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The Trauma and Violence Prevention Initiative at Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board is Partnering with Shawn Spruce, Native American Financial Consultant, to bring the Building Native Communities Train the Trainer Course to the Great Plains Region. We are hosting an in-person 2.5-day course in Rapid City, SD, on March 16,17, and 18. This course will allow you to teach the Building Native Communities Curriculum to your clients, relatives, and partners.
This is a 2.5 Day Course
Day 1 - Thursday, March 16, 8:30 am - 5:00pm
Day 2- Friday, March 17, 8:30 am - 5:00pm
Day 3- Saturday, March 18, 8:30am- 12:00pm
As a trainer, you will be certified to teach the following subjects within the Building Native Communities Curriculum.
Follow the Link Below to Register NOW
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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.