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1 The Friends of Juvenile Justice Working with the Department of Juvenile Justice, FJJ is a group of caring, concerned citizens that wants to help youth thrive in our state. DJJ is a true success story and has become a national model on how juvenile justice can be done.
(803) 896-6984, http://www.scfjj.org/, sfatkinson@sc.rr.com
FJJ, P.O. BOX 3307, Irmo,SC 29063
2 Alston Wilkes Society - Rehabilitation Services The Alston Wilkes Society in Columbia, South Carolina, is a non-profit organization that offers rehabilitation services.
(803) 799-2490, http://www.alstonwilkessociety.org/, info@alstonwilkessociety.org
Alston Wilkes Society, 3519 Medical Dr., Columbia, SC 29203
3 Step By Step Ministry Hope Project, Inc.. To provide transitional housing, support, and advocacy for the purpose of empowering women seeking recovery.
(864) 509-6200, http://www.stepbystephope.com/, info@stepbystep.com
Step By Step Ministry Hope Project, Inc., 113 Mason St. , Greenville, SC 29611
(803) 896-3301, http://www.sccorrectionalassociation.com/index.htm, szczechowski.dan@doc.state.sc.us
South Carolina Correctional Association, P.O. Box 210603, Columbia, SC 29221
4 South Carolina STRONG Based in Charleston, South Carolina, our mission is to rehabilitate criminals and substance abusers and move people into economic self-sufficiency.
(843) 554-5179, http://southcarolinastrong.org/index.html, sc.strong@hotmail.com
South Carolina STRONG, 2510 N. Hobson Ave., North Charleston, SC 29405
5 New Life Deliverance Worship Center Prison Ministry The New Life Deliverance Worship Center helps men and women getting out of prison with clothing, food, job referrals and transitional housing.
(864) 285-1745, http://www.newlifedeliveranceworshipcenter.com, newlifedeliveranceministry@gmail.com
The New Life Deliverance Worship Center, 361 Whitney Rd., Spartanburg, SC 29303
6 Women Reaching Out - Heart of Hannah Outreach Center Agency provides shelter for women in crisis. Offers counseling, work/study programs, life skills classes, job training, and other programs to help women become self-sufficient. Offers faith-based recovery and renewal program for women struggling to overcome addiction(s) to drugs and/or alcohol. Has approval from the Parole and Probation Board to provide transitional housing for women released from a correctional institution. Women may stay for 6 months to 1 year.
(864) 834-5600, http://www.heartofhannah.com, heartofhannah@live.com
Women Reaching Out - Heart of Hannah Outreach Center, 11400 Old White Horse Rd., Travelers Rest, SC 29690
(843) 915-6908, http://sheriff.horrycounty.org/, hille@horrycounty.org
South Carolina (CONT.)
Horry County Sheriff's Office, 4150 J. Reuben Long Ave., Conway, SC 29526
7 Angels Charge Ministry~The Way Out To A New Life ~ Agency provides transitional housing and services to women in Spartanburg County who have been in prison and want to change their lives. Clients accepted must sign and agree to house rules and, if met, can stay for 12-18 months.
(864) 529-5472, http://www.angelschargeministry.org/, nanniejefferies@yahoo.com
Angels Charge Ministry, 350 Garner Rd. Spartanburg, SC 29302, Spartanburg, SC 29302
8 Aiken Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Services: Offender Based Intervention Programs (OBI) Offender Based Intervention provides a full range of intervention and counseling services for clients referred by the South Carolina Probation, Pardon, and Parole office and the Municipal, Magistrates and Circuit Courts.
(803) 649-1900, http://www.aikencenter.org/, info@aikencenter.org
The Aiken Center, 1105 Gregg Hwy, Aiken, SC 29801
9 Battered But Not Broken Battered But Not Broken’s vision is to fight the vicious cycle of recidivism while helping ex-offenders and their families rebuild their lives in Chester and surrounding counties in South Carolina while also establishing homes and helping fight against drug and alcohol abuse, crime and violence. Our intentions are to help ex-offenders be more productive in their place of residence by helping them get the necessary training/ education, which we believe is the key to helping any person recognize their full potential.
(803) 385-2290, http://www.batteredbutnotbrokenministries.org/, batteredbutnotbroken2009@gmail.com
Battered But Not Broken Ministry, 564 Old York Rd., P.O. Box 213, Chester, SC 29706
10 The Friends of Juvenile Justice Working with the Department of Juvenile Justice, FJJ is a group of caring, concerned citizens that wants to help youth thrive in our state. DJJ is a true success story and has become a national model on how juvenile justice can be done.
(803) 896-6984, http://www.scfjj.org/, sfatkinson@sc.rr.com
FJJ, P.O. BOX 3307, Irmo, SC 29063
11 South Carolina STRONG Based in Charleston, South Carolina, our mission is to rehabilitate criminals and substance abusers and move people into economic self-sufficiency.
(843) 554-5179, http://southcarolinastrong.org/index.html, sc.strong@hotmail.com
South Carolina STRONG, 2510 N. Hobson Ave., North Charleston, SC 29405
12 Magdalene House of Charleston Magdalene House of Charleston is a two year residential and outreach program for women who are recovering from drugs and alcohol.
(843) 724-9292, http://www.magdalenehouseofcharleston.com/, magdalenehouseofcharleston@gmail.com
Magdalene House of Charleston, P.O. Box 22036, Charleston, SC 29413
Mount Salem Ministries, 2121 Augusta Rd., Gloverville, SC 29828



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