Nutrition Services for all of South Carolina

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Food Programs

https://www.angelfoodministries.com
Address:P.O. Box 128
Good Hope, GA 30641
E-Mail:angelfood@angelfoodministries.com
Phone:877-366-3646 (Toll Free, 24 Hour Hotline)
888-819-3745 (Toll Free)
770-267-7015
Fax:770-267-8031
Description:Provides families with quality nutritious food for a low cost. There are no applications or qualifications necessary to purchase, and no purchasing limits. There are more than 150 locations serving South Carolina. Please visit the Website or call for more information.


(South Carolina Department of Agriculture)
https://agriculture.sc.gov/lists/LocationByCounty.aspx?ListID=4
Description:This is a directory of the Farmers Markets in South Carolina. Information for each market includes the type of facility, address, hours of operation and contact information. Click under "Publications" to find Roadside Markets and growers who are certified under the "Certified South Carolina" program, who participate in promoting South Carolina produce.


(South Carolina Department of Social Services)
https://dss.sc.gov/contact/
Address:1535 Confederate Avenue
Columbia, SC 29201
Maps and Directions
Description:On the map, click on the county you live in to find the location and contact information of the closest office. Or you can click on the county that you live in on the right-hand column. Services include foster care, protective services for children and adults, child care assistance, Young Parent program, child support assistance, and family services. Eligibility is based on income for some programs.


(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.