SHIP Honors Outgoing Board Members

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Three SHIP Board members have reached the end of their second and final three-year term on the SHIP Board of Directors. The Board members were honored with commemorative plaques at the SHIP Board meeting on Friday, June 16th, 2017. Dr. Michael McTaggart, a retired Sioux City Community School District principal, and current Sioux City Community School… Read more »

SHIP Honors Board Members

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SHIP honored nine outgoing members of its Board of Directors at a Board meeting on Friday, June 17th. All 9 of the Board members will reach the end of their second and final three-year term on June 30th. Board members were given a commemorative plaque to celebrate their many years of service. Term limits for Boards… Read more »

The Siouxland Street Project

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SHIP, in partnership with the Sioux City Police Department and Downtown Partners, is proud to present The Siouxland Street Project – a community effort focused on addressing the issue of vagrancy in Siouxland. SHIP has added a new Siouxland Street Project section to its website: http://siouxlandship.org/the-siouxland-street-project/. This is a one-stop-shop to stay updated on the progress… Read more »

Sky Ranch staff show appreciation for Foundation support

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Sky Ranch Behavioral Services staff welcomed Ralph Aguera, a Board member of the Sky Ranch Foundation, on June 1, 2015 for the program’s annual site visit. The Sky Ranch Foundation has been supporting the Siouxland-based Sky Ranch program since 2011, when the Sky Ranch for Boys facility in South Dakota closed its doors and the business model… Read more »

Siouxland Parent’s Guide 2014

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SHIP is proud to help promote the 2014 Parents Survival Guide! Download your copy here: ParentsGuide_2014

Young Adults Given a Second Chance by BOOST and WIT

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Follow the link below for a story that appeared on KCAU-TV’s Channel 9 News about SHIP’s BOOST (Bridging and Overcoming Obstacles Through Service and Training) program. BOOST is funded by a Reintegration of Ex-Offenders Grant from the U.S. Department of Labor. http://www.kcautv.com/story/25021990/young-adults-given-a-second-chance-by-boost-and-wit

Kids Fest 2013

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    Kids Fest 2013 Kids Fest is an annual health and safety fair for kids in Ida Grove. This year the event took place at the Skate Palace April 11, 2013 from 3:30 – 6:00 pm.  We had 86 total people walk through the doors. There were about 32 different families represented.  38 adults… Read more »

SHIP’s CAPS Project Featured in ICYD Newsletter

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The Iowa  Collaboration for Youth Development Council (ICYD) is a state-led interagency initiative designed to better align policies and programs and to encourage collaboration among multiple state and community agencies on youth-related  issues. This month, ICYD featured SHIP’s CAPS project in the January 2013 ICYD newsletter. To view the newsletter, follow this link: http://icyd.iowa.gov/ICYD%20Prod/index_files/ICYD_Newsletter_January_2013.pdf.

SHIP’s CAPS Project Creates Academic Stability for Kids

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Children’s Bureau, a division of the Department of Health and Human Services, recently published an article about the work of SHIP – Collaboration of Agencies for Permanency and Stability (CAPS Project).  This is the link to the article: https://cbexpress.acf.hhs.gov/index.cfm?event=website.viewArticles&issueid=135&sectionid=2&articleid=3498