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Friday

Suicide Prevention Training Session

Location: 725 N Lacrosse St Rapid City, SD 725 N Lacrosse St, Rapid City

Please join us this Friday 4/28/2023 as we discuss suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention. Share your story and listen to others Guest Speaker: Staci Hunter Location: Oyate Building 725 N Lacrosse street Time: 5:00pm-6:00pm Light refreshments will be served.

Monday

Wotakuye Omniciye: Cherishing Those Around Us Through Kinship Gathering

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An event every month that begins at 5:00 pm on day Last of the month, repeating until Mon. December 18, 2023

Location: 725 N Lacrosse St Rapid City, SD 725 N Lacrosse St, Rapid City

We Humbly invite you to join our monthly Wotakuye Omniciye. The purpose of this meeting is to start the He Sapa Oyate Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Postvention (SPIP) Strategic Action Plan. Food will be provided For qustions contact Kahomy-Souksavath-Weston 605-721-0328

Monday

Wotakuye Omniciye: Cherishing Those Around Us Through Kinship Gathering

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An event every month that begins at 5:00 pm on day Last of the month, repeating until Mon. December 18, 2023

Location: 725 N Lacrosse St Rapid City, SD 725 N Lacrosse St, Rapid City

We Humbly invite you to join our monthly Wotakuye Omniciye. The purpose of this meeting is to start the He Sapa Oyate Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Postvention (SPIP) Strategic Action Plan. Food will be provided For qustions contact Kahomy-Souksavath-Weston 605-721-0328

Wednesday

1st Annual Maternal & Child Health Symposium

Location: The Rushmore Hotel 445 Mount Rushmore RD, Rapid City

Join us for our 1st Annual Maternal & Child Health Symposium 5/31/23-6/1/23 Featuring Guest Spearkers Norma Rendon and Sharon Fool Bear ALL Are Welcome. Click the link in the comments to register for FREE now! or for mor information Contact Sunshine Oines @605-721-1922

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Tuesday

QPR Training

Location: Renewal Church (Old Chuckee Cheese) 30 Knollwood Dr, Rapid City

Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich maneuver help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help

Monday

Regional Tribal Emergency Managment Summit

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An event every day that begins at 8:30 am, happening 2 times

Location: Best Western Ramkota Hotel 2111 N Lacrosse St, Rapid City

All Tribal Emergency Managers and personnel engaged in emergency response for Tribes across ND, SD, NE, and IA are invited to join Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board and Partnerships with Native Americans for our 1st Annual EM Summit. Featuring local, national, and regional speakers and panelists on these topics: - Training, Engaging, and Deploying CERT Teams in Tribal Communities - FEMA Emergency Management Training Opportunities - Community-Level Emergency Preparedness Assessments - Hazard Mitigation Planning - Web EOC access, optimization,...

free
Tuesday

Regional Tribal Emergency Managment Summit

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An event every day that begins at 8:30 am, happening 2 times

Location: Best Western Ramkota Hotel 2111 N Lacrosse St, Rapid City

All Tribal Emergency Managers and personnel engaged in emergency response for Tribes across ND, SD, NE, and IA are invited to join Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board and Partnerships with Native Americans for our 1st Annual EM Summit. Featuring local, national, and regional speakers and panelists on these topics: - Training, Engaging, and Deploying CERT Teams in Tribal Communities - FEMA Emergency Management Training Opportunities - Community-Level Emergency Preparedness Assessments - Hazard Mitigation Planning - Web EOC access, optimization,...

free
Monday

Wotakuye Omniciye: Cherishing Those Around Us Through Kinship Gathering

|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every month that begins at 5:00 pm on day Last of the month, repeating until Mon. December 18, 2023

Location: 725 N Lacrosse St Rapid City, SD 725 N Lacrosse St, Rapid City

We Humbly invite you to join our monthly Wotakuye Omniciye. The purpose of this meeting is to start the He Sapa Oyate Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Postvention (SPIP) Strategic Action Plan. Food will be provided For qustions contact Kahomy-Souksavath-Weston 605-721-0328

Monday

Wotakuye Omniciye: Cherishing Those Around Us Through Kinship Gathering

|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every month that begins at 5:00 pm on day Last of the month, repeating until Mon. December 18, 2023

Location: 725 N Lacrosse St Rapid City, SD 725 N Lacrosse St, Rapid City

We Humbly invite you to join our monthly Wotakuye Omniciye. The purpose of this meeting is to start the He Sapa Oyate Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Postvention (SPIP) Strategic Action Plan. Food will be provided For qustions contact Kahomy-Souksavath-Weston 605-721-0328

Monday

Wotakuye Omniciye: Cherishing Those Around Us Through Kinship Gathering

|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every month that begins at 5:00 pm on day Last of the month, repeating until Mon. December 18, 2023

Location: 725 N Lacrosse St Rapid City, SD 725 N Lacrosse St, Rapid City

We Humbly invite you to join our monthly Wotakuye Omniciye. The purpose of this meeting is to start the He Sapa Oyate Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Postvention (SPIP) Strategic Action Plan. Food will be provided For qustions contact Kahomy-Souksavath-Weston 605-721-0328

Monday

Wotakuye Omniciye: Cherishing Those Around Us Through Kinship Gathering

|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every month that begins at 5:00 pm on day Last of the month, repeating until Mon. December 18, 2023

Location: 725 N Lacrosse St Rapid City, SD 725 N Lacrosse St, Rapid City

We Humbly invite you to join our monthly Wotakuye Omniciye. The purpose of this meeting is to start the He Sapa Oyate Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Postvention (SPIP) Strategic Action Plan. Food will be provided For qustions contact Kahomy-Souksavath-Weston 605-721-0328

Monday

Wotakuye Omniciye: Cherishing Those Around Us Through Kinship Gathering

|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every month that begins at 5:00 pm on day Last of the month, repeating until Mon. December 18, 2023

Location: 725 N Lacrosse St Rapid City, SD 725 N Lacrosse St, Rapid City

We Humbly invite you to join our monthly Wotakuye Omniciye. The purpose of this meeting is to start the He Sapa Oyate Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Postvention (SPIP) Strategic Action Plan. Food will be provided For qustions contact Kahomy-Souksavath-Weston 605-721-0328

Tuesday
Monday

Wotakuye Omniciye: Cherishing Those Around Us Through Kinship Gathering

|Recurring Events (See all)

An event every month that begins at 5:00 pm on day Last of the month, repeating until Mon. December 18, 2023

Location: 725 N Lacrosse St Rapid City, SD 725 N Lacrosse St, Rapid City

We Humbly invite you to join our monthly Wotakuye Omniciye. The purpose of this meeting is to start the He Sapa Oyate Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Postvention (SPIP) Strategic Action Plan. Food will be provided For qustions contact Kahomy-Souksavath-Weston 605-721-0328

Saturday

Healing with Horses: Presented by Great Plains Tribal Opioid Response

Location: Thunderhorse Stables 3315 S Valley Dr, Rapid City

Horses and Positive Thoughts Equine healing involves therapeutic interaction between humans and horses, utilizing the innate sensitivity and gentle nature of these majestic animals. Through activities such as grooming, groundwork, and guided interaction, it aims to promote emotional growth, build trust, and facilitate personal development. This practice fosters a unique bond that can aid in reducing stress, anxiety, and emotional barriers, fostering a sense of calm, empowerment, and self-discovery.

Tuesday

Historical Trauma and Unresolved Grief Circle

Location: oyate health center 3200 Canyon Lake D, Rapid City

The Historical Trauma and Unresolved Grief (HTUG) group addresses and explores the cumulative effects of current and historical trauma, grief, and loss within the collective American Indian experience. The group will run for 12 weeks and includes 4 major components: confronting historical trauma and embracing our history understanding trauma releasing our pain transcending the trauma Tools used include psychoeducation on the traumatic aspects of American Indian history and how it affects American Indians. Small group processing with opportunity for catharsis...

Thursday

Positive Indian Parenting Group

The Positive Indian Parenting curriculum goal is to help Indian parents explore the values and attitudes expressed in traditional Indian child rearing practices and then apply those values to modern parenting skills. This includes oral tradition, storytelling, the spiritual nature of child rearing and the role of extended family. Another goal is to help parents develop positive and satisfying attitudes, values and skills that have roots in their cultural heritage. Promoting the growth and wellbeing of the Indian child through...