The CAG Iyuha Othi Resource Center is available to the public for computer use, internet access, printing, copying, and phone calls.
There are also many brochures and info from various service organizations, colleges, job applications, etc. Come check it out!!!
Why a Resource Center?
1) Offer the public a facility that provides access to computers, internet, phone, "How-to" guides, a multitude of resources and other information.
2) Provide a facility that people can assist others in various skills training, resume building, etc.
A new Wellness Center is being created in the north wing at 212 1st Ave. W. McLaughlin. It will offer traditional fitness equipment a dry infrared sauna, a massage chair, fitness classes & more.
Why a Wellness Center?
1) Offer the community a facility focused on promoting positive wellness (physical & mental) for optimal health.
2) Partner with professionals or service organizations that provide wellness-related services to the community.
3) Iyuha Othi Wellness Center is going to offer everything under one roof:
Mental Wellness, Physical Wellness,
& Spiritual Wellness
The CAG Iyuha Othi Thrift Store normal business hours (Thursday-Saturday 11am-5:30pm MT and Sunday 12pm-4pm MT).
There will be new specials weekly and continually changing inventory so be sure to stop in each week to check it out!
324 Main St. McLaughlin, SD
Why a Thrift Store?
1) Provide local area residents with needed clothing, supplies and items.
2) Create workforce skills training and experiences for youth and/or those with disabilities.
3) Offer work experience for Workforce Services applicants as well as TANF workers.
What is a support group? It is a group of people with common experiences or concerns who provide each other with encouragement, comfort, and advice.
The CAG is partnering with various entities to help offer support groups based in McLaughlin. More groups & meetings will continually be added as possible.
Opioid Response Family Support Group
3rd Thursday of every Month
212 1st Ave. West (downstairs of Redeemer Lutheran church behind the post office)
In-person classes give you the opportunity to make connections with others while learning in a hands-on environment.
The CAG is partnering with various individuals and organizations to offer a variety of classes to the public.
More classes may be added throughout the year. If you have an idea or want a certain type of class, please let us know!
Here are some classes that have been held:
Star Quilt Making
Win with Money
Common Sense Parenting
We're always looking for volunteers to lead a class, so if have a skill or specific thing you'd like to teach others, PLEASE contact us.
We love to bring the community together every chance possible! We organize and host many different activities. Here is a list of some throughout the year:
Easter Celebration - egg hunt
Prom Shop & Hair/Make-Up
Arts in the Park/Farmers Market
Culture Fest/Fall Festival
Gratitude Gift Shop
Monthly Ecumenical Worship Services