• Department of Social Services

      The Department’s mission is to serve South Carolina by promoting the safety, permanency, and well-being of children and vulnerable adults, helping individuals achieve stability and strengthening families.

    • Children's Law Center

      The Children’s Law Center is a resource center for South Carolina professionals involved in child maltreatment or juvenile justice court proceedings and child advocates working to improve the safety and well-being of children.

    • Children's Trust of SC

      We connect local organizations and families to the resources they need. Children’s Trust-supported programs are evidence-based so we know what works to build stronger families and more resilient communities across our state.

    • SC Department of Mental Health

      The S.C. Department of Mental Health gives priority to adults, children, and their families affected by serious mental illnesses and significant emotional disorders. We are committed to eliminating stigma and promoting the philosophy of recovery, to achieving our goals in collaboration with all stakeholders, and to assuring the highest quality of culturally competent services possible.


       Wateree Community Actions

      The purpose of Wateree Community Actions, Inc. is to help individuals achieve and maintain family stability and economic self-sufficiency. Funds received from federal, state and local public and private sources are used to address employment, housing, health and nutrition, education and training, social services, emergency assistance, economic development and effective community relations.

    • Cooperative Ministries

      We build bridges to tomorrow by meeting immediate needs and teaching skills and providing resources for long-term independence and stability.

    • Harvest Hope Food Bank

      Our Emergency Food Pantries provide those in need with a 5 to 6 day supply of food. Our food package varies depending on donations but usually includes non-perishable and perishable items such as fruit, vegetables, bread, meat, and dried goods. In addition, we can provide information on other resources available in the community and we assist clients in filling out Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) applications through the SC Benefit Bank.