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Dawson City Clerk

Address:
675 Chestnut St
Dawson, MN 56232

Map & Directions

(22 Miles Away - Go to: Dawson, MN Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(320) 769-2154

Website:
http://www.dawsonmn.com/police-department

Services:
One-time assistance for people in emergency need of food, gas, or motel vouchers

Hours:
Program Hours:24 hours/7 days a week

Eligibility:
Transients or residents of Lac Qui Parle County in emergency need

Swift County Human Services

Address:
410 21st St S
Benson, MN 56215

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(38 Miles Away - Go to: Benson, MN Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(320) 843-3160

Website:
http://www.swiftcounty.com/index.asp?SEC=FD342725-314B-49EC-AE70-DB6F13768B44&Type=B_BASIC

Services:
Emergency assistance for evictions including rent (no deposits). Utility assistance for bills incurred in the last 3 months. Must have shut off or eviction notice. - - Also provides: - - Lodging, - - Gas voucher, - - Meals for transients

Eligibility:
Residents of Swift County with children under the age of 21. - May re-apply once every 18 months. - Income must be less than 150% of the FPG. - Other eligibility requirements may apply.

Example is not the main thing in influencing others. It is the only thing.

-- Albert Schweitzer

Beacon Center

Address:
801 Jenson Ave S
Watertown, SD 57201

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(43 Miles Away - Go to: Watertown, SD Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(605) 886-4300

Website:
http://www.watertownresourcecenter.com

Services:
The Watertown Resource Center is a domestic violence shelter that offers 24 hour crisis line for victims of violence and sexual assault Also offers support groups, court advocacy, shelter for victims of battering and their children, crisis and personal counseling, rape crisis services, protection orders, and Play Therapy for children.

**NEAREST LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY**
Watertown Police Department (605) 886-6210
Codington County Sheriff's Department (605) 882-6280

Veblen 8-Plex

Address:
104 Ash St E
Sisseton, SD 57262

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(49 Miles Away - Go to: Sisseton, SD Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(605) 698-7654

Website:
http://www.nesdcap.org

Services:
GROW South Dakota excels at providing housing, community and economic development At the same time, Grow SD provides tools allowing residents an opportunity for self-sufficiency The agency offers a menu of programs to assist eligible applicants
Housing, which includes DOE and LIEAP Weatherization Assistance Programs; Apartment Management; Governor's House and Home Improvement Loans;
Community which includes: free income tax preparation, emergency services, and financial education; and
Economic which includes: business loans and loan counseling services with businesses or communities

Is a member of SD VOAD Agencies (Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters).

Unless a tree has borne blossoms in spring, you will vainly look for fruit on it in autumn.

-- Hare Charles

DAKOTAH PRIDE CENTER

Address:
Dakota Ave
Sisseton, SD 57262

Map & Directions

(49 Miles Away - Go to: Sisseton, SD Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(605) 698-3917

Website:
http://www.swo-nsn.gov/?page_id=829

Services:
Provides Level III.7 Medically monitored intensive inpatient addiction treatment for adults and Level II.1 Intensive outpatient treatment for adults and adolescents Referral to other programs for treatment, aftercare and continuing care Some halfway house placement available.

Women's Circle Crisis Line

Address:
392 Rehab St
Sisseton, SD 57262

Map & Directions

(49 Miles Away - Go to: Sisseton, SD Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(605) 698-4129

Services:
SISSETON-WAHPETON SIOUX TRIBAL POLICE: 605-698-7661
SISSETON CITY POLICE: 605-698-3932

The Women's Circle provides service to all individuals who have experienced domestic violence and sexual assault This agency is a non-profit organization Services provided include: 24 hour crisis line, support groups, support in court, assistance in obtaining restraining orders, orders for protection, community education, free in-services and workshops on domestic violence to any group, information and referrals, confidential help with legal, medical, social and other services, advocacy, safe shelter on site, transportation needs, food and clothing.