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The Great Plains Navigator Program aims to increase knowledge of the Health Insurance Exchanges and resources, and assist uninsured American Indians living in He Sapa Catchment counties and urban Rapid City to navigate the Health Insurance Exchanges and enroll. The outreach area includes Oglala, Rosebud, and Cheyenne River Sioux tribal communities. Certified Navigators will conduct public education activities to raise awareness about the FFE; provide 1:1 assistance to consumers in facilitating selection of a QHP; provide information to consumers and ensure accessibility and usability of Navigator tools and functions, provide referrals to any applicable office of health insurance consumer assistance.
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In July of 2019, the Oyate Health Center opened its doors to patients. The Oyate Health Center is a tribally-owned and operated walk-in primary care clinic located in Rapid City, South Dakota. The facility is under the management of the Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board.
The Great Plains Tribal Epidemiology Center provides support to tribal nations across the Great Plains to help diagnose health disparities and the presence of diseases and disorders in our communities.
The Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board is dedicated to providing up to date and accurate information to help keep our communities safe.
The rates of sexually transmitted diseases have been increasing across Indian County and the United States. The Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board is committed to taking action and raising awareness about this epidemic that impacts so many of our relatives.
Violence against American Indian and Alaska Native women in the United States and Canada is a crisis. The Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board is committed to taking action and raising awareness about this epidemic that impacts so many of our relatives.