York County Resource Guide

Elevation Outreach exists to empower a generation of believers who embrace a lifestyle of generosity and service so that our cities will be forever changed by the love of Christ. We function under Pastor Steven’s vision to partner with great non-profit organizations and serve the underserved in Jesus’ name. These organizations work as an extension of our church to provide care for people needing assistance.

 

Elevation Church partners with more than 80 organizations across the globe while investing the majority of its outreach resources and volunteer support locally. This Resource Guide will direct you to organizations that can assist in your situation while helping you understand what to expect during the process.

Do You Need Clothing?

HOPE INC.

 

Hope Inc. provides food, clothing, and financial assistance to individuals and families in crisis.

 

Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Address: 404 E Main Street Rock Hill, SC 29730

Phone: 803-328-8000

Note: Hope Inc. serves people within the Rock Hill School District. Hope Inc does not have a website. In order to inquire about assistance you must first call Hope, Inc. directly.

What to Bring:

• Picture ID of everyone in the household who is 18 years of age or older

• Social security documentation for all household members (social security card, documentation from the Social Security Administration verifying social security number, W2 form from an employer or paystub indicating the nine digit social security number, or W7 if applicable. If you are not registered with the Social Security Administration you are required to provide some form of identification).

• Proof of address

 


 

PATH (People Attempting to Help)

 

PATH provides food, financial assistance, clothing, and emergency shelter for people in need.

 

Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.

Address: 204 Raille Street York, SC 29745

Phone: 803-684-3992

Website: www.pathministriesofyorksc.org

Note: PATH only serves the first 25 people that arrive at their offices each morning. PATH serves families who live in York District #1 only (York, Sharon, Hickory Grove, Smyrna, McConnells, and very small parts of Clover and Rock Hill). You must first make an appointment with the Department of Social Services and be referred in order to receive assistance from PATH.

What to Bring:

• Picture ID of everyone in the household who is 18 years of age or older

• Social security documentation for all household members (social security card, documentation from the Social Security Administration verifying social security number, W2 form from an employer or paystub indicating the nine digit social security number, or W7 if applicable. If you are not registered with the Social Security Administration you are required to provide some form of identification).

• Proof of all household income for the past 30 days. Clients who are paid every week are required to present four current paystubs. Clients who are paid bi-weekly are required to present two current paystubs, and clients who are paid monthly are required to bring one current paystub. Clients who receive unemployment, SSI or SSA, VA Pension, Retirement Pension, Child Support, Disability, and/or income from family or friends are required to present a statement of income verification. Clients who are self-employed are required to present income verification.

• All disconnection and past due utility statements. These should be in the applying clients name and that person must reside in the household.

• Case print out from the Department of Social Services

Do You Need Financial Assistance?

CLOVER AREA ASSISTANCE CENTER (CAAC)

 

The Clover Area Assistance Center provides support and resources to needy individuals and families of Clover, SC. Urgent needs that people may have are met directly with various assistance programs, including food, health services, emergency financial assistance, and other special needs items. They may also refer people to other organizations.

 

Hours of Operation: Monday & Wednesday 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Thursday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Address: 1130 Highway 55 East, Clover, SC 29710

Phone: 803-222-4837

Website: www.cloverareaassistance.org

Note: To receive assistance from the Clover Area you must live within the boundaries of the Clover District (#2) which includes Bethany, Bethel, Bowling Green, Clove, Lake Wylie, and portions of Blacksburg and York.

What to Bring:

• Picture ID of everyone in the household who is 18 years of age or older

• Social security documentation for all household members (social security card, documentation from the Social Security Administration verifying social security number, W2 form from an employer or paystub indicating the nine digit social security number, or W7 if applicable. If you are not registered with the Social Security Administration you are required to provide some form of identification).

• Proof of all household income for the past 30 days. Clients who are paid every week are required to present four current paystubs. Clients who are paid bi-weekly are required to present two current paystubs, and clients who are paid monthly are required to bring one current paystub. Clients who receive unemployment, SSI or SSA, VA Pension, Retirement Pension, Child Support, Disability, and/or income from family or friends are required to present a statement of income verification. Clients who are self-employed are required to present income verification.

• All disconnection and past due utility statements. These should be in the applying clients name and that person must reside in the household.

• Rental lease

• Pension, Proof of Unemployment Compensation, Social Security Statements, most recent benefit letters, disability, and proof of enrollment for adult students if applicable.

Once you have compiled all the documentation necessary to apply, you are ready to go to Clover Area Assistance Center to apply for services in person. When you arrive at the Clover Area Assistance Center office the staff will verify that you have all of the required information and ask you to complete a registration form. If you have the documentation with you, the entire process will take about 15 minutes. Once your eligibility has been confirmed you will be able to receive services immediately. (This excludes medical and dental, which have waiting periods before care is available.)

 


 

FORT MILL CARE CENTER

 

The Fort Mill Care Center assists with immediate needs of Fort Mill citizens.

 

Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Address: 818 Tom Hall Street Suite 114 Fort Mill, SC 29715

Phone: 803-547-7620

Website: www.fortmillcarecenter.org

Note: The Fort Mill Care Center serves people living in the following zip code areas: 29715, 29707, and 29708. In order to receive assistance you must gather all necessary documents and call the Fort Mill Care Center to make an appointment.

What to Bring:

• Picture ID

• Social security documentation for all household members (social security card, documentation from the Social Security Administration verifying social security number, W2 form from an employer or paystub indicating the nine digit social security number, or W7 if applicable. If you are not registered with the Social Security Administration you are required to provide some form of identification).

• Proof of all household income for the past 30 days. Clients who are paid every week are required to present four current paystubs. Clients who are paid bi-weekly are required to present two current paystubs, and clients who are paid monthly are required to bring one current paystub. Clients who receive unemployment, SSI or SSA, VA Pension, Retirement Pension, Child Support, Disability, and/or income from family or friends are required to present a statement of income verification. Clients who are self-employed are required to present income verification.

• Proof of Address

 


 

HOPE INC.

 

Hope Inc. provides food, clothing, and financial assistance to individuals and families in crisis.

 

Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Address: 404 E Main Street Rock Hill, SC 29730

Phone: 803-328-8000

Note: Hope Inc. serves people within the Rock Hill School District. Hope Inc does not have a website. In order to inquire about assistance you must first call Hope, Inc. directly.

What to Bring:

• Picture ID of everyone in the household who is 18 years of age or older

• Social security documentation for all household members (social security card, documentation from the Social Security Administration verifying social security number, W2 form from an employer or paystub indicating the nine digit social security number, or W7 if applicable. If you are not registered with the Social Security Administration you are required to provide some form of identification).

• Proof of address

 


 

PATH (People Attempting to Help)

 

PATH provides food, financial assistance, clothing, and emergency shelter for people in need.

 

Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.

Address: 204 Raille Street York, SC 29745

Phone: 803-684-3992

Website: www.pathministriesofyorksc.org

Note: PATH only serves the first 25 people that arrive at their offices each morning. PATH serves families who live in York District #1 only (York, Sharon, Hickory Grove, Smyrna, McConnells, and very small parts of Clover and Rock Hill). You must first make an appointment with the Department of Social Services and be referred in order to receive assistance from PATH.

What to Bring:

• Picture ID of everyone in the household who is 18 years of age or older

• Social security documentation for all household members (social security card, documentation from the Social Security Administration verifying social security number, W2 form from an employer or paystub indicating the nine digit social security number, or W7 if applicable. If you are not registered with the Social Security Administration you are required to provide some form of identification).

• Proof of all household income for the past 30 days. Clients who are paid every week are required to present four current paystubs. Clients who are paid bi-weekly are required to present two current paystubs, and clients who are paid monthly are required to bring one current paystub. Clients who receive unemployment, SSI or SSA, VA Pension, Retirement Pension, Child Support, Disability, and/or income from family or friends are required to present a statement of income verification. Clients who are self-employed are required to present income verification.

• All disconnection and past due utility statements. These should be in the applying clients name and that person must reside in the household.

• Case print out from the Department of Social Services

 


 

PILGRIM’S INN

 

Serves families and individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. The Pilgrim’s Inn strives to provide a combination of immediate emergency aid with ongoing guidance and support to enable clients to achieve better stability and independence, and avoid future crises.

 

Address: 236 West Main St Rock Hill, SC 29731

Phone: 803-327-4227

Website: www.pilgrimsinn.org

Note: The emergency assistance department receives request by phone Monday – Friday from 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Monday – Friday.

 


 

ROCK HILL SALVATION ARMY

 

Rock Hill Salvation Army Assistance programs help low-income families in the northern region of South Carolina, including the York and Lancaster County region.

 

Address: 119 S. Charlotte Ave. Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730

Phone: 803-324-5141

Website: www.salvationarmycarolinas.org/commands/rockhill/

Note: To inquire about receiving financial assistance you must first call the main office and make an appointment.

Do You Need Food?

CLOVER AREA ASSISTANCE CENTER (CAAC)

 

The Clover Area Assistance Center provides support and resources to needy individuals and families of Clover, SC. Urgent needs that people may have are met directly with various assistance programs, including food, health services, emergency financial assistance, and other special needs items. They may also refer people to other organizations.

 

Hours of Operation: Monday & Wednesday 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Thursday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Address: 1130 Highway 55 East, Clover, SC 29710

Phone: 803-222-4837

Website: www.cloverareaassistance.org

Note: To receive assistance from the Clover Area you must live within the boundaries of the Clover District (#2) which includes Bethany, Bethel, Bowling Green, Clove, Lake Wylie, and portions of Blacksburg and York.

What to Bring:

• Picture ID of everyone in the household who is 18 years of age or older

• Social security documentation for all household members (social security card, documentation from the Social Security Administration verifying social security number, W2 form from an employer or paystub indicating the nine digit social security number, or W7 if applicable. If you are not registered with the Social Security Administration you are required to provide some form of identification).

• Proof of all household income for the past 30 days. Clients who are paid every week are required to present four current paystubs. Clients who are paid bi-weekly are required to present two current paystubs, and clients who are paid monthly are required to bring one current paystub. Clients who receive unemployment, SSI or SSA, VA Pension, Retirement Pension, Child Support, Disability, and/or income from family or friends are required to present a statement of income verification. Clients who are self-employed are required to present income verification.

• All disconnection and past due utility statements. These should be in the applying clients name and that person must reside in the household.

• Rental lease

• Pension, Proof of Unemployment Compensation, Social Security Statements, most recent benefit letters, disability, and proof of enrollment for adult students if applicable.

Once you have compiled all the documentation necessary to apply, you are ready to go to Clover Area Assistance Center to apply for services in person. When you arrive at the Clover Area Assistance Center office the staff will verify that you have all of the required information and ask you to complete a registration form. If you have the documentation with you, the entire process will take about 15 minutes. Once your eligibility has been confirmed you will be able to receive services immediately. (This excludes medical and dental, which have waiting periods before care is available.)

 


 

DOROTHY DAY SOUP KITCHEN

 

The Dorothy Day Soup Kitchen serves families and individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. The Pilgrim’s Inn strives to provide a combination of immediate emergency aid with ongoing guidance and support to enable clients to achieve better stability and independence, and avoid future crises.

 

Hours of Operation: Serves lunch Monday – Saturday 11:30 pm – 12:30 pm

Address: 902 Crawford Rd Rock Hill, SC 29730

Phone: 803-366-4142

 


 

FORT MILL CARE CENTER

 

The Fort Mill Care Center assists with immediate needs of Fort Mill citizens.

 

Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Address: 818 Tom Hall Street Suite 114 Fort Mill, SC 29715

Phone: 803-547-7620

Website: www.fortmillcarecenter.org

Note: The Fort Mill Care Center serves people living in the following zip code areas: 29715, 29707, and 29708. In order to receive assistance you must gather all necessary documents and call the Fort Mill Care Center to make an appointment.

What to Bring:

• Picture ID

• Social security documentation for all household members (social security card, documentation from the Social Security Administration verifying social security number, W2 form from an employer or paystub indicating the nine digit social security number, or W7 if applicable. If you are not registered with the Social Security Administration you are required to provide some form of identification).

• Proof of all household income for the past 30 days. Clients who are paid every week are required to present four current paystubs. Clients who are paid bi-weekly are required to present two current paystubs, and clients who are paid monthly are required to bring one current paystub. Clients who receive unemployment, SSI or SSA, VA Pension, Retirement Pension, Child Support, Disability, and/or income from family or friends are required to present a statement of income verification. Clients who are self-employed are required to present income verification.

• Proof of Address

 


 

HOPE INC.

 

Hope Inc. provides food, clothing, and financial assistance to individuals and families in crisis.

 

Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Address: 404 E Main Street Rock Hill, SC 29730

Phone: 803-328-8000

Note: Hope Inc. serves people within the Rock Hill School District. Hope Inc does not have a website. In order to inquire about assistance you must first call Hope, Inc. directly.

What to Bring:

• Picture ID of everyone in the household who is 18 years of age or older

• Social security documentation for all household members (social security card, documentation from the Social Security Administration verifying social security number, W2 form from an employer or paystub indicating the nine digit social security number, or W7 if applicable. If you are not registered with the Social Security Administration you are required to provide some form of identification).

• Proof of address

 


 

PATH (People Attempting to Help)

 

PATH provides food, financial assistance, clothing, and emergency shelter for people in need.

 

Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.

Address: 204 Raille Street York, SC 29745

Phone: 803-684-3992

Website: www.pathministriesofyorksc.org

Note: PATH only serves the first 25 people that arrive at their offices each morning. PATH serves families who live in York District #1 only (York, Sharon, Hickory Grove, Smyrna, McConnells, and very small parts of Clover and Rock Hill). You must first make an appointment with the Department of Social Services and be referred in order to receive assistance from PATH.

What to Bring:

• Picture ID of everyone in the household who is 18 years of age or older

• Social security documentation for all household members (social security card, documentation from the Social Security Administration verifying social security number, W2 form from an employer or paystub indicating the nine digit social security number, or W7 if applicable. If you are not registered with the Social Security Administration you are required to provide some form of identification).

• Proof of all household income for the past 30 days. Clients who are paid every week are required to present four current paystubs. Clients who are paid bi-weekly are required to present two current paystubs, and clients who are paid monthly are required to bring one current paystub. Clients who receive unemployment, SSI or SSA, VA Pension, Retirement Pension, Child Support, Disability, and/or income from family or friends are required to present a statement of income verification. Clients who are self-employed are required to present income verification.

• All disconnection and past due utility statements. These should be in the applying clients name and that person must reside in the household.

• Case print out from the Department of Social Services

 


 

YORK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

 

The Palmetto Crisis Pregnancy Center offers caring and confidential support for those facing planned or unplanned pregnancy.
Address: 933 Heckle Blvd. Rock Hill, SC 29732

Phone: 803-909-7446

Website: https://dss.sc.gov/

Note: To find out if you qualify for South Carolina health and human services you can complete an online form at https://scmapp.sc.gov/.

What to Bring:

• Picture ID of everyone in the household who is 18 years of age or older

• Social security documentation for all household members (social security card, documentation from the Social Security Administration verifying social security number, W2 form from an employer or paystub indicating the nine digit social security number, or W7 if applicable. If you are not registered with the Social Security Administration you are required to provide some form of identification).

• Proof of all household income for the past 30 days. Clients who are paid every week are required to present four current paystubs. Clients who are paid bi-weekly are required to present two current paystubs, and clients who are paid monthly are required to bring one current paystub. Clients who receive unemployment, SSI or SSA, VA Pension, Retirement Pension, Child Support, Disability, and/or income from family or friends are required to present a statement of income verification. Clients who are self-employed are required to present income verification.

• All disconnection and past due utility statements. These should be in the applying clients name and that person must reside in the household.

• Rent/Mortgage Forms

• Case print out from the Department of Social Services

 


 

ROCK HILL SALVATION ARMY

 

Rock Hill Salvation Army Assistance programs help low-income families in the northern region of South Carolina, including the York and Lancaster County region.

 

Address: 119 S. Charlotte Ave. Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730

Phone: 803-324-5141

Website: www.salvationarmycarolinas.org/commands/rockhill/

Note: To inquire about receiving financial assistance you must first call the main office and make an appointment.

Do You Need Emergency Housing?

ROCK HILL SALVATION ARMY

 

Rock Hill Salvation Army Assistance programs help low-income families in the northern region of South Carolina, including the York and Lancaster County region.

 

Address: 119 S. Charlotte Ave. Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730

Phone: 803-324-5141

Website: www.salvationarmycarolinas.org/commands/rockhill/

Note: To inquire about receiving financial assistance you must first call the main office and make an appointment.

Do You Need Help?

PALMETTO CRISIS PREGNANCY CENTER

 

The Palmetto Crisis Pregnancy Center offers caring and confidential support for those facing planned or unplanned pregnancy.

 

Address: 828 Lucas Street. Rock Hill, SC 29730

Phone: 803-329-2524

Website: www.palmettopregnancycenter.com

Note: Upon arrival you will be asked to fill out a short form and provide a urine sample. While you wait for the results, a trained client advocate will offer you information about pregnancy. If you test positive, staff will check to see if you qualify for a free limited ultrasound to confirm your pregnancy.

 


 

SAFE PASSAGE

 

Safe Passage provides quality services and advocacy to victims and survivors of domestic violence, child abuse, and sexual trauma.

 

Address: The address to Safe Passage is not given until a phone call is made from an individual seeking help. This is to keep the location of the shelter secret due to the nature of the situation.

Phone: 803-329-2800 (toll free hotline number 800-659-0977)

Website: www.safepassagesc.org

Note: All services by Safe Passage are free and confidential.

 


 

YORK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

 

The Palmetto Crisis Pregnancy Center offers caring and confidential support for those facing planned or unplanned pregnancy.

 

Address: 933 Heckle Blvd. Rock Hill, SC 29732

Phone: 803-909-7446

Website: https://dss.sc.gov

Note: To find out if you qualify for South Carolina health and human services you can complete an online form at https://scmapp.sc.gov

Do You Need Counseling?

AGAPE CHRISTIAN COUNSELING | KIM LAUGHLIN

 

Website: www.agapechristiancounseling.org

Phone: 803-517-4402. By appointment only.

Do You Want To Help?

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