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We serve over 600 individuals age 16 and older with various disabilities.

Barb Heagy, 2015 Artist of the Year, to be honored at the Suzie Cappa Royal Tea

The Black Hills Works Foundation will be honoring Barb Heagy, the 2015 Artist of the Year at the annual Suzie Cappa Royal Tea on April 26, 1:30-4 p.m. at the Suzie Cappa Art Center (722 St. Joseph).  Barb's artwork is a delightful, intricate maze of shape and color.  She discovered her creativity working with stencils but soon started to create her own images.  Look closely as her artwork is full of surprises.  The more you examine her art, the more you will discover.  The proceeds from this event are designated for the Suzie Cappa Art Center.  For ticket information, contact Tara Wilcox at 605-718-6207. Tickets can also be purchased for $50 each through the following link:  Order tickets here

 

Creating Possibilities Conference

The Creating Possibilities Conference will be held May 18-19 at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology in Rapid City. Service providers and supporters of people with disabilities will find out how technology can be used to promote an independent and full life for the people they support. Attendees can anticipate hearing from leaders in the field, learning about best practices, and taking home practical solutions that are easily implemented. For more information contact Connie Melvin at 605-718-6289.  To sign up go to

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2015-creating-possibilities-conference-registration-tickets-15729050012

 

Golf FORE a Cause tournament scheduled for July 20th

The Black Hills Works Foundation is hosting its annual golf tournament, Golf FORE a Cause, on July 20th from 11 am to 6 pm at Red Rocks Golf Club.  Register a team of 4 to play in a scramble style tournament with flight, pin, and hole-in-one prizes.  Lunch is included with team registration and play begins with a ball drop raffle that includes golf destination packages.  Hole and event sponsorships are available.  For more information, contact Tara Wilcox at 718-6207 or email twilcox@bhws.com.

Register at https://2015golf4acause.eventbrite.com          

 

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.

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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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Our Services Make a Difference

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.

Your Donations Count

Learn how donating to the Black Hills Works serves people with disabilities in your community.

Get in Touch

3650 Range Road - Rapid City, South Dakota 57702
PO Box 2104 - Rapid City, South Dakota 57709
Tel: 1 - 605-343-4550
Mail: drosby@bhws.com