Latanda Salmen, LLC

111 W. 39th street, Sioux Falls, South Dakota USA 57105
(605) 360 - 5051

Latanda Salmen is a licensed Certified Social Working, eligible to practice privately, and independently. Currently she is located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and openly offers her services to the LGBT community of the Sioux Empire. Latanda also co-facilitates “the T” which is a transgender support group hosted by the Center for Equality.

Latanda began her career in social work in a residential treatment facility for children ages three to thirteen. She then went on to working with survivors of sexual and domestic assault, in addition to being the coordinator of the Family Violence Project, which is a program to rehabilitate domestic violence offenders.

If you are, or if you know of anyone that may be in search of services that Latanda can provide, please do not hesitate to reach out to her.

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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
Facing the Fear of Same-Sex Marriage
There has been much discussion about marriage equality in light of the lawsuit filed in South Dakota and, most recently, the Supreme Court’s decision to not hear five same-sex marriage cases. The debate raises the question, why are some people so opposed to marriage equality? The definition of marriage is one of the most prevailing
Use of Slur at Yankton Taco John’s Highlights the Need for Workplace Protections
Tyler Brandt just wanted some money for the summer. But what started as a summer job turned into a hostile work environment culminating in his resignation on Tuesday, June 24th. According to Brandt, his manager called him into the office at the Yankton area Taco John’s during his shift on Monday night and handed him