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Sioux Empire

  • Included in this guide are agencies/programs that provide direct basic need services such as food, shelter, clothing, medical care, financial assistance, and employment services.
  • A quick reference tool for those needing emergency assistance with basic needs such as financial resources, shelters, food and clothing, mental health, substance abuse, child care, employment, and transportation.
  • Through a partnership with Avera McKennan, this guide was established to help people more readily identify and select licensed/credentialed practitioners and agencies.
Black Hills

Rapid City Basic Needs Resource Guide
Northern Hills Basic Needs Resource Guide

Southern Hills Basic Needs Resource Guide

  • Included in these guides are agencies/programs that provide direct basic need services such as food, shelter, clothing, medical care, financial assistance, and employment services.

Rapid City Helping Hand Emergency Resource Guide

  • A quick reference tool for those needing emergency assistance with basic needs such as financial resources, shelters, food and clothing, mental health, substance abuse, child care, employment, and transportation.
  • This guide is produced as an initiative of the Human Services Collaborative and funded by the John T. Vucurevich Foundation. This guide was established to help people more readily identify and select licensed/credentialed practitioners and agencies.

Western South Dakota Caregiver Resource Guide

  • Produced in partnership with Regional Health Home+, and lists programs/businesses serving seniors and their family members.

Brookings Area

  • Included in this guide are agencies/programs that provide direct basic need services such as food, shelter, clothing, medical care, financial assistance, and employment services.

Brookings Helping Hand Emergency Resource Guide

  • A quick reference tool for those needing emergency assistance with basic needs such as financial resources, shelters, food and clothing, mental health, substance abuse, child care, employment, and transportation.
Brookings Area Mental Health Guide (BAMHG)
Click here for the Online Searchable Version of the BAMHG
  • This Guide is produced as an initiative of the Brookings Mental Health Task Force and is funded by the City of Brookings and Brookings County. The Brookings Area Mental Health Guide helps people more readily identify and select licensed/credentialed practitioners and agencies. 

Other Regions Basic Needs Guides

Included in these guides are agencies/programs that provide direct basic need services such as food, shelter, clothing, medical care, financial assistance, and employment services.

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