Priority Health, a national nonprofit health benefits company, introduced Priority Pups as part of its health equity initiative, Priority Health for Good. In partnership with Canines For Change, this new program aims to address mental health issues among Michigan college students. The Muskegon Public School District is the first to welcome Scout, a pet goldendoodle, with four more highly trained working dogs to be placed in other school districts across the state in the coming months. With more than 50% of Michigan parents expressing ongoing concern about their children’s mental health, this program comes at an opportune time. Praveen Thadani, President of Priority Health, recognizes the importance of education in providing children with the essential tools for a fulfilling life, personal growth and contribution to the community. By partnering with schools, the program seeks to make a concrete difference in the mental well-being of Michigan students and improve the overall learning experience for students and teachers. For more details about this program, please refer to the given link.

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