Healthy Living Services for all of South Carolina

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Health Screening Programs

(South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services)
https://msp.scdhhs.gov/babynet/
Office Name:State Office
Address:1801 Main Street
Columbia, SC 29202
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E-Mail:BabyNet@scdhhs.gov
Phone:888-549-0820 (Toll-Free)
Description:BabyNet is South Carolina's interagency system of early intervention services for families who have infants and toddlers, birth to three years of age, with developmental delays or conditions associated with developmental delays. Children may be eligible for BabyNet if they are learning or developing slowly. Eligible children are served regardless of family income or nationality. Services are provided in everyday routines, activities and places relevant to the life of the family. Anyone (a parent, doctor, caregiver, teacher or friend) can make a referral by calling the referral phone number.


https://www.scdhec.gov/health/diseases-conditions/cancer/women-may-qualify-free-cancer-screenings
Phone:800-227-2345 Toll Free
Description:The goal of the BCN is to reduce deaths from breast and cervical cancer by funding comprehensive screening and cancer control services for women in South Carolina. Somen, ages 47-64, uninsured (or have hopsitalization insurance only), and are at or below 200% of poverty level are eligible for services. See the Website for income figures. For information on providers in your area, call the American Cancer Society at 1-800-ACS-2345 and ask about the South Carolina Best Chance Network.


(Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC))
https://muschealth.org/medical-services/womens
Address:1280 Hospital Drive, Suite 200
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
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Phone:843-876-3292
Description:This unique center has been designed exclusively for women of all ages. Services range from routine annual exams and family planning to specialty clinics that deal with the most perplexing issues that a woman might face. MUSC accepts multiple forms of payment including: personal checks, money orders, Visa, MasterCard or cash for payment on your hospital bill.


(Centers for Disease Control)
https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/nbccedp/
Phone:800-227-2345
Description:CDC's National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP) provides access to critical breast and cervical cancer screening services for underserved women in the United States. Call to find out if you qualify for a free or low-cost mammogram and Pap test and where to get screened in South Carolina.


https://www.kidney.org/offices/nkf-serving-carolinas-south-carolina
Address:508 Hampton Street, Suite 200
Columbia, SC 29201
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E-Mail:sderrick@kidneysc.org
Phone:803-799-3870
800-488-2277 (toll free)
Fax:803-799-3871
Description:This foundation gives information about kidney disease, as well as provide financial and emotional support for those who suffer from kidney disease. They also promote organ donation.


(Department of Health and Environmental Control)
https://www.scdhec.gov/health/health-public-health-clinics
Phone:855-472-3432 (Toll Free)
Description:On the map, click on the county you live in to find the location and contact information of the closest office. Services in county health departments include WIC supplemental foods and nutrition education for eligible pregnant and post-partum women and infants and children up to age 5; maternity care and education for pregnant women; family planning counseling and education and birth control; health screenings for HIV, STDs and TB; immunization, nutrition, lead screening, and social services. Services also include environmental health issues, such as restaurant inspections, on-site sewage, rabies, and West Nile Virus. Please check with your local office to see which services are offered.


free low cost
statewide resource
South Carolina HIV/AIDS Council
Address:1115 Calhoun Street
Columbia, SC 29201
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E-Mail:support@schivaidscouncil.org
Phone:803-254-6644
Fax:803-254-2209
Description:SCHAC provides services in the following areas: (a) Education and Awareness; (b) Program development and Technical Assistance(c) Free HIV Testing, Prevention Counseling, and Mobile Street Outreach, (d) Access to Community Resources and HIV/AIDS Services, and (e) Advocacy.