The Brain-Behavior Connection to Rehabilitation: Understanding Symptoms and Treatment from a Biological Perspective
Coming to Black Hills Works, June 5! Dr. Mary D. Moller, Associate Professor at the Yale Uniersity School of Nursing will describe the neurobiological basis of psychiatric symptoms and the use of psychiatric medications in easy-to-understand language.
In a snapshot
Black Hills Works in Rapid City, SD provides quality services and supports to people with disabilities. We serve over 600 individuals age 16 and older with various disabilities including learning and developmental disabilities, visual and hearing impairments, head trauma, chronic mental illness, physical impairments, and others. Throughout vocational training and Employment Resources, we also provide our business customers with business solutions and a dependable work force.
Services and Supports
Black Hills Works, Rapid City, SD, provides quality services and supports to people with disabilities so they can work toward reaching their potential and living the lives they choose. We work to develop options for each person who, in turn, selects services on his or her needs and desires.
For Job Seekers
Call our job line at 605-343-4581 for current openings or apply on line. To learn more about what particular, positions entail, see our video gallery. Learn more on our career opportunities page.
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The first ever Tom Miller Advocacy Award was presented to Holly Anderson of ACHIEVE Human Services Inc.
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