High suicide rate in South Dakota

Sat Feb 15 22:18:24 PST 2020

High suicide rate in South Dakota

High suicide rate in South Dakota

SDCF provides immediate response on GMBH

Stephanie Judson President and CEO, South Dakota Community Foundation SD Community Foundation is SDs only statewide public foundation. SDCF staff and board jumped in to respond to issues resulting from the coronavirus crisis. Two prong response: Coronavirus Response Fund provides financial support to statewide nonprofits providing services across the state. Feeding South Dakota Salvation Army South Dakota Lutheran Social Services of South Dakota Meals on Wheels Helpline Center 211 CSA (Community Savings Accounts) Matching Grant Program 80 CSAs across South Dakota SDCF partners with local CSA leaders to identify ways to help in their individual communities Examples: makeSPACE Spearfish sewing masks to support medical workers in the Black Hills (Monument Health, VA) Provide assistance to stock food pantries to meet increased need Provide assistance to purchase food and supplies for backpack programs Requests coming in daily from the CSAs Working with donors that utilize Donor Advised Funds to meet their charitable goals providing vital information necessary for them to make decisions based on community and statewide needs

A breezy and warm Monday forecast

Red flag warnings are in place for portions of the Black Hills with winds and dry air. Meteorologist Ethan Emery has an updated forecast in this exclusive webcast!

Nurse sews face masks

A local nurse is making good use of a hobby to sew together masks for health care workers.

Cleaning service sees fewer residential clients

Due to COVID-19, plenty of businesses have temporarily closed their doors or found a new way to bring the products to their customers. But how does that work when it comes to cleaning services?

Elections bumped until June

Elections before the state primary will be pushed back because of COVID-19

Corp looks for Rapid City company to assist build hospitals

Their goal is to identify facilities that could act as make-shift hospitals in the event COVID-19 overwhelms the traditional health care system.

 

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