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Provision of or help in paying for “life-necessary” resources, such as food, clothing, shelter, etc., for persons who are unable to do so themselves due to age, disability, or low-income status.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Clothing/Shoe AssistanceArea Churches Together Serving may provide free clothing to those who are in need due to job loss, medical crisis, or other emergency situations up to four times per year.AikenArea Churches Together ServingArea Churches Together Serving (ACTS)
Clothing/Shoe AssistanceBluffton Self Help, Inc. offers emergency clothing for qualified persons. A client may receive ten items of clothing per week.BeaufortBluffton Self Help, Inc.Bluffton Self Help, Inc.
Clothing/Shoe AssistanceCommunity Ministry of North Augusta may provide free clothing to those who are in need due to job loss, medical crisis, or other emergency situations on a one-time basis. The agency also runs a thrift store that sells low-cost clothing, housewares, furniture, toys and appliances. The thrift store is open to the public.Community Ministry of North AugustaCommunity Ministry of North Augusta
Clothing/Shoe AssistanceIf funds are available, the Greenwood Crisis Ministry may be able to help pay for or otherwise provides new or secondhand clothing for those who cannot afford to buy these items. GreenwoodGreenwood Crisis MinistryGreater Greenwood United Ministry
Clothing/Shoe AssistanceGreer Community Ministries' Clothing Closet service provides clothing to anyone in need through donations from the community. Those eligible for clothing may also qualify for the Food Pantry. A picture ID, Social Security card, and proof of a current address within the service area are required.GreenvilleGreer Community MinistriesGreer Community Ministries
Clothing/Shoe AssistanceAgency helps to pay for or otherwise provides new or secondhand clothing for Dorchester County residents who cannot afford to buy these items.DorchesterHELP of SummervilleHELP of Summerville
Clothing/Shoe AssistanceIron City Ministries distributes donated used clothing to people in need.CherokeeIron City Ministries, Inc.Iron City Ministries, Inc.
Clothing/Shoe AssistanceA service in which a person in need of clothing is given a written authorization (voucher) instead of money. The voucher is presented to LICS agency Thrift Shop which provides clothing as specified by the voucher. Usually the person must sign the voucher to confirm that he/she received the clothing.LexingtonLexington Social Service CenterLexington Interfaith Community Services
Clothing/Shoe AssistanceOnce need is established, PEACHCenter Ministries will help provide an individual or family with donated used clothing.CherokeePEACHCenter Ministries, Inc.PEACHCenter Ministries, Inc.
Clothing/Shoe AssistanceSharing God's Love allows clients to choose four outfits and two pairs of shoes per family member, plus underwear, night clothes and accessories from an array of donated items in the agency's clothing store.LexingtonSharing God's LoveSharing God's Love
Clothing/Shoe AssistanceAgency provides new or secondhand clothing for those who cannot afford to buy these items, or have a need due to disaster.CharlestonTricounty Family Ministries, N. CharlestonTricounty Family Ministries
Food/Grocery AssistancePeople asking for food from the Anderson Interfaith Ministries' food pantry must agree to work with the agency on a plan to stay independent. If they do not follow the plan that they both agreed on, the agency will not continue to offer help.AndersonAnderson Interfaith MinistriesAnderson Interfaith Ministries
Food/Grocery AssistanceArea Churches Together Serving provides free food as often as every six weeks to those who are in need due to job loss, medical crisis or other emergency situations. The agency also has a Senior Food Program for people 60 years of age or older who qualify. This program provides mostly non-perishable foods, one time per month, on the third Saturday of each month from 8:00am - 9:30am.AikenArea Churches Together ServingArea Churches Together Serving (ACTS)
Food/Grocery AssistanceBluffton Self Help, Inc. offers emergency food/groceries for qualified persons. A client may receive food/groceries up to three times per week.BeaufortBluffton Self Help, Inc.Bluffton Self Help, Inc.
Food/Grocery AssistanceCharleston Area Senior Citizens, Inc. (CASC), provides emergency food distribution and monthly food giveaways. CASC will supply a week's worth of food once per month for persons of any age who are in need.CharlestonCASC Senior CenterCharleston Area Senior Citizens, Inc. (CASC)
Food/Grocery AssistanceCommunity Ministry of North Augusta may provide free food to those who are in need due to job loss, medical crisis, or other emergency situations on a one-time basis.Community Ministry of North AugustaCommunity Ministry of North Augusta
Food/Grocery AssistanceDarlington County Council on Aging helps to pay for or otherwise provides food and groceries for older adults who cannot afford to buy them. Service is limited by the availability of funding.DarlingtonDarlington County Council on Aging, Main OfficeDarlington County Council on Aging (DCCOA)
Food/Grocery AssistanceFairfield Community Food Bank provides a limited supply of free, non-perishable food (nothing refrigerated) to persons or families living in Fairfield County who are in need and are referred by the Department of Social Services (DSS), the Red Cross, Christ Central, the Council on Aging, certain churches, or other partner human service agencies. Assistance is limited to once every 90 days for each household, unless approved by the Coordinator due to an extreme situation. The Food Bank is funded by community donations and is staffed entirely by volunteers.FairfieldFairfield Community Food BankFairfield Community Food Bank
Food/Grocery AssistanceThe Good Neighbor Cupboard provides emergency food to individuals and families living in Anderson County who are in need of assistance due to loss of a job, extended illness, natural disaster, etc.AndersonGood Neighbor CupboardGood Neighbor Cupboard
Food/Grocery AssistanceGreer Community Ministries' Food Pantry service provides food to anyone in need through donations from the community. Those eligible for food may also qualify for the Clothing Closet. A picture ID, Social Security card, and proof of a current address within the service area are required.GreenvilleGreer Community MinistriesGreer Community Ministries
Food/Grocery AssistanceThe Emergency Assistance Program provides assistance to individuals in crisis. Non-perishable canned goods are available from the Food Pantry. Emergency assistance helps people who are experiencing sudden and unexpected problems with life's basic needs.Greer Relief and Resources Agency, Inc.Greer Relief and Resources Agency, Inc.
Food/Grocery AssistanceHarvest Hope Food Bank helps to provide food, groceries, and related personal hygiene and care items for persons who cannot afford to buy them. To find more details about the specific Senior Feeding Program, please visit www.harvestohope.org/agencyzone/seniorfeedingprograms.aspxLexingtonHarvest Hope Food Bank, Cayce/LexingtonHarvest Hope Food Bank
Food/Grocery AssistanceHarvest Hope Food Bank helps to provide food, groceries, and related personal hygiene and care items for persons who cannot afford to buy them. To find more details about the specific Senior Feeding Program, please visit www.harvestohope.org/agencyzone/seniorfeedingprograms.aspxRichlandHarvest Hope Food Bank, ColumbiaHarvest Hope Food Bank
Food/Grocery AssistanceHarvest Hope Food Bank's Greater Greenville location helps to provide food, groceries, and related personal hygiene and care items for persons who cannot afford to buy them. To find more details about the specific Senior Feeding Program, please visit www.harvestohope.org/agencyzone/seniorfeedingprograms.aspxGreenvilleHarvest Hope Food Bank, Greater GreenvilleHarvest Hope Food Bank
Food/Grocery AssistanceHarvest Hope Food Bank's Pee Dee/Florence location helps to provide food, groceries, and related personal hygiene and care items for persons who cannot afford to buy them. To find more details about the specific Senior Feeding Program, please visit www.harvestohope.org/agencyzone/seniorfeedingprograms.aspxFlorenceHarvest Hope Food Bank, Pee Dee/FlorenceHarvest Hope Food Bank
Food/Grocery AssistanceAgency provides food and groceries for families and individuals, including those who are homeless or transient, who cannot afford to buy them.HorryHelping Hand of Myrtle BeachHelping Hand of Myrtle Beach
Food/Grocery AssistanceAgency helps to pay for or otherwise provides food and groceries for Dorchester County residents who cannot afford to buy them.DorchesterHELP of SummervilleHELP of Summerville
Food/Grocery AssistanceThe Hilton Head Island Deep Well Project is a nonprofit organization that may provide emergency food/groceries to local residents in times of temporary need. Assistance is provided on a case-by-case basis.BeaufortHilton Head Island Deep Well ProjectHilton Head Island Deep Well Project
Food/Grocery AssistanceIron City Ministries distributes food that is donated by individuals, churches, and the Second Harvest Food Bank of the to people in need.CherokeeIron City Ministries, Inc.Iron City Ministries, Inc.
Food/Grocery AssistanceA person in need of food is given a written authorization (voucher) instead of money. The voucher is then presented to the LICS agency food pantry.LexingtonLexington Social Service CenterLexington Interfaith Community Services
Food/Grocery AssistanceThe Manna House operates a soup kitchen (breakfast and lunch) and a food pantry for anyone who has no food. The food pantry is available on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 9:00am to 11:00. A picture ID is needed for the Food Pantry. The Soup Kitchen is available Monday through Friday 8:30am to 12:00 noon. No ID is needed for the Soup Kitchen.FlorenceManna HouseManna House
Food/Grocery AssistancePalmetto AIDS Life Support Services provides an emergency food pantry to help pay for, or otherwise provide, food and groceries for those who cannot afford to buy them.RichlandPalmetto AIDS Life Support ServicesPalmetto AIDS Life Support Services of the Midlands, Inc.
Food/Grocery AssistanceOnce need is established, food/groceries can be obtained for individuals or families. PEACHCenter Ministries tries to provide enough food to assist until the individual or family can get other assistance and/or food stamps.CherokeePEACHCenter Ministries, Inc.PEACHCenter Ministries, Inc.
Food/Grocery AssistancePilgrims' Inn provides food and groceries for those who cannot afford to buy them.YorkPilgrims' InnPilgrims' Inn
Food/Grocery AssistanceProject Hope helps to pay for or otherwise provides food and groceries for those who cannot afford to buy them.YorkProject HopeProject Hope
Food/Grocery AssistanceSharing God's Love helps to distribute donated food/grocery items to a person or family in need. LexingtonSharing God's LoveSharing God's Love
Food/Grocery AssistanceAgency provides food and groceries for those who cannot afford to buy them, or have a need due to disaster.CharlestonTricounty Family Ministries, N. CharlestonTricounty Family Ministries
Food - Group MealsThe Aiken Area Council on Aging (AACOA) provides a midday meal for participants at the senior center.AikenAiken Area Council on Aging (AACOA), Main OfficeAiken Area Council on Aging, Inc.
Food - Group MealsThe Allendale County Office on Aging provides midday meals, Monday through Friday, for persons aged 60 years or older who attend the senior center.AllendaleAllendale County Office on AgingAllendale County Office on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Georgetown County Bureau of Aging Services provides at least one meal that meets the nutrition requirements of the Older Americans Act each weekday for the county's older adults at the Andrews Senior Center. Meals are also provided at the following sites: --Georgetown Senior Center, 2104 Lincoln St., Georgetown, SC 29440, (843) 546-9410, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Friday; --Plantersville Senior Center, 1458 Exodus Dr., Georgetown, SC 29440, (843) 527-2029, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Thursday; --North Santee Senior Center, 1484 Mt. Zion Rd., Georgetown, SC 29440, (843) 527-3338, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Thursday; and --St. Luke Senior Center, 245 Rick Ave., Georgetown, SC 29440, (843) 546-3828, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Friday. Contact the agency for eligibility and availability.GeorgetownAndrews Senior CenterGeorgetown County Bureau of Aging Services
Food - Group MealsThe Antioch Senior Center provides meals to to seniors in a group setting away from their homes for free or for a small fee. This agency provides a continental breakfast Monday through Friday, from 8:15am to 9:30am, and a free lunch Monday through Friday, from 12:00pm to 1:20pm.RichlandAntioch Senior CenterAntioch Senior Center
Food - Group MealsThe Awendaw Nutrition Site offers hot, nutritious midday meals for participants Monday through Friday. Meals are also served at sites in McClellanville and Mt. Pleasant.Awendaw Senior CenterSt. James South Santee Community Center
Food - Group MealsThe Center serves a hot lunch daily for seniors who attend.HorryAynor Senior CenterHorry County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Newberry County Council on Aging (NCCOA) provides nutritious, on-site meals for older adults who attend the Baker Senior Center in Whitmire each weekday. For information on Home Delivered Meals in Whitmire, click on Affiliated Services at the NCCOA main office. NewberryBaker Senior Center; NCCOANewberry County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsSenior Resources provides hot, nutritious meals around noon each weekday for participants and program volunteers at the Bishop Avenue Wellness Center.RichlandBishop Avenue Wellness CenterSenior Resources, Inc.
Food - Group MealsThe Lee County Council on Aging provides nutritious midday meals for persons 55 years or older at the Bishopville Senior Center Monday through Friday.LeeBishopville Senior CenterLee County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsBlacksburg Senior Center offers hot, nutritious meals for persons age 60 or older at noon on weekdays at the Center. Spouses of Center participants, dependents with disabilities who live with participants, and persons with disabilities who live in a housing facility for seniors where group meals are served also are eligible for meals. Donations are accepted.CherokeeBlacksburg Senior CenterSenior Centers of Cherokee County, Inc.
Food - Group MealsSenior Services of Beaufort County provides noontime meals at no cost to qualified seniors at the Bluffton Center. However, donations are accepted and encouraged so that more seniors can be served.BeaufortBluffton Senior CenterSenior Services of Beaufort County
Food - Group MealsSenior Resources provides hot, nutritious meals around noon each weekday for participants and program volunteers at the Blythewood Wellness Center.RichlandBlythewood Wellness CenterSenior Resources, Inc.
Food - Group MealsThe Orangeburg County Council on Aging provides midday meals at the Branchville Meal Site, Monday through Friday, for persons aged 60 years or older who attend the senior center.OrangeburgBranchville Meal SiteOrangeburg County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Marion County Council on Aging offers a hot, nutritious midday meal for persons ages 60 years or older at its Britton's Neck Nutrition Site. **Meals are served at noon, Wednesdays only.**MarionBritton's Neck Nutrition SiteMarion County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsSenior Action, Inc. provides hot, nutritious meals at 11:30am each weekday for Greenville County residents age 60 years or older who attend the Brutontown Community Center. GreenvilleBrutontown Community CenterSenior Action, Inc., Greenville
Food - Group MealsThe Center serves a hot lunch daily for seniors who attend.HorryBucksport Senior CenterHorry County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Center serves a hot lunch daily for seniors who attend.HorryBurgess Senior CenterHorry County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsSenior Services of Beaufort County provides noontime meals at no cost to qualified seniors at the Burton Wells Center. However, donations are accepted and encouraged so that more seniors can be served.BeaufortBurton Wells Senior CenterSenior Services of Beaufort County
Food - Group MealsThe Calhoun County Council on Aging provides midday meals, Monday through Friday, for persons aged 60 years or older who attend the senior center.CalhounCalhoun County Council on AgingCalhoun County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsNutritious meals are served to participants at the Center Street Cafe (Abbeville Senior Center) each weekday.AbbevilleCenter Street CafePiedmont Agency on Aging (PAOA)
Food - Group MealsCentral-Clemson Senior Center is operated by Pickens County Seniors Unlimited 8:00am to 1:00pm, Monday through Friday. Meals are available to eligible individuals with prior registration. Group meals are intended for Pickens County residents 60 years or older.PickensCentral-Clemson Senior CenterPickens County Seniors Unlimited
Food - Group MealsThe York County Council on Aging (YCCOA) serves hot, noonday meals for persons 60 years and older at the Clover Senior Center.YorkClover Senior CenterYork County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Center serves a hot lunch daily for seniors who attend.HorryConway Senior CenterHorry County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Aiken Area Council on Aging (AACOA) provides a midday meal for participants at the senior center.AikenCourtney Senior CenterAiken Area Council on Aging, Inc.
Food - Group MealsThe ICRC's senior center at Crooked Creek Park in Chapin provides a hot lunch each weekday for participants.LexingtonCrooked Creek ParkIrmo Chapin Recreation Commission (ICRC)
Food - Group MealsThe Darlington County Council on Aging provides a nutritious, midday meal for persons age 60 years or older at the Darlington Senior Center each weekday.DarlingtonDarlington Senior CenterDarlington County Council on Aging (DCCOA)
Food - Group MealsThe Newberry County Council on Aging (NCCOA) provides nutritious, on-site meals for older adults who attend the Dave C. Waldrop, Jr. Senior Center each weekday. For information regarding Home Delivered Meals, please contact the main NCCOA office. NewberryDave C. Waldrop, Jr. Senior Center; NCCOANewberry County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsNoon meals are available in a congregate or group setting. The meal setting provides educational and social activities, as well as, all the activities and programs the senior center has to offer. Dorchester Seniors, Inc. receives funding to offer congregate meals to a limited number of clients 60 years or older who are in need. Persons may pay privately for a meal to eat in the congregate setting.DorchesterDavid Sojourner Senior CenterDorchester Seniors, Inc.
Food - Group MealsEasley Senior Center is operated by Pickens County Seniors Unlimited 8:00am to 1:00pm, Monday through Friday. Meals are available to eligible individuals with prior registration. Group meals are intended for Pickens County residents 60 years or older.PickensEasley Senior CenterPickens County Seniors Unlimited
Food - Group MealsSenior Resources provides hot, nutritious meals around noon each weekday for participants and program volunteers at the Eastover Wellness Center/Mamie Hinton Center.RichlandEastover Wellness Center/Mamie Hinton CenterSenior Resources, Inc.
Food - Group MealsThe Lee County Council on Aging provides nutritious midday meals for persons 55 years or older at the Ebenezer Church Nutritional Site Tuesday and Thursday.LeeEbenezer Church Nutritional SiteLee County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsEdgefield County Senior Citizens Council (ECSCC) offers breakfast and lunch to persons age 60 or older on weekdays at the Senior Center, 15 Center Spring Road, Edgefield, SC. Lunch is also provided to seniors at the Bettis Academy nutrition and activity site, 78 Nicholson Road, Trenton, SC.EdgefieldEdgefield County Senior Citizens Council (ECSCC)Edgefield County Senior Citizens Council (ECSCC)
Food - Group MealsThe York County Council on Aging (YCCOA) serves hot, noonday meals for persons 60 years and older at the Edgemoor Senior Center.ChesterEdgemoor Senior CenterYork County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Hampton County Council on Aging (HCCOA) provides a midday meal for persons 60 years or older who attend the Estill Senior Center.HamptonEstill Senior Center, HCCOAHampton County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsNoon meals are available in a congregate or group setting. The meal setting provides educational and social activities, as well as, all the activities and programs the senior center has to offer. Dorchester Seniors, Inc. receives funding to offer congregate meals to a limited number of clients 60 years or older who are in need. Persons may pay privately for a meal to eat in the congregate setting.DorchesterFaith Sellers Senior CenterDorchester Seniors, Inc.
Food - Group MealsThe York County Council on Aging (YCCOA) serves hot, noonday meals for persons 60 years and older at the Fort Mill Senior Center.YorkFort Mill Senior CenterYork County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsSenior Action, Inc. provides hot, nutritious meals at 11:30am each weekday for Greenville County residents age 60 years or older who attend the Fountain Inn Activity Center. GreenvilleFountain Inn Activity CenterSenior Action, Inc., Greenville
Food - Group MealsSenior Action, Inc. provides hot, nutritious meals at 11:30am each weekday for Greenville County residents age 60 years or older who attend the Freetown Community Center. GreenvilleFreetown Community CenterSenior Action, Inc., Greenville
Food - Group MealsGaffney Senior Center offers hot, nutritious meals for persons age 60 or older at noon on weekdays at the Center. Spouses of Center participants, dependents with disabilities who live with participants, and persons with disabilities who live in a housing facility for seniors where group meals are served also are eligible for meals. Donations are accepted.CherokeeGaffney Senior CenterSenior Centers of Cherokee County, Inc.
Food - Group MealsGenerations Unlimited provides midday group meals for persons 60 years or older who attend the Gail Reyes Senior Center in Barnwell.BarnwellGail Reyes Senior Center, Generations UnlimitedGenerations Unlimited
Food - Group MealsThe Aiken Area Council on Aging (AACOA) provides a midday meal for participants at the senior center.AikenGloverville Meal SiteAiken Area Council on Aging, Inc.
Food - Group MealsThe Center serves a hot lunch daily for seniors who attend.HorryGrand Strand Senior CenterHorry County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe York County Council on Aging (YCCOA) serves hot, noonday meals for persons 60 years and older at the Great Falls Senior Center.ChesterGreat Falls Senior CenterYork County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsParticipants at the Greeleyville Wellness Center (located in The Kennedy Center) receive at least one meal per day, Monday through Thursday, that meets the nutrition requirements of the Older Americans Act. The lunch is usually served at noon. Meals are also available at: --The Kingstree Wellness Center, 904 Fourth Avenue, Kingstree, SC; and --The Hemingway Wellness Center (located in The JJ Mitcheom Center), 500 West Broad Street, Hemingway, SC.WilliamsburgGreeleyville Wellness CenterVital Aging of Williamsburg County
Food - Group MealsGreenpond Senior Center, operated by the Colleton County Council on Aging (CCCOA), offers a noontime meal to persons 60 years or older who attend the Center for activities.ColletonGreenpond Senior CenterColleton County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Center serves a hot lunch daily for seniors who attend.HorryGreen Sea/Floyds Senior CenterHorry County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsParticipants in Senior Dining are transported to the facility in agency vans for socialization; a 30-minute program of music, comedy, devotions, etc.); and a hot, nutritious meal.GreenvilleGreer Community MinistriesGreer Community Ministries
Food - Group MealsThe Hampton County Council on Aging (HCCOA) provides a midday meal for persons 60 years or older who attend the Hampton Senior Center.HamptonHampton Senior Center, HCCOAHampton County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Jasper County Council on Aging provides a midday meal for persons 60 years or older who attend the Hardeeville Senior Center.JasperHardeeville Senior Center, JCCOAJasper County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Darlington County Council on Aging (DCCOA) provides a nutritious, midday meal for persons age 60 years or older at the Hartsville Senior Center each weekday.DarlingtonHartsville Senior CenterDarlington County Council on Aging (DCCOA)
Food - Group MealsParticipants at the Hemingway Wellness Center (located in The J.J. Mitcheom Center) receive at least one meal per day, Monday through Thursday, that meets the nutrition requirements of the Older Americans Act. The lunch is usually served at noon. Meals are also available at: --The Kingstree Wellness Center, 904 Fourth Avenue, Kingstree, SC; and --The Greeleyville Wellness Center (located in The Kennedy Center), 241 Gourdin Street, Greeleyville, SC.WilliamsburgHemingway Wellness CenterVital Aging of Williamsburg County
Food - Group MealsThe York County Council on Aging (YCCOA) serves hot, noonday meals for persons 60 years and older at the Highland Park Senior Center in Rock Hill.YorkHighland Park Senior CenterYork County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsSenior Resources provides hot, nutritious meals around noon each weekday for participants and program volunteers at the Hopkins Wellness Center.RichlandHopkins Wellness CenterSenior Resources, Inc.
Food - Group MealsThe Kershaw County Council on Aging offers hot, nutritious meals at the Bethune Nutritional Site at noon on Wednesdays and Thursdays for persons 60 years or older.KershawKershaw County Council on Aging, Bethune Nutritional SiteKershaw County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Darlington County Council on Aging (DCCOA) provides a nutritious, midday meal for persons age 60 years or older at the Lamar Nutrition Site each weekday.DarlingtonLamar Nutrition SiteDarlington County Council on Aging (DCCOA)
Food - Group MealsThe York County Council on Aging (YCCOA) serves hot, noonday meals for persons 60 years and older at the Leroy Springs Complex Senior Center in Chester.ChesterLeroy Springs Complex Senior CenterYork County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Center serves a hot lunch daily for seniors who attend.HorryLoris Senior CenterHorry County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Lee County Council on Aging provides nutritious midday meals for persons 55 years or older at the Lynchburg Center Monday through Friday.LeeLynchburg CenterLee County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Manna House operates a soup kitchen (breakfast and lunch) and a food pantry for anyone who has no food. The food pantry is available on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 9:00am to 11:00. A picture ID is needed for the Food Pantry. The Soup Kitchen is available Monday through Friday 8:30am to 12:00 noon. No ID is needed for the Soup Kitchen. FlorenceManna HouseManna House
Food - Group MealsThe McCormick County Senior Center provides on-site group meals for persons 60 years or older who live in McCormick County. The catered, nutritious meals are delivered to the Center and served at lunchtime every weekday.McCormickMcCormick County Senior CenterMcCormick County Senior Center, Inc.
Food - Group MealsBerkeley Seniors, Inc. (BSI) offers a nutritious meal each weekday for persons 60 years or older who attend the Moncks Corner Senior Center. The meal is served at approximately 11:30am. Meals also are offered at: --South Berkeley Senior Center, 103 Thurgood Road, Goose Creek, SC; and --Saint Stephen Senior Center, 1264 Russelville Road, St. Stephen, SC. BerkeleyMoncks Corner Senior CenterBerkeley Seniors, Inc. (BSI)
Food - Group MealsSenior Action, Inc. provides hot, nutritious meals at 11:30am each weekday for Greenville County residents age 60 years or older who attend the Mt. Pleasant Community Center. GreenvilleMt. Pleasant Community CenterSenior Action, Inc., Greenville
Food - Group MealsThe Center serves a hot lunch for seniors who attend.HorryMt. Vernon Community Senior CenterHorry County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Marion County Council on Aging offers a hot, nutritious midday meal for persons ages 60 years or older at its Mullins Nutrition Site. **Meals are served at noon, Monday through Friday.**MarionMullins Nutrition SiteMarion County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsSenior Action, Inc. provides hot, nutritious meals at 11:30am each weekday for Greenville County residents age 60 years or older who attend the Needmore-Greer Center. GreenvilleNeedmore-Greer CenterSenior Action, Inc., Greenville
Food - Group MealsNutritious meals are served to participants at the Ninety Six Senior Center each weekday.GreenwoodNinety Six Senior CenterPiedmont Agency on Aging (PAOA)
Food - Group MealsThe Orangeburg County Council on Aging provides midday meals at the North Meal Site, on Tuesdays, for persons aged 60 years or older who attend the senior center.OrangeburgNorth Meal SiteOrangeburg County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Georgetown County Bureau of Aging Services provides at least one meal that meets the nutrition requirements of the Older Americans Act each weekday for the county's older adults at the North Santee Senior Center. Meals are also provided at the following sites: --Andrews Senior Center, 102 East Main St., Andrews, SC 29510, (843) 264-8416, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Friday; --Georgetown Senior Center, 2104 Lincoln St., Georgetown, SC 29440, (843) 546-9410, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Friday; --Plantersville Senior Center, 1458 Exodus Dr., Georgetown, SC 29440, (843) 527-2029, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Thursday; and --St. Luke Senior Center, 245 Rick Ave., Georgetown, SC 29440, (843) 546-3828, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Friday. Contact the agency for eligibility and availability. GeorgetownNorth Santee Senior CenterGeorgetown County Bureau of Aging Services
Food - Group MealsThe Center serves a hot lunch daily for seniors who attend.HorryNorth Strand Senior CenterHorry County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Orangeburg County Council on Aging provides midday meals at the main site, Monday through Friday, for persons aged 60 years or older who attend the senior center.OrangeburgOrangeburg County Council on AgingOrangeburg County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsSenior Resources provides hot, nutritious meals around noon each weekday for participants and program volunteers at the Pacific Park Wellness Center.RichlandPacific Park Wellness CenterSenior Resources, Inc.
Food - Group MealsA nutritious meal is served at @11:30am, Monday through Friday at the Pacolet Senior Center. Meals require 24-hour advance reservation. Service is for persons 55 years or older, their spouses, and persons with disabilities.SpartanburgPacolet Senior Center at T.W. Edwards Recreation CenterSenior Centers of Spartanburg County, Inc.
Food - Group MealsThe Chesterfield County Council on Aging (CCCOA) provides nutritious, midday meals to participants at the Pageland Nutrition/Activity Center Monday through Friday.ChesterfieldPageland Nutrition/Activity CenterChesterfield County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsSenior Action, Inc. provides hot, nutritious meals at 11:30am each weekday for Greenville County residents age 60 years or older who attend the Piedmont First Baptist site. GreenvillePiedmont First BaptistSenior Action, Inc., Greenville
Food - Group MealsThe Georgetown County Bureau of Aging Services provides at least one meal that meets the nutrition requirements of the Older Americans Act each weekday for the county's older adults at the Plantersville Senior Center. Meals are also provided at the following sites: --Andrews Senior Center, 102 East Main St., Andrews, SC 29510, (843) 264-8416, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Friday; --Georgetown Senior Center, 2104 Lincoln St., Georgetown, SC 29440, (843) 546-9410, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Friday; --North Santee Senior Center, 1484 Mt. Zion Rd., Georgetown, SC 29440, (843) 527-3338, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Thursday; and --St. Luke Senior Center, 245 Rick Ave., Georgetown, SC 29440, (843) 546-3828, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Friday. Contact the agency for eligibility and availability. GeorgetownPlantersville Senior CenterGeorgetown County Bureau of Aging Services
Food - Group MealsSenior Action, Inc. provides hot, nutritious meals at 11:30am each weekday for Greenville County residents age 60 years or older who attend the Pleasant Valley Connection. The Center offers a place for older adults to meet, socialize, and participate in a variety of activities. GreenvillePleasant Valley ConnectionSenior Action, Inc., Greenville
Food - Group MealsBamberg County Office on Aging offers a hot lunch to persons who attend the Rhoad's Senior Center and participate in the activities.BambergRhoad's Senior CenterBamberg County Office on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Jasper County Council on Aging provides a midday meal for persons 60 years or older who attend the Ridgeland Senior Center.JasperRidgeland Senior Center, JCCOAJasper County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Jasper County Council on Aging provides a midday meal for persons 60 years or older who attend the Robertville Senior Center.JasperRobertville Senior Center, JCCOAJasper County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Aiken Area Council on Aging (AACOA) provides a midday meal for participants at the senior center.AikenRoland Smith Senior CenterAiken Area Council on Aging, Inc.
Food - Group MealsBerkeley Seniors, Inc. (BSI) offers a nutritious meal each weekday for persons 60 years or older who attend the Saint Stephen Senior Center on Russelville Road in St. Stephen. The meal is served at approximately 11:30am. Meals also are offered at: ----Moncks Corner Senior Center, 222 Heatley Street, Moncks Corner, SC; and --South Berkeley Senior Center, 103 Thurgood Road, Goose Creek, SC. BerkeleySaint Stephen Senior CenterBerkeley Seniors, Inc. (BSI)
Food - Group MealsSenior Action, Inc. provides hot, nutritious meals at 11:30am each weekday for Greenville County residents age 60 years or older who attend the Orchard Park Senior Center. GreenvilleSenior Action Main Office/Orchard Park Senior CenterSenior Action, Inc., Greenville
Food - Group MealsA nutritious meal is served at @11:30am, Monday through Friday at SL&WC. Meals require 24-hour advance reservation. Service is for persons 55 years or older, their spouses, and persons with disabilities. Special diets can be provided.SpartanburgSenior Life & Wellness Club (SL&WC)Senior Centers of Spartanburg County, Inc.
Food - Group MealsThe ICRC's senior center at Seven Oaks Park in Irmo provides a hot lunch each weekday for participants.LexingtonSeven Oaks ParkIrmo Chapin Recreation Commission (ICRC)
Food - Group MealsSenior Action, Inc. provides hot, nutritious meals at 11:30am each weekday for Greenville County residents age 60 years or older who attend the Slater-Marietta Community Center. GreenvilleSlater-Marietta Community CenterSenior Action, Inc., Greenville
Food - Group MealsThe Darlington County Council on Aging (DCCOA) provides a nutritious, midday meal for persons age 60 years or older at the Society Hill Nutrition Site each weekday.DarlingtonSociety Hill Nutrition SiteDarlington County Council on Aging (DCCOA)
Food - Group MealsBerkeley Seniors, Inc. (BSI) offers a nutritious meal each weekday for persons 60 years or older who attend the South Berkeley Senior Center on Thurgood Road in Goose Creek. The meal is served at approximately 11:30am. Meals also are offered at: ----Moncks Corner Senior Center, 222 Heatley Street, Moncks Corner, SC; and --Saint Stephen Senior Center, 1264 Russelville Road, St. Stephen, SC. BerkeleySouth Berkeley Senior CenterBerkeley Seniors, Inc. (BSI)
Food - Group MealsThe Center serves a hot lunch daily for seniors who attend.HorrySouth Strand Senior CenterHorry County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Orangeburg County Council on Aging provides midday meals at the Springfield Meal Site, Monday through Friday, for persons aged 60 years or older who attend the senior center.OrangeburgSpringfield Meal SiteOrangeburg County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsSenior Action, Inc. provides hot, nutritious meals at 11:30am each weekday for Greenville County residents age 60 years or older who attend the Sterling Community Center. GreenvilleSterling Community CenterSenior Action, Inc., Greenville
Food - Group MealsSenior Services of Beaufort County provides noontime meals at no cost to qualified seniors at the St. Helena Center. However, donations are accepted and encouraged so that more seniors can be served.BeaufortSt. Helena Senior CenterSenior Services of Beaufort County
Food - Group MealsThe South Santee Senior & Community Center daily on-site meals. Meals are also served at the Awendaw Senior Center.St. James South Santee Community CenterSt. James South Santee Community Center
Food - Group MealsThe Georgetown County Bureau of Aging Services provides at least one meal that meets the nutrition requirements of the Older Americans Act each weekday for the county's older adults at the St. Luke Senior Center. Meals are also provided at the following sites: --Andrews Senior Center, 102 East Main St., Andrews, SC 29510, (843) 264-8416, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Friday; --Georgetown Senior Center, 2104 Lincoln St., Georgetown, SC 29440, (843) 546-9410, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Friday; --Plantersville Senior Center, 1458 Exodus Dr., Georgetown, SC 29440, (843) 527-2029, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Thursday; and --North Santee Senior Center, 1484 Mt. Zion Rd., Georgetown, SC 29440, (843) 527-3338, open 9:00am - 1:00pm, Monday through Thursday. Contact the agency for eligibility and availability.GeorgetownSt. Luke Senior CenterGeorgetown County Bureau of Aging Services
Food - Group MealsThe Clarendon County Council on Aging offers hot, nutritious meals weekdays at noon at the Summerton Senior Center for persons 60 years or older.ClarendonSummerton Senior CenterClarendon County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsNutritious meals are served to participants at the Sunrise Cafe (Greenwood Senior Center) each weekday.GreenwoodSunrise CafePiedmont Agency on Aging (PAOA)
Food - Group MealsAgency prepares and serves free meals to persons, who are elderly, homeless, economically disadvantaged, or have disabilities, in a group setting away from their homes. Hot lunches are served on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11:00am to 12:30pm.CharlestonTricounty Family Ministries, N. CharlestonTricounty Family Ministries
Food - Group MealsThe Orangeburg County Council on Aging provides midday meals at the Vance Meal Site, Monday through Friday, for persons aged 60 years or older who attend the senior center.OrangeburgVance Nutrition SiteOrangeburg County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsA nutritious meal is served at @11:00am Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at the VSP Club. Meals require 24-hour advance reservation. Service is for persons 55 years or older, their spouses, and persons with disabilities.SpartanburgVSP Club of Senior CentersSenior Centers of Spartanburg County, Inc.
Food - Group MealsWalterboro Senior Center, operated by the Colleton County Council on Aging (CCCOA), offers a noontime meal to persons 60 years or older who attend the Center for activities.ColletonWalterboro Senior CenterColleton County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe Aiken Area Council on Aging (AACOA) provides a midday meal for participants at the senior center.AikenWindham House Meal SiteAiken Area Council on Aging, Inc.
Food - Group MealsA nutritious meal is served at @11:30am Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at the Woodruff Leisure Center Senior Club. Meals require 24-hour advance reservation. Service is for persons 55 years or older, their spouses, and persons with disabilities.SpartanburgWoodruff Leisure Center Senior ClubSenior Centers of Spartanburg County, Inc.
Food - Group MealsThe Hampton County Council on Aging (HCCOA) provides a midday meal for persons 60 years or older who attend the Yemassee Senior Center.HamptonYemassee Senior Center, HCCOAHampton County Council on Aging
Food - Group MealsThe York County Council on Aging (YCCOA) serves hot, noonday meals for persons 60 years and older at the York Senior Center.YorkYork Senior CenterYork County Council on Aging
Food - In-HomeThe Aiken Area Council on Aging (AACOA) delivers hot, nourishing meals to homebound clients around noontime, Monday through Friday. For those clients who live in the more rural areas of Aiken County, where hot meals are not available, the AACOA delivers packaged, shelf-stable meals.AikenAiken Area Council on Aging (AACOA), Main OfficeAiken Area Council on Aging, Inc.
Food - In-HomeThe Allendale County Office on Aging delivers prepared meals to county residents 60 years or older who are homebound and cannot prepare their own meals due to a physical condition or dementia. Meals are delivered around midday Monday through Friday, except on holidays.AllendaleAllendale County Office on AgingAllendale County Office on Aging
Food - In-HomeThe purpose of the Home Delivered Meals program is to maintain and/or improve the nutrition and health status and quality of life of older adults by: (1) assuring service recipients receive at least one meal per day (lunch) for a minimum of five days a week, (2) providing frequent contact with others to reduce isolation, and (3) offering monthly nutrition and health/wellness information. Local churches provide holiday meals to participants in the Denmark and Bamberg areas.BambergBamberg County Office on AgingBamberg County Office on Aging
Food - In-HomeBerkeley Seniors, Inc. (BSI) delivers hot, nutritious meals to eligible, homebound seniors at lunchtime Monday through Friday.BerkeleyBerkeley Seniors, Inc., Administrative OfficeBerkeley Seniors, Inc. (BSI)
Food - In-HomeThe Lee County Council on Aging delivers midday meals to homebound seniors (age 55+) and adults with disabilities through the Bishopville Senior Center each weekday.LeeBishopville Senior CenterLee County Council on Aging
Food - In-HomeAgency prepares and delivers midday meals on weekdays to the homes of persons who are homebound and not able to buy meals, cook meals, or have someone else who could fix meals for them. Spouses under 60 of people who are eligible and persons with disabilities living with someone who is eligible may also receive meals. Donations are accepted. Meals are delivered between 10:00am and noon.CherokeeBlacksburg Senior CenterSenior Centers of Cherokee County, Inc.
Food - In-HomeThe Calhoun County Council on Aging delivers regular or special diet prepared meals to county residents 60 years or older who are home-bound and cannot prepare their own meals. Meals are delivered around midday Monday through Friday, except on holidays.CalhounCalhoun County Council on AgingCalhoun County Council on Aging
Food - In-HomeCherokee County Meals on Wheels provides a hot, nutritious noonday meal and a personal contact, Monday through Friday, to homebound persons who have no other way of receiving these services. Meals are provided on the basis of need, regardless of age or income. The services are funded by contributions from churches, community groups, businesses, and individuals, and by fund-raising events. The recipients are not charged for the meals, but may make a donation.CherokeeCherokee County Meals on WheelsCherokee County Meals on Wheels
Food - In-HomeColleton County Council on Aging (CCCOA) delivers regular or special diet meals around noontime on weekdays to homebound residents of Colleton County who are 60 or older. Please contact the Council office for more information or to apply for service.ColletonColleton County Council on AgingColleton County Council on Aging
Food - In-HomeDarlington County Council on Aging delivers hot, nutritionally-balanced meals to the homes of homebound older adults around lunchtime each weekday. For those who qualify, but live too far from the hot meal routes, DCCOA delivers five (5) frozen meals once a week.DarlingtonDarlington County Council on Aging, Main OfficeDarlington County Council on Aging (DCCOA)
Food - In-HomeA hot, nutritious midday meal is delivered to the consumer's home five days per week (Monday through Friday). Dorchester Seniors, Inc., delivers meals to homebound individuals. All meals are regular diet.DorchesterDorchester Seniors, Inc.Dorchester Seniors, Inc.
Food - In-HomeThe Lee County Council on Aging delivers midday meals to homebound seniors (age 55+) and adults with disabilities through the Ebenezer Church Nutritional Site Tuesday and Thursday.LeeEbenezer Church Nutritional SiteLee County Council on Aging
Food - In-HomeEdgefield County Senior Citizens Council volunteers deliver hot, nutritious meals around noon each weekday to homebound seniors and persons with disabilities. Shelf-stable meals (non-perishable) are available for people in remote areas. EdgefieldEdgefield County Senior Citizens Council (ECSCC)Edgefield County Senior Citizens Council (ECSCC)
Food - In-HomeAgency prepares and delivers midday meals on weekdays to the homes of persons who are homebound and not able to buy meals, cook meals, or have someone else who could fix meals for them. Spouses under 60 of people who are eligible and persons with disabilities living with someone who is eligible may also receive meals. Donations are accepted. Meals are delivered between 10:00am and noon.CherokeeGaffney Senior CenterSenior Centers of Cherokee County, Inc.
Food - In-HomeGenerations Unlimited delivers prepared meals to Barnwell County residents 60 years or older who are homebound and cannot prepare their own meals due to physical illness or dementia. Meals are delivered around midday Monday through Friday, except on holidays.BarnwellGail Reyes Senior Center, Generations UnlimitedGenerations Unlimited
Food - In-HomeGourmade Meals® will prepare simple, healthy meals and deliver them to a client's home, office, or other group location. Meals delivered to the client's home will be left in the client's containers with heating and/or serving instructions. Meals delivered to a group's location will be left in labeled take-out containers, ready to be warmed in an alternate container or served cold. Pricing depends on the number of servings, the number of people, and any extras requested. Clients may choose to select meals on a weekly or bi-weekly basis; or to participate in the 16-week program at a lower rate per meal: $15.00 per meal for 1-10 meals ordered, or $10.00 per meal for 11-20 meals ordered. Gourmade Meals® uses many organic ingredients, mostly whole grains and a few simple carbs. Meals contain no MSG, trans-fats, or added preservatives; and no artificial colors, flavors, or other ingredients. Client can request meals in keeping with special dietary needs.LexingtonGourmade Meals In Your HomeGourmade Meals In Your Home
Food - In-HomeGreer Community Ministries' Meals on Wheels service promotes good nutrition and prevents social isolation. Nutritious, hot meals are prepared and delivered by volunteers Monday through Friday to homebound persons who have a disability or are age 62 or older.GreenvilleGreer Community MinistriesGreer Community Ministries
Food - In-HomeThe Hampton County Council on Aging delivers prepared meals to county residents 60 years or older who are homebound and cannot prepare their own meals due to physical illness or dementia. Meals are delivered around midday Monday through Friday, except on holidays.HamptonHampton Senior Center, HCCOAHampton County Council on Aging
Food - In-HomeHorry County Council on Aging (HCCOA) prepares and delivers regular or special diet meals to eligible seniors' homes. Contact the HCCOA for more information regarding availability and eligibility.HorryHorry County Council on Aging AdministrationHorry County Council on Aging
Food - In-HomeIrmo Chapin Recreation Commission delivers prepared meals on weekdays to older adults who are homebound and unable to prepare their own meals.LexingtonIrmo Chapin Recreation Commission (ICRC) OfficeIrmo Chapin Recreation Commission (ICRC)
Food - In-HomeKershaw County Council on Aging offers home delivery of nutritious meals to homebound senior adults (age 60 years or older) who are determined during the intake assessment to be in the greatest economic and social need. Hot midday meals are delivered on Wednesday and Thursday from the Bethune site; depending on need, some frozen meals may be available.KershawKershaw County Council on Aging, Bethune Nutritional SiteKershaw County Council on Aging
Food - In-HomeThe Lee County Council on Aging delivers midday meals to homebound seniors (age 55+) and adults with disabilities through the Lynchburg Center each weekday.LeeLynchburg CenterLee County Council on Aging
Food - In-HomeThe McCormick County Senior Center provides regular or special diet meals delivered to a person's home. Meals are prepared and frozen by a caterer, delivered to the Center, and distributed to eligible seniors once a week in either a five- or seven-day supply. Please contact the McCormick County Senior Center for more information regarding availability and eligibility.McCormickMcCormick County Senior CenterMcCormick County Senior Center, Inc.
Food - In-HomeMeals On Wheels - Anderson provides a home-delivered, hot lunch for Anderson County residents who are elderly or disabled, homebound, and unable to prepare their own food.AndersonMeals On Wheels - AndersonMeals On Wheels - Anderson
Food - In-HomeMeals on Wheels of Greenville enhances the lives of homebound individuals by providing nutritious meals, personal contact, and related services. A person needs a Meals on Wheels of Greenville referral form completed by his/her doctor. The form may also be completed by a social service agency if the person is currently under their care.GreenvilleMeals on Wheels of GreenvilleMeals on Wheels of Greenville
Food - In-HomeMobile Meal Service of Spartanburg County delivers nutritious noontime meals to individuals who are homebound, elderly, or have a disability and are unable to prepare their own meals. This can be a temporary service after an injury or hospital stay or a long term support to help individuals stay in their own homes longer.SpartanburgMobile Meal Service of Spartanburg CountyMobile Meal Service of Spartanburg County
Food - In-HomeThe Newberry County Council on Aging's dedicated volunteers deliver hot, nutritionally-balanced meals to frail, homebound seniors around midday Monday through Friday throughout the cities of Newberry and Whitmire. Frozen meals are delivered once weekly to those who live in the outlying county areas.NewberryNewberry County Council on Aging, Main OfficeNewberry County Council on Aging
Food - In-HomeThe Orangeburg County Council on Aging delivers regular or special diet meals to eligible senior adults at their homes. Please contact the agency directly for more information regarding availability and eligibility.OrangeburgOrangeburg County Council on AgingOrangeburg County Council on Aging
Food - In-HomePickens County Meals on Wheels (PCMOW) senior nutrition program serves a hot, noontime meal, Monday through Friday, to the home-bound elderly and persons with disabilities living in Pickens County. Volunteers operate 22 service routes in the communities of Easley, Dacusville, Pickens, Six Mile, Liberty, Norris and Central. When delivering home-meals, all volunteers provide a safety check, as well as friendly encouragement to those we serve.Pickens County Meals on WheelsPickens County Meals on Wheels
Food - In-HomeFor those unable to attend a Senior Center dining site, the agency has a home-delivered meal program that provides basic nutrition and outside contact for older adults to enable them to remain independent. This service includes regular or special diet meals delivered to a person's home. Please contact Pickens County Seniors Unlimited directly for more information regarding availability and eligibility.PickensPickens County Seniors Unlimited, Administrative OfficePickens County Seniors Unlimited
Food - In-HomeThe Piedmont Agency on Aging prepares and delivers midday meals to homebound seniors (age 60+) in Abbeville and Greenwood Counties on weekdays. Contact the PAOA for more information about receiving this service.GreenwoodPiedmont Agency on Aging (PAOA) OfficePiedmont Agency on Aging (PAOA)
Food - In-HomeThe Jasper County Council on Aging (JCCOA) delivers prepared meals to county residents 60 years or older who are homebound and cannot prepare their own meals due to physical illness or dementia. Meals are delivered around midday Monday through Friday, except on holidays.JasperRidgeland Senior Center, JCCOAJasper County Council on Aging
Food - In-HomeSenior Resources' Meals on Wheels program delivers hot, nutritious, midday meals to eligible elderly, frail, and homebound individuals Monday through Friday. Senior Resources also has a program which delivers five nutritious frozen meals at one time each week to eligible clients in remote, rural areas of Richland County. Volunteers pack and deliver these meals. For more information, to volunteer, or to make a donation to the Meals on Wheels Home-Delivery Program, please contact Senior Resources' main office at (803) 252-7734.RichlandSenior Resources, Inc. - Main OfficeSenior Resources, Inc.
Food - In-HomeSenior Services of Beaufort County delivers regular or special diet meals to the homes of eligible persons around noontime on weekdays. Please contact Senior Services of Beaufort County for more information regarding availability and eligibility. BeaufortSenior Services of Beaufort CountySenior Services of Beaufort County
Food - In-HomeThe agency delivers a hot, nutritious meal to each participant's home between 11am and 2pm on weekdays (Monday through Friday).St. James South Santee Community CenterSt. James South Santee Community Center
Food - In-HomeClarendon County Council on Aging offers home delivery of nutritious meals to homebound senior adults (age 60 years or older). Hot midday meals can be delivered on weekdays; or for homebound seniors in the more rural areas of the county, frozen meals can be delivered once per week.ClarendonSummerton Senior CenterClarendon County Council on Aging
Food - In-HomeYork County Council on Aging (YCCOA) delivers hot, nutritious, noontime meals, Monday through Friday, to the homes of York County and Chester County residents who are homebound due to physical or mental limitations and have no one who can prepare a meal for them.YorkYork County Council on Aging OfficeYork County Council on Aging
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceCancer Fund Of America provides nutritional supplements at no cost to individuals with a verified diagnosis of cancer.Cancer Fund Of AmericaCancer Fund Of America
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceCommunity Long Term Care's Community Choices Program provides 2 cases per month of Nutritional Supplements to its participants.AikenCLTC, Community Choices Home and Community Based Waiver Program, AikenCommunity Long Term Care Area 6A, Aiken
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceCommunity Long Term Care's Community Choices Program provides 2 cases per month of Nutritional Supplements to its participants.AndersonCLTC, Community Choices Home and Community Based Waiver Program, AndersonCommunity Long Term Care Area 11, Anderson
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThe Community Long Term Care's Community Choices Program provides 2 cases per month of Nutritional Supplements to its participants.CharlestonCLTC, Community Choices Home and Community Based Waiver Program, CharlestonCommunity Long Term Care Area 10, Charleston
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceCommunity Long Term Care's Community Choices Program provides 2 cases per month of Nutritional Supplements to its participants.RichlandCLTC, Community Choices Home and Community Based Waiver Program, ColumbiaCommunity Long Term Care Area 5, Columbia
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceCLTC's Community Choices Program provides 2 cases per month of Nutritional Supplements to its participants.HorryCLTC, Community Choices Home and Community Based Waiver Program, ConwayCommunity Long Term Care Area 9, Conway
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceCommunity Long Term Care's Community Choices Program provides 2 cases per month of Nutritional Supplements to its participants.FlorenceCLTC, Community Choices Home and Community Based Waiver Program, FlorenceCommunity Long Term Care Area 8, Florence
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceCommunity Long Term Care's Community Choices Program provides 2 cases per month of Nutritional Supplements to its participants.GreenvilleCLTC, Community Choices Home and Community Based Waiver Program, GreenvilleCommunity Long Term Care Area 1, Greenville
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceCommunity Long Term Care's Community Choices Program provides 2 cases per month of Nutritional Supplements to its participants.GreenwoodCLTC, Community Choices Home and Community Based Waiver Program, GreenwoodCommunity Long Term Care Area 3, Greenwood
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceCommunity Long Term Care's Community Choices Program provides 2 cases per month of Nutritional Supplements to its participants.OrangeburgCLTC, Community Choices Home and Community Based Waiver Program, OrangeburgCommunity Long Term Care Area 6, Orangeburg
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceCommunity Long Term Care's Community Choices Program provides 2 cases per month of Nutritional Supplements to its participants.JasperCLTC, Community Choices Home and Community Based Waiver Program, Point South/RidgelandCommunity Long Term Care Area 10A, Point South/Ridgeland
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceCommunity Long Term Care's Community Choices Program provides 2 cases per month of Nutritional Supplements to its participants.YorkCLTC, Community Choices Home and Community Based Waiver Program, Rock HillCommunity Long Term Care Area 4, Rock Hill
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceCommunity Long Term Care's Community Choices Program provides 2 cases per month of Nutritional Supplements to its participants.SpartanburgCLTC, Community Choices Home and Community Based Waiver Program, SpartanburgCommunity Long Term Care Area 2, Spartanburg
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceCommunity Long Term Care's Community Choices Program provides 2 cases per month of Nutritional Supplements to its participants.SumterCLTC, Community Choices Waiver, SumterCommunity Long Term Care Area 7, Sumter
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThe Community Long Term Care Program will provide 2 cases of nutritional supplements per month to a participant.AikenCLTC, HIV/AIDS Home and Community Based Waiver Program, AikenCommunity Long Term Care Area 6A, Aiken
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThe Community Long Term Care Program will provide 2 cases of nutritional supplements per month to a participant.AndersonCLTC, HIV/AIDS Home and Community Based Waiver Program, AndersonCommunity Long Term Care Area 11, Anderson
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThe Community Long Term Care Program will provide 2 cases of nutritional supplements per month to a participant.RichlandCLTC, HIV/AIDS Home and Community Based Waiver Program, ColumbiaCommunity Long Term Care Area 5, Columbia
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThe Community Long Term Care Program will provide 2 cases of nutritional supplements per month to a participant.HorryCLTC, HIV/AIDS Home and Community Based Waiver Program, ConwayCommunity Long Term Care Area 9, Conway
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThe Community Long Term Care Program will provide 2 cases of nutritional supplements per month to a participant.FlorenceCLTC, HIV/AIDS Home and Community Based Waiver Program, FlorenceCommunity Long Term Care Area 8, Florence
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThe Community Long Term Care Program will provide 2 cases of nutritional supplements per month to a participant.GreenvilleCLTC, HIV/AIDS Home and Community Based Waiver Program, GreenvilleCommunity Long Term Care Area 1, Greenville
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThe Community Long Term Care Program will provide 2 cases of nutritional supplements per month to a participant.GreenwoodCLTC, HIV/AIDS Home and Community Based Waiver Program, GreenwoodCommunity Long Term Care Area 3, Greenwood
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceCLTC will provide 2 cases per month of nutritional supplements to a participant.OrangeburgCLTC, HIV/AIDS Home and Community Based Waiver Program, OrangeburgCommunity Long Term Care Area 6, Orangeburg
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThe Community Long Term Care Program will provide 2 cases of nutritional supplements per month to a participant.JasperCLTC, HIV/AIDS Home and Community Based Waiver Program, Point South/RidgelandCommunity Long Term Care Area 10A, Point South/Ridgeland
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThe Community Long Term Care Program will provide 2 cases of nutritional supplements per month to a participant.YorkCLTC, HIV/AIDS Home and Community Based Waiver Program, Rock HillCommunity Long Term Care Area 4, Rock Hill
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThe Community Long Term Care Program will provide 2 cases of nutritional supplements per month to a participant.SpartanburgCLTC, HIV/AIDS Home and Community Based Waiver Program, SpartanburgCommunity Long Term Care Area 2, Spartanburg
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThe Community Long Term Care Program will provide 2 cases of nutritional supplements per month to a participant.CharlestonCLTC, HIV/AIDS Waiver Program, CharlestonCommunity Long Term Care Area 10, Charleston
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThe Community Long Term Care Program will provide 2 cases of nutritional supplements per month to a participant.SumterCLTC, HIV/AIDS Waiver Program, SumterCommunity Long Term Care Area 7, Sumter
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThis waiver provides necessary nutritional supplements (vitamins/minerals) to its participants.AikenCLTC, Mechanical Ventilator Dependent HCB Waiver Program, AikenCommunity Long Term Care Area 6A, Aiken
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThis waiver provides necessary nutritional supplements (vitamins/minerals) to its participants.AndersonCLTC, Mechanical Ventilator Dependent HCB Waiver Program, AndersonCommunity Long Term Care Area 11, Anderson
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThis waiver provides necessary nutritional supplements (vitamins/minerals) to its participants.RichlandCLTC, Mechanical Ventilator Dependent HCB Waiver Program, ColumbiaCommunity Long Term Care Area 5, Columbia
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThis waiver provides necessary nutritional supplements (vitamins/minerals) to its participants.HorryCLTC, Mechanical Ventilator Dependent HCB Waiver Program, ConwayCommunity Long Term Care Area 9, Conway
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThis waiver provides necessary nutritional supplements (vitamins/minerals) to its participants.FlorenceCLTC, Mechanical Ventilator Dependent HCB Waiver Program, FlorenceCommunity Long Term Care Area 8, Florence
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThis waiver provides necessary nutritional supplements (vitamins/minerals) to its participants.GreenvilleCLTC, Mechanical Ventilator Dependent HCB Waiver Program, GreenvilleCommunity Long Term Care Area 1, Greenville
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThis waiver provides necessary nutritional supplements (vitamins/minerals) to its participants.GreenwoodCLTC, Mechanical Ventilator Dependent HCB Waiver Program, GreenwoodCommunity Long Term Care Area 3, Greenwood
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThis waiver provides provides necessary nutritional supplements (vitamins/minerals) to its participants.OrangeburgCLTC, Mechanical Ventilator Dependent HCB Waiver Program, OrangeburgCommunity Long Term Care Area 6, Orangeburg
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThis waiver provides necessary nutritional supplements (vitamins/minerals) to its participants.JasperCLTC, Mechanical Ventilator Dependent HCB Waiver Program, Point South/RidgelandCommunity Long Term Care Area 10A, Point South/Ridgeland
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThis waiver provides necessary nutritional supplements (vitamins/minerals) to its participants.YorkCLTC, Mechanical Ventilator Dependent HCB Waiver Program, Rock HillCommunity Long Term Care Area 4, Rock Hill
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThis waiver provides necessary nutritional supplements (vitamins/minerals) to its participants.SpartanburgCLTC, Mechanical Ventilator Dependent HCB Waiver Program, SpartanburgCommunity Long Term Care Area 2, Spartanburg
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThis waiver provides necessary nutritional supplements (vitamins/minerals) to its participants.SumterCLTC, Mechanical Ventilator Dependent HCB Waiver Program, SumterCommunity Long Term Care Area 7, Sumter
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceThis waiver provides necessary nutritional supplements (vitamins/minerals) to its participants.CharlestonCLTC, Mechanical Ventilator Dependent Waiver Program, CharlestonCommunity Long Term Care Area 10, Charleston
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceDarlington County Council on Aging helps to pay for or otherwise provides vitamin and mineral supplements, needed for good health, for older adults who cannot afford to buy them. Service is limited by the availability of funding.DarlingtonDarlington County Council on Aging, Main OfficeDarlington County Council on Aging (DCCOA)
Nutritional Supplement AssistanceWhen funding is available, the MCCOA helps members who have a doctor's order get a monthly supply of a liquid nutritional supplement. Contact the agency directly for more information.MarlboroMarlboro County Council on AgingMarlboro County Council on Aging
Senior CenterSouth Berkeley Senior Center provides social, recreational, and educational activities; health/wellness programs; and nutrition services in order to prevent social isolation and to improve both the health and overall quality of life for older adults who live in Berkeley County. Offerings include a nutritious meal each day, arts & crafts, cards and board games, speakers on topics of interest, exercise and wellness programs, day trips, special events, and more.BerkeleySouth Berkeley Senior CenterBerkeley Seniors, Inc. (BSI)
Utility AssistanceAnderson Interfaith Ministries helps pay utility bills in emergency situations. People asking for help with an overdue bill must bring that bill with them and agree to work with the agency on a plan to stay independent. If they do not follow the plan that they both agreed on, the agency will not continue to offer help.AndersonAnderson Interfaith MinistriesAnderson Interfaith Ministries
Utility AssistanceArea Churches Together Serving may help pay past-due utility bills for those who have received a final or disconnect notice and are in need due to job loss, medical crisis or other emergency situations once per year. The agency can help pay water, electricity, and gas bills. A person must bring in all past-due bills for which help is being requested. Payments are made directly to the provider and not to the person asking for assistance.AikenArea Churches Together ServingArea Churches Together Serving (ACTS)
Utility AssistanceBluffton Self Help, Inc. offers emergency assistance with utility payments (electricity, water/sewer, etc.) for qualified persons.BeaufortBluffton Self Help, Inc.Bluffton Self Help, Inc.
Utility AssistanceLight House Relief Funds provide financial supports with security deposits, rent, mortgage, utility deposits, and utility payments in an effort to combat homelessness. In addition to financial supports, service recipients will have access to care coordination and entitlement/benefit assessments. CharlestonChannel The Beacon Light House Relief FundsChannel The Beacon, LLC
Utility AssistanceCommunity Ministry of North Augusta may help pay overdue water, electricity, and gas bills for those who are in need due to job loss, medical crisis, or other emergency situations on a one-time basis. A person must bring in all past due bills for which help is being requested.Community Ministry of North AugustaCommunity Ministry of North Augusta
Utility AssistanceenTouch Wireless, powered by Boomerang Wireless, LLC, offers free nationwide wireless voice service. Through the Lifeline Assistance Program, enTouch helps keep people safe, healthy, and connected to their community. Free phone services are available to individuals who meet certain eligibility requirements. Eligible individuals may receive up to 250 FREE minutes/text messages each month. All phones provided through enTouch Wireless have the same capabilities and features of a modern cellular device, such as caller ID, 3-way calling, call forwarding, free 411 services, etc. There are no bills, no long-term contracts, and no activation fees. Limited to one (1) per household. Services are non-transferable. enTouch Wireless is a licensed Eligible Telecommunications Carrier. enTouch WirelessBoomerang Wireless, LLC
Utility AssistanceThe Emergency Assistance Program provides assistance to individuals in crisis for utilities. Emergency assistance helps people who are experiencing sudden and unexpected problems with life's basic needs.Greer Relief and Resources Agency, Inc.Greer Relief and Resources Agency, Inc.
Utility AssistanceHelping Hand of Myrtle Beach assists with water, electric, and gas bills for those who can provide a late payment notice or cutoff notice.HorryHelping Hand of Myrtle BeachHelping Hand of Myrtle Beach
Utility AssistanceAgency helps pay the costs for utilities (electricity, gas, and water/sewer service) for Dorchester County residents at risk of having services shut off.DorchesterHELP of SummervilleHELP of Summerville
Utility AssistanceThe Hilton Head Island Deep Well Project is a nonprofit organization that may help to pay all or part of the utility bills (electricity/natural gas, heating fuel, and/or water/sewer) for local residents in times of emergency need. Assistance is provided on a case-by-case basis.BeaufortHilton Head Island Deep Well ProjectHilton Head Island Deep Well Project
Utility AssistanceIron City Ministries may provide, as funds are available, payment of overdue electricity bills, heating bills, water and sewage bills. Also, small amounts of gasoline for cars, if the need is urgent.CherokeeIron City Ministries, Inc.Iron City Ministries, Inc.
Utility AssistanceLexington Interfaith Community Services helps pay the costs for utilities (such as electricity, gas, and/or water and sewer service) for persons in crisis or emergency situations. LexingtonLexington Social Service CenterLexington Interfaith Community Services
Utility AssistanceLifeline is a government program that offers a discount of $13.75 on the monthly local telephone bill for qualified low-income households or certain residents of federally-recognized tribal lands. Lifeline is available through Comporium Communications. Eligible persons/households receive a one-time 50% discount off the telephone installation charges and a credit of $13.75 on each monthly phone bill. Eligible persons/households residing on tribal land receive a one-time 100% discount off the telephone installation charges and a credit of $21.85 on each monthly phone bill. Click on the links to the Affiliated Agency and Program below for more information.LifelineComporium Communications
Utility AssistanceAgency helps with utility expenses such as gas, electricity, and/or water bills, including deposits, for eligible residents of Florence County. FlorenceLighthouse MinistriesLighthouse Ministries
Utility AssistanceFinancial assistance for utility bills is available to people with Multiple Sclerosis who qualify. All financial assistance is based on a sliding scale and the household's annual income. A person must complete an application that includes yearly income and number of people in the household. Funds are limited and given directly to the service provider, not the individual. All other resources must be exhausted first. Call 1-800-344-4867, toll-free, for more information.National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater Carolinas ChapterNational Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater Carolinas Chapter
Utility AssistancePalmetto AIDS Life Support Services provides helps pay the costs for utilities such as electricity, gas, and/or water and sewer service.RichlandPalmetto AIDS Life Support ServicesPalmetto AIDS Life Support Services of the Midlands, Inc.
Utility AssistanceOnce need is established, partial payments of utility bill, heating bill, water & sewage bills are available. Also, small quantities of gasoline for automobile, if there is urgent need; and small quantities of kerosene for space heater.CherokeePEACHCenter Ministries, Inc.PEACHCenter Ministries, Inc.
Utility AssistancePilgrims' Inn helps pay the costs for utilities such as electricity, gas, and/or water and sewer service.YorkPilgrims' InnPilgrims' Inn
Utility AssistanceProject Hope helps pay the costs for utilities such as electricity, gas, and/or water and sewer service. Agency may also help purchase kerosene for heating.YorkProject HopeProject Hope
Utility AssistanceSenior Services of Beaufort County participates in the Wood for Warmth program that may provide wood for burning during the cold winter months.BeaufortSenior Services of Beaufort CountySenior Services of Beaufort County
Utility AssistanceSharing God's Love may provide an eligible client with assistance towards paying an electricity bill. Assistance depends on the availability of funds and may be limited to once a year.LexingtonSharing God's LoveSharing God's Love
Utility AssistanceThe Lifeline Program is a state-administered assistance program designed to ensure all SC residents have basic local telephone service. Lifeline provides qualifying participants a monthly credit of $12.75 on their home phone service. Eligible participants are low-income households receiving Food Stamps, Medicaid, school free lunch, Section 8 housing, LIHEAP, SSI, and/or Family Independence benefits. Lifeline benefits may only be offered by eligible telecommunications companies.RichlandSouth Carolina Lifeline ProgramSC Office of Regulatory Staff
Utility AssistanceAgency provides short-term assistance with utility bill payments for persons with HIV/AIDS and their families when they are ill and miss a paycheck, or if they are at risk of homelessness.GreenwoodUpper Savannah Care ServicesUpper Savannah Care Services

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