Service Providers

As part of our work to increase homebuyer readiness, the South Dakota Native Homeownership Coalition has developed a resource directory of available homeownership and other asset building service providers serving Native homeowners in South Dakota. The purpose of this directory is to promote information sharing among Coalition members.

To use this online directory of homeownership service providers, simply navigate through the drop down menu below. Select the type of service you are interested in, and then click the ‘Sort’ button. A list of organizations that provide that type of service will come up. Click the ‘More Info’ button for contact information, a brief description, and a full list of homeownership services that the organization offers.

A PDF version of this directory is also available. To download a PDF of the directory, click here.

CCCS of the Black Hills

We are a non-profit, United Way, HUD approved and national accredited financial literacy counseling agency, Housing and Credit Counseling agency serving the 17 counties of Western SD, including four Native American reservations and Ellsworth AFB, for over 40 years. Our mission is helping improve financial stability through counseling and education.

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Cheyenne River Housing Authority

We are a non-profit organization here to serve the members of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe on the Cheyenne River Reservation with homebuyer counseling and mortgage loan packaging.

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Crow Creek Housing Authority

In cooperation with Crow Creek Tribal government and the Crow Creek Tribal agencies, our mission is to develop, construct and maintain safe and affordable housing for eligible Crow Creek members and to insure that a “decent, safe and sanitary housing environment” is created and perpetuated.

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Flandreau Santee Sioux Housing Authority

Flandreau Santee Sioux Housing Authority serves the tribal membership as well as other Native American and Alaskan Native populations by providing “Low Income Rental Housing” to eligible applicants.

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Four Bands Community Fund

Established in 2000, Four Bands Community Fund is a Native community development financial institution (CDFI) certified by the US Treasury and the leading organization on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation in the areas of small business development, business lending, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship education.

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GROW South Dakota

GROW South Dakota excels at providing housing, community and economic development across South Dakota. Collaboratively, GROW South Dakota and community partners work to build programs, develop community support, bridge highly effective partnerships, and evaluate outcomes.

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Habitat for Humanity – Black Hills

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Black Hills Area Habitat for Humanity has served the Black Hills Area since 1990 and maintains a full time staff, local Board of Directors and over seven volunteer committees.

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Homes Are Possible, Inc. (HAPI)

HAPI is a non-profit organization committed to the development of good quality, affordable housing.

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Hunkpati Investments, Inc.

Hunkpati Investments is a Native Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) with the mission of providing financial opportunities to stimulate economic development on the Crow Creek Sioux Reservation, Lower Brule Reservation, Buffalo, Lyman, Hughes, Hyde, and Brule Counties, including Fort Pierre in Stanley County, promoting self-sufficiency, self-determination and an enhanced quality of life for the reservation community and service area.

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Interlakes Community Action Partnership

ICAP serves 14 counties in east central SD. Not all programs are offered in all 14 counties. (Contact main office-Madison for more info) ICAP’s housing services: Mutual Self Help Housing and Rehab programs, Homeownership Education Program, and Weatherization.

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