Natural Helpers Program returns to Cheyenne River
Natural Helpers Program returns to Cheyenne River Natural Helpers participants and their advisors attend a weekend retreat for training and building relationships. “Natural Helpers is a really good program,” said LeNae, Outreach Coordinator at Cheyenne River Indian Outreach. “I am really excited to partner with the school district to provide this resource to high school…Read More
Is Cheyenne River Indian Outreach an accredited organization?
Is Cheyenne River Indian Outreach an accredited organization? Staff at the Child Services Center meets standards for supervision, safety and nutrition while enjoying activities like grilling out with students. Thanks to your generous support, Cheyenne River Indian Outreach is able to help an average of nearly 400 Native American women and children each year. Because…Read More
How are your New Year’s resolutions coming?
How are your New Year’s resolutions coming? Pillows, sheets and blankets are an essential part of our daily work in our domestic violence shelter. At Cheyenne River Indian Outreach, we are grateful to be able to accept nearly any gift that comes our way. You see, in our women’s shelter and in our youth center,…Read More
Special Needs for Christmas and the New Year
Special Needs for Christmas and the New Year Playing outside is fun if you have warm clothes! We work hard to provide a safe, welcoming place for children and families to heal. People often ask what kinds of items we need the most, but the answer is simple — we need what you need. Things…Read More
New Leadership at Cheyenne River Indian Outreach
New Leadership at Cheyenne River Indian Outreach Greg Fisher, new Director of Cheyenne River Indian Outreach, has worked as a chemical dependency counselor on the Cheyenne River Reservation since 1993. With the exception of his college years, Greg Fisher has lived his entire life in Faith, South Dakota. Just 53 miles west of Eagle Butte,…Read More
Offering hope, one simple need at a time
Offering hope, one simple need at a time When Susan* woke up, it took her a moment to remember where she was … after a panicked second she remembered that she was safe, her son and daughter sleeping on either side of her, safe at last … Susan needed help last night — in the…Read More
Special Needs for Lakota (Sioux) Families
Special Needs for Lakota (Sioux) Families Wopila tanka — many thanks — for your generosity! Cheyenne River Indian Outreach (CRIO) gratefully accepts a variety of household items to be used for our shelters and to help women establish a safe home of their own. Immediate Needs: Microwave for the shelter Disposable diapers in all sizes…Read More
A New way to give!
A New way to give! Helping women and children escape violence just got easier! Cheyenne River Indian Outreach (CRIO) is pleased to announce donations can now be accepted online, safely and securely! Thanks to a company called BlueFin, you can even set up a recurring or automatic monthly donation to help Lakota (Sioux) families on…Read More