We are pleased to partner with 20 local nonprofit Partner Agencies, who provide long-lasting change in Hughes and Stanley counties. Our Partner Agencies prepare children for academic success, help families build stable lives and support our most vulnerable citizens.
For more information about our Partner Agencies, please click on an agency below.
American Red Cross, Oahe Chapter
1221 North Maple Avenue, Rapid City, SD 57701 • 605-342-4010 • www.redcross.org
Since 1917, the American Red Cross-Black Hills Area Chapter has assisted families and individuals recovering from home fires, flooding, tornadoes, wildfires and other disasters.
Capital Area Counseling Services
803 E. Dakota Avenue, Pierre SD 57501 • 605-224-5811 • www.cacsnet.org
The Boys and Girls Club helps enable all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Teen Court is a diversion program offered mainly to first time offenders ages 10-18, who are currently enrolled in an accredited school curriculum.
Cental SD Child Assessment Center
801 E. Sioux Avenue, Pierre SD 57501 • 605-224-3229 • www.cacs-sd.org
A child-focused, facility-based program in which representatives from many disciplines work together to conduct interviews and make team decisions about investigation, treatment, management and prosecution of child abuse cases.
Central SD RSVP
801 E. Dakota, Pierre SD 57501 • 605.224.3337 • www.rsvpsd.org
RSVP allows people age 55 and over the opportunity to stay active and to share their life learned knowledge with others in the community.
Community & Youth Involved Center
19 E Main Ave, Fort Pierre, SD 57532 • 605-223-2701
Community Youth Involved Center provides senior meals, as well as gathering space for seniors. CYI also hosts programs after school and summer recreation programs for youth.
Consumer Credit Counseling Services
2310 North Maple Avenue, Rapid City, SD 57701 • (800) 568-6615 • www.cccsbh.com
Consumer Credit Counseling helps people in our community overcome their financial obstacles, achieve their financial goals, and improve the quality of their lives.
Feeding South Dakota
20562 Grace Ave, Pierre, SD 57501 • 605.494.3663 • www.feedingsouthdakota.org
Feeding South Dakota is a hunger relief organization dedicating to eliminating hunger in South Dakotaand provide food for the local food bank in Pierre.
Girl Scouts Dakota Horizons
1101 S. Marion Road Sioux Falls, SD 57106 • 605.336.2978 • www.sdakotahorizons.org
Girls create a lifetime of memories and participate in one-of-a-kind programs designed to build girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.
Growing Up Together
800 East Dakota, Pierre, SD 57501 • 605-224-3189 • www.growinguptogether.org
Growing up Together focuses on the importance of healthy families and dedicates its efforts to providing parents with support during their childbearing and child-rearing years.
Missouri Shores Domestic Violence Center
P.O. Box 398 • 605-224-7187 • www.missourishores.com
The Mission of the Missouri Shores Domestic Violence Center is to protect and serve victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and to prevent abuse through education.
Oahe Child Development Center
2307 E Capitol Ave, Pierre, SD 57501 • 605-224-6361 • www.oahechild.com
Oahe Child Development Center recognizes and celebrates the family through its direct and consistent involvement with the parent and child. This program will focus on developing self-esteem for the total family, including physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development for both the children and the parents.
125 W Pleasant Dr. Suite #1 Pierre, SD 57501 • 605-224-4501 • www.oaheinc.com
Oahe Inc., is a nationally accredited private nonprofit that provides supports and services to persons with developmental disabilities.
Oahe Family YMCA
900 E Church St, Pierre, SD 57501 • 605-224-1683 • www.oaheymca.org
The Oahe Family YMCA serves the Pierre/Ft. Pierre area through programs that provide a positive, safe environment and supports the development of the basic core values of honesty, respect, responsibility, and caring.
Pierre Area Referral Service
2520 E. Franklin, Pierre SD 57501 • 605-224-8731 • www.pierreareareferral.org
PARS administers Pierre the local Food Pantry, Holiday Food Program, Pierre/Ft. Pierre Legal Aid Program, Emergency Assistance Program, BackPack Food Program and Information & Referral Services.
Sioux Council Boy Scouts
800 N. West Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57104 • 605-361-2697 • www.siouxbsa.org
The Boy Scouts provide an educational program for boys and young adults to build character, to train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and to develop personal fitness.
South Dakota Discovery Center
805 W Sioux Ave., Pierre SD 57501 • 605-224-8295 • www.sd-discovery.org
The South Dakota Discovery Center is dedicated to providing hands-on science learning through our exhibit hall, classes for children and families, and resources for educators and youth program leaders in order to increase science literacy.
Southeast Community Center
2315 E Park St, Pierre, SD 57501 • 605-494-0470
Southeast Community Center hosts the weekly Community Banquet--a free meal for anyone in the community.
The Right Turn
124 E Dakota Ave., Pierre SD 57501 • 605-773-4755 • www.therightturn.org
Strengthening our communities by nurturing personal growth and promoting economic success through education and job training.
Urban Indian Health
1714 Abbey Road, Pierre SD 57501 • 605-224-8841 • www.sduih.org
South Dakota Urban Indian Health's mission is to provide total quality medical care for Native American people and the economically disadvantaged residing in Urban areas of South Dakota. Care provided is not limited to just the medical needs but to provide holistic quality care for the entire family. Physical and mental healthcare are essential for a healthy society.
Western Resources for Independent Living
633 E. Sioux Ave. Ste. 6 ,Pierre, South Dakota 57501 • 605-494-1005 • www.wril.org
Western Resources for Independent Living will provide a comprehensive range of services which make it possible for people with disabilities to live as independently as they choose in our community.