Resources and information for Covid-19 guidelines, assistance, and vaccinations. The Lake Park Audubon School District is constantly monitoring the spread of Covid-19 in our community and making the best decisions for our students and staff.
We all want to keep students in the classroom, active in sports, and to be able to enjoy prom and graduation. One way to accomplish that, with your help, is to get them vaccinated. We can make a difference in COVID-19 disease and its transmission.
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Resources for Families
Bills and creditors
Information for help from creditors and bills due to loss of income due to Covid-19
When you call your creditors, mortgage lenders, utilities, etc. asking for help due to loss of income, if you just say you've lost work, income, jobs, show cancellations, whatever, they can't help you. Once you say "I have no income due to the Coronavirus," that's the keyword they need to hear to be able to enact their new policies, defer payments, halt late fees, etc. And, apparently, they can't coach you to say it. You have to say it yourself.
Mental health resources
Local Crisis Hotline - 218.850.HELP (4357) or 877.380.3621
Becker County Human Services - 218.847.5628
Emergency assistance, community health, WIC, childrens' and adult mental health and child protection.
Lakes Crisis and Resource Center - 218.847.7446
Rural MN CEP - 218.846.7400
Questions on unemployment applications.
Prairie St. John's - 701.476.7200
Mental health assessment and emergency services.
Lakeland Mental Health Center - 218.847.1676
Becker County's community mental health clinic.
District mental health personnel
Lisa McLeod - LPA School Social Worker - 218.204.0494 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Jamie Nelson - LPA School Counselor - 218.325.0754 ext. 1081 or email@example.com
Zach Priddy - Stellher Human Services Mental Health Professional - firstname.lastname@example.org
What Does Social Distancing Mean?
Social distancing is the practice of reducing close contact between people to slow the spread of infections or diseases like the coronavirus (COVID-19). Social distancing measures include limiting large groups of people coming together, close buildings, and cancelling events.
Safe To Do
Crowded Retail Stores
Workouts in Gyms
Visitors in Your House
Non-essential Workers in Your House
Mass Transit Systems
Visiting a Grocery Store
Getting Take Out
Picking Up Medications
Visiting the Library
Take a Walk
Go for a Hike
Play in Your Yard
Clean Out a Closet
Read a Good Book
Listen to Music
Cook a Meal
Family Game Night
Go for a Drive
Group Video Chats
Stream a Favorite Show
Check on a Friend
Check on Elderly Neighbor