Infant and Newborn Care Services for all of South Carolina

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Referral Services

(SC Department of Health and Environmental Control)
https://scdhec.gov/health/family-planning/family-planning-services/care-line-get-help-finding-services
Phone:855-472-3432 Toll Free
Description:This is the toll-free hotline for the state of SC serving families. Assistance and support is provided to callers in gaining access to family planning services, prenatal care, infant and child health care, care for children with special health care needs, and other related services. Care Line produces a statewide directory of services that is broken down by individual county. They also help persons on medicaid find a doctor in their area that accepts medicaid.


https://www.scfreeclinics.org/
Address:1308 Broad Street
Camden, SC 29020
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E-Mail:scfreeclinicassociation@gmail.com
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/scfreeclinics/
Phone:803-713-5993
Description:The South Carolina Free Clinic Association provides a listing of free medical clinics in the state. Click on "Member Clinics" to find the closest one near you.


(United Way of South Carolina)
https://sc211.org/
Address:914 Richland Street, Suite A200
Columbia, SC 29201
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Phone:211
866-892-9211
Description:Dial 211 or access the Web site for information and referral for emergency or non-emergency human services needs. Use this service to find assistance in your local community. Services include afordable high quality child care/after-school care, counseling and support groups, health services, food pantries and senior services.


https://www.uwasc.org/
Address:914 Richland Street, Suite A200
Columbia, SC 29201
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Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/uwasc12/
Phone:803-929-1000
Fax:866-488-6462
Description:This is the Website of the state office of The United Way. The goal of the United Way Association of South Carolina is to be a key influence in public policy, give support to the local chapters and provides leadership training to other non-profits. Local United Way agencies provide a variety of social services, including information and referral for emergency or non-emergency needs such as: counseling, food and shelter, suicide prevention, emergency shelter for children and battered women, and other human service needs. To find a United Way in your area, click on United Way Locator at the top of the page. To use the statewide database of services, click on 2-1-1.


(South Carolina Deparment of Health and Environmental Control)
https://www.scdhec.gov/health/wic-nutrition-program
Description:The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children - better known as the WIC Program - serves to safeguard the health of low-income women, infants, & children up to age 5 who are at nutritional risk by providing nutritious foods to supplement diets, information on healthy eating, and referrals to health care. If you are interested in applying for WIC please visit the website for information on contacting your local health department.