Locate Services In Another Area

Enter a zip code:


Salvation Army Corps Comm Center

1003 6th Ave SW
Aberdeen, SD 57401

(18 Miles Away)
Map & Directions

(605) 225-7410


Provides assistance with:Lunch: 12:00noon - 12:30pm, Monday - Friday - open to all. No cost, although donations accepted.Food pantry: A 2-3 day supply of food, available for individuals or families. Can use once every 90 days.Senior Box program: Visit during business hours for more informationClothing: Vouchers available by meeting with a case workerUtilities: Assistance available for water, lights, or electric heat. Available up to 1 time a year, must have a disconnection notice.Prescriptions: Assistance available once every 90 days.Rent: Assistance is available once a yearOther needs: varies based on abilityDiapers: Available based on donationsGas money: May be available, strictly for Aberdeen residents and only for a doctor's appointment in Sioux FallsSpiritual supportAfter school program: 3:00pm - 6:00pm, Monday - Friday, when school is in session. For those in Kindergarten - 5th grade, access to computers for homework, games, etc. No transportation provided.School supplies: applications are typically after the 4th of July and extend for a week. To get an application, go to SA office. People on SNAP automatically qualify. People who qualify receive a card that need to bring that to the distribution date (typically couple weeks before school starts). Students are also given a brand new pair of shoes. Holiday Assistance: Meals: 12:00pm - 1:00pm, Wednesday before Thanksgiving and Christmas Christmas baskets of food - Families who apply can get gifts as well (child has to be in the home, only one application per household). Single individuals also welcome to apply for a basket.

8:30am - 4:30pm (CT), Monday - Friday For weekend help and emergencies call Police dispatch

Open to all Adults Teens Children Families

Documents To Bring:
There are different documents required for different assistance. Please call to see what documents are required for assistance

When we have done our best, we should wait the result in peace.

-- J Lubbock