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American Cancer Society - Charleston Office

This agency provides: *medical appointments transportation *disease/disability information *patient/family housing *in person health/disability related support groups *medical information lines *appearance enhancement consultation program

5900 Core RD

STE 504

Charleston, SC 29406

(843) 744-1922

Carolina Youth Development Center

Agency provides: *Residential children's care facility - Ages 0-21 *Transitional Housing program to Independent living for ages 17-21 *Freedom Schools summer program for youth ages 6-13 *Teen after school program for ages 12-17 *Runaway/Homeless Youth program *Adolescent/youth counseling services *Life skills education *Mentoring program *Youth literacy program *Case and care management *Family engagement programs (Strengthening Families Program and Empowering Families Network) *Donor services *Volunteer opportunities

5055 Lackawanna Blvd.

North Charleston, SC 29405

(843) 266-5200

Catholic Charities - Coastal

This agency provides: *Food pantry *Dentures and referrals to dental agencies for additional care *Healthcare referrals *Benefits screening *Client advocacy and case management *Sister Hope -emotional and mental health chat services -text "hi" to 315-276-3157 - available 24/7 *Disaster Services *Volunteer/donation opportunities

1662 Ingram Road

Charleston, SC 29407

(843) 531-5570

Charleston Animal Society

Agency provides: *animal adoption *spay/neuter services *animal rescue *vet services *animal fostering program *outreach program *volunteer opportunities, including for ages 8-17 *donations accepted

2455 Remount Rd.

North Charleston, SC 29405

(843) 747-4849

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 *Recreational, health & wellness programs *Senior centers with hot noon meals *Transportation to and from facility

259 Meeting Street

Charleston, SC 29401

(843) 722-4127

Charleston Area Urban League

Agency provides: *Job training and placement (843-769-8173) *homeless prevention programs *advocacy *discrimination assistance (Fair Housing Hotline 843-300-5246) *landlord/tenant assistance and mediation *VITA tax preparation

1064 Gardner Road

Room 307

Charleston, SC 29407

(843) 769-8173

Charleston Center

Agency provides: *outpatient substance use treatment *inpatient substance use treatment *addictions/substance use support groups *Methadone/Suboxone services *drug and alcohol testing *substance use counseling *substance use prevention/education *ADSAP (DUI offenders)

5 Charleston Center Drive

Charleston, SC 29401

(843) 722-0100

Charleston County Housing and Redevelopment Authority

This agency provides: *public housing in Charleston county *housing choice vouchers

2106 Mt. Pleasant Street

Charleston, SC 29403

(843) 722-1942

Charleston County Public Libraries

Agency provides: *libraries *youth enrichment programs *computer and related technology classes *specialized information and referral CCPL currently serves residents with multiple locations and a bookmobile, see below for details: Branch locations: *Main Library: 843-805-6930; 68 Calhoun St.

68 Calhoun ST

Charleston, SC 29403

(843) 805-6930

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

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