Safe HavenSafe Haven Contact: Anna Thomas
Shelter for homeless women, children and families. Allows person/family to stay 30 days to obtain self-sufficiency.
Hours of Operation: 5:00pm-12am, 12:30pm-7:30am
Area served: Colleton and Hampton counties
617 Black Street Walterboro SC 29488
Safe KidsSafe Kids Contact: Yvonne Penfield
Safe Kids Worldwide is a global organization dedicated to protecting kids from unintentional injuries. Serves the lowcountry of South Carolina.
501 Robertson Blvd Walterboro SC 29488
Salvation Army – SavannahSalvation Army – Savannah Contact: Captain Marion, Linda James
Emergency/Transitional Shelter – The Salvation Army provides a host of social
service programs available to the homeless population, job placement, medical
assistance and basic-needs programs. This can include case management, life
skills, access to telephones, mail delivery, laundry, showers and personal storage
areas. 2 hot meals a day plus snacks.
Rehabilitation Program – The Salvation Army provides residential
rehabilitation services for men who are battling homelessness, poverty,
unemployment and chemical and substance dependency. The Rehabilitation
Center operates and manages all local Salvation Army thrift and family stores.
Proceeds from the sale of items at Salvation Army thrift and family stores benefit
the programs and services of the local Rehabilitation Center. Professional and
spiritual counseling programs are also available, job training, placement, and
work rehabilitation services.
• Project Share – Electric, Gas, Water, Rent Assistance and RX Assistance.
Clients must provide documentation of income, expenses for all persons in
household. Receipts for expenses paid. Dispossessory warrant along with copy
of lease. Cut Off notice from utility company. (Chatham Co. Residents Only)
• Prevention Services, Financial assistance. Financial and intense Case
Management to keep individuals and families in their home. Utility,
Housing, ,moving, and financial counseling.
• Furnishing – is provided to fire victims and individuals moving out of public
shelter. Must have referral. Furnishing is not always readily available.
• Food Assistance – Available for walk-ins 9-11:30 and 1- 4. If receiving food
stamps, must have a referral from DFCS case worker with verifiable need.
• Soup Kitchen– We will feed anyone Monday – Sunday at 6pm.
• Clothing Assistance – Verifiable need.
• Thrift Stores – 3100 Montgomery Street and 42 W. Montgomery Cross Roads.
Provides low cost clothing and household items.
• Disaster Services – Provides responses to critical work force. Emergency food
and shelter for victim of disasters (manmade or natural)
3100 Montgomery Street Savannah GA 31405
Sandalwood Community Food PantrySandalwood Community Food Pantry Contact: Rev. Dr. Nannette Pierson
A free choice grocery pantry open every Tuesday and Friday from 11:30am- 1:00pm and also offer other basic needs items. Monthly blood pressure checks. Donation drop off times are Tuesdays & Fridays from 10:30am to 1:30pm.
Geographical Area served: Hilton Head Island, SC
114 Beach City Rd. P.O. Box 5061 HIlton Head Island SC 29938
SC AccessSC Access Contact: Jennifer Van Cleave
The mission of SC Access is to help older adults, people with disabilities, and those who care for them access useful information about long term support and needed services. Through the use of a comprehensive web-based service directory and regional Information and Referral Specialists, individuals will be able to find options for care throughout South Carolina to enable them to live as independently as possible. Services are free and confidential.
Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri, 8:30 am-5:00pm
1301 Gervais St., Ste 350 Columbia SC 29201
SC Department of Probation, Parole & Pardon Services – BeaufortSC Department of Probation, Parole & Pardon Services – Beaufort Contact: Suzeanne C. Foot
Supervise adults who receive probation from General Sessions Court and inmates released from Department of corrections on parole or other early release programs. Interstate Compact (ICS); cases transferring in and out of state.
Serves: Beaufort County.
1905 Duke Street Room 230 P. O. Box 37 Beaufort SC 29901
SC Department of Probation, Parole & Pardon Services – JasperSC Department of Probation, Parole & Pardon Services – Jasper Contact: David Hotchkiss
Supervise adults who receive probation from General Sessions Court and inmates released from Department of Corrections on parole or other early release programs. Interstate Compact (ICS); cases transferring in and out of state.
Serves: Jasper County.
PO Box 577 214 Second Avenue Ridgeland SC 29936
SC Homeownership and Employment Lending ProgramSC Homeownership and Employment Lending Program Contact: SC Housing Corp
Helps families stay in their homes or otherwise avoid preventable foreclosure. Assists responsible borrowers who are facing the possibility of foreclosure due to circumstances beyond his/her control. For example, unemployment, death of spouse, catastrophic medical expenses and/or divorce. Apply online at http://www.scmortgagehelp.com to begin the application process. Call Center support is available for homeowners who do not have internet access. Call toll free 1-855-HELP-4-SC. A SC HELP approved housing counselor will guide you through the application process. For a list of approved housing counseling agencies and additional program information, visit http://www.scmortgagehelp.com.
SC Housing SearchSC Housing Search
Free service for listing and locating affordable housing in your area.
SC Lowcountry SCORESC Lowcountry SCORE Contact: Gene Sherman
Free, confidential counseling to small business clients in Beaufort, Colleton, Jasper and Hampton counties to increase the probability of sucess for existing and prospective businesses.
1 Chamber Commerce Drive PO Box 5647 Hilton Head Island SC 29938