Stephanie Iron Shooter
Stephanie Iron Shooter of the Montana Governor’s Suicide Mortality Review Team speaks during a World Suicide Prevention Day event at RiverStone Health on Wednesday.
Trista Jackson entertains her daughter, Willow, 10 months, before she speaks about her husband’s suicide as part of a World Suicide Prevention Day event at RiverStone Health on Wednesday.
Nathan Stahley of RiverStone Health is the chairman of the Suicide Prevention Coalition for Yellowstone Valley.
The following Eastern Montanans have been appointed to state boards:
All the reasons that put young people at risk of suicide in the country at large are amplified on Indian reservations.
Stephanie Iron Shooter was stuck.
Neil Sun Rhodes, a Northern Arapaho from Fort Kipp, Montana examines patient, Michael Ekwall of Sheridan, Wyo., Thursday, April 2, 2009. Sun Rhodes is a resident physician at the Billings Clinic and was checking Ekwall's airway before surgery.
Mandy Plainfeather said she was relieved to see a native American nurse when she went into the NICU at St. Vincent Healthcare to care for her newborn child. Plainfeather, right gave birth at 28 weeks to Caelan Plainfeather who is now 3 pounds. Angelique Little Light, left is Plainfeather's …
Stephanie Iron Shooter, training liaison for the Montana-Wyoming tribal leaders council is careful to follow tradition when dealing with cultural issues.
Activist Ashley Three Irons, of Lodge Grass, addresses a gathering to call for health care equality for Native Americans at the Yellowstone County Courthouse Wednesday, March 25, 2009.