Family Support Services

We all need a hand sometimes

Community support organizations are here to help. Below are links to organizations that can help in times of need.

 

Local Food Banks

North Greenville Food Crisis Ministry
864 N Hwy 25 Bypass, Travelers Rest, SC 29690
Phone: 864.834.7342
Visit them online

Harvest Hope Food Bank
2818 White Horse Road
Greenville, SC 29611
Phone: 864.281.3995
Visit them online

United Way of South Carolina

United Way of South Carolina fights for the Health, Education and Financial Stability of every person in our community. They go beyond temporary fixes to create lasting change in communities around the world. By bringing people and organizations together around innovative solutions, they impact millions of lives every year and are here to help.

Click here to connect to United Way of South Carolina

Foothills Family Resources

Foothills Family Resources doesn’t just meet people in their crisis, they work to move them to self-sufficiency through the Center for Working Families.

Connect with the Foothills Family Resources Website

Local Charities

There is an abundance of local charities in Greenville County to help with everything from animal & wildlife rescue to education & literacy, family & youth support, organizations that fight poverty & hunger, senior citizen organizations and more.

Connect to Greenville County charities

Drug and Alcohol Addiction Resources

The South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services (DAODAS) is the South Carolina government agency charged with ensuring quality services to prevent or reduce the negative consequences of substance use and addictions. The mission of DAODAS is to ensure the availability and quality of a continuum of substance use services, thereby improving the health status, safety, and quality of life of individuals, families, and communities across South Carolina.

Click here to connect to drug and alcohol addiction resources

Sucicide Prevention

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline can help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.

Connect to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Domestic Abuse Help

On average, according to the National Domestic Violence Hotline, a victim will leave an abusive relationship seven times before leaving for good. Even if you are not ready to leave, you can still receive assistance from the community resources provided on this page. These agencies, and others like them, can help you plan a path to emotional and physical safety, and live a life free of abuse.

Get help with domestic abuse

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