Dr. Anitra Warrior, Ph.D.

Lead Clinician
Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma

As a Ponca woman, I understand the challenges our people have faced when it comes to medical care. I hold these challenges close to my heart and my clinical work is driven by the needs of our people.

Sydney Keller, MA, PLMHP

Therapist

I choose to work with the Native population because they have such an important voice, but are not always heard and I wish to help their voices be heard.

Greg Donovan, M.P.A

Project Director

I am excited and motivated of the work Society of Care in increasing wellness and refining systems to benefit Native youth, their caregivers, and their communities. It is an honor to serve with such a strong team performing such vital work.

   Yvonne Bickerstaff, MS, PLMHP     Behavioral Health Provider   Santee Sioux Nation    I choose to work with the Native American population because I see the need and importance of providing good services for the people in the community. I want to use my skills to help our relatives who need help.

Yvonne Bickerstaff, MS, PLMHP

Behavioral Health Provider
Santee Sioux Nation


I choose to work with the Native American population because I see the need and importance of providing good services for the people in the community. I want to use my skills to help our relatives who need help.

Lucinda Mesteth


Assistant Director
Lakota

For the Lincoln community

Through culture we can mend the past, cope with the present and thrive in our futures. I do everything I can to share this message and hold onto cultural ways.

Brittany Parker,
BA


Navigator
For the Macy/Walthill communities

My passion is working with children and families to help to make a difference in their lives. I have actively worked with CPS, CFS, Social Services and The Siouxland Indian Child Welfare Trainee-ship Project (SICWTP) at Briar Cliff University.

Bernadette Whipple
BA

Navigator
For the Santee Sioux Nation

I like working at SOC because I like being able to help connect our young relatives in need to resources that can not only help them, but also their family.

Edison Rednest III


Navigator
For the Western Nebraska community

I enjoy teaching Native American values and traditions to Native American youth. My passion inspired me to establish Native Futures, a drug and alcohol recovery and support business in Alliance, NE.

Willie Austin,
AS, BA

Navigator
For the Omaha community

I have passionately worked as a Residential Addiction Counselor for Catholic Charities over the past 5 years. Majoring in Chemical Dependency Counseling and Behavior Science, I am an Iraq Veteran retiring with over 20 years of service.

Juan Paulo Ramirez "J.P", Ph.D.

Sr. Research Specialist & Evaluator

I bring 10 years of experience in program evaluation, five of them working with Native American communities in Nebraska and Kansas. I feel very privileged working for Society of Care as I see it as a catalyst to lives and empower Native American youth and their families.

Tara Cries For Ribs, AA


Office Manager
Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma

I am responsible for the coordination of care and billing for our relatives.

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Let Us Put Our Minds Together And See
What Life We Can Make For Our Children.
— Chief Sitting Bull