Free Change to Chill training sessions scheduled

For more information, contact: Tim Burke, 651-409-3030

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. 1/22/2019  Change to Chill, Allina Health's award-winning mental well-being program, is now offering free training sessions to share the program's techniques more widely. Change to Chill works as a guide to help teens become more aware of the things that stress them out, and equip them with tools and resources to better manage stress and anxiety and live happier, more resilient lives. 

"As the Change to Chill program grows we are seeing an influx in requests for Change to Chill trainings to continue to serve our communities," said Susan Nygaard, manager of Allina Health's Community Health Improvement. "To address these requests we are hosting several training sessions around the region, open to the community and free of charge." 

The Change to Chill training sessions will: 
   • Provide educators and members of community with knowledge about teen stress;
   • Demonstrate ready-to-use lesson, DIY activities, athlete-specific content and the new Action Guide for Teens;
   • Provide educators and members of community with the skills to implement Change to Chill in a school or community setting and the knowledge to train others about various program components.

There is no cost to attend a training, but space is limited so you are asked to reserve a slot by registering here or visit and click on the green banner on the top of the home page.

Select from the following trainings when you register. All trainings will take place from 9am to 12 noon. 
Tuesday, Feb. 5 in New Ulm 
Friday, Feb 15 in Forest Lake
Wednesday, Feb. 20 in Plymouth 
Friday, Feb. 22 in Fridley
Thursday, Feb. 28 in Buffalo 
Friday, March 1 in Cottage Grove
Wednesday, March 6 in River Falls, WI
Friday, March 8 in Anoka 
Saturday, March 30 in Shakopee
Friday, April 5 in Apple Valley 
Saturday, April 6 in Lakeville

About Allina Health

Allina Health is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of illness and enhancing the greater health of individuals, families and communities throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin. A not-for-profit health care system, Allina Health cares for patients from beginning to end-of-life through its 90+ clinics, 11 hospitals, 15 retail pharmacies, specialty care centers and specialty medical services, home care, and emergency medical transportation services.

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