Employer Initiative partners Raven Industries, Lloyd Companies, Jeff Scherschligt of Howalt McDowell, Pam Homan of the Sioux Falls School District, and Brian Leyland-Jones of Avera Health were included in the list of 15 individuals, organizations, and businesses to watch in 2015! We are honored to partner with such influential individuals and organizations!
Ten community organizations, including four in Minnesota and three each in North and South Dakota, have received Bush Prizes for their innovative and inclusive work.
The Bush Foundation awarded the prizes, which come with an unrestricted grant equal to 25 percent of the winning organization's prior budget, up to $500,000. The winners also get promotional support and materials.
Face It TOGETHER Sioux Falls has won a 2014 Bush Prize for Community Innovation. The prize is awarded by the Bush Foundation to organizations that have demonstrated a strong commitment to creative, innovative problem solving.
Employer Initiative Partner, Raven Industries, Makes 6 Balloons for Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade!
The city put in a plug for generosity Tuesday night by endorsing an agency that works to help people with addictions.
Mayor Mike Huether told the City Council that Dec. 2 will be Giving Tuesday Day and urged residents to give $5 to Face It Together Sioux Falls.
Sometimes, when Mark Berdahl thinks about his son Nathan, who died Oct. 17, 2005, of a prescription-drug overdose, he indulges in a few what-ifs.
What if he and Nathan’s mother had been stricter with Nathan? What if they had been more lenient? What if they hadn’t delayed a discussion urging Nathan to separate from his friends?
SIOUX FALLS - Addiction may be a dark and lonely place but getting help doesn't have to be.
KSFY News visited the recovery management center Face It Together.
Its new home in southwest Sioux Falls makes fighting addiction and getting better, brighter.
One of the most difficult moments you can face as a parent is learning that your child suffers from addiction. You’ve already experienced the sleepless nights, the fear in the pit of your stomach that something isn’t right with your child. You’ve held on to the hope that their behavior was a “teenage phase” or an issue that could be easily and quickly remedied.
People who overcome a substance use disorder have less than half the risk of those who do not overcome it of developing a new addiction, according to researchers at Columbia University.
Rodney Zimmers was 21 years old and 135 pounds when he got off heroin and cocaine for good. Three years later, he was still drug free but had ballooned to 250. He blames his weight gain on the high-calorie, high-sugar food served in rehabilitation.