Allina Health’s Change to Chill partners with Cambridge-Isanti High School

[Isanti County News, September 12, 2018] Allina Health’s teen mental well-being program, Change to Chill, is partnering with a select group of area high schools that will receive hands-on support from Allina Health to implement Change to Chill. The partnership will foster school-wide efforts toward creating and nurturing a culture of mental well-being among students and staff. The Partnership kicks off with Chill Week, Sept. 10-14, and includes Cambridge-Isanti High School.

“When teens have the resources and support to stress less, they are more resilient and able to live fuller and happier lives,” said Susan Nygaard, manager of Allina Health’s Community Health Improvement. “Change to Chill works as a preventive measure to equip teens with tools and resources to better manage stress and anxiety.”

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