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ZAM Schools Program Mission 

For more information, please contact: 

Director of ZAM's Schools Program

Mark Nolan

About Mark Nolan


Supporting grieving Elementary school students by 

 giving them effective intervention tools. 



Zam Schools Project is a grief program that focus on mental wellness for grieving students. We provide the students self-paced grief work books that can help them learn:


  • How to cope with loss

  • Address difficult emotions

The books will give Teachers, Counselors, and Administrators materials to provide their students in need as an effective intervention and tool for support!








2014 - 2020 

Development, publishing, testing.

The family version of the ZAM grief story & workbooks 

has been donated to families with grieving children ages 3 - 12.



Funding & selecting "development team members"



January 2021

"Introduction Workshop for development members"

Project begins


April 2021

Graphic team updating books and website.

Develop PR/Media strategy ​


May 2021

Printing books and materials 


May 2021

Train the professionals" online workshop. Introducing the concept to involved professionals.

Books are distributed to selected schools.

June 2021

Launching the project in the media


July 2021

Core team attending National Conventions

Oct 2021:

Follow up workshop with development team - evaluation



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