We believe the plan by the Indian Health Service to demolish and build new on the current site is ill-informed primarily because the site review process conducted by the IHS did not take into consideration the donation and development of the Shepherd’s Hill site. The IHS plan calls for the destruction or relocation of 26 … Read More about What can you do to help preserve Sioux San?
Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board (GPTCHB) is committed to the pursuit of every means that will serve to improve the health status of the tribes and their members. That is our mission and our expertise. You may have heard that GPTCHB prevailed in both Oglala Sioux Tribal Court and federal court in the attempt … Read More about Sioux San Update: Statement from GPTCHB CEO
Dear Friends and Colleagues, I attached the press release announcing IHS’s declination of our request to build at Shepard Hills, IHS’s map; (this is their document of the buildings they propose to tear down including 15 historic buildings). They plan to board up the main building after the new clinic is built which will be … Read More about Action to Preserve the Sioux San Campus & Expand our Services
Saturday November 10, 2018 Rapid City Community Learning Session Sioux San Legacy and Future Join us! Lunch will be provided. Best Western Ramkota Rushmore Room 2111 N. Lacrosse St. Rapid City, SD 57701 Presentations Our Legacy: History & Preservation of the Sioux San Campus with Heather Dawn Thompson, JD Our Present: Development Plan for the … Read More about Sioux San Legacy and Future
The Great Plains Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (GP-BCCEDP) is pleased to announce the RFP for Community Sub Contracts to implement Evidence Based Interventions. GP-BCCEDP is looking for community partners to take on this funding using creative approaches to increase breast and cervical cancer screening demand and rates in their service areas. GP-BCCEDP … Read More about Funding Available for Increasing Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Rates in your Community