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United Way’s of Greenville County’s 24/7 Crisis Response Line
for information and resources regarding where to find food, shelter,
access to healthcare and transportation.
Free virtual visits, drive-thru testing and toll-free 24/7 Community Response Line 1-833-2PRISMA. Comprehensive info listed for both patients and visitors/caregivers.
Bon Secours St. Francis
Free COVID-19 video visits and list of additional health resources available, from tips on spotting symptoms to guidance on where to send donated supplies.
United Way of Greenville County
Main COVID response page, with a broad list of resources and links.
A comprehensive guide, sub-divided into categories, of both organizations offering assistance and information on how to mitigate other challenges and hardships exacerbated or created as a result of the pandemic
Greenville Chamber of Commerce
Comprehensive and compiled list of resources and information available to small business owners.
Greenville County Schools Meal Program
Greenville County Schools are providing two meals at one time (lunch and tomorrow’s breakfast) to anyone 18 years of age and younger and special needs adults up to age 21. Enrollment in school is not required. Meals are delivered by bus each day and can be picked up from 10 am – 12 pm.
Ten at the Top COVID19 Information and Resource Page
Crisis Text Line
Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the United States, anytime, about any type of crisis. A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from a secure online platform.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people.
Mental Health America of Greenville
MHAGC has a crisis hotline where you can talk to someone about how you feel. The CRISISline is answered by MHAGC volunteers and staff 24/7 who are there to listen. You can reach them at 864.271.8888.
National Alliance of Mental Illness – Greenville
Comprehensive list of local resources to caregivers and those coping with mental illness.
Safe Harbor/Domestic Abuse Help
If home is not safe, Safe Harbor offers safety planning, shelter, and programs to help. Safe Harbor’s 24/7 helpline is available for safety planning information.
Family Support & Protection
SCIWAY has links to an abundance of local organizations in Greenville County to help with everything from health counseling, mentoring, child care, youth development, help for senior citizens and more.
Drug and Alcohol Addiction Resources
The South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services (DAODAS) has a wealth of online recovery resources.
*Volunteer opportunities are currently limited or significantly controlled due to necessary community social distancing measures. Please connect with the organizations listed below directly to determine opportunities available.
United Way of Greenville County
Main COVID response page, with a broad list of resources and links, including volunteer opportunities.
Downtown Greenville Farmer’s Market
Link to the local Upstate farmers and food producers that are suffering from the lack of the downtown farmers’ market and are conducting business virtually.
Social media campaign and corresponding website dedicated to sharing information on local small business operating hours and adjustments to accommodate safe continued operations.
Local organization that supports and advocates for individuals that have been affected by disabilities.
Julie Valentine Center
Local organization that combats child abuse and sexual violence.
Let’s do this. #togethergvl
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Samantha S. Wallace for County Council
PO Box 967 Greenville, SC 29602