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Agreement for Assumption of Risk – Used for Mentees, Mentors, and SOS Members.
UWS Forms ~ Ropes Course
White Water Rafting Forms ~ Swiftwater Adventures
Cloquet Public Library:
320 14th Street,
Cloquet MN 55720 • 218.879.1531
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9:30am-7:30pm
Friday: 9:30am-5:30 pm
Saturdays (Saturday after Labor Day to Saturday before Memorial Day): 9:30am-2 pm
Drug & Alcohol
Alcohol Rehab Guide
Alcohol Rehab Guide is an organization that provides comprehensive, reliable information on the various aspects of alcohol abuse and addiction. We offer support and guidance for those who are struggling, as well as their parents, family members, friends, and community members. The World Health Organization estimated that approximately 3.3 million people die each year from alcohol abuse. Our goal is to provide helpful information to as many people as possible on alcohol abuse, addiction, and recovery options.
A free web resource that provides information about addiction and mental health issues
This site is focused on educating people on substance abuse treatment. The scariest thing is the unknown when it comes to the rehab process. We are focused on educating people on the whole treatment process: from selection, to what you can expect during treatment, to entering back into a healthy and more fulfilling life after the program ends.
Alcohol abuse is perhaps the oldest type of addiction. Even though newer types of drugs and addictions are making headlines, alcohol continues to be the most commonly abused substance. However, with the long history of abuse comes a long track record of successful treatment practices.
Addiction and Sleep Deprivation
Addiction and sleep share a problematic bidirectional relationship, where each influences the other. Many people treat sleep problems with drugs and alcohol, which can lead to addiction. People who are already addicted to drugs and alcohol undergo changes in their sleep architecture and sleep needs, forcing them to increasingly rely on their addiction in order to sleep. Once in recovery, one of the main reasons many people relapse is the discomfort and insomnia they experience, compounded by the long period of time it takes for the body to adjust back to normal sleep without drugs and alcohol.
In this guide we’ll explore the common sleep disorders associated with addiction, the cyclical relationship between addiction and sleep, and suggested resources and strategies for managing sleep during recovery.
The relationship between sleep and addiction
How do various substance addictions upset the body’s brain chemistry and disrupt the natural sleep rhythm? The answers vary. Each substance type has different characteristics, and affects an addicted person’s sleep in various ways. Sleep Help is a site devoted to spreading awareness of sleep health and wellness. Since many addicts in recovery will experience sleep problems like insomnia and fatigue, we put a guide together about how to deal with these issues without returning to substance abuse or resorting to habit-forming sedatives to get to sleep.
How To Prevent High School Students From Experimenting With Drugs And Alcohol
A troubling fact about teens’ experimentation with substances is that this early use can foster long-term use and addiction. For this reason, taking measures for early prevention are the key to deterring and reversing this ongoing trend. This guide would greatly benefit not only for students but for parents as well.
Please feel free to share this on your website or social media accounts for parents and other educators to use as a resource.
Our primary mission at Tuck is promoting sleep health awareness, and as part of that, we’ve created guides about the impact addictive substances can have on your ability to fall asleep and reach the restorative stages of deep sleep needed to live a healthy life.
Our Find A Center Near You technology uses the location of your computer, tablet, or cell phone to generate a listing of all the addiction treatment centers in your community. Treatment-centers.net is a community based public benefit website connecting people to the addiction resources they need. The resource is free to the public. We do not own or profit from any of the treatment centers listed in your community. Here is the link to our local treatment center locator: https://www.treatment-centers.
Resources for Single Mothers:
A site that helps financially disadvantaged families with finding assistance programs. The directory lists assistance programs that help with utility, energy, mortgage, rent, medication, education and medical bills.
“Raising Children on a Single of Fixed Income” (https://www.bankrate.com/
In it, you’ll find a breakdown of the costs of raising a child from infancy to adulthood. It also discusses how to build an appropriate budget to support these needs, and lists support systems to help provide aid for families in this situation. This resource is written by Bankrate.com, the trusted source of financial data for outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and CNBC.
Teen Café: Wednesdays @ 3:30 pm
Snacks, games, crafts for teens; For more information,
call 879-1531 – ask for Brenda
|U of M Extension
Carlton County Extension
PO Box 307
317 Chestnut Avenue
Carlton MN 55718-0307
(218) 384-3511 (phone)email@example.com
4-H Program Coordinator
(218) 384-3511 (phone)Renee Kostick
4-H Regional Educator
Cloquet Community Education and Recreation:
Cloquet Community Education:
Communities in Carlton County offer classes and activities through local Community Education
Pheasants Forever Youth Program:
Jay Cooke State Park
Phone: (218) 384-4610
Provides legal services for individuals over 60 years old or individuals with low income.
Carlton County Sexual & Domestic Abuse Program:
Available 24-hours a day. Provides information on support groups and help for victims of domestic and sexual abuse.
Domestic Abuse Project:
1-218-348-1817 Crisis Line
Carlton Youth Shelter:
Carlton County Communities Restorative Justice Program:
Carlton County Communities Restorative Justice Program
15 N. 11th Street
Cloquet, MN 55720
Carlton County Public Health & Human Services:
Public Health Department
Carlton County Financial & Health Care Assistance:
Family Social Services:
Carlton County Collaborative:
1313 Fairgrounds Rd.
PO Box 146
Two Harbors, MN 55616
Moose Lake Food Shelf
Basement of Joe Jitters Building
PO Box 128
Moose Lake, MN 55767
Tri-Community Food Shelf
5597 Hwy 210
Cromwell, MN 55726
Carlton County Thrift Stores:
Hwy 73 North
(R-Tech Insulation Building)
Good Will Industries
1102 Cloquet Ave
Cloquet, MN, 55720
Salvation Army Thrift Store
316 Carlton Ave
Cloquet, MN, 55720
Second Hand Store
917 Cloquet Ave
Cloquet, MN, 55720
620 Folz Blvd
Moose Lake, MN, 55767
Sunshine Closet Furniture
Moose Lake, MN, 55767