TRIP DETAILS

SPIRIT LAKE, ND (1)
JULY 11-17, 2022

WHEN AND WHERE TO MEET YOUR TEAM:
July 11, 2022 at 12:00 P.M. local time
Location TBD
Ft. Totten, ND

VOLUNTEER NEEDS:
Clinic type pending. Volunteers of all types are encouraged to apply.  No prior field experience required. 

ARRIVAL:
You must be ready to meet your group at the time and location indicated.  If you are flying into the area, you should plan to fly in the night before to avoid missing your team due to flight changes or other delays. You will be responsible for coordinating your own ground transportation throughout the clinic.  

Please note that, in accordance with RAVS COVID safety protocols regarding team pod assignments, who you decide to travel with before and during the clinic will impact off-hour interactions throughout the clinic week. Detailed protocol information and planning recommendations will be provided for volunteers accepted to the trip.

DEPARTURE:
July 16 will be the last working day of the trip. Departure time will be dependent on case load and community needs, but we can expect to leave the community early evening on the 16th. Flights may be booked out anytime July 17. You will be responsible for arranging your own accommodations prior to and after the arrival and departure times.

ACCOMMODATIONS:  
Sleeping arrangements will involve indoor camping in the clinic building or another local building provided by the community. It is important to pack anything you need to sleep comfortably. Details on outdoor camping or other lodging options will be provided to team members as available.

CLINIC INFORMATION:
You will be part of a team of volunteers working on the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation in North Dakota. We will be providing five days of small animal spay/neuter and wellness services in Ft. Totten, ND. (www.spiritlakenation.com)

CONTINUING EDUCATIONPENDING CLINIC TYPE CONFIRMATION
If this clinic proceeds as a surgical clinic, veterinarians and veterinary technicians will be eligible to receive 30 hours of RACE approved continuing education credit for participation.  Clinical training and orientations will include topics in anesthesia, surgery, client communication, examination and wellness care, assessment and treatment of various infectious diseases and injuries and provision of high quality basic veterinary services in the field setting.