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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

Child Support Services Division - Charleston Regional Office

Agency provides: *child support assistance/enforcement

3346 Rivers Avenue

Suite E

North Charleston, SC 29405

Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center

Agency is a Children's Advocacy Center that provides: *forensic interviews for abused and neglected children *medical services for abused and neglected children *mental health assessments *parental assessments *multidisciplinary assessments *advocacy *therapy services

677 Long Point Rd

Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

(843) 723-3600

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

South Carolina Department of Social Services - Charleston County

Agency provides: *adult protective services *children's protective services *child care expense assistance (advocates for better care (ABC) child care program *family law (adoption services and foster care services) *food stamps/SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) *safe havens for abandoned newborns (Daniel's Law) *summer food service programs *TANF applications *business registration/licensing(Home and Group Home Licensing)

3366 Rivers AVE

North Charleston, SC 29405

(843) 953-9400

South Carolina Department of Social Services - Lowcountry Region Adoption Services

Agency provides: *adoption services *adoption legal services *birth parent services

3346 Rivers Avenue

Suite F

North Charleston, SC 29405

(843) 953-9750

South Carolina Legal Services - Charleston Office

Agency provides civil legal assistance for low-income individuals is the areas of: *Consumer/Finance *Education *Elder Law *Employment *Family *Health *Housing and eviction-prevention *Income Maintenance/Public Benefits *Immigration/Migrant *Tax *For housing court, Charleston County residents with eviction notice from North Area 1, 2, 3 or West Ashley Magistrate Courts **In vast majority of cases, to be eligible for services, household income may not exceed 125% of the federal poverty guidelines.

2803 Carner AVE

North Charleston, SC 29405

(843) 720-7044

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