South Dakotans don’t let fellow South Dakotans fall through the cracks when it comes to gaining vital, life-changing services.
Those turning to BHSSC’s Health and Human Services division include people with disabilities – or physical limitations due to aging – who find their lives improved by assistive technology, www.dakotalink.net.
Young people with disabilities know BHSSC’s Health and Human Services for its guidance in helping them transition from high school to adulthood and professional life. Visit www.tslp.org for more information.
All South Dakotans have seen and heard BHSSC’s Health and Human Services’ anti-smoking campaigns, and information about screening for colorectal cancer. And Health and Human Services is helping people reduce their dependence on public benefits through improved employability through our Benefits Specialist Network, www.bsnsd.org. Ask a question and receive one-on-one guidance by connecting on our Benefits Specialist Facebook page: www.facebook.com/SDBenefitsSpecialistNetwork/
Always evolving to meet changing needs, BHSSC’s Health and Human Services division applies top-caliber expertise and true innovation in tackling some of life’s most complex challenges.
Participants enroll in job specific training, GED preparation classes, adult basic education, English-as-a-Second Language instruction, computer and keyboarding classes, alternative high school learning, and the National Farmworker Jobs Program. They can experience community education, gain National Career Readiness Certification and career counseling, and test for professional certification and licensure.