Community health improvement initiatives

At Allina Health, we're involved in improving the health of the communities we serve not only in medical settings, but wherever people live, learn and work. We support these and other efforts:
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Change to ChillTM

Change to Chill is a free online resource for teens to help them get perspective on things that matter, achieve balance and stress less. There is so much pressure for teens to be their best in school, at home, online, during after-school activities and in their social lives. Change to Chill allows them to watch, listen and learn about stress and its triggers, meditation, ways to focus and easy ways to chill and recharge.

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Health Powered Kids™

This program provides schools and families fun, easy-to-use information about health and wellness. And, it empowers children and teens to make healthy choices about what to eat, how to stay active and manage stress.

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Heart Safe Communities

Sudden cardiac arrest can happen anywhere, at anytime, to anyone. And it's almost always fatal. Allina Health works with communities to help them become safer places to live, work and play by reducing the number of deaths and disabilities from sudden cardiac arrest.

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The Heart of New Ulm Project

This 10-year initiative designed to reduce, and eventually eliminate, heart attacks in New Ulm, Minnesota, began in 2009. Anyone who lives in the 56073 zip code can participate by being screened for health risks and learning how improve them.

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Roots for the Home Team

Allina Health has teamed up with Minnesota United to support Roots for the Home Team to increase access to healthy food while supporting youth workforce development opportunities. Roots for the Home Team uses the power of food, community, and entrepreneurship to empower youth, with focus on young people who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Color and LGBTQ+.