RiverStone Health respectfully acknowledges that the community in which we live, learn, and deliver services is on the ancestral lands that tribal nations occupied area ranging over tens of thousands of years, and continues to this day. Historically these tribes included the Assiniboine (Nakoda), Blackfeet (Amskapi Pikuni), Northern Cheyenne Tsetsêhesêstâhase/So’taahe), Crow (Apsaalooke), Gros Ventre (A’aninin), and Sioux (Dakota/Lakota) and other indigenous peoples. We recognize their past and present connections and contributions to this region and appreciate the opportunity to provide services on their ancestral homelands.
We recognize that health systems have historically contributed to health and social disparities for the indigenous community. These harmful disparities continue. RiverStone Health reaffirms our ongoing commitment to improving life, health and safety, to everyone in our community in a culturally informed manner.