Outreach Programs

Outreach Programs

Community Education

At Cheyenne River Indian Outreach, we strongly believe in reaching out to the community. We strive to share knowledge and promote wellness. Our outreach team is available to present information to agencies, organizations, schools and the general public on a variety of topics.

Workshops, staff development trainings and Cheyenne River Indian Outreach program overviews are available at no cost.

Educational Programs Available

Age-appropriate presentations are scheduled at local schools covering topics like:

  • Anger management
  • Date rape
  • Domestic violence
  • Safety issues in the home

Teachers and others working with children can attend educational workshops concerning:

  • Signs of abuse, including neglect
  • Sensitivity training for behavioral issues caused by abuse or neglect

Speakers are available for presentations to any group or organization on the following topics:

  • Domestic violence
  • Sexual assault and harassment
  • Family violence
  • Dating violence
  • Bullying prevention
  • Health, hygiene and personal safety
  • Child abuse and neglect
  • Mandatory child abuse reporting requirements
  • Stress management
  • Suicide prevention

Additional Opportunities to Share

Promoting safety and education through distribution of printed materials to area health fairs and other events is another component to our outreach program.

Our staff is also active throughout the area on committees that plan, promote and provide educational and recreational opportunities to youth and their families.

Using newspaper and radio public service announcements are additional ways we reach out in an effort to educate the public and those who work specifically with victims of domestic violence.