Grants Awarded - Health and Human Services

2019

Abbot House, Inc.
To build two foster homes for children in foster care and apartments for youth aging out of the foster care system
$350,000
CommonBond
To expand the availability of affordable housing and provide supportive services in Rapid City over a multi-year period
$3,231,000
Feeding South Dakota
General operating support of Rapid City Child Hunger Programs
$50,000
Hope Center
For operating expenses to support programming to assist individuals working through the crisis of poverty and homelessness
$72,000
Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA)
For children in Western South Dakota to attend the MDA Summer Camp at Camp Courage in Maple Lake, MN
$2,000
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
To implement the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administrations 8 Dimensions of Wellness Initiative through a model called “Moving from Illness to Wellness” for individuals and families impacted by mental illness
$120,000
New Start Housing Collaborative
To provide housing vouchers for individuals and families unable to access public housing and receiving extensive case management and support services
$550,000
Northern Hills Drug & 4th Circuit DUI Courts
Assist participants and their families with ancillary services to encourage and reinforce positive behavior while participating in the program
$20,000
Volunteers of America
  • $100,000 - Coordination of the Black Hills Regional Homeless Coalition
  • $50,000 - Mommy’s Closet, providing basic life necessities to families with children up to age five including housing, food, diapers, and clothing
$150,000
Western SD Senior Services, Inc.
For purchase of a temperature-controlled delivery truck along with operating expenses to provide meals to seniors (Meals on Wheels)
$300,000
Working Against Violence, Inc. (WAVI)
  • $220,500 - Operating support for Project Safe, children's programs and community outreach and education efforts related to domestic violence
  • $50,000 - Youth Violence in Prevention (YVIP) collaborative programming for local youth in middle school and high school to participate in educational leadership building sessions and create youth projects on sexual violence prevention
$270,500
2019 Total $5,115,500