The Chill Project at Baldwin High School has allowed mental health services to reach all students at the high school. The Chill Project is a thoughtful, mindfulness-informed, and comprehensive transformation of the school culture. Since it's soft opening at the beginning of the school year, the center has welcomed more than 5,000 encounters, helping students with diverse issues—including anxiety, peer issues, and exam apprehension. WESA radio recently highlighted the good being done by The Chill Project. See their coverage here and watch for an upcoming segment in WPXI's Proud to be from Pittsburgh series.
The Chill Project Reaches Students with Skills for Emotional Well-being