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 South Dakota Voices for Children
The South Dakota Network Against Family Violence and Sexual Assault
are pleased to announce their Memorandum of Understanding relationship.  To better serve the children and families of South Dakota, these two statewide nonprofit agencies have entered into a MOU to work together. Voices staff have moved into the offices of The Network to collaborate and network with service providers statewide, to share resources and build sustainable foundations for South Dakota children and families. 

 With limited financial resources in South Dakota, 

we want to build on successes and face challenges together.

 Join Voices & The Network for an Open House on

November 11, 2014

4PM to 7PM

to learn more about the exciting things happening at Voices


 
Congratulations to Detective Shelli Slattery
who was given the "Advocate in Action Award" for 2014!
The award was part of the Take Back the Night Event sponsored by the
Minnehaha County Family Violence Council  and held in Sioux Falls on October 7th.  
Detective Slattery is part of the Grants to Encourage Arrest project of The Network.
 
 
 

 
 The Network would like to thank the C.J. 'Del' and Alene Delbridge Family Endowment through the Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation for their generous grant to assist victims with emergency service needs such as bus tickets and gas cards to relocate to safety, hotel/motel stays, etc.
 

 
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH ACTIVITIES
 
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
November 1st, 2014
Flandreau
 12pm to 3pm
Click on link below for more information
 
 

 
LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAININGS
 
North Sioux City 
October 30, 2014
9AM to 4PM 
 
Reciprocity in Pierre
January 7, 2015
8AM to Noon
 
Reciprocity in Pierre
April 8, 2015
8AM to Noon 
 
 
 

 
 
 


 

 

 
 


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