Join us for the Lower Sioux Indian Community’s Powwow 2K walk and 5K run on Saturday, June 10th at the Powwow grounds! Race is free of charge and includes t-shirt while supplies last! Where: Meet at picnic shelter at Powwow grounds When: Saturday, June 10th Registration begins at 7:30 am 5K race begins at 8:00 […]
Lower Sioux Health Care Center Flu Clinic Now Open! Available Dates and Times are as follows: October 3rd- […]
Reconnect. Reclaim. Restore. Bring your whole family to the Kick-Off Event for Native Strong: Healthy Kids, Healthy Futures Making the Healthy Choice the Easy Choice in the Lower Sioux Indian Community Full traditional dinner provided Youth activity Interactive presentation from Native communities and their food sovereignty work When: Tuesday, March 29th from 5:30 p.m.- 7:30 […]
Beginning January 1st, 2016, the Lower Sioux Elder Nutrition Program is pleased to announce a new program offering support for eligible elder caregivers. Please read the information below for additional programming eligibility and services. Eligibility Requirements for Title VI C Services Section 302(a)(3) – Family caregiver* means an adult family member, or another individual, who […]
Attention to all Lower Sioux Community Members: The 2016 health insurance cards will be available for pick up during the Clinic Open House for Community members on Thursday, December 10th from 4:30 p.m.- 7:30 p.m. at the Lower Sioux Health Care Center. Each community member is required to sign for their insurance cards due to […]
The Lower Sioux Community would like to welcome the public to our Lower Sioux Health Care Center Open House on December 17th!
Lower Sioux Community Member’s and their families are invited to the Lower Sioux Health Care Center Open House December 10th! Light Refreshments will be available.
Construction of the Wozani Lower Sioux Clinic has begun! Official Groundbreaking was held on June 10th, 2015. The clinic construction is scheduled to be completed in November, 2015. Thank you to all who attended. Stay tuned for further updates. Pictured above from left: Tribal Councilman Robert Larsen Jr, Tribal Councilman Earl Pendleton, Dr. […]
The Lower Sioux Indian Community; in partnership with the American Indian Cancer Foundation (AICAF), is starting a community Health and Human Services Advisory Committee. The advisory committee is being started to serve the areas of Health, Social Services and Woniya Kini. The Lower Sioux HHS Advisory Committee roles and responsibilities include: Providing input towards […]