South Carolina transitional housing programs.

South Carolina residents that are being evicted can get assistance from transitional housing programs and case management services. The resources are also an option for individuals that are currently homeless. Several services are offered as part of these housing programs.

Dozens of non-profits, churches, and charities provide help from these resources. Some of the clients can include veterans, single parents, and children. However many of the programs will provide some form of assistance to residents regardless of their age, gender or background. If a center can’t meet your needs, then they may provide referrals to other South Carolina housing programs or maybe even government support such as section 8.

The demand for any type of transitional housing is very high. Sometimes clients may need to stay in a shelter first. Regardless, residents may be able to get help from these resources, and it can also include food, case management, job search assistance and more.

Alston Wilkes Society
Main address is 3519 Medical Dr
Columbia, South Carolina 29203
Call (803) 799-2490
Programs, including housing, benefits screening, and employment preparation, is for veterans, ex-offenders, and youth.

Greenville County center of Alston Wilkes Society
301 University RDG., STE. 6500
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
(864) 282-4528

Anderson Sunshine House - Family Shelter program
Anderson, South Carolina 29622
Phone number - (864) 225-8586
Short term, temporary shelter and transitional housing is for families with young children or infants.

 

 

 

Beyond Grace
720 Youmans St.
Savannah, GA
Main phone number is 231-0123
Transitional housing is offered for men in recovery.

Butterfly Foundation
Address is 185 S Liberty St
Spartanburg, South Carolina 29306
Telephone - (864) 582-4146
Provides temporary housing. Work with a case manager to locate permanent housing. Services are for disabled and homeless. Some people may also qualify for emergency home repairs.

Christ Central Ministries - Hannah House
1726 Sumter St.
Columbia, SC 29201
Main phone - (803) 771-4357
Runs a transitional housing for women/women with children and shelter for the homeless.
Another site is at 2401 Main St, Columbia, South Carolina 29201, call (803) 765-1998.

Christ Central Mission - Lowcountry
Location is 11754 N. Jacobsmart BLVD
Ridgeland, South Carolina 29936
Telephone number is (843) 726-9311

Deborah's House (Female Ex-Offenders)
Main address is 418 East River St.
Anderson, SC 29624
Call (864) 260-0062 for intake.

Fair Haven Home for Men
Location is 2018 Harristown Road, Life Baptist Church
Saint Stephen, South Carolina 29479
Call (843) 749-9622
Housing spiritual guidance, and more is offered by the charity. They try to help people obtain training or a GED. Also get assistance in finding a job.

 

 

 

Friendship Place, Inc.
Main address is 1905 Front St.
Georgetown, SC 29440
Phone - (843) 545-1115
A homeless shelter, job training, free hot meal program, and transitional housing resources are available.

GAMES Coalition
Mailing address is PO Box 3410
Greenwood, South Carolina 29648
(864) 980-9405

Greenville Area Interfaith Hospitality Network
Greenville, SC 29601
Telephone number is (864) 271-3424
Use the Benefit Bank (TBB) screening to see if qualify for public aid, such as emergency rent help or section 8. Other programs include a family shelter, free food and also low cost, transitional housing for families with children in the Greenville area.

Haven of Rest Ministries (Men's Shelter, Men's & Women's Rehab)
219 West Whitner St.
Anderson, South Carolina 29624
Call (864) 226-6193 for hours.

Jordan Crossroads Ministry Center - Haven of Rest
Mailing address - PO Box 166
Alcolu, SC 29001
For information, call (803) 406-1902
The non-profit agency offers a temporary place and transitional housing to people who are impacted by domestic violence or other problems. Children, single parents, and others can get help too.

Killingsworth
1831 Pendleton St.
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
(803) 771-6359
Assistance is for adult women recovering from drug abuse or alcohol abuse, mental & emotional problems, incarceration, violence and assault, or other family situations.

Kinard Manor
949 S Main St.
Greenwood, SC 29646
Main phone number is (864) 229-0074

Mental Health America of Aiken County
233 Pendleton ST NW
Aiken, South Carolina 29801
Main phone number is (803) 641-4164

 

 

 

 

Midlands Housing Alliance
Office is at 2025 Main St.
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
(803) 708-4861
The location will assist chronically homeless individuals and families. They can help place them into on-site housing programs. Receive basic needs such as food, clothing, case management services, emergency short term housing, and more. Also get help in finding and applying to financial assistance for permanent housing or apartments.

Miracle Hill Ministries - Miracle Hill Boys' Shelter
Address: 2709 Wade Hampton BLVD
Greenville, SC 29615
Call the center at (864) 292-0552
Children can receive emergency and short-term care, counseling, mentoring, and education. Some centers focus on adults and those recovering from substance abuse. The locations are.

  • 1916 N Pleasantburg Dr, Greenville, SC 29609, main phone number is (864) 631-0088
  • 19 Graves Dr, Greenville, South Carolina 29609, (864) 242-2166

Mt. Salem Outreach Mission (Men's Shelter)
2121 Augusta RD
Gloverville, SC 29828
Call (803) 593-2276

My Father's House and Crossroads Community
808 York ST NE
Aiken, SC 29801
(803) 502-0285
This is a site that serves as a Christian halfway house for women with the ability to work. Housing is offered for women and their children as well.

New Day on Mill
Address: 1207 Mill St.
Camden, SC 29020
Main phone - (803) 432-5456
The non-profit agency can help those that are homeless and at least 18 years of age. Must be a resident of Kershaw County and defined as homeless by HUD. Local transportation and rent/rehousing services are provided by the federal government ESG Grant.

Nurture Home (Women, Mothers)
Aiken, South Carolina 29801
(803) 641-4177
Short term housing for pregnant young mothers, women who are homeless, and children.

 

 

 

Oxford Houses
Charleston, SC 29406
Telephone - (800) 689-6411

Phoenix Project
525 E. 34th St.
Savannah, GA
Telephone - 629-4015
Supports HIV/AIDS patients, including those in border area of South Carolina. Receive affordable housing, primary health and dental care clinic, nutrition support and other aid.

Pilgrim's Inn
Address: 236 W Main St
Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730
(803) 327-3430
Numerous assistance programs are offered. They include, but are not limited to, transitional housing, emergency homeless shelter, child care, motel voucher, funds for paying rent or moving costs, credit repair, the Homeless Prevention and Re-Housing Program and much more.

Project Care
218 Viola St
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
(864) 467-0102

Safe Harbor
Main address is 429 N Main St
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Telephone number is (800) 291-2139
Housing, case management and referrals, legal aid, The Benefit Bank (TBB) benefits screening and more is offered for victims of abuse or domestic violence.

Salvation Army Homeless Shelter- Savannah
3100 Montgomery ST
Savannah, GA 31405
Call (912) 651-7420
Caseworkers will assess and establish individual case plans for clients. Assistance can also provide for extended stays.

Second Chance Recovery, Inc.
108 Wells RD
Goose Creek, South Carolina 29445
Call (843) 330-8861

Shield Ministries
5513 Woodbine Ave
Charleston, South Carolina 29406
Main phone number - (843) 640-6202
Transitional men's housing, employment search assistance, life coaching, financial planning, and more is offered.

Star Gospel Mission
474 Meeting St.
Charleston, South Carolina 29403
Dial (843) 722-2473

Sunbelt Human Advancement Resources
A leading community action agency in many South Carolina towns and counties. The focus is on helping low-income individuals, the homeless, and families access affordable housing and really become self-sufficient. Receive eviction prevention, rent assistance, transitional housing for the homeless. Job programs include the WorkKeys Career Readiness Certificate information. Many other resources are offered too.

  • 1200 Pendleton St., Greenville, SC 29611, (864) 269-0700
  • 1704 E. Greenville ST, Anderson, SC 29621, (864) 224-7028
  • 1725 E Main ST, Easley, South Carolina 29640, dial (864) 859-2989

 

 

 

 

The Haven Shelter (Family Shelter)
Address is 282 S Church St.
Spartanburg, South Carolina 29306
(864) 582-6737
Case management and a shelter is for wife or husband, single mothers or fathers with children, or even grandparents/ legal guardians with children.

The Nehemiah House
2143 Dorchester Road
North Charleston, South Carolina 29405
Telephone number - (843) 813-0640

Tricounty Family Ministries Community Assistance Program
Main address: 3349 Rivers Ave.
North Charleston, South Carolina 29405
(843) 793-4043
The Families In Transition (FIT) Program provides low cost, emergency housing and life coaching. Also access financial counseling, credit repair, mental health counseling, and more. Apply for public benefits such as TANF, section 8 vouchers, Medicaid, Children's Health Insurance program, utility assistance and more.

Trinity Housing Corporation
Main office is at 2400 Waites RD
Columbia, South Carolina 29204
Telephone: (803) 256-3999

Union Mission
120 Fahm St
Savannah, GA 31401
Also provides some programs for southern South Carolina. Phone (912) 236-7423

Upstate Homeless Coalition of South Carolina
Address - 150 Executive Center Dr., STE 212
Greenville, South Carolina 29615
(864) 241-0462
Coordinates permanent rental housing to chronically homeless people, a low cost transitional housing program for 6 counties, intensive case management, mortgage foreclosure and financial literacy workshops, and more. The Continuum of Care (COC) can also assist the recently evicted and homeless.

Upstate Homeless Coalition of South Carolina
Many services are offered. They include financial literacy, such as budgeting and credit repair. Learn about government assistance including section 8 vouchers. Shelters and transitional housing is also administered. They are a HUD approved non-profit counseling agency.

  • Anderson / Oconee / Pickens Counties, 150 Executive Center DR, #B211, Anderson BLDG, STE 212, Greenville, South Carolina 29615, Call (864) 964-8250
  • Cherokee County, 401 New ST, Gaffney, South Carolina 29340, call (864) 488-1009
  • 9309 Fairforest RD, Spartanburg, SC 29301, 864-241-0462

William Jennings Bryan Dorn Veterans Administration Medical Center
6439 Garners Ferry RD
Columbia, South Carolina 29209
(803) 776-4000
The location offers comprehensive housing, shelter, and hospital services for eligible veterans.

The Women's Shelter
Address: 3425 N Main St.
Columbia, SC 29203
Main phone - (803) 779-4706

 

 

 

 

 

 

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