Health Facilities Services for all of South Carolina

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Referral Services

(US Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Aging)
https://eldercare.acl.gov/Public/Index.aspx
Phone:800-677-1116 (toll free)
Description:A public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging, the Eldercare Locator connects older Americans and their caregivers with state and local area agencies on aging and community-based organizations.


(Lieutenant Governor’s Office on Aging )
https://www.getcaresc.com/
Phone:800-868-9095 (Toll Free)
Description:This directory allows allows seniors, caregivers and adults with disabilities to search for providers in their area. Categories include health, transportation and help with daily tasks. Also has information on Medicaid/Medicare enrollment and articles to determine what kind of services you or your family member may need.


(National Alliance for Hispanic Health)
https://www.healthyamericas.org/
Phone:866-783-2645 Toll Free
Description:This helpline assists Hispanic families to get basic health information to help them prevent and manage chronic conditions and refer them to local health providers and federally supported programs, including the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP).


https://www.uwasc.org/
Address:300 Arbor Lake Drive, Suite 100
Columbia, SC 29223
Maps and Directions
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.