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[KSTP-TV News, August 21, 2021]   Dealing with back-to-school anxiety
August 21, 2021
[WCCO Radio, June 24, 2021]   Allina Health helping LGBTQ youth manage their emotions and stress
June 24, 2021
[WCCO-TV, October 20, 2020]   hite Bear Lake High School teacher Shannon Riebow talked with WCCO-TV about Change to Chill
October 20, 2020
[KSTP TV, September 28, 2020]   Change to Chill offers students free online tools and techniques to address stress and anxiety
September 28, 2020
[WCCO-TV, May 10, 2020]   There's no question that the COVID-19 pandemic is adding stress to our daily live. But how we deal with it depends on each individual. Learn more.
May 10, 2020
[Owatonna People's Press, May 01, 2020]   The use of Allina Health’s Change to Chill and Health Powered Kids websites has increased dramatically since Minnesota schools were closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The free sites provide tools for teens to manage stress and lessons for younger children on nutrition, physical fitness and mind-body balance.
May 01, 2020
[KDWA Radio, February 07, 2020]   Allina Health's Change to Chill program is making a difference at Hasting High School. Kim Hoff, a Hastings High counselor, Simon Hedin, a Hastings High School student and Change to Chill intern, and Susan Nygaard, manager, Community Health Improvement at Allina Health, were interviewed on KDWA about how Change to Chill is working at Hastings High school.
February 07, 2020
[Monticello Times, November 29, 2019]   Monticello HS students Kaia Loberg & Jacob Keller have seen first hand how stress can affect their peers when finals can impact the mental wellbeing.
November 29, 2019
[KARE 11, November 06, 2019]   Stress is a part of everyday life, but when it gets too bad it can really interfere with everyday things you need to do. For University of Minnesota students, the YMCA there is using techniques and tools from Allina Health's Change to Chill program.
November 06, 2019
[Quad Community Press, November 05, 2019]   The percentage of ninth grade students who reported that they had mental health concerns lasting six months or more increased from 12.5% in 2013 to 17.3% in 2016 and 23.1% in 2019. The percentage of 11th graders who said they seriously considered suicide in the past year increased from 9.7% in 2013 to 12% in 2016 and 13.3% in 2019.
November 05, 2019