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Meeting planned to discuss daycare shortage, solutions

Just about any working parent in this region can tell you - there is a severe shortage of licensed day care providers in St. Louis County. The situation is about to become worse with the recently announced closing of a large daycare center in Duluth. Parents of infants and toddlers face the biggest challenge to find affordable daycare.

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Meeting planned to discuss daycare shortage, solutions

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Meeting planned to discuss daycare shortage, solutions

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Meeting planned to discuss daycare shortage, solutions

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Youth in Action students donate backpacks and supplies for children in foster care

Students in the Youth in Action program donated 40 backpacks and pillows to St. Louis County Children and Family Services to give to children in foster care. Each backpack was filled with a variety of age appropriate supplies, with the goal of providing comfort during a difficult time.

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Crisis Text Line now available

In crisis? Know someone who is? Crisis Text Line can help: text MN to 741741.

Get connected with a counselor who will help defuse the crisis and connect the texter to local resources.

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County Board presents Public Health Achievement Awards

Heather Hemphill Keely and "The Rutabaga Project" are this year's honorees for demonstrating high achievement in promoting healthy communities in St Louis County.

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Special awards, activities planned for National Public Health Week

The role of Public Health nurses and educators is continually changing as they identify needs and work to help both individuals one-on-one, and larger groups to create community- or system-wide change.

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Workshop planned on Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) for children with autism

Among the challenges faced by parents and caregivers of children with autism is ensuring the student is receiving specialized education and accommodations to help learn. 

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Public forum on opioids at South Ridge School

The forum is March 19, and is free and open to the public. It will include information about opioids, training on use of Naloxone (Narcan) to help someone who is overdosing, and a chance to safely dispose of unused medication.

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