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April 9, 2018

Rapid City Collective Impact Moves Forward on OneHeart Campus

Rapid City Collective Impact is currently laying the groundwork for the operations of the OneHeart Campus, reports KOTA News. Stakeholders are considering how multiple care providers can collaborate to achieve the shared goal of assisting individuals in transitioning out of poverty and homelessness to independent living.

Project Manager Charity Doyle hopes that the OneHeart Campus will be able to partner with the Pennington County Community Restoration Center, which will be housed next to OneHeart. While the OneHeart Campus may offer a community health clinic, the Pennington County Community Restoration Center will be better able to manage crises situations, offering potential for crossover between the two entities depending on client needs.

To read more news from Rapid City, visit the Black Hills Knowledge Network’s online news archive. For more information on the OneHeart Campus, visit Rapid City Collective Impact’s website.

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