1st Annual Alluma Night Set for May 19th in Crookston

1st Annual Alluma Night Set for May 19th in Crookston

May 10, 2022 Access Health News -- KRJB-KRJM-KKCQ 0

Crookston, MN — Alluma, formerly known as the Northwestern Mental Health Center, welcomes all throughout the region to their 1st Annual Alluma Night on Thursday, May 19th at the University of Minnesota Crookston campus. Michelle Adolphsen of Alluma joined the Access Health program this weekend to talk more about the inaugural event. She says the event is a celebration of the first year under the new moniker and their 60th year of providing mental health services to the region.

Alluma Night is intended to be family-friendly space to experience different ways to heal, cope, and care for your mental health. Some of the activities lined up for the event include meditation and mindfulness, reflexology, community art project, mental health screenings, community resources, and even food trucks, according to Adolphsen.

Adolphsen reminds folks that mental health impacts everyone, therefore everyone is encouraged to attend their Alluma Night.

The 1st Annual Alluma Night is scheduled to run from 4:30pm to 8:30pm at the University of Minnesota-Crookston campus mall and Student Center. Transportation will be available in Crookston city limits via T.H.E. Bus during the event. Please call 1-800-201-3432 at least a day in advance to schedule your ride.

Listen to the full interview with Michelle Adolphsen from the Access Health Program below: