Grants Awarded - Health and Human Services

2016

Abbot House, Inc.
Support to purchase a home in Rapid City for Bridges, a foster care program
$100,000
Action for the Betterment of Our Community (ABC)
Juvenile diversion and substance abuse services in the Belle Fourche and Lead/Deadwood schools.
$200,000
Cornerstone Rescue Mission
General operating
$50,000
Crisis Care Center - Behavior Management Systems
24-hour Crisis Care Center for the Black Hills Human Services Collaborative
$500,000
Feeding South Dakota
Black Hills School Back Pack Program to supply food on the weekend for children in need
$50,000
Fourth Circuit DUI Court
Assist participants and their families with miscellaneous expenses and educational services for the team and the participants
$10,000
Hope Center
Operating support for the drop-in day center in Rapid City for those living in poverty and the homeless, providing advocacy services and Lifelong learning classes, a telephone/message center, mailing center, and a space for individual storage
$72,000
Love, Inc.
Matching grant to help launch THRIVE - an outdoor adventure resale store and a furniture and home décor resale shop, a social enterprise
$125,000
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Leadership, development and capacity building in western South Dakota
$120,000
New Start Housing Collaborative
Housing, case management and supportive services for the chronically homeless
$550,000
Northern Hills Training Center
Physical therapy equipment
$6,300
Passages Women's Transitional Living
Residential re-entry support program in Rapid City providing services to women coming out of incarceration
$65,000
Pennington County DUI & Drug Courts
Assist participants and their families with ancillary services to encourage and reinforce positive behavior while participating in the program
$25,000
Pennington County Health & Human Services
Discretionary funds for individual's miscellaneous expenses where no other resource is available
$50,000
Volunteers of America
For Mommy's Closet, providing basic life necessities to families with children up to age five including housing, food, diapers, and clothing
$35,000
Western South Dakota Senior Services
Matching grant for a vehicle to deliver hot, nutritious meals to seniors
$26,500
Working Against Violence, Inc. (WAVI)
General operations of Project SAFE, children's programs and community education efforts
$70,000
2016 Total $2,054,800