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The Richland One Community Coalition (ROCC) is a part of the Student Support Services Department and is proud to assist Richland County School District One with its mission: We are Richland One, a leader in transforming lives through education, empowering all students to reach their potential and dreams.

RICHLAND ONE COMMUNITY COALITION THE NEED FOR ROCC The Richland One Community Coalition (ROCC) was formed in response to the desire of the Richland One community to reduce youth substance abuse and strengthen families. Parents, students, churches, nonprofit agencies and other organizations meet to tackle issues that threaten the future of Richland One youth and our community. ROCC (pronounced “rock�) is an organization that is on the move! This action group is comprised of community individuals and organizations including churches, nonprofit agencies, schools and businesses involved in reducing substance abuse.

ROCC MISSION To mobilize the Richland One community to reduce substance abuse and other high risk behaviors among youth and families.

ROCC PURPOSE To reduce youth substance abuse and increase community collaboration and parental involvement.

RICHLAND ONE COMMUNITY COALITION ROCC COMMITTEES Executive Steering: Provides oversight and input into coalition management and operations. Sustainability Task Force: Serves as an advisory body tasked with developing recommendations for sustaining ROCC. Communication: Strives to build awareness about ROCC, as well as, youth substance abuse and prevention. Community: Expands opportunities for community involvement and collaboration. Parent: Seeks to enhance parental engagement in substance abuse prevention efforts. Youth: Aims to involve and empower youth to become leaders in youth substance abuse prevention.

ROCC INITIATIVES ROCC collaborates with other like-minded groups and individuals to carry out its mission. We pursue that mission through the work of committees, each one focusing on environmental strategies and activities: Advocacy Alive at 25 Environmental Scans Multi Media Awareness Campaigns Above the Influence (ATI) Social Marketing Social Norms Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Prom and Graduation Safety Campaigns School Surveys Youth Leadership Development

INTRODUCTION COMMUNITY RESOURCE DIRECTORY The Richland One Community Coalition (ROCC) developed a community-based organization directory for parents, students, and community leaders in the Richland One area. Its purpose is to inform about health, educational, and well-being services offered in the Greater Midlands/Richland County by businesses, city, county, and state agencies, community, nonprofits, and other organizations. The Community Resource Directory includes each organization’s contact information as well as the services they provide. If your organization would like to be part of this directory or have questions regarding the directory, please email

DISCLAIMER This resource directory does not endorse, or assume responsibility for the services or programs listed in this directory. This directory is not a full listing of all possible services, programs or organizations available in the Richland One community. It may not have all the answers to your questions, but was intended to help you connect to the experts that can help you find the answers you need.



Career Planning


Child/Family Support Services


Colleges and Universities


Community Coalitions




Crisis and Emergency Services


Driver’s License


Education K-12


Employment Services


Financial Assistance




Law Enforcement


Leadership Development and Programs Legal Counsel and Representation

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Medical Services


Mental Health Services


Mentoring Programs


Recreational Centers


Special Needs Services


Substance Abuse Prevention/Treatment








About this Guide & Acknowledgments


Richland One Community Coalition Partners


ADVOCACY Greater Columbia Community Relations Council 930 Richland Street, Columbia, SC 29202; 803-733-1130 This organization works to promote positive relationships within the community, equal opportunity and fair services for all members of the community and awareness and appreciation of cultural diversity.

Protection and Advocacy for People with Disabilities 3710 Landmark Drive, Ste. 208, Columbia, SC 29204 803-782-0639

CAREER PLANNING Hope Community Learning Center 1234 St. Andrews Road, Columbia, SC 29210; 803-451-2139

CHILD/FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES Alston Wilkes Society 3519 Medical Drive, Columbia, SC 29203; 803-799-2490

Richland County Department of Social Services 3220 Two Notch Road, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-714-7300

The SC Center for Fathers and Families 2711 Middleburg Drive, Ste. 111, Columbia, SC 29204 803-227-8800

COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES Allen University 1530 Harden Street, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-254-4165

COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES Benedict College 1600 Harden Street, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-253-5000

Columbia College 1301 Columbia College Drive, Columbia, SC 29203 803-786-3871

Columbia International University 7435 Monticello Road, Columbia, SC 29203; 803-754-4100 Midlands Technical College Campuses**

Midlands Technical College – Beltline** 316 South Beltline Blvd., Columbia, SC 29205; 803-738-8324

Midlands Technical College – Fort Jackson** Army Continuing Education Center Imboden St., Fort Jackson, SC 29207; 803-738-8324

Midlands Technical College – Northeast** Center of Excellence Technology 151 Powell Road, Columbia, SC 29203; 803-732-0432

University of South Carolina (USC) 102 Osborne Administration Building, Ste. 206 Columbia, SC 29208; 803-777-7000

COMMUNITY COALITIONS Carolina Community Coalition USC, Russell House, Columbia, SC 29208; 803-777-3933

Community Action for a Safer Tomorrow (CAST) 2711 Colonial Drive, Columbia, SC 29203; 803-726-9411

COMMUNITY COALITIONS Community Roundtable of Irmo, Dutch Fork and Chapin (CRT) 1020 Dutch Fork Road, Irmo, SC 29063; 803-476-8250

Lexington One Community Coalition (LOCC) 200 N. 12th Street, West Columbia, SC 29169; 803-726-9344

Richland One Community Coalition (ROCC) 1310 Lyon Street, Office B-7, Columbia, SC 29204 803-231-6909

Rise Above It (Lexington Two) 200 N. 12th Street, West Columbia, SC 29169; 803-726-9344

COUNSELING Affiliated Family Services 2229 Bull Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-252-5300

Columbia Jewish Federation 306 Flora Drive, Columbia, SC 29224; 803-787-2023 The general purpose of the Federation is to further the welfare of the Jewish community in Columbia, South Carolina, and throughout the world.

Counseling Consultants 200 Outlet Pointe Blvd., Columbia, SC 29210; 803-772-6540 Provides quality social services to the community with excellence and affordability.

Crisis Counseling Family Service Center 1800 Main Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-733-5450

COUNSELING Lutheran Family Services 118 Union Street, Columbia, SC 29210; 803-750-9917

Palmetto Health Counseling

Baptist - 1501 Sumter Street, Columbia, SC 29201 803-296-5879

Richland - 9 Medical Park Drive, Columbia, SC 29203 803-434-2767

Reach Family Counseling Services 4234 W. Beltline Blvd., Columbia, SC 29204; 803-256-6545


God's Storehouse 1731 Risley Road, Columbia, SC 29223; 803-691-1622 FOOD BANK

Harvest Hope Food Bank 2220 Shop Road, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-254-4432 SHELTER

American Red Cross 2751 Bull Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-540-1200 The American Red Cross will provide relief to victims of disaster and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.


Christ Central Ministries 2401 North Main Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-765-1998

Family Shelter 2411 Two Notch Road, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-771-7040

Hannah House 1726 Sumter Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-771-4351

Oliver Gospel Mission 1100 Taylor Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-254-6470

Palmetto Place Children’s Emergency Shelter P.O. Box 3395, Columbia, SC 29230; 803-786-6819

Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands 3700 Forest Drive, Ste. 350, Columbia, SC 29204 803-790-8208 Provides crisis intervention, advocacy, and support services to female and male child, adolescent, and adult survivors of sexual assault and abuse and education about sexual trauma issues.

Sistercare of the Midlands 1820 Morlaine Drive, Cayce, SC 29033; 803-765-9428 A program of services for battered women and their children.

St. Lawrence Place 2400 Waites Road, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-256-3999 A 30-home community where homeless families can find skills and shelter that foster independence and free them from the grip of poverty.


The Salvation Army 3024 Farrow Road, Columbia, SC 29203; 803-765-0260 Social Services programs provide focus on those living in the most extreme poverty in the Midlands.

The Women's Shelter 3425 N. Main Street, Columbia, SC 29203; 803-779-4706

Transitions 2025 Main Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-708-4861 United Way of the Midlands 1800 Main Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-733-5400 The United Way of the Midlands unites people and resources to improve the quality of life in the Midlands.

United Way of South Carolina 2711 Middleburg Drive, Suite 307, Columbia, SC 29204 803-733-5450

DRIVERS LICENSE SC Department of Motor Vehicles 10311 Wilson Blvd., Blythewood, SC 29016; 803-896-5000 1630 Shop Road, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-737-8350

EDUCATION K-12 Richland County School District One

Richland County School District One (RSD1) 1616 Richland Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-231-7000

Richland One Adult Education 2612 Covenant Road, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-343-2935

Richland One Evening High School Sanders Middle School (2nd Floor, Building E) 3455 Pinebelt Road, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-790-6763

Richland One Middle College 316 S. Beltline Blvd., Richland Hall 131, Columbia, SC 29205 803-738-7114

Richland One Volunteer Program 1616 Richland Street, Columbia, SC 29223; 803-231-7511

Heyward Career and Technology Center 3560 Lynhaven Drive, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-735-3343 Provides essential knowledge and skills to make a successful transition from high school to postsecondary education and/or the workplace.

Olympia Learning Center 621 Bluff Road, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-400-1650 Provides an education for students not succeeding in the traditional classroom setting in order for them to obtain credit, career exploration and extended teacher/peer support in an alternative setting where the ultimate goal is obtaining a diploma.

Parents & Students Succeed (PASS) McKinney-Vento Project 1310 Lyon Street, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-231-6745 PASS works to eliminate or reduce barriers to school enrollment and learning success for children experiencing homelessness.


C.R. Neal Dream Center 2430 Atlas Road, Columbia, SC 29209; 803-647-9111

SC Afterschool Alliance 1611 Devonshire Drive, Ste. 100, Columbia, SC 29204 803-254-5454 DISTRACTED DRIVING

SC National Safety Council (Alive at 25) 121 Ministry Drive, Irmo, SC 29063; 803-732-6778 HEADSTART PROGRAMS

GLEAMNS Head Start Head Start is a federal program that promotes the school readiness of children ages birth to five from low-income families by enhancing their cognitive, social, and emotional development.

Gonzales Gardens Head Start Center 1505 Garden Plaza, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-779-7156

Pineview Head Start Center 1916 Pineview Drive, Columbia, SC 29209; 803- 695-1311

St. Andrews Learning Center 1400 St. Andrews Road, Columbia, SC 29210; 803-750-0053


Acercamiento Hispano/Hispanic Outreach 7900 O’ Neil Court, Columbia, SC 29223; 803-419-5112

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES Columbia Veterans Center 1710 Richard Street, Ste. A, Columbia, SC 29201 803-765-9944

Goodwill Industries of Upstate/Midlands South Carolina 555 St. Andrews Road, Columbia, SC 29210; 1-877-538-7975

Richland Library Business and Job Center 1431 Assembly Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-988-0880

South Carolina Department of Employment & Workforce SC WORKS Columbia 700 Taylor Street/701 Hampton St., Columbia, SC 29202 803-737-5627

FINANCIAL SERVICES The Cooperative Ministry 3821 West Beltline Boulevard, Columbia, SC 29204 803-799-3853 Assists individuals and families in Columbia and surrounding communities in financial and spiritual crisis and helps them regain their independence.

FINANCIAL SERVICES Wateree Community Actions, Inc. 3220 Two Notch Road, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-786-4250 Wateree Community Actions, Inc. is committed to enhancing the social and economic self-sufficiency of low income people and their environment of Clarendon, Kershaw, Lee, Richland, and Sumter Counties, through coordinating and partnering relationships and by conducting a range of custom designed services and activities geared toward reducing poverty problems and making the community a better place to live.

HOUSING Community Assistance Provider 2800 N. Main Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-771-7445

Columbia Housing Authority 1917 Harden Street, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-254-3886

Fort Jackson - Army Community Service 5450 Strom Thurmond Blvd., Columbia, SC 29207 803-751-5256

Providence Home 3421 N. Main Street, Columbia, SC 29203; 803-779-2927

South Carolina State Housing Finance & Development Authority 300-C Outlet Pointe Blvd., Columbia, SC 29210; 803-896-9001

LAW ENFORCEMENT City of Columbia Police Department 1 Justice Square, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-545-3500

City of Forest Acres Police Department 5205 North Trenholm Road, Columbia SC 29205; 803-782-9444

Richland County Department of Juvenile Justice 4900 Broad River Road, Columbia, SC 29212; 803-896-9749

Richland County Sheriff’s Department 5623 Two Notch Road, Columbia, SC 29223; 803-576-3000

Richland County Sheriff’s Department Youth Arbitration Program 5623 Two Notch Road, Columbia, SC 29223; 803-736-0429

South Carolina Law Enforcement Divison (SLED) 4400 Broad River Road, Columbia, SC 29210; 803-737-9000 LAW ENFORCEMENT HOTLINES

City of Columbia Police Department 803-252-2911

Crime Stoppers 803-754-0706/1-888-CRIME-SC

South Carolina Alcohol Enforcement Team (AET) 803-726-9300

South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) 803-896-7133

LEADERSHIP & DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS 100 Black Men of Columbia 3800 N. Main Street, Suite D, Columbia, SC 29203 803-540-1885 100 Black Men of Greater Columbia, Inc. helps improve the quality of life for citizens within Columbia communities, with a special emphasis on youth, in the areas of mentoring, education, economics and financial literacy, and health & wellness.

Columbia Urban League Inc. 1400 Barnwell Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-799-8150 The Urban League enables African Americans to secure economic self-reliance, parity, power and civil rights.

Concerned Black Men of Greater Columbia 1815 Gervais Street, Suite M, Columbia, SC 29201 803-931-8783 CBM CARES速 National Mentoring initiative is part of a comprehensive outreach project designed to improve academic and life outcomes for youth enrolled in middle schools nationwide.

Mothers of Black Boys, Inc. (MOBB) PO Box 2992, Irmo, SC 29063; 803-413-0788 MOBB is a nonprofit support group for mothers raising black boys. It was established to offer resources, support, and networking opportunities that improve the overall growth and development of black males.

RocNation 1463 McCords Ferry Road Eastover, SC 29044; 803-261-2701

LEADERSHIP & DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS University of South Carolina—TRiO Programs 1400 Wheat Street, Columbia, SC 29208; 803-777-5125 TRiO Programs support efforts to achieve the highest academic standards while maintaining a strong commitment to college access and educational success for a diverse student population.

LEGAL COUNSEL & REPRESENTATION Ask A Lawyer Hotline 1-888-321-3644

Palmetto Legal Services 2109 Bull Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-799-9069

SC Bar Resolution of Fee Disputes Board 950 Taylor Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-799-6653

South Carolina Legal Services 2109 Bull Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-799-9668

SC Legal Services - Telephone Intake Service PO Box 1445, Columbia, SC 29202; 803-744-9430

LIBRARIES Richland Library - Main Branch 1431 Assembly Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-799-9084

Eastover Branch 608 Main Street, Eastover, SC 29044; 803-353-8584

LIBRARIES North Main Branch 5306 N. Main Street, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-754-7734

Southeast Regional Branch 7421 Garners Ferry Road, Columbia, SC 29209; 803-776-0855

St. Andrews Branch 2916 Broad River Road, Columbia, SC 29210; 803-772-6675

MEDICAL SERVICES Eau Claire Cooperative Health Centers** Eastover Family Practice** 120 Clarkson Street, Eastover , SC 29044; 803-353-8741

Eau Claire Cooperative Health** 1228 Harden Street, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-744-0540

Eau Claire Behavioral Medicine** 4605 Monticello Road, Bldg. B, Ste. 1, Columbia, SC 29203 803-714-0266

Eau Claire Internal Medicine** 4605 Monticello Road, Bldg. A, Ste. 3, Columbia, SC 29203 803-754-0151

Five Points Pediatrics** 1228 Harden Street, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-748-7002

Hopkins Pediatrics & Family Medicine** 9109 Garners Ferry Road, Hopkins, SC 29061; 803-647-1365

Laurel Medical Practice** 1520 Laurel Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-799-8407

James E. Clyburn Community Health Center** 4605 Monticello Road, Columbia, SC 29203; 803-252-3770

Sterling Sharpe Pediatrics** 4605 Monticello Road, Bldg. A, Ste. 1, Columbia, SC 29203 803-252-7001

Waverly Family Practice** 2117 Gervais Street, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-748-1181

MEDICAL SERVICES Eau Claire Cooperative Health Centers** Waverly Women’s Health Center** 1228 Harden Street, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-744-0540

Free Medical Clinic 1875 Harden Street, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-765-1503

Palmetto Health** Palmetto Health Baptist** Taylor @ Marion Street, Columbia, SC 29220; 803-296-5010

Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital** 7 Richland Medical Park, Columbia, SC 29203; 803-434-5436

Palmetto Health Richland** 5 Richland Medical Park Drive, Columbia, SC 29203 803-434-7000

Palmetto Health Richland Springs** 11 Richland Medical Park Drive, Columbia, SC 29203 803-434-4800 Provides a full range of treatment to care for people of all ages with emotional problems, psychiatric illnesses, and addictions.

Providence Hospital 2435 Forest Drive, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-256-5300

Richland County Health Department 2000 Hampton Street, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-576-2980

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center 6493 Garners Ferry Road, Columbia, SC 29209 803-776-4000

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Federation of Families of SC 810 Dutch Square Blvd, Ste., 205 Columbia SC 29210 803-772-5210 A Statewide Family Network organized to provide information, training and support for families of children who have been identified with or are at risk of developing an emotional or behavioral disorder.

Mental Health America of SC 1823 Gadsden Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-779-5363

South Carolina Department of Mental Health 2715 Colonial Drive, Ste. 106, Columbia, SC 29203 803-898-4800

MENTORING Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Columbia 4300 N. Main Street, Columbia SC 29203; 803-691-5709

Boys and Girls Club of the Midlands 500 Gracern Road, Columbia, SC 29210; 803-231-3300

Communities in Schools of the Midlands 2712 Middleburg Drive, Ste. 219, Columbia, SC 29204 803-254-9727

SC CARES Mentoring Movement 100-3 Forum Drive, Ste. 165, Columbia, SC 29229 803-261-6007

RECREATIONAL CENTERS Centers and parks are a part of the Richland County Recreation Commission**

Bluff Road Park** 148 Carswell Drive, Columbia, SC 29209; 803-776-8698

Caughman Road Park and Tennis Center** 2800 Trotter Road, Hopkins, SC 29061; 803-783-0400

Crane Creek Community Center** 7405 Fairfield Road, Columbia, SC 29203; 803-691-1899

Crossroads Community Center** 2750 McCords Ferry Road, Eastover, SC 29044; 803-353-3266

Denny Terrace** 6429 Bishop Avenue, Columbia, SC 29203; 803-754-6720

Eastover Park** 1031 Main Street, Eastover, SC 29044; 803-353-7137

Gadsden Community Center** 1660 South Goodwin Way, Gadsden, SC 29052; 803-353-3677

Garners Ferry Sports Complex** 8620 Garners Ferry Road, Hopkins, SC 29061

Hopkins Park and Adult Activity Center** 150 Hopkins Park Road, Hopkins, SC 29061; 803-776-2778

Meadowlake Park** 600 Beckman Road, Columbia, SC 29203; 803-754-4463

Odyssey Golf Foundation PO Box 424, Hopkins, SC 29061; 803-783-7502 Provides golf training in a manner that will foster educational improvement, leadership and career development for individuals in rural and distressed communities.

St. Andrews Park** 920 Beatty Road, Columbia, SC 29210; 803-772-6598

Palmetto Center for Women 1420 Sumter Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-799-9187 The purpose of the Palmetto Center for Women is to provide a home and meeting place for the social, intellectual, spiritual, and physical development of women.

RECREATIONAL CENTERS YMCA of Columbia 1420 Sumter Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-799-7159 After school programs emphasize youth development, healthy living, educational achievement and social responsibility.

SPECIAL NEEDS SERVICES Continuum of Care for Emotionally Disturbed Children 2221 Devine Street, Ste. 422, Columbia, SC 29205 803-737-1601

Family Connection of South Carolina 2712 Middleburg Drive, Ste.103, Columbia, SC 29204 1-800-578-8750

Richland/Lexington Disabilities and Special Needs 301 Greystone Blvd., Columbia, SC 29201; 803-252-5179

SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION & TREATMENT Lexington Richland Alcohol Drug Abuse Council (LRADAC) 2711 Colonial Drive, Columbia, SC 29203; 803-726-9300

South Carolina Department of Mental Health Morris Alcohol and Drug Center 610 Faison Drive, Columbia, SC 29203; 803-935-7100

TRANSPORTATION Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority (CMRTA) 3613 Lucius Road, Columbia, SC 29210; 803-255-7085 The primary purpose of the CMRTA is to administer, manage and operate fixed route bus service and demand-response paratransit service, in and around the Columbia, SC urbanized area.

VOTING Richland County Elections & Voter Registration Office 2020 Hampton Street, Columbia, SC 29204; 803-576-2240

VOLUNTEERISM City Year Columbia 1919 Hampton Street, Columbia, SC 29201; 803-254-3349 An education-focused nonprofit organization that helps to keep students in school and on track to graduate by uniting teams of diverse, young AmeriCorps members for a year of full-time service in schools.




This directory is also available online and may be downloaded for your convenience. If your agency/organization information needs to be updated, please visit : Click “Resources� Tab and complete the Community Resource Directory Online Submission Form. Corrections to the online directory will be made as submissions are received. For additional information, please email: with subject line: Community Resource Directory



Special thanks to the following for their assistance with this Community Resource Directory: ROCC Executive Steering Committee Janice Bell-McDowell Regina Brown, ROCC Co-chair Susie Dibble Debee Early Wes Furgess Faye Houston, ROCC Co-chair Dr. Pam Imm Heather Siegfried Frank White Felicia N. Brown, ROCC Coordinator Javana D. Lovett, ROCC Health Specialist


Youth—Above the Influence Clubs AC Flora High School Eau Claire High School

Parent Involvement Coordinators Alcorn Middle School; 803-735-3439 Burton-Pack Elementary School; 803-691-5550 C. A. Johnson High School; 803-253-7092 Caughman Road Elementary School; 803-783-5534 Eau Claire High School; 803-735-7600 Heyward Gibbes Middle School; 803-343-2942 Lower Richland High School; 803-695-3000 Meadowfield Elementary School; 803-783-5549 Southeast Middle School; 803-695-5700 WA Perry Middle School; 803-256-6347

Business Bonefish Grill; 803-787-6200 Eleven 6 Events, LLC; 803-546-9168 Genuine Quality Enterprises, LLC; 803-386-1473


Business Midlands Workforce Development; 803-744-1670 SC African American Chamber of Commerce 803-661-2977

Media IMARA Communications Group, Inc.

Schools/RCSD1 Departments GLEAMNS; 803-462-6977 Midlands Technical College; 803-738-8324 Richland County School District One (RSD1) 803-231-7000 RCSD1/Adult Education; 803-343-2935 RCSD1/Dropout Prevention and Community Partnerships 803-790-6763 RCSD1/Heyward Career Technology & Career Center 803-735-3343 RCSD1/Middle College; 803-738-7114 RCSD1/Office of Safe Schools Climate; 803-231-6906 RCSD1/Parents & Students Succeed (PASS) Project 803-231-6745 RCSD1/Student Support Services; 803-231-6756 RCSD1/Volunteer & Mentoring Programs; 803-231-7511 Vital Connections of the Midlands Early Headstart

ROCC PARTNERS Youth-Serving Carolina Community Coalition; 803-777-3933 City Year Columbia; 803-254-3349 Communities in Schools of the Midlands; 803-254-9727 Community Roundtable of Irmo, Dutch Fork and Chapin (CRT) 803-476-8250 Eau Claire Promise Zone; 803-754-8590 Lexington One Community Coalition (LOCC) Odyssey Golf Foundation; 803-783-7502 Palmetto Development Group; 803-667-3326 Richland County Recreation Commission; 803-754-7275 Rise Above It Community Coalition; 803-726-9344 University of South Carolina—TRiO Programs; (803) 777-5125

Law Enforcement City of Columbia Police Department; 803-545-3500 Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Columbia District Office; 803-253-3441 Richland County Sheriff’s Department; 803-576-3000 SC Alcohol Enforcement Team; 803-726-9300 SC Highway Patrol/Families of Highway Fatalities 803-896-8171

ROCC PARTNERS Religious/Fraternal Antioch AME Zion Church; 803-353-7143 Jones Memorial AME Zion Church; 803-254-8786 St. John Baptist Church; 803-254-4170

Civic/Volunteer Greater Columbia Community Relations Council 803-733-1130

Healthcare Kids First Dental; 803-772-4949 Palmetto Health; 803-296-2273 Planned Parenthood; 803-256-4908 Select Health; 1-888-676-9588

State/Local/Tribal Government City of Columbia; 803-545-300 Fort Jackson Richland County First Steps; 803-212-4201 SC Department of Health & Environmental Control (DHEC) 803-898-3432 SC Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ); 803- 896-9749

ROCC PARTNERS Other Columbia Housing Authority; 803-254-3886 Lexington Richland Alcohol Drug Abuse Council (LRADAC) 803-726-9300 United Way of the Midlands; 803-733-5400


Lyon Street Student Services Center 1310 Lyon Street; Office B-7 Columbia, SC 29204 803-231-6909 Phone 803-231-6911 Fax

2013 final rocc community resource directory (december 18, 2013)  
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