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Health Webinar

The Oyate Teca Project is a program promoting the wellbeing of families through culture, education, recreation, and health programs. With large community gardens, farmers market, and new community center the Oyate Teca Project is a vital and functioning program that serves more than 700 Oglala Lakota youth and families. Join us to learn how the Oyate Teca Project serves it’s community and provides fresh produce, education, and physical activity opportunities year round. Presented by: Rose Fraser, Executive Director


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


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.


Cante Skuya Community Feed & Round Dance

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

Join us on February 10th for the Cante Skuya Community Feed & Round Dance, presented by the Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board. 🌟 Immerse yourself in a celebration of community, culture, and connection. Enjoy a delightful feast and embrace the spirit of unity through the traditional Round Dance. Let's come together to share stories, laughter, and the richness of our heritage. Save the date and be part of this unforgettable evening!


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...


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...


Cancer Survivors Support Circle

Location: Oyate Ta Kola Cu Community Center Kyle

The Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board is proud to launch the Cancer Survivors Support Circle! This incredible initiative offers a safe space for cancer survivors to share their journeys, find strength, and receive support within our community. Join us as we heal together. 🤝💕