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Beyond Abuse

Agency provides: *abuse counseling *crime victim support *donor Services *volunteer opportunities

115 E Alexander AVE

Greenwood, SC 29646

(864) 227-1623

Catholic Charities of the Piedmont

**COVID-19 Update** 9/22/20 -Food pantry is open on a drive thru basis only -Pantry hours are Tuesday and Thurday 12:00pm - 3:00pm -New clients must arrive between 1:00pm and 3:00pm -Other services suspended ****** Agency provides: *abuse counseling *advocacy *aging and disability resource centers *case/care management *crime victim support *dental care *electric service payment assistance *gas service payment assistance *general clothing provision *general counseling services *geriatric counseling *in home assistance *senior ride programs *volunteer opportunities *water service payment assistance

2300 Old Buncombe Road

Main Facility

Greenville, SC 29609

(864) 242-2233

Charleston City Police

Call 9-1-1 for emergencies 24/7 Agency provides: *adult protective services *animal control *community crime prevention *crime victim support - crime victim counseling *crisis intervention hotline/helpline: consolidated dispatch (non-emergency 911 hotline) *family violence prevention *municipal police *youth court & juvenile delinquency prevention

180 Lockwood BLVD

Charleston, SC 29403

(843) 577-7434

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 Abuse Prevention Association - Beaufort

Agency provides: *abuse prevention education and advocacy *parenting education *resources for foster families CAPA offers community and school-based Outreach Programs, parenting education, sleep education, home visitation, and foster care.

714 14th Street

Port Royal, SC 29935

(843) 524-4350

Child Advocacy Center of Aiken County

Child advocacy center that provides: *advocacy support services *forensic interviewing *medical evaluations *preventive education & training (including family violence prevention) *trauma focused counseling *volunteer opportunities & donor services (accepts donations) This is a Private Non-profit United Way of Aiken Partner Agency.

4231 Trolley Line Road

Aiken, SC 29801

(803) 644-5100

Childhelp

*Agency provides: *crisis intervention hotlines/helplines - child abuse hotline *family violence prevention *specialized information on referrals for child abuse

4350 E. Camelback Road

Building F250

Phoenix, AZ 85018

(800) 422-4453

Children's Advocacy Center of Spartanburg, Cherokee, and Union Counties

Agency provides: *abuse counseling *caregiver counseling *crime victim support *donor services *family law *physical examinations *sexual assault counseling *volunteer opportunities

100 Washington Place

Spartanburg, SC 29302

(864) 515-9922

Compass of Carolina

Agency provides: *abuse counseling *anger management *family violence prevention *general counseling services *juvenile delinquency prevention *volunteer opportunities.

1100 Rutherford Road

Greenville, SC 29609

(864) 467-3434

Connie Maxwell Children's Home - Greenwood - Main Campus

Agency provides: *crisis shelter for children Shelter for children who have been abandoned, abused, or neglected and others who have been placed by loving caregivers going through difficult situations.

810 Maxwell Avenue

Greenwood, SC 29646

(864) 942-1400

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