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8/18-/8/19 | IN-PERSON | Summit on Building Crisis Response Continuum in our Communities
The Unified Judicial System, in conjunction with several partner organizations, will be hosting a statewide conference about mental health crisis intervention. The purpose of the conference is to help communities develop a local action plan for a regional approach for mental health crisis response through the identification of existing resources, determining how to incorporate future resources, and increasing local communication and collaboration. The intended audience includes a variety of stakeholders, such as law enforcement, community mental health centers, mental health providers, county officials, Board of Mental Illness chairs, and state legislators.
The conference is scheduled for August 18 and 19 at Arrowwood Resort in Oacoma. Registration for this conference is free, but previous registration is required.
In order to be successful in today’s health care environment, managing performance at a traditional cost center level and calculating costs using manual methodologies just will not cut it. Join us to see how Cleveland Clinic is using more data driven methodologies to not only help create more accurate cost information but also how it can help feed your financial plan and help your organization move to a performance-based culture.
8/25 | 11am CT | Supporting Parents After the Death of a Child
We will review how to be a meaningful source of support to parents who are experiencing the death of a child and how those involved in the early phases of the loss can avoid adding trauma to an already traumatic event. We will review some commonalities in parental grief to help listeners better understand the depth and spectrum of a bereaved parent’s experience of grief. We will review bereavement resources that are available across South Dakota.
Families and communities commonly recognize major events or transitions based on their cultural background. These pivotal traditions and ceremonies are part of the cultural legacy passed down for generations and may provide an opportunity for a deeper level of self-reflection and healing.
Tribal health staff will provide an overview of South Dakota Urban Indian Health’s holistic care approach which promotes cultural awareness and incorporates valued elements and traditions.
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