Sioux Valley Dakota Oyate Lodge first opened its doors for business in 1983. It is since recognized as a passionate and committed service provider offering care determined by individual needs while showing dignity and respect to all our Residents.
To ensure that the Dakota Oyate Lodge provides personal care of the highest quality in a comfortable environment for Elders and younger people who are no longer able to care for themselves, while respecting cultural differences. We strive to accomplish this by:
- acknowledging the various contributions they make in the remainder of their lives
- making the lives of each resident as rewarding as possible
- creating and maintaining a home-like environment that will strengthen the residents’ physical, emotional, social, and spiritual identity
- encouraging and/or assisting each resident to achieve an optimal level of independent functioning
- providing nursing and medical supervision as necessary according to the level of care required by the resident
- providing the necessary services as required to achieve the best possible environment
Sioux Valley Dakota Oyate Lodge is a 26 bed Level 1-4 Personal Care Home owned and operated by Sioux Valley Dakota Nation which serves as a home to those who require 24-hour care on a long-term basis.
Although our residents are primarily Elders, we do welcome younger people who are unable to live and manage on their own.
The majority of our 50 trained staff members at the Lodge are Sioux Valley Dakota Nation members.
Our facility includes comfortable living and dining areas, a fully equipped industrial kitchen, exercise equipment, highspeed internet service, in-suite cable, an industrial laundry facility, hairdressing salon, hydraulic-lift bathtubs as well as independent shower amenities, outdoor gazebos, a secured courtyard, transportation services and much more.
Recreation, Spiritual, and Volunteer Services Department provide therapeutic recreation activities and programs which stimulate the mind, body, and spirit. Therapeutic Recreation staff strive to provide meaningful and therapeutic group programs and encourage family participation in all programming.
Phone number: (204) 855-2354
Fax number: (204) 855-2908