly interactive-live SEL program, taught by our trained facilitators. Our program is easily implemented into your virtual platform to provide students with a venue that allows them to connect with classmates and mentors in a safe and meaningful environment.

Train the Trainer for SEL Curriculum – “I Am Me” Program Training the Trainer


Intended Audience: Teachers
Duration: 3 months (one phase of 2 day trainings per month)
Available in languages: English

Teach Tilly’s Life Center in your classroom! TLC is a comprehensive solution. Through engaging curriculum, supportive instruction and personal attention, those teaching TLC aim to guide and mentor adolescents to improve emotional competence, self- regulation and social-emotional skills.

If you believe that you or a loved one is currently at high-risk, call 911 or immediately transport them to a hospital. Do not attempt to access emergency mental health care through this website.

Funded by the Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA), Behavioral Health Services, Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

Take a Tour of the RESET Toolbox – a collection of trainings and resources to build resilience Sign up now!