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What services do you offer?We are a comprehensive behavioral health agency serving children, families, and individuals. Our Sioux City office location offers outpatient therapy and specialized trauma services.
How many years has your business been a Chamber member?We have been a member for 4 years.
What do you enjoy most about being a Chamber member?We love the opportunity to connect with the Siouxland community and stay up-to-date on what’s going on in the area. We began providing services in Woodbury County in 2017 and opened our office location on Sunnybrook Drive in January of 2018. It’s important to us to continue to engage with the community and continue to spread awareness of the behavioral health services we offer Siouxland residents.
What is a fun or surprising fact about your business?We have TWELVE office locations across Northwest Iowa, including a therapeutic camp for children called Camp Autumn, which opened in 2017 and serves nearly 200 campers each year.
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What services do you offer? Our team of knowledgeable insurance professionals is committed to helping you find a policy that fits your needs. We focus on providing personalized attention and exceptional customer service to create a full suite of services including personal, commercial, life, and health policies.
How many years has your business been a Chamber member? We have been an active member of the Siouxland Chamber of Commerce for 26 years.
What do you enjoy most about being a Chamber member? The best thing about being a Chamber member are all the opportunities it creates to interact with our community and business leaders.
What is a fun or surprising fact about your business?Our agency is located in the old Milwaukee train depot. When we first started in 1994, we rented 750 square feet of this space. Now, we occupy 7,000 square feet of newly renovated space that restored many of the depot’s original features.
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Our Community and Employee Support in 2020
2020 has been a year like none other – no words have ever rang truer. At Seaboard Triumph Foods, we are lucky to continue our work and provide donations to employees and the community throughout the year.
This year we implemented new practices to keep our employees safe during the pandemic while continuing to perform our vital role as a part of the global food chain. Our practices include face masks, face shields, daily temp checks, sanitation stations, social distancing, and new lab testing procedures like 24-hour turn around tests through our in-house Health Service professionals.
We also introduced a Manager In Training (MIT) Development Program to provide leadership training for our employees. This allows them to gain the knowledge necessary to be a successful leader within STF, while expanding their opportunities for promotion.
Celebrating and valuing our employees is a core component of our culture here at Seaboard Triumph Foods. This year was no different. In total, we gave our employees over 45,000 pounds of meat and gave away money to 40 different winners in our Warm Hearts-Warm Homes, 10 days of giving contest.
Since we established ourselves in Sioux City in 2017, Seaboard Triumph Foods has been supporting the community. Each year we donate a significant amount to local non-profits and the Sioux City School District. Because as a large employer in Siouxland, we are dedicated to giving back to the community in ways that help now and in the future of this wonderful place we call home.
Some of the local non-profits we have donated to in 2020 are Hope Street of Siouxland, Support Siouxland Soldiers, Goodwill of the Great Plains Shoe & Mitten Party, United Way of Siouxland and the Food Bank of Siouxland.
As we look toward the year ahead, we are excited about new ways to positively impact the communities in and around Sioux City. We are Siouxland Proud!