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The Ampersand

At the heart of the Lost&Found name is a shorthand replacement of the word “and”: & – an ampersand.

For our team, the ampersand represents the short distance between feeling lost and reaching the hope found in community.

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Lost&Found’s Panel Discussion on the Future of Mental Health: VIDEO and TRANSCRIPT

This is a transcript of a conversation with four mental health leaders from around the state of South Dakota discussing the future of mental health and suicide prevention efforts for young adults 14-35. In the conversation are Sheri Nelson, Helpline Center; Tosa Two heart, Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board; Angela Drake, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention – South Dakota Chapter; and Amber Reints, Avera Behavioral Health. It was moderated by Nathan Hofer.

Lost&Found Day Proclamation

Lost&Found Day Proclamation Sioux Falls Mayor Paul TenHaken has proclaimed September 3, 2020, Lost&Found Day. Here is the text of that proclamation:   Office of the MayorCity of Sioux FallsProclamation  WHEREAS, the City of Sioux Falls, in the state of...

Supporting the mental health of BIPOC

BIPOC Mental Health Month is a tremendous opportunity to elevate the mental health needs of Black, Indigenous, and Persons of Color in our communities. At the same time, if 2020 has shown us anything, we have a long way to go toward building systems, policies, and programs that give every person in our country a fair chance at mental health.

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