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Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired South Carolina

Agency provides: *specialized information and referral for transportation, clinics, guide dog veterinarian costs, visual aids *eye care *life skills education for people who are visually impaired *vocational rehabilitation

1 Carriage Lane

Bldg A

Charleston, SC 29407

(843) 723-6915

Carolina Youth Development Center

Agency provides: *Residential children's care facility - Ages 0-21 *Transitional Housing program to Independent living for ages 17-21 *Runaway/Homeless Youth program *Adolescent/youth counseling services *Life skills education *Mentoring program *Youth literacy program *Case and care management *Family engagement program *Donor services *Volunteer opportunities *Charleston Emergency Shelter (must be referred by a caseworker) *Callen-Lacey Center for Children of Carolina Youth Development Center (must be referred by a caseworker) *Ledford House (must be referred by a caseworker) *NuHouse- Independent living programs

5055 Lackawanna Blvd.

North Charleston, SC 29405

(843) 266-5200

Charleston Area Senior Citizens Services, Inc.

Services include: *Meals on Wheels of Charleston *Emergency food pantry *Subsidized housing (Ansonborough House has 77 units) *All Are Welcome Free Breakfast Cafe - ***Service currently suspended*** *Recreational, health & wellness programs - ***Service currently suspended*** *Senior centers with hot noon meals - ***Services provided via delivery*** *Transportation to and from facility- ***Service currently suspended***

259 Meeting St.

Charleston, SC 29401

(843) 722-4127

Charleston County Government Programs

Agency provides: *family law - child support enforcement/assistance *business licensing *coroner's office *family court *local government offices *mental health court *veteran affairs office that provides benefits assistance / reintegration counseling *emergency preparedness and planning

4045 Bridge View Drive

North Charleston, SC 29405

(843) 958-4000

Charleston Legal Access

Agency provides: *General legal aid *Eviction prevention legal assistance (see service for details) *Elder law *Domestic/Family Violence legal assistance *Immigration legal assistance *Consumer law *Referrals *For housing court, Charleston County residents with eviction notice from North Area 1, 2, 3 or West Ashley Magistrate Courts **You can qualify for a CLA lawyer if your household gross annual income is less than $51,040 (single person); $68,960 (two-person household); $86,880 (three-person); or $104,800 (four-person)** For housing court, residents with an eviction notice from North Area 1 Magistrate Court and North Area 3 Magistrate Court: Income requirement is 200% of Federal Poverty Guidelines - See chart under eligibility Agency does NOT provide assistance with criminal law

3775 Spruill Ave

Suite B

North Charleston, SC 29405

(843) 640-5980

Charleston Vet Center

Please call before coming as many services can be provided over the phone.

3625 W Montague Avenue

North Charleston, SC 29418

(843) 789-7000

Delancey Street Foundation

Agency provides: *re-entry program *residential substance use disorder treatment facilities *training and employment

2510 N Hobson AVE

North Charleston, SC 29405

(843) 554-5179

Disabilities Board of Charleston

Agency provides: *protection and advocacy for individuals with disabilities *special needs job placement for people with disabilities *training and employment programs for people with disabilities *residential treatment center for older adults and adults with disabilities *respite care depending on waiver, medical supplies *incontinence supplies depending on waiver *early intervention for children with intellectual disabilities/delays *case management for clients *child care facility for children with special needs - ages 6 weeks to 10 years

995 Morrison Drive

Suite 100

Charleston, SC 29413

(843) 805-5800

Father to Father, Inc.

Agency Provides: *parenting program for fathers and mothers *family law (child support assistance) *training and employment program *parenting education *parenting/family support groups *parent/child activity groups

5675 Woodbine Avenue

Charleston, SC 29406

(843) 744-2126

Jenkins Youth and Family Village

This agency provides: *Community youth programs

3923 Azalea Dr.

North Charleston, SC 29405

(843) 744-1771

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