Advocacy Services for Fairfield County

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Advocacy Services

https://www.able-sc.org/
Office Name:Midlands Office
Address:720 Gracern Road, Suite 106
Columbia, SC 29210
Maps and Directions
Phone:803-779-5121
800-681-6805 Toll Free
803-779-0949 TTY
Fax:803-779-5114
Description:Programs and services support persons with disabilities by taking full advantage of community resources, enhancing personal opportunities, and determining the direction of their lives. Advocacy, information and referral, independent living skills, and peer counseling are the four core service areas of able South Carolina. Their web site includes information about support groups and respite.
Office Name:Greenville Office
Address:135 Edinburgh Court, Suite 101
Greenville, SC 29607
Maps and Directions
Phone:864-235-1421
800-681-7715 Toll Free
864-235-8798 TTY
Fax:864-235-2056


(Acercamiento Hispano/Hispanic Outreach)
http://www.schispanicoutreach.org/latinos-against-aids-1.html
Address:P.O. Box 3820
Columbia, SC 29230
E-Mail:cesantiago@schispanicoutreach.org
Phone:803-419-5112
Fax:803-829-8445
Description:Latinos Contra SIDA delivers culturally and linguistically appropriate HIV/AIDS/STD prevention, information, counseling and testing to achieve its goal of promoting education and early detection among the Latino community. The program performs activities that include: risk reduction counseling, outreach activities, HIV testing and test counseling, resource advocacy, condom distribution, HIV prevention trainings, social services, and community referrals.


http://palss.org/
Address:2638 Two Notch Road, Suite 108
Columbia, SC 29204
Maps and Directions
E-Mail:info@palss.org
Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/PALSS?ref=ts
Phone:803-779-7257
800-922-7319 (Toll-Free)
Fax:803-799-1473
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. Also houses Adams Place, which offers health screenings and referral services for men.


https://palmettocasa.org/
Address:106 North York Street
Lancaster, SC 29720
Maps and Directions
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/palmettocasa/
Phone:803-286-5232
Description:Provides supportive and crisis counseling to victims and family members. Provides information and referral about medical and legal proceedings. Provides support by accompanying victims to any medical or legal proceedings. Offers groups support, Education and Resource Library to help assist victims. Provides supportive and crisis counseling to victims and family members. Provides information and referral about medical and legal proceedings. Provides support by accompanying victims to any medical or legal proceedings. Offers group support, Education and Resource Library to help assist victims. Also has a children's advocacy center that serves child victims.


http://www.sistercare.org/
Address:PO Box 1029
Columbia, SC 29202
Phone:800-637-7606 Toll Free Hotline
803-765-9428 Hotline
803-926-0505 Administration
Fax:803-794-0098
Description:Sistercare, Inc. is the only organization in South Carolina's Midlands that provides shelter, services, and advocacy to battered women and their children. Services include a 24-hour crisis line, children's counseling, community counseling services, individual counseling, follow up, legal advocacy, medical crisis intervention, and community education and training. Sistercare is a private, non-profit 501C3 United Way member agency that relies on the financial support of individuals, businesses, and civic and faith organizations.


(South Carolina Governor's Office)
http://gal.sc.gov/
Office Name:1205 Pendleton Street, Suite 477
E-Mail:gal@oepp.sc.gov
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/GALCHILDADVOCATE/
Phone:800-277-0113 (Toll Free)
803-734-1695
Fax:803-734-1694
Description:This program recruits, trains and supervises volunteers to represent and advocate for children in family court proceedings involving allegations of neglect or abuse. The state Website has links to each county office and county-specific training schedules.