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AHN Chill Project

AHN: The Chill Project

The Chill Project


The Chill Project uses mindfulness-based exercises to equip students, teachers, and parents with a common language and universal skills to identify, discuss, and react positively to stress.

School has always been a source of stress, whether you’re taking classes, teaching, or parenting a student. Negative reactions to stress create a significant barrier to learning and growth. The Chill Project features dedicated professionals, a calming space, and regular instruction to help every member of a school’s community better handle pressure and anxiety.

Chloe Scott

Chloe Scott

Behavioral Health Educator

Participating schools have experienced:


  • Reduced number of behavioral health incidents for students, like chronic absence, disruptive behavior, dropping out, and feelings of hopelessness.
  • Increased access to resources and sense of professional quality of life for educators and administrators as well as increased well-being for parents and caregivers.
  • Enhanced mindful awareness and resiliency across the school community.

Participants in the Chill Project have access to:


  • One-to-one counseling.
  • Support groups.
  • Medication management.
  • School-based outpatient services.
  • School-wide preventive services.
  • Professional development opportunities.
  • A social-emotional curriculum and classroom consultations.
  • Exercises and consultations specifically designed for student athletes.