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Navigators in South Dakota

Navigators are designed as a guide to help individuals navigate where they need to go for insurance. This was created under Obamacare to help people learn about their insurance options and enrollment through an Exchange.

Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Health Board
Anticipated 2015 grant amount: $200,000
The Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board (GPTCHB) is a community based consumer focused non-profit that will provide enrollment assistance to American Indians residing on and near the eight Reservations in South Dakota and the four Reservations and one Indian Service Area in North Dakota and those residing in major urban areas served by Urban Indian Health Centers in these two States.

South Dakota Community Action Partnership
Anticipated 2015 grant amount: $400,000
The South Dakota Community Action Partnership will work with partners to assist South Dakota’s uninsured consumers to prepare electronic and/or paper applications that will establish eligibility and enrollment in coverage through the Marketplace and potentially qualify for an insurance affordability program. The South Dakota Navigators Coalition will also provide outreach and education to raise awareness about the Marketplace, and will refer consumers to consumer assistance programs when necessary.

Northeast South Dakota Community Action Program
104 Ash Street East
Sisseton, SD 57262-1908
(605) 698-7654
(888) 202-4855
Western South Dakota Community Action Agency
1844 Lombardy Drive
Rapid City SD 57703
(605) 348-1460
(800) 327-1703
Rural Office of Community Services
140 Highway 50
PO Box 70
Lake Andes, SD 57356-0070
(605) 487-7634
(877) 254-6110
Inter-Lakes Community Action Inc.
111 N Van Eps Avenue
P.O. Box 268
Madison, SD 57042
(605) 256-6518
(800) 896-4103

Additional local help options can be accessed at https://localhelp.healthcare.gov/.