While I understand and fully support programs that help poor kids learn to cope with stress and manage their emotions, I believe we should help all kids who have these challenges regardless of income level. Just because kids have access to more money/resources doesn't mean they don't need help, too. In fact, many of the kids we see who commit suicide or acts of violence aren't from impoverished areas--they are middle class or wealthy kids. I look forward to the day when we take the time to discover what each child needs—regardless of race, gender, socio-economic background—and then work to provide that for him or her. It's not right to say "all poor kids need this" or "all black students need that." Let's treat each person as the individual they are.