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Service Area: Aiken, Anderson, Cherokee (Gaffney), Greenville, Greenwood, and Spartanburg Address: 111 S Main St Ste C, Greer, SC 29650 Phone: (864) 655-5855 Fax: (864) 751-5139 Office Hours: a.m. Monday – Friday Website: – Provides comprehensive assessments to children and families entering the foster care system in Greenville County (in collaboration with Greenville Co. Education – Ensure and maintain access—expulsion and suspension; special education; access—bilingual, residency, testing, enrollment, vocational rehabilitation, student financial aid; etc.: 400 South Logan, Gaffney, SC 29341 Clinic phone: (864) 487-2705 Hours of Operation: a.m. DSS, GHS Children’s Hospital, and United Way of Greenville) : Case management and mentors for at risk young adults and their families, ages 18-26; Referrals to local resources agencies for healthcare (physical and mental), housing, finance/employment, education, childcare/parenting, and food/nutrition : Supervised visitation and safe custody exchange—Pendleton Place’s commitment to help families establish and maintain positive parenting relationships with their children, minimizing conflict between parents while protecting children from abuse and neglect – Residential program for girls ages 12 – 21 who have been removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect; Also provided—counseling, educational support, life skills training, financial literacy classes, civic engagement, and other hands-on opportunities Service Area: Anderson, Greenville, Laurens, Pickens, and other SC counties as needed Address: 1133 Pendleton St, Greenville, SC 29601 Phone: (864) 467-3650 Fax: (864) 467-3645 Office Hours: a.m. Monday – Friday Website: : Assists low-to-moderate income SC families and individuals by offering a competitive market fixed interest rate mortgage loans; Offers down payment assistance based on availability, which may be used toward down payment and closing costs : Provides financial assistance for the development, rehabilitation, and acquisition of affordable housing for low-income and very-low-income households. Employment – Employment discrimination, wage claims, Earned Income Tax Credit, other taxes, employee rights, wrongful termination, problems preventing employment (such as driver’s license suspension), etc.
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