Keith Hansen, MD

Sanford Health Fertility and Reproductive Medicine
1500 W 22nd Street, Suite 102
Sioux Falls, SD 57105
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Hours: M–F: 8:00 AM–5:00 PM
Phone: (605) 328-8800
Fax: (605) 328-8801

Richard Crawford, MD

Avera Medical Group Endocrinology & Diabetes Sioux Falls
1315 South Cliff Avenue Plaza 3, Suite 3000
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57105
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Main: 605-322-7600
Alternate: 888-587-7600
Fax: 605-322-7601

Upcoming Events

 
This month, the T Support Group will meet from 6:00 – 7:00 PM, Monday February 27 at the Downtown Library in Sioux Falls, SD. The T is a support group that offers a safe environment for individuals to talk about their stories, struggles, and successes. It is a positive group that prides itself not only

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Mailing Address Update!
The Center for Equality has transitioned to a remote-only volunteer board of directors. We no longer have a physical space at the Bakery, but gladly accept mail at our new address: P.O. BOX 2403 Sioux Falls, SD 57101
Our Unwavering Dedication to the Transgender Community
Yesterday was International Transgender Day of Visibility. This day is dedicated to celebrating transgender people and raising awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people worldwide. It’s an annual holiday that takes place March 31st, and was founded by Rachel Crandall, trans- activist in 2009. The Center for Equality wants the transgender community to know we will
Transgender South Dakotans have met with the Governor
The Center for Equality is grateful to have met with Governor Daugaard this afternoon, Tuesday the 23rd of February. In a small conference room in the Capital, transgender people and family shared their personal stories with the Governor and explained how House Bill 1008 will negatively affect their lives if it becomes law. “I believe
“Equality IS a South Dakota value.”
“Frustration, disappointment, pain – The three words that our community uses to describe these extreme and discriminatory bills from our legislature. Each new year brings excitement for many South Dakotans. But January looks very different for those in the LGBT community. As the legislative session begins, and the bills introduced make their way to our
The Ruthless and Endless Attacks on the LGBT Community
Article reposed from Argus Leader March 20, 2015 by Thomas Christiansen The purpose of our Legislature is to pass laws to make South Dakota a better, safer, healthier place to live. However, some have made it their goal to use the legislative process to place roadblocks in the path of the LGBT community and then