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Opioid Response Program Seeks Lakota and Dakota Language Translators

RAPID CITY –The Great Plains Tribal Opioid Response program is preparing to release a third edition of its animated prevention series. It seeks Lakota and Dakota language speakers to help translate the material into both Lakota and Dakota. Skyhawk Reborn and Bravefox, the first two releases in this series, covered…

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Wo’ohitike Collaborative to host Healthy Relationships Training

Rapid City – Across Indian Country, a need exists to improve access to family-oriented health services. A new initiative from the Great Plains Tribal Leaders’ Health Board will help Native American families do just that. The Wo’ohitike Collaborative, a new initiative from the Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board, intends…

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New Oyate Health Center Opens Feb 6, 2023

RAPID CITY – The new Oyate Health Center is near completion and will begin hosting patients on February 6, 2023, according to the Great Plains Tribal Leaders’ Health Board. The Health Board manages the facility on behalf of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, and the Rosebud Sioux…

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Community Round Dance Planned

RAPID CITY– The Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board, in partnership with multiple Native American organizations from around the Black Hills Area, has organized a unique community event to celebrate the lives of loved ones lost in recent years. For the better part of the past year, the Great Plains…

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Calling all Beaders, Quilters, Painters… Artwork Needed for new Oyate Health Center

RAPID CITY — In early November, the Great Plains Tribal Leaders’ Health Board and the Oyate Health Center submitted proposals for artwork to be displayed in the new facility. The deadline for one of these proposals has been extended to midnight on January 9, 2023. Across the new Oyate…

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