Community Resources



Oyate Connections

Phone: 964-641

Address:
118 S Willow St
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Offers services that are designed to support Native American students, workers, and the unemployed with intake assessment, orientation, testing, job searching, job placement, employment goals, computer services, internet research, resume writing, basic email skills and youth job services. Provides assistance to individuals overcoming personal and enbirionmental handicaps which inhibits their employability. Applicants must be enrolled members of a Federally recognized tribe.


Lakota Thrifty Mart – Eagle Butte

Phone: 605-964-2944

Address:
Highway 212 and Main Street
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Full service grocery that is tribally owned and operated that is open Mon-Sun 7:30 AM – 10:00 PM. Weekly ad featured in the West River Eagle Newspaper.


Timber Lake City Office

Phone: 605-865-3790

Address:
700 Main St
Timber Lake, SD 57656

Water, sewer, and garbage services. Sign-up for and bill pay at the City Office.


CRST Support Services

Phone: 605-964-6565

Address:
100 Main St
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Offers a variety of services including: college grants, food orders, medical assistance, funeral grants, temporary housing expense payment, utilities/propane assistance, school clothing vouchers. Non-tribal members can utilize resources if the parents are enrolled members of the children.


Queen of the Holy Rosary Catholic Church - Trail City

Phone: 605-865-3653


CRST Department of Transportation

Phone: 605-964-6960

Address:
24395 US-212
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Offers services to the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe by road and bridge construction, road maintenance and the Elderly Roads Program.


Women, Infants, & Children (WIC)

Phone: 964-394

Address:
16618 243rd Ave.
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Provides a supllemental nutrition program that offers allowable foods to women pregnant, post, and breast feeding


Upell Medical Clinic

Phone: 605-964-7700

Address:
Main Street
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Serving Eagle Butte and surrounding area with quality and confidential health care.


Project H3LP!

Website: http://www.projecth3lp.org/

Address:
BIA Rd. 8 Mile Marker 26
Armstrong, SD 57625

A non-profit program that offers horsemanship lessons for youth and health and ecology programs. Provides support to youth through the development of a stable, substantial foundation that is essential for a successful life.


CRST Behavioral Health

Phone: 605-964-0722

Address:
24276 166th St Airport Rd
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

The Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse programs began the process of cooperative care approach to improve patient care, which is vital to address current issues of suicides and methamphetamine use on the reservation. The Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse program provides counseling which is accessable through making an appointment. The Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse program is open throughout the week 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM.


CRST Communities That Care Coalition

Phone: 605-200-1315

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CheyenneRiverCTC

Address:
118 S Willow St
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

CTC is a data-driven youth prevention effort that is working in the Eagle Butte community on Cheyenne River. It was brought to the community by Missouri Breaks in 2021 and is supported by more than 40 local community members. Our vision is, "Cheyenne River is a community where our youth are healthy, culturally grounded, confident in their identity, and equipped with the fundamental skills for success in life."


Dupree Baptist Church

Phone: 605-200-0732


Cheyenne River Youth Project (CRYP)

Phone: 605-964-8200

Website: http://www.lakotayouth.org/

Address:
702 4th Street
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

A nonprofit organization that provides innovative, culturally relevant youth programming and family services on CRST. Its facilities include The Main Youth Center (ages 4-12); Cokata Wiconi Teen Center (ages 13-18); Winyan Toka Win Garden; and Waniyetu Wowapi Art Park. CRYP offers daily after-school educational and recreational programming, special events, teen internships, mentoring, garden club, book clubs, wellness activities, social enterprise activities (Keya Gift Shop, Keya Cafe & Coffee Shop and Leading Lady Farmer's Market); arts programming through the Waniyetu Wowapi Lakota Youth Arts Institute, and much more. The Family Services membership program supports Cheyenne River’s families by providing access to monthly support services, emergency heat assistance, and bulk distributions such as winter coats and school supplies.


Sioux YMCA

Phone: 605-365-5232

Website: http://www.siouxymca.org/

Address:
PO. Box 218
Dupree, SD 57623

Community youth can utilize the YMCA to play pool, darts, foosball, or sign up for computer literacy classes. The YMCA offers various activities throughout the summer months, youth can also attend the "Camp Marrowbone" and summer day camps which include meals in the communities of Swiftbird, White Horse, Cherry Creek, and Bear Creek.


Oglala Lakota College (OLC) – Eagle Butte Campus

Phone: 605-964-8011

Website: http://www.olc.edu/

Address:
100 Lincoln St
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Offering college classes, education services, and cultural activities.


Moreau Grand Electric Cooperative

Phone: 605-865-3511

Website: http://www.mge.coop/

Address:
P.O. Box 8
Timber Lake, SD 57656

Provides electric energy services and is a cooperative made up of and owned by those they serve. Offers a water heater rebate program, delivers energy education and electric safety courses in schools and communities.

Toll-free: 800-952-3158
Eagle Butte: 605-964-2977
Timber Lake: 605-865-3511


Tribal Ventures

Phone: 605-964-2016

Website: http://www.crtribalventures.org/

Address:
202 East Prairie Road
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Seeks to improve conditions on the Cheyenne River Reservation through community development and empowerment.


Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

Phone: 964-838

Website: http://www.sioux.org/

Address:
100 Main St
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Provides assistance with propane, electricity, fuel oil and wood, and Emergency Crisis funds 1 time per year. The program starts in December and ends in March. The LIHEAP is based on guidelines. Pick up application at LIHEAP Office to apply.


State Bank of Eagle Butte

Phone: 605-964-3411

Website: http://www.statebankofeaglebutte.com/

Address:
124 Main Street
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Offers a broad range of banking products and services to meet the customer’s needs. Service hours are Mon-Fri 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM.


Dakota Plains Legal Services

Phone: 605-964-2175

Address:
120 West Frontier Ave
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Non-profit law office, which covers Dewey, Ziebach, Potter and Haakon Counties. Handles cases in Indian law, family law, health services, education services, income maintenance, criminal cases, guardian ad litem, juvenile defenders, civil legal services, and defense types of work.


Keya Foundation

Phone: 605-964-3418

Website: http://www.keyafoundation.org/

Address:
118 S Willow St
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Works to build capacity within our communities by "Helping others, help themselves." The Lakota Artistry Project helps artists promote, market and sell their art work. The Parenting in Poverty Initiative uses education to improve the health of infants and is establishing a Healthy Children’s Coalition for CRST.


South Dakota Department of Social Services (DSS)

Phone: 605-964-4484

Website: https://dss.sd.gov/

Address:
1302 Willow St
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Offers a variety of services including: Child Protective Service (Child Protection Services non-emergency report number: 1-866-442-2095 and all emergency child abuse and neglect reports call 9-1-1), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). An Adult Services & Aging staff member also comes to the Eagle Butte office from Pierre. DSS also provides information about other state of South Dakota programs.


Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)

Address:
2001 Main St
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Provides services for the following: Real Estate, Leasing, Probates, Facilities Management, Road Maintenance, Property and Supply, Social Services Programs for welfare assistance and child welfare.


CRST Public Defender's Office

Phone: 605-964-4224

Website: https://www.sioux.org/

Address:
2105 Willow St
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Works to ensure the protection through accurate judicial processes as an integral part of the Tribe's justice system, working to secure equal access to justice for all, providing effective assistance of counsel to indigent adults or juveniles accused of crimes of delinquency, and handling appeals when necessary in criminal and juvenile cases.


Cheyenne River Gas Company

Phone: 605-964-3307

Address:
311 South Main St
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

Propane sales across Cheyenne River.


Dupree Community Daycare

Phone: 605-365-5788

State licensed facility and care for children 1 month to 12 years of age, offers an early learning program that covers all ages as well as an afterschool learning program.  Works with Birth to 3 Connections to have school success.


Country Market Grocery

Phone: 605-865-3606

Address:
412 9th Street
Timber Lake, SD 57656

Offering food, beverages, groceries, cards, balloons, health-care, personal hygiene, and household products.


Dewey County Library – Timber Lake

Phone: 605-865-3541

Address:
712 Main St
Timber Lake, SD 57656

Lending library offering large selection of fiction, non-fiction, children’s books, fax service, free internet and computer use open Monday – Friday 9:00AM to Noon and 1:00 to 5:00PM.


Tri-County/Mni Waste' Water Association

Phone: 605-964-7760

Address:
228 E. Prairie Rd.
Eagle Butte, SD 57625

A water utility company serving the Cheyenne River Reservation. Services can be accessed by application within the counties of: Dewey, Ziebach and Meade.


Life Line (Telephone) Assistance Program

Phone: 605-773-2301

Website: http://puc.sd.gov/lifeline/triballifeline.aspx

Address:
500 E. Capitol Ave
Pierre, SD 57501

Lifeline helps eligible consumers save on their monthly phone bill on either a landline or wireless service. (limit 1 phone line per household). Residents of tribal lands, see Tribal Lifeline and Tribal Link Up at the CRST Telephone Authority – 605-964-2600.