Programs that pay for, provide and/or repair basic household, work-related and personal necessities for people who need them. Also included are organizations that provide office equipment and supplies for individuals and businesses, operate lost and found services where people can retrieve lost possessions or make commodities broadly available to the comunnity at large.
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Brown County Veterans Service Office

CVSO
In-person assistance available by request only.
Acts as an advocate and provides assistance to military veterans and their dependents in determining eligibility and applying for various federal and state benefits, such as service-connected compensation, non-service connected pension, outpatient and hospital medical treatment, guaranteed home loan certificates, education and on-the-job training benefits, burial benefits, survivor benefits, referral information, as well as many others.
Acts as an advocate and provides assistance to military veterans and their dependents in determining eligibility and applying for various federal and state benefits, such as service-connected compensation, non-service connected pension, outpatient and hospital medical treatment, guaranteed home loan certificates, education and on-the-job training benefits, burial benefits, survivor benefits, referral information, as well as many others.

(605) 626-7129

101 1st Avenue S.E., Suite 100
Veterans Service Office
Aberdeen, SD 57401

DTOM 22/0 Foundation and Veterans Ranch

Don't Tread On Me
Offers a state of the art, Equine Assisted Draper Sensory Method program to combat PTSD, TBI and Neurological Issues. This program is one of only 4 Ranches in the US and is able to re-set misfiring neurons, neutralize stress hormones and open neuropathways. The program is offered to veterans and their families at no cost, in an effort to end the 22 suicides per day.
Offers a state of the art, Equine Assisted Draper Sensory Method program to combat PTSD, TBI and Neurological Issues. This program is one of only 4 Ranches in the US and is able to re-set misfiring neurons, neutralize stress hormones and open neuropathways. The program is offered to veterans and their families at no cost, in an effort to end the 22 suicides per day.

(605) 725-3866

13952 387th Avenue
Warner, SD 57479

South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs - State Office

The mission of the SD Department of Veterans Affairs and the network of County and Tribal Veterans Service Officers is to ensure that veterans, their dependents and survivors receive the full measure of benefits and services to which they are entitled. The Department of Veterans Affairs keeps an online list of the South Dakota Veterans Memorials Locate your Veteran Service Officer online . Welcome Home resource book available online . List of...[more]
The mission of the SD Department of Veterans Affairs and the network of County and Tribal Veterans Service Officers is to ensure that veterans, their dependents and survivors receive the full measure of benefits and services to which they are entitled.

The Department of Veterans Affairs keeps an online list of the South Dakota Veterans Memorials

Locate your Veteran Service Officer online.

Welcome Home resource book available online.

List of transportation services available for veterans online.

(605) 773-3269

425 E. Capitol Avenue
Pierre, SD 57501

Supportive Services for Veterans Families

SSVF;Cornerstone Rescue Mission
The SSVF program provides homelessness prevention and rapid re-housing services to help Veteran families keep, or rapidly transition to permanent housing. For veterans and their families that meet all eligibility criteria and are enrolled with the program , the program can provide: Outreach to Veterans Case management Financial assistance (for securing/preserving housing) Utility assistance for water, lights, and heating for current, past due...[more]
The SSVF program provides homelessness prevention and rapid re-housing services to help Veteran families keep, or rapidly transition to permanent housing.

For veterans and their families that meet all eligibility criteria and are enrolled with the program, the program can provide:
  • Outreach to Veterans
  • Case management
  • Financial assistance (for securing/preserving housing)
    • Utility assistance for water, lights, and heating for current, past due, disconnection notices, previous address, and deposits
    • Rental assistance
    • Security deposits
  • Other financial assistance
    • Child care costs
    • Moving costs
    • Transportation expense
  • Help applying for Department of Veterans Affairs assistance and other benefits
  • Help connecting Veterans with other community resources and services

(605) 484-9209 or (605) 939-8312

PO Box 2188
Rapid City, SD 57709

South Dakota Veterans Cemetery

A federally funded, state-owned and operated cemetery for eligible veterans and their eligible dependents. Burial sites include: Casket gravesites Cremation gravesites Columbarium for cremated remains Scattering garden
A federally funded, state-owned and operated cemetery for eligible veterans and their eligible dependents.
Burial sites include:
  • Casket gravesites
  • Cremation gravesites
  • Columbarium for cremated remains
  • Scattering garden

(605) 277-8094

25965 477th Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD 57104

Veterans Stand Down Event - Sioux Falls

On-the-spot help including: bicycle repair clothing community housing referral medical and dental treatment readjustment counseling Women Veteran services Brunch will be served from 10:00am - 11:45am Transportation available - shuttle service will be every 1/2 hour starting at 8:00am - 12:00noon from the following locations: Vet Center on 49th and Carnegie Volunteers of America (VOA) Veteran Outreach Center at 14th and Cliff Avenue Sioux Falls...[more]
On-the-spot help including:
  • bicycle repair
  • clothing
  • community housing referral
  • medical and dental treatment
  • readjustment counseling
  • Women Veteran services
Brunch will be served from 10:00am - 11:45am

Transportation available - shuttle service will be every 1/2 hour starting at 8:00am - 12:00noon from the following locations:
  • Vet Center on 49th and Carnegie
  • Volunteers of America (VOA) Veteran Outreach Center at 14th and Cliff Avenue
  • Sioux Falls VA Health Care System on 22nd and Western Avenue
  • Bishop Dudley Hospitality House
  • Union Gospel Mission

(605) 330-4552

521 N. Main Avenue, Suite 201
C/O County Veterans Service Office
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
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