Medicine cabinet safety

National Medicine Abuse Awareness – week 2

It's nice to share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailPrintMedicine Cabinet Safety Create a Medicine Action Plan. Be sure you’re using and storing medicines safely in your home. #PreventRxAbuse http://bit.ly/2db5zve Cleaning out your cabinet? Safely dispose of unused or expired prescription and non-prescription medications at the Drug Drop Box located in the Lobby at the Kanabec County Jail open 24/7/365. Click here […]

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Graduation Party Do’s and Don’ts

It's nice to share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailPrintSpring is a great time for celebration!  Whether you and your teen are planning a graduation party, attending a graduation party or will be out-of-town and leaving your teens alone, there are several tips for a safe and fun time for all .  Planning  a Party:  Plan your party in advance and create […]

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Parents, Educate Yourselves About Drugs

It's nice to share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailPrintBoise Police Alcohol Compliance Officer Jermaine Galloway speaks to a wide range of audiences about the latest trends in drug use. He spoke to police officers at the Toward Zero Death Conference in St. Cloud, MN on November 15, 2013. In an article and video published by Idaho Statesman, he speaks to parents. […]

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Drug, alcohol survey headed to parents

It's nice to share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailPrintIn the next few weeks 800 households in Kanabec County will be receiving a survey from Invitation Health Institute (IHI) asking parents of 7th-12th grade students their opinions about alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use among youth.  To learn more about this collaborative efforts with the Mora and Ogilvie School Districts and the Substance […]

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The results are in! Kanabec County Fair SpeakOut

It's nice to share…FacebookTwitterGoogle+emailPrintIf you found Public Health’s booth at the Kanabec County Fair, you likely also found the following two questions: 1) Adults…Are you aware of the Social Host law in Mora and Kanabec County? and 2) Adults…Would you utilize a drop box to dispose of your unused medications if available in Kanabec County? […]

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