Address:101 S 5th StBeresford, SD 57004Map & Directions
(1 Mile Away)
Services: Beresford Faith in Action/Food Pantry assists Beresford area residents with:Food (can be used as needed depending on the situation)Crisis Fund: Rent (can include rent or deposit) Utility assistance (1 time / year), including: Deposit, past due bill, and disconnect notices for trash, water, lights, and heating.Help with budgeting/financial planningSchool backpack program - weekend food programFaith in Action also networks clients with other resources that may help them with their situation.
Hours: Faith in Action: Call to schedule an appointment, or leave a message. Food Pantry: 1:00pm - 7:00pm (CT), 1st and 3rd Thursday 9:00am - 1:00pm (CT), 2nd and 4th Saturday
Eligibility: Must live in Beresford or surrounding rural areas Adults Teens Children Families
Documents To Bring: Call for information
Address:226 E Main StVermillion, SD 57069Map & Directions
Services: Salvation Army Vermillion provides emergency assistance for the following:Disconnection notices for water, lights, and heating.Eviction noticesTransportation - stranded motorist, medical appointments (gasoline), one-way bus ticketsEmergency lodging for one nightGroceries/mealsClothing needs at Civic Council - through vouchersPrescription assistanceThe Vermillion Ministerial Association is a supporter of the Vermillion Salvation Army.
Hours: 9:00am - 12:00noon (CT), Monday - FridayOutside of the hours listed above contact the Vermillion Police
Eligibility: Open to all Adults Teens Children Families
Documents To Bring: Photo ID, shutoff notice, eviction notice, etc.
Address:416 S Walker StVermillion, SD 57069Map & Directions
Services: Provides assistance with: RentDepositsUtilitiesFurniture
Hours: 8:30am - 4:30pm (CT), Monday - Friday
Documents To Bring: None
Address:618 14th St NE Ste 10Sioux Center, IA 51250Map & Directions
Services: APPLICATION CENTER for Mid-Sioux programs
INFORMATION and referrals to other community services
CRISIS FUNDS pay a portion of rent, utilities, food, gas, medicine, and other bills to help families out in a crisis situation
HOLIDAY FOOD provides special meals during the holiday season
HOLIDAY FAMILIES helps families in need have a brighter holiday season
BACK-TO-SCHOOL program provides donated school supplies for area children
CHILD AND ADULT CARE FOOD PROGRAM (CACFP) is an extension of the national school lunch program which reimburses child care providers a set reimbursement rate for serving nutritious meals and snacks to children in their care
FOOD PANTRY provides a three-day supply of food to families who are out of food and money; pantries located in each outreach office
FOOD FOR LIFE provides families in need with packages of frozen meat donated by local livestock producers; guidelines and availability of meat may vary between counties
FAMILY DEVELOPMENT AND SELF SUFFICIENCY(FaDSS) program is available to anyone receiving FIP benefits thru the state of Iowa; clients meet with staff twice per month with the goal of self-sufficiency
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION programs including Head Start, Early Head Start, and a Child Development Center; locations in Akron, Cherokee, Ida Grove, Le Mars, Orange City, Rock Rapids, Rock Valley, Sioux Center, and Hawarden
WEATHERIZATION program offers energy efficient repairs to homes
LOW INCOME HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (LiHEAP) assists families with heating costs by paying a portion of their utility bill; it is not intended to pay a household's total energy costs; program available November 1st-April 30th
WIC (Women, Infants, & Children) is a supplemental nutrition program for babies, children under the age of 5, pregnant women, breastfeeding women, and women who have had a baby in the last 6 months; provides healthy foods, nutrition education, and referrals to other health care agencies
MATERNAL HEALTH program offers payment for child birth and/or parenting classes; education about labor, delivery, infant, and self care; referrals to other health care or local community services, including help finding a dentist; presumptive eligibility for Medicaid; help arranging delivery; social assessments and referrals; referrals for family planning and child health care; and Care Coordination services, including transportation and translation assistance
CHILD HEALTH program provides financial assistance for un-insured or under-insured children needing medical and dental care; children from birth to age 21 receive:
-Well-child examinations by family physicians
-Immunizations and lead screenings
-Nutrition assessments and counseling
-Oral health screenings, fluoride varnishes and sealant applications by a registered dental hygienist and payment for dental examinations
-Care coordination services, including transportation and translation assistance
CARE FOR KIDS coordinator provides information for children on Medicaid, well baby and well child screenings
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm
Address:412 E 4th StYankton, SD 57078Map & Directions
Services: Founded on the belief that everyone deserves a home, Pathways provides temporary emergency shelter to individuals and families experiencing homelessness within the Yankton area.The shelter has rooms for individual males, individual females, and families (anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult). To receive assistance go to the Yankton Police Department with an ID and Pathways will be contacted.Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) which offers two programs: Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-housing. Homeless Prevention is for individuals and families who are unable to pay their rent or utilities and will otherwise be displaced from their residence. Call staff to learn more about eligibility requirements. Rapid Re-housing is for clients who have found potential housing but may not yet have the funds to secure that housing. For those who are eligible, Pathways may be able to pay first months rent, rental deposit and utility deposit. Call staff to learn more about eligibility requirements. Transitional Housing - 3 rental units are available, only to clients (individuals and families) transitioning out of the Pathways Shelter. The units are a way for those with poor or limited rental history to build healthy rental skills. Length of stay is a period of 3-6 months (until they feel comfortable) before searching for their own independent rental.
Hours: Shelter care: 24 hours a day / 7 days a weekIntakes primarily: 8:00am and 4:00pm (CT), Monday - Friday
Eligibility: Individual adult males, individual adult females, and families with children. Adults Teens Children Families
Documents To Bring: Valid picture ID, must go to the Yankton Police Department for a background check before being admitted into the shelter
Address:321 W 3rd StYankton, SD 57078Map & Directions
Services: County welfare assistance Has a food pantry Offers energy assistance, utility assistance, gas/oil, partial rent, a representative payee system, and emergency medications assistance.
Address:630 S Minnesota Ave #100Sioux Falls, SD 57104Map & Directions
Services: Provides short or long term rental assistance and mortgage payment assistance to persons who are diagnosed with HIV/AIDS and meet income limitations. Case management services available for both housing and non-housing issues Assistance with past due utility bills and other housing-related supportive services may be available There is a waiting list for rental and mortgage assistance No waiting list for case management services and some supportive services.
Hours: 8:00am - 5:00pm (CT), Monday - Friday
Eligibility: Serves persons who are diagnosed with HIV/AIDS and meet income limitations Adults Families
Documents To Bring: No documentation needed for initial application
Address:1113 E 14th StSioux Falls, SD 57104Map & Directions
Services: The Per Diem program works to house eligible veterans in community-based housing. Upon completion of the program, veterans will assume the lease and this will become their permanent housing. Services provided include: assistance with rent; furniture; utilities; food and coordination with community resources.
Hours: 9:00am - 4:30pm (CT), Monday - Saturday
Eligibility: Homeless and at risk veterans and families. Adults Families
Documents To Bring: Copy of DD214
Address:811 E 10th St #41Sioux Falls, SD 57103Map & Directions
Services: Eligible applicants (migrant and seasonal farm workers and their dependents) may receive, depending upon availability of funds, assistance with financial aid for vocational schools and colleges, subsidized on-site training programs, employment counseling, job placement, testing and evaluation, financial assistance in relocating for education training and job placement, and emergency financial services such as, but not limited to, emergency food, medical, rental assistance, and transportation costs.
Address:225 E 11th St #200Sioux Falls, SD 57104Map & Directions
Services: An ecumenical ministry supported by churches, Sioux Empire United Way, and other donors in Lincoln, McCook, Minnehaha, and Turner Counties.Community Outreach assists people who are struggling with basic financial and non-financial needs by providing information, referral to other resources, and where appropriate, financial assistance in the following areas:Rental/security deposit and/or 1st month's rent for people seeking housingEviction Prevention assistanceUtility shut off prevention assistance for water, lights, and heating. (Community Outreach staff will determine if disconnect notice is required). Transportation assistance (Sioux Falls Bus passes or gasoline) for job search, new employment, multiple medical appointmentsCar repairs where the vehicle is needed for employment.Co-administers Sharing Christmas (holiday assistance program) with the Center of Hope.
Hours: 9:00am - 12:00noon; 1:00pm - 4:00pm (CT), Monday - FridayAppointment for all financial assistance are scheduled Thursdays at 9:00am for the next week. They fill up fast.
Eligibility: Open to residents of Lincoln, McCook, Minnehaha, and Turner Counties For most clients from Minnehaha County, a meeting with Minnehaha County Human Services will be required prior to the appointment with a TCO Caseworker. Adults Teens Children Families
Documents To Bring: Call for information, depending on service provided. Community Outreach staff will determine if disconnect notice is required for utility assistance.