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Enterprises

Community business ventures with a purpose

Business ventures of Black Hills Works have varied widely during our 60-plus year history. From a sawmill and a farm in the 70s, to an art gallery and electronic recycling service today, our enterprises continue to evolve.

Today, we operate five Rapid City businesses that employ people with disabilities, offering them a supportive environment while earning an income.

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Suzie Cappa Art Center

The Suzie Cappa Art Center (SCAC) is a studio and gallery for artists of all abilities. SCAC provides a supportive, inspiring environment where artists can create, exhibit, and sell their work to the community.

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EchoWorks

EchoWorks provides electronic recycling services to Rapid City and surrounding communities.

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Flutter Productions

Founded in 2008, Flutter Productions creates opportunities for performers of all abilities to soar, challenging the perception of people with disabilities and creating a new, creative community in which performers — with and without disabilities — come together to celebrate the human spirit.

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Unique Auto Grooming

In 2020, Black Hills Works expanded to include car detailing services while offering it as a place of employment for people with disabilities.

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The Brain Rehabilitation Center

Since 1988, The Brain Rehabilitation Center has provided cognitive therapy, counseling, employment, and independent living. The Brain Rehabilitation Center is the oldest program of its kind in South Dakota and the only program serving western South Dakota.