Financial Assistance Services for the City of Charleston, SC

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Social Services

http://www.channelthebeacon.org
Address:6650 Rivers Avenue, Suite 1408
Charleston, SC 29406
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E-Mail:info@channelthebeacon.org
Phone:843-576-1408
Fax:843-278-9275
Description:Provides case management services for those with mental retardation, physical disabilities, autism, head and spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries and individuals 55 and older. They also serve at-risk children. They partner with government and community agencies to help provide services, which include tutoring and life coaching. Channel The Beacon has service coordinators and licensed social workers on their staff.


(Charleston Police Department)
http://sc-charleston.civicplus.com/?nid=629
Address:180 Lockwood Boulevard
Charleston, SC 29403
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E-Mail:lyczanym@charleston-sc.gov
Phone:843-720-2473
Description:Provides a direct and confidential line for survivors and victims of domestic violence. Also provides assistance with various needs, including shelter, victim compensation, explaining the criminal justice system and helping with survival tips and safety plans. Community referrals also made.


http://www.dnlcc.org/
Office Name:1061 King Street
E-Mail:lcc@dnlcc.org
Phone:843-723-3600
Fax:843-720-7106
Description:Center works with medical professionals, social workers, and law enforcement to perform forensic medical exams and assessments, to ensure the safety of the of the child, and to provide counseling and treatment to child victims and their families. This agency is an accredited member of the National Children's Alliance.


http://www.eccocharleston.org/site/c.8pLJLVPxEaLSH/b.8343465/k.BE7D/Home.htm
Address:1145 Six Mile Road
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
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E-Mail:info@eccocharleston.org
Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/ECCO.Charleston
Phone:843-849-9220
Fax:843-849-0943
Description:ECCO's services and programs are offered at no charge and include but are not limited to...an emergency food pantry, emergency financial assistance for utilities, housing and other economic needs; medical outreach to assist client suffering from chronic illness to obtain needed prescription medicines; diabetes education, the operation of an emergency dental clinic, and providing donated household furnishings and clothing, and client referral services to other organizations and agencies in the greater Charleston area.


http://www.aids-services.com/
Address:3547 Meeting Street Road
North Charleston, SC 29405
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E-Mail:Information@aids-services.com
Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/people/Lowcountry-Aids/1753218435
Phone:843-747-2273
877-874-0230 (Toll-Free)
Fax:843-745-0431
Description:A private, non-profit organization providing education, counseling, referral, and direct services to persons with HIV Disease and/or their families. They can help with place to live, medical attention, and emotional support. It is a community-based advocacy organization and offers public education on HIV and on HIV prevention. Free HIV testing is available, no appointment necessary, and results are immediate. Bilingual staff is available for those who speak Spanish.


http://mysistershouse.org/
Address:P.O. Box 5341
North Charleston, SC 29405
E-Mail:hope@mysistershouse.com
Phone:843-744-3242 Twenty-Four Hour Crisis Line
800-273-4673 Toll Free
843-747-4069 Administration
Fax:843-747-6592
Description:Provides free and confidential information and help to victims of domestic violence. Services include: 24-hour crisis counseling, emergency shelter, victim advocacy, legal assistance, case management, information and referral, support groups, and children's services.


http://www.olmoutreach.org
Address:1684 Brownswood Road
Johns Island, SC 29457
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E-Mail:olmoutreach@aol.com
Phone:843-559-4109
Fax:843-559-8819
Description:This is a faith based program for people of Johns, James, and Wadmalaw Islands who are in need of social services and basic health care and do not have the means to pay for such services. Outreach staff conducts interviews and assessments, provide emergency services (food, clothing, household items, financial assistance) and home visits. Seasonal farm workers' needs are served by providing emergency services, health outreach and advocacy. Employment skills, literacy classes and parenting classes are also offered. Call 559-4493 for more information.


http://peopleagainstrape.org/
Address:2154 North Center Street
Suite 302
North Charleston, SC 29406
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E-Mail:par@peopleagainstrape.org
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/PeopleAgainstRapeLRCC
Phone:800-241-7273 Hotline Toll Free
843-745-0144 Hotline Local
Description:Provides supportive and crisis counseling to victims and family members of sexual assault and intimate violence. Provides information and referral about medical and legal proceedings. Provides support by accompanying victims to any medical or legal proceedings. Offers group support, resources, referrals and public education. Bilingual advocacy services are also available.


http://www.tuw.org/
Address:6296 Rivers Avenue
North Charleston, SC 29406
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E-Mail:tuwc@tuw.org
Phone:843-740-9000
Fax:843-566-7192
Description:The Trident United Way supports 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.
Office Name:Berkeley Service Center
Address:325 East Main Street
Moncks Corner, SC 29461
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E-Mail:cmorton@tuw.org
Phone:843-761-6033 (Moncks Corner)
843-851-4155 (Summerville)
Fax:843-899-6546
Office Name:Dorchester Service Center
Address:117 South Main Street
Summerville, SC 29483
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E-Mail:cmorton@tuw.org
Phone:843-821-5000
Fax:843-851-4152


(Mount Pleasant Police Department)
http://sc-mountpleasant.civicplus.com/index.aspx?NID=188
Address:100 Ann Edwards Lane
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
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Phone:843-856-2189 Victim Advocate
843-849-3003 Senior Victim Advocate
Description:The Victim Services Unit provides help to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse, harassment (stalking), and homicide. Help includes compensation, referrals, crisis counseling, assistance in obtaining restraining orders, help in finding shelter, help in understanding the court system, support groups, education about abuse and self-protection, cell phones for emergencies, and safety planning.