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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

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

Holy City Missions

This agency provides: *food pantry *benefits screenings *legal consultation *ready-to-eat meals *clothes closet *shower facilities *emergency warming shelter - open when temps below 35 degrees

1444 Remount Road

North Charleston, SC 29406

(843) 744-0283

Housing Crisis Line - Lowcountry

This agency provides: *Housing Crisis Line *Housing Related Coordinated Entry *Information and Referrals *See website for in-person locations options - times vary by location

8084 Rivers Ave

Suite 200

N Charleston, SC 29406

(843) 737-8357

LHC - Florence Crittenton Programs of SC

Agency provides: *Residential program for pregnant teens *Residential program for DSS & DJJ placements- young women (aged 10 - 20) *Support for homeless mothers *Homeless prevention *Job readiness and life skills training

19 Saint Margaret St.

Charleston, SC 29403

(843) 722-7526

LHC - My Sister's House DV - ES

Agency provides: *24 hour telephone crisis counseling 843-744-3242 (toll free: 800-273-4673) *temporary safe shelter from domestic violence for survivors and their children *family support program for parents and children who are survivors of domestic violence *support groups for survivors of domestic violence offered at various locations *advocacy, education and training Additional services provided based on client's needs

Confidential

North Charleston, SC 29415

(843) 744-3242

LHC - One80 Place - Charleston

Call the Housing Crisis Line ONLY for assistance with shelter at One80 Place: 843-737-8357 *transitional housing: *family center holds 30 beds for women and families; 7 beds for female veterans; and men's shelter with 60 beds, plus 40 for veterans *Rapid Re-Housing and Homeless Prevention services available.

35 Walnut Street

Charleston, SC 29403

(843) 737-8357

LHC - Origin SC

Agency provides: *Financial education and counseling *Bankruptcy Counseling *Fiduciary /Representative Payee Program - Conservator Program handles finances for whose physical or mental illness restricts their ability to manage their own money.

8084 Rivers Avenue

Suite 100

North Charleston, SC 29406

(843) 628-3000

Lowcountry Veterans Home

Agency provides: *Transitional housing for homeless veterans - up to 90 days *Volunteer opportunities

1707 McLeod Ave

Charleston, SC 29412

(843) 864-1954

Walking Women Welfare

Agency provides: *Transitional fee-based housing for homeless women *Services to transition into permanent housing

PO Box 61134

North Charleston, SC 29419

(843) 814-1417

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