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Services are also provided to victims of child sexual abuse and to adult survivors of child sexual abuse.Child Services is a licensed residential care facility for 16 youth ages 10 – 17 and provides group care, assessment services, crisis stabilization, respite care and community reintegration services for children and youth placed by state, tribal and Bureau of Indian Affairs child protective agencies.Sacred Heart Center is located on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation with a service area that covers over 4,707 square miles.Sacred Heart Center operates four primary programs, Family Violence Services, Child Services, Community Outreach and Bear Necessities Thrift Store.
Today most area residents are engaged in ranching and farming.
The original Clothesline Project began with 31 shirts hung in Hyannis, Massachusetts in October of 1990.
North Dakota had its first Clothesline Project display in 1995 at the Great Hall of the Capitol Building during the legislative session. The purpose of the Clothesline Project is: Silent Witness Exhibit The Silent Witness Exhibit is dedicated to further reducing violence against women and children.
The name Firesteel came from the English translation for the Lakota name for the creek. In 1929, a new dragline was purchased by Firesteel Coal Company, and mechanical stripping was made possible. The company's peak years were May 1941 to April 1942, when 51,743 tons of coal were sold.
The Lakota named the creek for the flint found on its banks, which they struck against a piece of steel to make fire. The first lots went for sale on September 4, 1912, with the highest lot selling for 0. In 1933, the State Relief Agency opened a new mine about 3/4 of a mile southwest of the town to provide more fuel for people struggling through the Great Depression. During this time, 30 truckers were paid 35 cents per ton to load and haul the coal from pits to the railcars.