Dakota Hope Clinic brings list of new people

Dakota Hope Clinic has been providing care, support and education to women and men related to sexual health, pregnancy, and childbirth as a non-profit since 2013. They work hard to provide the care and support they can, which starts with the employees.

The year 2018 was filled with new faces for the clinic as they brought in a new employee and two new board members. They also kicked off 2019 with a new marketing intern.

Carol Bellew was brought on as a new member of the board of directors for Dakota Hope Clinic. From Minot, she started in June. She is honored to be a part of the board because of the opportunities and investment it will give her in helping not only the organization but the community as well.

Alongside Bellew, Amber Vibeto started as a board of directors member in September. Vibeto is from Williston and graduated from NDSU with a B.S. in biology.

“I am very excited to be a part of a ministry that provides much needed hope to so many in our region who are facing an unplanned pregnancy,” said Vibeto. “I love that Dakota Hope Clinic not only cares for the unborn, they also care deeply for their parents as well. The staff at Dakota Hope clinic are being the hands and feet of Jesus in a very real way, and I am honored to be a part of the team.”

Daurice Burdick rounded out the newcomers when she started in October. From Minot, Burdick was brought in as a receptionist. She is proud to be a member of the team and be a part of all that Dakota Hope Clinic does.

Burdick explained, “I count it a privilege to be used by Jesus to encourage and give hope to our clients and their families, as we contend for the lives of the unborn.”

Starting this January, Dakota Hope welcomed Shaniah Myers as a marketing intern through Minot State University. Myers, who is from Surrey, is very passionate about the organization and is very excited and grateful for the opportunity.

“They are such wonderful people and they care so much for everyone that visits. The organization as a whole, really celebrates the beautiful, God-given gift of life,” said Myers.

With the list of new people on their team, Dakota Hope Clinic is working toward another strong year of helping the community.