National and State Websites
For sexual assault and domestic violence help, no matter your location, please visit the following websites. They contain valuable community resources that help survivors make healthy choices and get back on their feet.
Behavior Management Systems
Career Learning Center of the Black Hills
Consumer Credit Counseling of the Black Hills
Early Childhood Connections
South Dakota 2-1-1
South Dakota Department of Human Services
Volunteers of America
Youth and Family Services
American Bar Association Commission on Domestic Violence
Futures Without Violence
Incite! Women of Color Against Violence
Mark Wynn - Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention Training and Consulting
National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Parents for Megan's Law--references regarding sexual assault and sex offender registration
RAINN - Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network
South Dakota Coalition Ending Domestic and Sexual Violence
South Dakota Legislature - Find S.D. state laws regarding domestic violence and sexual assault
South Dakota Network Against Family Violence and Sexual Assault
South Dakota Sex Offender Registry
South Dakota Unified Judicial System - for access to the online Protection and Stalking Orders system
The National Center for Victims of Crime
U. S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women
Violence Against Women
Women of Color Network
Domestic Violence C.A.R.E. Team
Lower Brule Sioux Tribe
Oglala Sioux Tribe Department of Public Safety
Pennington County Sheriff's Office
Pennington County Sheriff's Office - Civil Division - for information on Protection Orders
Rapid City Police Department
Rosebud Sioux Tribe
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
Children's Inn - Sioux Falls, S.D.
Missouri Shores - Pierre, S.D.
White Buffalo Calf Women's Society - Mission, S.D.
For additional Black Hills community resources, visit our Community Resource Guide.
Fact: Receiving repeated unwanted phone calls, voicemails, and text messages was the most commonly experienced tactic among victims of stalking.