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View the flipbook here Located in east-central South Dakota in the heart of the state’s Glacial Lakes and Prairie’s region, Huron rests along the beautiful James River in an area steeped in natural history.

Institute Conference for Native American nonprofit professionals, tribal leaders and anyone interested in Native nonprofits, business and philanthropy. During the project, First Nations and NUIFC will work directly with as many as nine urban American Indian and/or Alaska Native nonprofits to help them improve their capacity and leadership skills through customized technical assistance and training.

The project’s goal is to support new and expanded activities in urban American Indian environments with the goal of improving opportunities that can be attained in all Native American urban communities.

If you suspect sexual abuse, see the Help and Support section of the Website. has developed a warning signs tip sheet to help identify possible warning signs.

Any one sign does not mean that a child was sexually abused, but the presence of several suggests that you begin asking questions and consider seeking help.

Behavior you may see in a child or adolescent: All of the warning signs listed above are general indicators of sexual abuse in children.

Many children do not actually disclose what happened; it is up to attentive adults to recognize hints.

Historically, First Nations has worked with rural and reservation-based Native communities, so it partnered with NUIFC in order to bring the significant strengths of both organizations to the effort.

We widely publicize each year's conference, which is usually held in September or October. The project targets the 78% of American Indians/Alaska Natives who live off reservation, according to Census Bureau data.

Pursuant to SDCL 16-2-29.6, effective March 31, 2006, the UJS will use an electronic statewide database to provide public access to judgment docket information in civil cases in which money judgments have issued from South Dakota state courts.

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