SURVIVOR RESOURCE GUIDES

Our expertly designed programs, both shelter and community-based, are designed to serve victims on the path to survival.

The below resource guides are pulled from our client exit materials, designed to sustain survivors as they work to rebuild their lives, free from abuse. 

For personalized resources and outcomes, we encourage you to contact MSH to discuss our free programs and how they can support you if you're experiencing domestic violence. 

IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW NEEDS HELP, CALL OUR 24-HOUR CONFIDENTIAL CRISIS LINE:

SURVIVOR RESOURCE GUIDES

Please note that some local agencies and resources may require individual referrals for services.

We encourage you to contact MSH directly at (800)273-HOPE if you need to request a referral for a specific service. 

Domestic Violence Survivors in South Carolina - Basic Needs Resources

BASIC

NEEDS

  • Commonly Used Resource Centers

  • Clothing Services

  • Financial Services

  • Food Services

  • Medical Services

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HISPANIC + IMMIGRANT SERVICES

  • Commonly Used Services

  • South Carolina State Services

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TRANSPORTATION

  • Commonly Used Transportation Services for Clients

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COURT ADVOCACY

  • General and Local Domestic Violence Law Information

    • Legal Advocates

    • Legal Representation

    • Legal Advocacy + Information

    • Victim's Compensation

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HOMELESS SHELTERS + TRANSITIONAL HOUSING

  • Additional Local Domestic Violence Shelters

  • Services for Women and Children

  • Services for Men

  • Services for Military

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TREATMENT PROGRAMS

  • Batterer Treatment Programs

  • Adult Mental Health Programs

  • Children's Mental Health Programs

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GOVERNMENT BENEFITS

  • South Carolina State Services

    • Government Benefits

    • Housing Authorities

    • Law Enforcement Victims' Advocates (LEVA's)

    • Medicaid Offices

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SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAMS

  • Treatment Programs

    • Alcohol

    • Drugs

    • Opioids

    • Prescription Drugs

    • Other