Donor Impact Report 2019 - Page 17

CE YOU MAKE powerful curiosity and extraordinary sense of on, Chip made friends wherever he went. Heide has ries from people everywhere about how her son helped wn here, Chip was the quintessential “student of life”— raveling the world with Heide, earning his Eagle Scout mming a tune while relaxing at the family cabin on erior, or just being an adorable, wide-eyed toddler. him as medical ysicians and had consulted didn’t recognize complexities of co-occurring rders. Yet ily practitioners care physicians on to not arning signs intervene d to educate and other family learned about Hazelden Betty Ford’s Summer Institute for Medical Students—an immersive, week-long educational program where future physicians shadow treatment clinicians and patients. By establishing a memorial scholarship fund in Chip’s name, Heide is equipping more medical students with the knowledge and skills to assess and address substance use disorders and educate family members. In this way, Chip’s life will help save countless other lives—just as he would want. und a lasting when she —