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[Savage Pacer, October 16, 2019]   Burnsville High School senior Katie Fritz felt overwhelmed by stress when she took a job after school last year. She worried about her grades and struggled to find time to calm her mind in between class, work and extracurricular activities.
October 16, 2019
[KDWA-AM, September 16, 2019]   For the 2019-2020 school year, Allina Health’s Change to Chill (CTC) School Partnership has expanded to include16 new area high schools, in addition to providing continued support to schools that participated in the Partnership last year. “Allina Health, through its CTC program, is helping teens manage stress, improve their mental well-being and build resiliency,” Susan Nygaard, Allina Health’s Manager of Community Health Improvement told KDWA Radio in Hastings.
September 16, 2019
[Mpls.St.Paul Magazine, July 19, 2019]   The need for adolescent mental health programming emerged during Allina's Community Health Needs Assessment giving shape to the Change to Chill program.
July 19, 2019
[MPR News, May 15, 2019]   This week, Minnesota Sen. Tina Smith spoke publicly for the first time about living with depression.
May 15, 2019
[Northfield News, April 26, 2019]   Seventy percent of teenagers say anxiety & depression are major problems among peers. Northfield HS has been selected to participate in Change to Chill.
April 26, 2019
[Sun Focus, March 15, 2019]   Change to Chill, Allina Health’s award-winning mental well-being program, offers free training sessions to share the program’s techniques more widely.
March 15, 2019
[River Falls Journal, September 21, 2018]   River Falls High School was one of nine area high schools chosen to be part of Allina's new " Change to Chill " school partnership for mental wellbeing.
September 21, 2018
[CCX Media, September 14, 2018]   High school can be a stress minefield. For the 2018-2019 school year, Change to Chill is partnering with nine select schools to turn the tide of stress.
September 14, 2018
[KSTP TV, September 12, 2018]   A new Allina Health program, Change To Chill, is helping students in Minnesota and Wisconsin manage their stress. This year, nine high schools participated.
September 12, 2018
[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.
September 12, 2018