Service Providers

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Found 35 providers

  • Fairfield Community Food Bank

    Phone:

    803-635-9234

    Address:

    Hwy 321 Bypass
    Winnsboro, SC 29180
    United States

    Overview

    FCFB is a volunteer emergency food pantry that aids citizens of Fairfield County.

    Services

  • SC School for the Deaf and the Blind

    Phone:

    864-585-7711

    Address:

    355 Cedar Springs Road
    Spartanburg, SC 29302
    United States

    Overview

    The SC School for the Deaf and the Blind is the state's specialized school for students who are deaf or blind. It offers Pre-K-12 educational programs on its main campus in Spartanburg and specialized vision and hearing services in homes and school districts throughout the state.

  • Neighbor to Neighbor of South Carolina

    Phone:

    843-839-0702

    Address:

    921 North Kings Hwy
    Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
    United States

    Overview

    Neighbor to Neighbor of South Carolina, Inc. (N2N), a 501(c)3 nonprofit, promotes independence, relieves isolation, and connects homebound adults to their community through transportation.  Utilizing volunteer drivers, N2N coordinates transportation to medical related appointments, grocery stores, pharmacies, therapy appointments, and many other quality of life destinations.  

    N2N is always looking for passionate volunteers in Horry and Georgetown County.  If you or anyone you know is interested, please share N2N with them.

    Mailing Address:

    PO BOX 3030

    Myrtle Beach, SC 29578

  • Calhoun County Council on Aging

    Phone:

    803-874-1270

    Address:

    200 Milligan Circle
    Saint Matthews, SC 29135
    United States

    Overview

    Calhoun County Council on Aging (CCCOA) is a county agency that provides programs and services to promote the well-being of aging persons residing in Calhoun County, SC. Its purpose is to help them maintain their independence, function to the best of their ability, and to inform them of resources, activities and opportunities available in the community.

  • Lourie Center

    Phone:

    8037791971

    Address:

    1650 Park Circle
    Columbia, SC 29201
    United States

    Overview

    We are an activity center for adults 50 years and up. The Lourie Center’s mission is to provide opportunities for older adults to remain physically fit, socially engaged, intellectually stimulated and independent.

  • Project VISION

    Phone:

    803-648-8331

    Address:

    235 Barnwell Avenue, NW
    Aiken, SC 29801
    United States

    Overview

    Project VISION (Volunteers In Service In Our Neighborhoods) is the home repair initiative for the United Way of Aiken County, Inc. Home repairs are provided for low-income, disabled seniors, age 62 year or older. Senior(s) must own their home and currently occupy it.

  • Grove Park Pharmacy Hospice Care

    Phone:

    803-536-6644

    Address:

    1324 Grove Park NE
    Orangeburg, SC 29116
    United States

    Overview

    Medicare/Medicaid Certified Hospice agency, providing skilled nursing care, medical social services, chaplain, certified nursing assistants, volunteers, grief counseling as well as medical supplies and equipment and medications. Pharmacy services available 24/7 for hospice patients.

  • Darlington County Council on Aging

    Phone:

    8433938521

    Address:

    402 Pearl Street
    Darlington, SC 29532
    United States

    Overview

    Senior Center offering: Group Dining, Home Delivered Meals, House Keeping, Transportation, Arthritis Exercise, Group Activities, Information and Referral, Telephone Reassurance, Alzheimer's Support Group, and Volunteer Program.

  • Santee-Lynches Area Agency on Aging

    Phone:

    803-775-7381

    Address:

    39 E. Calhoun Street
    Sumter, SC 29150
    United States

    Overview

    Santee-Lynches Area Agency on Aging, serve as a forum of governments, advocating a regional vision through identification of opportunities, effective courses of action, and appropriate resources essential to enable local governments to enhance the quality of life of the citizens of Clarendon, Kershaw, Lee and Sumter Counties.

  • Touch the Future Inc

    Phone:

    864-221-4011

    Address:

    100-1 Construction Way
    Anderson, SC 29625
    United States

    Overview

    About Us
    Touch the FutureInc. is a 501(c) 3, nonprofit organization providing individuals who are disabled, seniors, disabled Veterans, or from disadvantaged communities with computer, durable medical equipment, and assistive technology services and devices. Touch the Future supports other nonprofit organizations and educational programs and provides communities, entrepreneurs, and businesses opportunities for accessible and inclusive communication, conferences, events and services. In addition, we offer comprehensive assessment, consulting and training services including but not limited to ADA and accessibility consulting, Life Planning, and continuing education opportunities. Touch the Future is a Paralympic Sports Club and home to many specialized programs and services. We are ALINK to independent living and Touch the Future of lives each day.

  • Faith Housing Coalition

    Phone:

    803-426-1333

    Address:

    57 Longleaf Drive
    Trenton, SC 29847
    United States

    Overview

    Faith Housing Coalition provides preventative services relating to underlying causes of homelessness and assist clients in applying for and receiving such services.

  • Abbey Road Hospice

    Phone:

    803-551-5552

    Address:

    5429 Bush River Rd
    Columbia, SC 29212
    United States

    Overview

    Hospice provider for the greater Columbia and Midlands area.

  • Central Midlands Area Agency on Aging

    Phone:

    803-376-5390

    Address:

    236 Stoneridge drive
    Columbia, SC 29210
    United States

    Overview

    Central Midlands Area Agency on Aging promotes a positive experience of aging for older individuals, the disabled community and their families. Serving Richland, Lexington, Newberry and Fairfield counties.


    • Contracts with local council on aging agencies for services.
    • Regional Aging and Disability Advisory Committee (RADAC) assist the Council of Governments in fulfilling the responsibilities of the AAA/ADRC.
    • Majority of Aging Services are federally funded.
    • Services provided include the Information Referral & Assistance Program, Family Caregiver Support Program and the I-CARE program.

  • Aiken Senior Life Services

    Phone:

    803-648-5447

    Address:

    159 Morgan St., NW
    Aiken, SC 29802
    United States

    Overview

    Aiken Senior Life Services (formerly Aiken Area Council on Aging) was organized in 1969 by a dedicated group of local volunteers who thought Aiken County needed a "focal point" for information, referral and counseling for older adults and their families.

    It is the mission of the Aiken Senior Life Services to provide health, wellness, nutrition, transportation, social and other services that enhance the quality of life, independence, dignity and aid in the prevention of critical and acute care needs of our community.

  • Shoreline Behavioral Health Services

    Phone:

    843-365-8884

    Address:

    2404 Wise Road
    Conway, SC 29526
    United States

    Overview

    Shoreline Behavioral Health Services addresses the problem of alcohol and substance abuse in Horry County by providing individualized, recovery based treatment and community prevention services.

  • Agape Care

    Phone:

    1-800-932-2738

    Address:

    110 Dillon Drive
    Spartanburg, SC 29307
    United States

    Overview

    A regional leader in hospice and palliative care, Agape Care Group comprises Agape Care South Carolina and Agape Care Georgia. In South Carolina, we serve each of the state's 46 counties; in Georgia, our Augusta branch is the foundation of the network we will build from.

    Our new name and rebrand, launched in September 2020, united two established organizations: Hospice Care of South Carolina and Agapé Hospice. Together, we have more than 40 years of experience serving our communities and providing the highest-quality care to patients and their families.

    At Agape Care Group, we pride ourselves on our goal-oriented culture, dynamic leadership, and team-first attitude, and we’re committed to creating an inclusive, respectful workplace that reflects our core values. Our 900-plus employees are the heart of what we do, which is why we provide them with the resources and continuing education they need to excel. We strive to be an employer of choice in the health care industry, and we’re dedicated to building and maintaining an encouraging environment for our team members.

    We want you to get the care you deserve. Contact us directly to learn about our care programs. 

  • Lowcountry Area Agency on Aging

    Phone:

    843-473-3991

    Address:

    634 Campground Rd
    Yemassee, SC 29945
    United States

    Overview

    The Area Agency on Aging identifies the needs of seniors and disabled persons and existing services available. The Area Agency on Aging prepares a plan to meet these needs of the senior population. Whereas the ADRC will link the disabled person to the local resources available. The AAA and ADRC staff work with federal, state, and local officials, service providers, volunteers, and the private sector to encourage new services. Lowcountry AAA/ ADRC staff members are dedicated to improving the lives of the senior and disabled populations. Our staff is available to speak to community groups about the programs available.

  • Next Day Access

    Phone:

    800-894-1761

    Address:

    460 King Street
    Charleston, SC 29403
    United States

    Overview

    Next Day Access serves Charleston and all of South Carolina with quality care to create life changing opportunities that allow users to remain at home. Our goal is to help you and your loved ones stay in your home longer and safer by providing wheelchair ramps, stair lifts, vehicle lifts, grab bars, handrails, and more. We are designed to help seniors, the injured, and the disabled to maintain their independence. Our professional and caring staff is ready to help those in need.

    SERVICES WE OFFER INCLUDE: Ramps (Purchase & rentals), Grab Bars, Handrails (Interior & exterior), Stairlifts, Pool lfits, Autolifts, Vertical Platform Lifts (porch lifts), Bathroom remodels (Zero barrier showers, ADA/Comfort Height toilets, Rollunder sinks), Door widenings, Home Safety Automation, & more.

  • Columbia Rehabilitation Clinic, Inc.

    Phone:

    803-799-7007

    Address:

    2362 Two Notch Road
    Columbia, SC 29204
    United States

    Overview

    The Columbia Rehabilitation Clinic, Inc. is a comprehensive outpatient rehabilitative facility dedicated to the treatment of patients in need of physical restoration. Established in 1977, our clinic was the first private outpatient physical therapy and rehabilitation facility in Columbia, South Carolina.

    Our rehabilitation clinics provide physical rehabilitation and therapy services for disorders that are orthopedic, neurological, arthritic, pulmonary, cardiovascular, and sports related. All our rehabilitation services are provided on a one on one, individual basis, not group sessions, and we treat adults as well as adolescents (age 6 and up for orthopedic problems).

    The primary goal of our clinics is to provide the patient, through physical therapy, an opportunity to achieve his or her maximum level of independence. Patients can be treated at the clinic on a referral from a physician, dentist, or podiatrist. A patient can also be seen for 30 days without a physician’s referral.

  • Shem Creek Health Center at South Bay

    Phone:

    843-936-2801

    Address:

    1400 Liberty Midtown Drive
    suite 420
    Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
    United States

    Overview

    Shem Creek Health Center offers the full continuum of care beginning with private accommodations in its 24 Memory Support and 54 Assisted Living apartments. Couples have the ability to reside together enjoying South Bay’s luxury retirement lifestyle in Assisted Living whether one or both members have the need for 24-hour assistance.

    Shem Creek Nursing and Rehab completes the continuum with 40 Skilled Nursing and Short-term Rehabilitation apartments, offering both studios and one-bedroom suites. Residents requiring the care of a licensed nurse 24 hours daily will also enjoy South Bay’s luxury community setting.

    Short-term Rehabilitation patients will appreciate the state of the art Rehab gym staffed by our in-house Occupational, Physical and Speech therapists who will work with our interdisciplinary team to get patients back to their previous lifestyle quickly.  Finally, the campus also boasts a clinic on-site staffed by MUSC Health Geriatrics. Residents in all levels of the continuum have opportunity to be seen on campus by MUSC staff who can also facilitate quick referrals to specialty services if indicated.

  • Hilton Head Island Deep Well Project

    Phone:

    843-785-2849

    Address:

    80 Capital Drive
    Hilton Head, SC 29926
    United States

    Overview

    The Deep Well Project is a private social service agency helping people with basic services who are experiencing an emergency situation. Deep Well assists with rent payments, utilities, food, medicine, home repair and home furnishings. Our service area is Hilton Head Island and occasionally Bluffton.

  • Greater Greenwood United Ministry

    Phone:

    864-942-0500

    Address:

    1404 Edgefield Street
    Greenwood, SC 29646
    United States

    Overview

    Greater Greenwood United Ministry, established in 1995, is a 501c3 non-profit organization that assists individuals in the community with spiritual, physical, and emotional needs. With the help of a partnership with Christian churches, business, and industries, the Ministry helps individuals move beyond their life or medical crisis to make better life choices that will help them sustain themselves and their families. The Ministry offers "a hand up, not a hand out".

    Services

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