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Background Information

Employment History

Position, Treatment

American Indians


Chemical Dependency Program Director

Minneapolis American Indian Center


Drug Program Coordinator At the Bemidji Area Office

IHS Inc


White Earth Reservation


Affiliations

Oshki Manidoo

Director


Web References(5 Total References)


www.marrch.org

Dennis Hisgun is a Sissetion/Wahpeton Oyate Dakota and has lived with his family on the White Earth reservation for many years.Dennis has worked over 30 years in the chemical dependency field.He has worked as a chemical dependency coordinator on the White Earth Reservation; an alcohol and other drug program coordinator at the Bemidji Area Office of Indian Health Service; a chemical dependency program director at the Minneapolis American Indian Center; and as a planner for the Chemical Dependency Division for the Minnesota Department of Human Services. 10:15 a.m. to noon , Keynote, Dennis Hisgun Dennis will start the day off with historical background on American Indians and the serious effects of alcohol in the native communities.He will focus on his personal experiences in working with American Indians in treatment.He will share the importance of introducing clients back into their culture and spirituality as a tool to long-term recovery.Breakout B: "Tips and Techniques to Working with American Indian People," Dennis Hisgun and Denise Estey LindquistDennis and Denise will share numerous techniques that are used with treatment planning for American Indians, including American Indian art, therapeutic games and healing activities.Join Don and Dennis in a sweat lodge experience.Breakout A: Medicine Wheel, Dennis Hisgun and Don GoodwinDennis and Don will share the use of the medicine wheel in treatment.Dennis Hisgun will moderate a panel for questions and answers about working with American Indians in treatment.


newspiritcenter.com

Dennis Hisgun
Director Email: dennish@whiteearth.comPhone: (218) 751-6553 ext 6208


www.miph.org

Dennis Hisgun is a Sissetion/Wahpeton Oyate Dakota and has lived with his family on the White Earth reservation for many years.
Dennis has worked over 30 years in the chemical dependency field. He has worked as a chemical dependency coordinator on the White Earth Reservation; an alcohol and other drug program coordinator at the Bemidji Area Office of Indian Health Service; a chemical dependency program director at the Minneapolis American Indian Center; and as a planner for the Chemical Dependency Division for the Minnesota Department of Human Services. He is currently working with youth at the Oshki Manidoo Treatment Center in Bemidji.


topnews.co.uk

After the march, there was guest speech by Dennis Hisgun, of the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota.


www.dl-online.com [cached]

To work towards that continuum, Peltier has formed the Wellbriety Lodge with the financial help and support of JoEllen Anywaush, director of health services for White Earth, and Dennis Hisgun, director of the chemical dependency program at White Earth.While Hisgun and Anywaush are helping pay the lights and heat, Peltier said his goal is to make the lodge self-sufficient and be free of any political or establishment control.


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