Office of Early Childhood, Parenting & Family LiteracyOffice of Early Childhood, Parenting & Family Literacy Contact: Ashley Hutchinson
Parent education/family literacy, early childhood services & Parents as Teachers home visitation program. Parent Information and Resource Centers provide adult literacy, child assessments, interagency collaboration, and case management for parents of young children.
Areas Served: Beaufort County
PO Drawer 309 Beaufort SC 29901
Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management – SC DHECOffice of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management – SC DHEC Contact: Geordy Madlinger- Beaufort area; Paul Wojoski- Hilton Head Area
Environmental engineer handles storm water, waste water and water supply permits for Beaufort and Jasper counties. Regulates development in eight coastal counties, dock permits, erosion control devices, critical and all Atlantic Ocean development.
Serves: Beaufort, Jasper and Colleton Counties.
104 Parker Drive Beaufort SC 29906
Old Savannah City MissionOld Savannah City Mission Contact: Bill Stiles
Offers food and clothing to men women and children and emergency shelter for men. Also offers a 13 month program called clean start for men who have decided they are serious about getting off of drugs and alcohol. Also have a fresh start program for men who, while incarcerated, found Christ or rededicated their lives to Christ and are seeking a fresh start in life.. The mission offers 3 hot meals Monday-Saturday and dinner on Sunday.
Area Served: Bryan, Camden, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Mcintosh, South Carolina
One80PlaceOne80Place Contact: Stacy Denaux
Homeless shelter for individuals, families and Veterans; provides: meals, mental health services, legal services, case management, referrals to other agencies, substance abuse counseling, and employment services.
Area Served: South Carolina
35 Walnut Street PO Box 20038 Charleston SC 29403
Operation Holiday HeroesOperation Holiday Heroes Contact: Chrystie Turner
Beaufort County wide collaboration of human service agencies whose mission is to assure that every child and family in need in Beaufort County has toys and food at Christmas.
PO Box 202 Beaufort SC 29901-0202
Osprey Village Thrift StoreOsprey Village Thrift Store Contact: David J. Green
The thrift store provides ongoing operational funds for OSPREY Village, Inc., a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that is dedicated to developing an inclusive, intergenerational residential community to support intellectually challenged and developmentally disabled adults and their families in the area. The store offers a wide variety of clothing, furniture, toys, electronics and household items for sale. It alos serves as a job training setting for special needs adults. Donors and volunteers also welcome. Store is open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm.
2797 N. Okatie Hwy PO Box 22854, Ridgeland SC 29936
Osprey Village, Inc.Osprey Village, Inc. Contact: David J. Green
An inclusive, intergenerational residential community for developmentally disabled adults and their familes in Southern Beaufort County.
PO Box 22854 Hilton Head Island SC 29925
Our Lady’s PantryOur Lady’s Pantry Contact: Pam Price
The mission of Our Lady’s Pantry is to follow the command of Jesus Christ to “Feed the poor.” We endeavor to accomplish our mission in the spirit of pious humility and respect for all who are in our need of assistance. In addition we will make every effort to assist those who have other needs by referring them to other agencies through prayer, and other works of mercy.
The pantry provides emergency food assistance. Recipients at Our Lady’s Pantry typically recieve canned goods, bread, meat, vegetables, fruit, and desserts at no cost. Eligibility to receive food from the pantry is based on the requirements set by Lowcountry Foodbank. If not participating in one of the qualifier programs, the household must have a total household income that does not exceed 150% of the current poverty level for the number of persons in household.
All clients at the pantry must present an up to date valid photo ID in order to be served. New clients must also provide one additional document which states the same name and address of the person’s ID and shows proof that they live in the lowcountry of SC.
Volunteer opportunities available: bagging and distributing groceries, conducting client interviews. Doctors and nurses also needed to assist with Wellness Works program.
Hours of operation: Mon-Fri- 11AM-3:00PM. Closed all national holidays and Diocesan Holidays.
Geographical Area Served: Lowcountry of SC
30 Carolyn Drive Beaufort SC 29907