Abbreviated list of South Carolina service organizations
EntityDescriptionAddressPhoneWebsite
Employee Assistance ProgramThe Employment Assistance Program responds to specific human service needs in the Midlands through prevention and intervention, strategies aimed at enhancing and maintaining effective functioning of families and individuals.Employee Assistance Program

1800 Main Street
Columbia, South Carolina 29201

1-803-777-3824
1-866-327-2400
SC EAP
South Carolina Department of Employment and WorkforceThe South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW) is responsible for paying unemployment insurance benefits, collecting unemployment taxes, helping people find jobs, matching businesses with qualified candidates, and collecting and disseminating state/federal employment statistics.South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce

Columbia Campus
1550 Gadsden Street P.O. Box 995 Columbia, South Carolina 29202

1-803-737-2400SC dew
Family Services, Inc.Family Services, Inc. exists to empower, at a cost comparable to industry standards, individuals and families to gain and sustain assets and to become or remain functionally independent.Family Services, Inc.
4925 Lacross Road, Suite 205
North Charleston, SC 29406
1-800-232-6489 1-843-735-7802FSI
Family Independence ProgramFamily Independence (FI) is a time-limited program that assists families with dependent children when families cannot provide for their basic needs. The primary focus of the program is to assist low income families meet basic needs by providing cash assistance, supportive services, and training and employment opportunities.Family Independence Program- TANF

South Carolina
Department of Social Services
P.O. Box 1520
Columbia, SC 29202-1520

1-803-898-7601 1-800-768-5700FI
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as the Food Stamp Program, has served as the foundation of America’s national nutrition safety net, working to end hunger and improve the health of low-income people by helping families buy the food they need for a nutritionally adequate diet. In South Carolina over 100,000 households depend on SNAP each month to get the food they need for good health.SNAP

Outreach Program at Clemson University University Center of Greenville
225 South Pleasantburg Dr.
Greenville, SC 29607

1-800-616-1309 1-800-768-5700SNAP
South Carolina Security CommissionThe State’s Employment Security Commission assists residents with finding a job, and processes unemployment claims.SC Employment Security Commission
1571 Richland Ave East
Aiken, SC 29801
1-803-641-7640SCSC
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