Domestic Violence Services for the City of Charleston, SC

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(Charleston Police Department)
Address:180 Lockwood Boulevard
Charleston, SC 29403
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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.
Address:P.O. Box 5341
North Charleston, SC 29405
Phone:843-744-3242 Twenty-Four Hour Crisis Line
800-273-4673 Toll Free
843-747-4069 Administration
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.

(Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Institute of Psychaitry)
Office Name:Department of Behavioral Sciences
Address:67 President Street, IOP 2 South, MSC 861
Charleston, SC 29425
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Description:The center offers a variety of assessment, intervention and treatment services to adults and children who are victims of violent crimes, as well as their families. They also treat victims of other forms of trauma, such as automobile accidents, house fires and natural disasters. Has several different programs including a community outreach program for those who are unable to come to the clinic; a Hispanic outreach program called Esperanza; and a program that helps domestic violence victims. A psychiatrist is also available once a week for to check patients' physical health and consult on medications. Services may be free for those who qualify for the SC Crime Victims Compensation program.
Address:573 Meeting Street
P.O. Box 20038
Charleston, SC 29413
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Description:Provides meals, shelter and advocacy for the homeless. Services include case management, primary health care, mental health care, job counseling, legal services. Men, women and children are served.
Office Name:Summerville Shelter
Address:107 Elks Lodge Lane
Summerville, SC 29483
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Address:259 Meeting Street, 2nd Floor
Suite 302
Charleston, SC 29401
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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.

free low cost
Address:P.O. Box 71583
North Charleston, SC 29415
Phone:800-273-8255 Toll Free
Description:A hotline for teens. Supervised/trained teens provide general counseling, listening support and crisis intervention on any issue over the phone. Information and referral services in Tri-county are also available.
Address:6296 Rivers Avenue
North Charleston, SC 29406
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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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Phone:843-761-6033 (Moncks Corner)
843-851-4155 (Summerville)
Office Name:Dorchester Service Center
Address:117 South Main Street
Summerville, SC 29483
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(Mount Pleasant Police Department)
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.