Homeless Health Concerns Services for all of South Carolina
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|Address:||3519 Medical Drive|
Columbia, SC 29203
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|Description:||The vision is to provide offenders, former offenders, the homeless, troubled youth, veterans and their families the tools they need to become productive citizen members, also provides anger management education classes for first time offenders. Please call for contact information for other counties.|
(U.S. Department of Health and Human Services)
|Phone:||888-373-7888 (Toll Free)|
|Description:||National, 24-hour, toll-free hotline number to obtain information and help if you or someone you know is a victim of human trafficking. Available services include crisis intervention, urgent and non-urgent referrals, tip reporting, and comprehensive anti-trafficking resources and technical assistance for the anti-trafficking field and those who wish to get involved.|
|Address:||1320 Richland St.|
P.O. Box 7776
Columbia, SC 29202
Maps and Directions
|Phone:||800-260-9293 (Toll Free)|
|Description:||For services in your area, look under Our Members found on the bottom bar. SCCADVASA is a statewide advocacy coalition of all the domestic violence shelters and rape crisis centers in South Carolina to represent the needs of victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. It promotes awareness and tries to influence public policy. They provide: technical assistance in the development and expansion of resources and services; statistics and references; training and technical assistance to elected officials, law enforcement, health care agencies, social service agencies and other helping agencies; information and consultation to victims and survivors; and legislative and public policy updates.|
On the Web site, one can find educational material on the bottom under Know More.
|Address:||PO Box 212863|
Columbia, SC 29221
|Phone:||888-852-1900 (Toll Free)|
|Description:||An advocacy organization for victims and witnesses of crime in South Carolina which promotes awareness and public policy that protects victims. It provides: legislative updates; technical assistance; facilitates training, research and evaluation; educates and coordinates policy development; encourages citizen and victim participation. |
On the Web site, one can find resources and services by clicking on Search SCVAN Resources found on the left side of the page.
|Description:||WomensLaw.org provides easy-to-understand legal information to women living with or escaping domestic violence. Their national site provides state specific legal information to help women who are victims of domestic abuse. Here you will find a list of organizations in South Carolina that can help victims of domestic violence by providing counseling and support, shelter, and advocacy.|