Help Line 211
We Are Here To Help
Challenges and difficulties are a part of life. Sometimes we are faced with so many challenges that we don’t know where to begin. Let us help. We know that talking to someone who actively listens can be beneficial.
We believe that everyone has the right to be listened to without judgment and free from criticism. Dial 2-1-1. All calls are free and confidential.
During the difficult times, we can provide supportive information and referrals or intervention. There are services, programs and agencies in your area that can assist with whatever your needs are.
Need for Food, Shelter/Housing, Clothing, Transportation, Child Care, Utility Payment Assistance, County Services and Information; Health Care; Employment; Local Summer Camp Listings for children; Day Care; Elderly or Disability Services; Crisis Intervention for Domestic, Child or Elder Abuse; Alcohol & Drug Addiction; Suicide Prevention; Supportive Listening and Community Wide Information During Times of Disaster.
When people need help, they call three, easy to remember numbers: 2-1-1. Trained Call Specialists are waiting to talk to you and to offer support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all day, every day.
Help Line serves thousands of callers each year. People who have nowhere else to turn or don’t know where to start call the Help Line by Dialing 2-1-1. Let us assist you with finding the answers to your questions. Help Line 2-1-1 answers the call and stands committed to the community as a valuable resource.
State and Federal Resources
THE SOUTH CAROLINA
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIVISION
All agencies are working together to get to you the best information we have about the novel coronavirus COVID-19. SCEMD’s homepage is the central point for all of that emergency information as it becomes available. Take a moment to visit scemd.org.Learn More
SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL
DHEC continues to work with federal, state and local partners to respond to the emerging outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). For general questions about COVID-19, visit the SCDHEC website.
THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE
CONTROL AND PREVENTION
Stay informed about the local COVID-19 situation. Know the facts about coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and help stop the spread of rumors. Monitor the CDC Website