- Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing - Get access to preventative homeless prevention and rapid rehousing. The following can be provided for the program. Rent, mortgages, utilities, security deposits, and help in finding a new home or apartment to live in. Some of the program is funded by the government, and some may be from private funds.
- Health screenings - Free health screenings and information on clinics can be provided.
- Food Pantries - They are run on site and administer support to the needy. Receive a meal, or food for a future date.
- Federal government programs are offered for the low income, children, and seniors. Families across Lee County and other regions can apply for help from South Carolina public aid including LIHEAP (to pay cooling bills) and SNAP, or food stamps.
As indicated above, call Watertree at (803) 775-4354. Offices are located in Clarendon and Lee Counties of South Carolina. Or read more on financial support from Wateree Community Actions.
Salvation Army Clarendon and Lee Counties - The location provides access to services including a clothes closet, mortgage payment assistance, drug rehabilitation, prescription expense assistance, firewood, utilities assistance, and mortgage help. Call 775-9336
South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority - This is a government office/program that administers a number of Federal and state of South Carolina government programs that are directed at low and moderate income South Carolina individuals and families. (803) 896-9001
Harvest HOPE Food Bank - A regional distribution program that collects, stores, and distributes groceries and free food and related items to qualified agencies in the region. Call (843) 661-0826
St. James-Santee Family Health Center is a local community clinic that offers laboratory services, pharmacy, nutritional counseling, pediatric care, prenatal care (GYN, no OB), and other medical support. (843) 887-3274