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HUD South Dakota

portal.hud.gov

Provides information regarding homeownership and foreclosure avoidance

South Dakota Housing Development Authority

www.sdhda.org

(605) 773-3181

Provides affordable housing to low and moderate income South Dakotans

My Next Move

www.mynextmove.org

Online Career exploration site interest testing and career information

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

dss.sd.gov

605-773-3493

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as food stamps) helps low-income South Dakotans buy the food they need to stay healthy while they work to regain financial independence. SNAP benefits are not intended to cover all of a person or family’s food costs but will help with purchasing the food needed for a nutritionally adequate diet.

Sioux Falls Housing and Redevelopment Commission

siouxfallshousing.org

(605) 332-0704

Provides housing assistance to residents of Sioux Falls

Inter-Lakes Community Action Partnership

www.interlakescap.com

605-256-6518 

Inter-Lakes Community Action Partnership is a community based non-profit organization which serves primarily low-income families and senior citizens in a 14-county area of East Central South Dakota. They administer a variety of programs supported through grants, donations, and other community resources to assist participants and their communities to achieve full potential.

Western South Dakota Community Action Agency (WSDCAA) 

www.wsdca.org

605-348-1460

Historically, the Agency has undertaken anti-poverty programs and projects designed either at the national level, to meet needs that are widespread throughout the country, or designed within the Agency itself, in partnership with the low-income community, to meet needs unique to the local population. Many successful efforts, including Operation Mainstream, a job training program, Head Start, a detox program, and Legal Aid, were spun off. Today WSDCAA provides services through the Department of Energy’s Weatherization Program and a host of programs and projects that address the needs that have been identified by the low-income population in the service area.

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