Resources

RESOURCES

Local COVID Assistance is Available….

Re-employment:

Here is the connection to SD Dept of Labor as well: https://dlr.sd.gov/ra/individuals/default.aspx   will take you right to Re-employment.

And if it is a struggle, just have call the office at 353-7155.

Thanks to the generosity of Huron residents, COVID assistance is available to local residents and businesses.

RENTAL:

GROW South Dakota now has emergency assistance funding available for those who have been affected by COVID-19, and reside in Beadle, Brown, Campbell, Day, Edmunds, Faulk, Hand, Hughes, Hyde, McPherson, Marshall, Potter, Roberts, Spink, Stanley, Sully, or Walworth counties.

  Emergency assistance funding can help individuals with rent, utilities, and other necessary items that may have been impacted due to COVID-19. To complete an online application, please visit GROW South Dakota’s website’s login portal. https://growsd.force.com/growsdcft .

Assistance for Rent Payments Available

A coalition of organizations have arranged for rental assistance to Huron residents who have had their hours reduced or have been furloughed due to COVID-19. Thanks to a $75,000 challenge grant from Denny Sanford, the “Beadle COVID Rental Fund” will pay 100% of the rent for an apartment or home on a one-time basis.  Click here for details and to apply for assistance.

 

FOOD:

Resources for Food & Essential Needs

If you or someone you know can’t afford food or basic necessities, there are multiple resources available  in our community. Follow this link for a list of organizations that are ready and willing to help.

 Next food giveaway is unknown.

 

For Businesses…

A close up of a sign Description automatically generatedBusiness Recovery Loan has No Interest, No Payments for 2 years

Greater Huron Development has 0% interest loans with no payments for 2 years to businesses to help them bridge the gap for current cash needs. These “Forward Huron” fast-track loans require minimal documentation and no collateral. You don’t not have to be a member of Greater Huron to qualify for a loan. Thanks to Paul Christen and Terry & Nancy Schiltz for stepping up with a $200,000 grant to launch this program. Guidelines and the one-page application are at this link.