Thursday, September 3rd 2015

Social Services

Are you looking for information on local social services, community help, financial/housing assistance, and more in the Augusta Area? This is the section for you!

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30901 Development Corporation
1446 Linden St
Augusta, GA

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Area Churches Together Serving (ACTS)
340 Park Ave SW
Aiken, SC 29801
Services: temporary and emergency aid to persons in need;
clothing, food furniture(for burnouts mainly), financial
assistance with utilities and prescriptions; referral services

Agape Ministries
4405 Washington Rd
Thomson, GA

Aiken Area Council on Aging
PO Box 3156
159 Morgan St
Aiken, SC 29802-3156
Services: provides casework and related services to elderly
persons, their family or other caregivers.
Includes: Alzheimer’s Disease Support Group; telephone
reassurance service; homemaker/personal care service;
shelf stable meals; home delivered meals; Senior Citizens
Discount Program; Sitter Registery; Medicaid Transportation
Service; Congregate Meal Sites; information and referral.

Aiken Center for Alchohol and Other Drug Services
1105 Gregg Hwy
Aiken, SC 29801
Services: provides information, education and prevention
services for those with alcohol and substance abuse; aiding in
deterring many of the problems associated with alcohol
and substance abuse

Aiken County Habitat for Humanity
1026 Park Ave SE
Aiken, SC

Aiken County Help Line
1055-B Silver Bluff Rd
Aiken, SC 29803
Services: 24-hour crisis internvention, information
and referral services for all citizens of Aiken County

Aiken County Teen Pregnancy Prevention Council
PO Box 355
Aiken, SC 29802-0355
Services: Bringing together leaders of existing programs
that help teen pregnancy

Aiken Families in Transition

829 Richland Ave
Aiken, SC

American Heart Association – Aiken County Division
1003 Hammond Rd
Aiken, SC 29803
Services: reducing disabilities and deaths through
research, education and community programs

American Red Cross – Aiken Chapter
1314 Pine Log Rd
Aiken, SC
Services: emergency assistance (food, clothing and shelter)
for Aiken County residents suffering disaster loss; adult,
child and infant CPR, First Aid, Life guarding and Aquatic
Safety Training, AIDS education; information, guidance and
counseling services

American Red Cross – Augusta Chapter
1322 Ellis St
Augusta, GA

University Health Service Center
Augusta, GA 30901
24 Hours/7 days a week
Services: info regarding medical problems,physician referral,
general health questions, community/hospital services referrals

Augusta Area Ministerial Council
PO Box 3742 (zip code 30914)
1446 Linden St
Augusta, GA 30901
9:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: provide emergency financial helpf if funds available;
provide food and clothing — foodevery 30 days and clothing
every 90 days (picture ID, Social Security card required and
proof of income)

Augusta Care Pregnancy Center
1298 1/2 Broad St
Augusta, GA 30901
10:00am – 2:30pm, Mon, Tue & Wed
10:00am – 12:30pm, Thurs & Sat
6:00pm – 8:00pm, Tuesday night
Services: pregnancy counseling, free pregnancy testing, parenting
classes, post-abortion support group, support group for abused
women, housing referral

Augusta/CSRA Habitat for Humanity
PO Box 657 (zip code 30903)
1002 Walton Way
Augusta, GA 30901
9:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: We build low cost housing for families in a low income
bracket. We finance the home at 0% interest. Sweat equity hours
and $500 in escrow payment are required of each family partnering
with us. We are not designed to meet urgent or emergency needs.

Augusta Housing Authority
PO Box 3246 (zip code 30914-3246)
1435 Walton Way
Augusta, GA 30901
706-724-1500 or 760-724-5466
9:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: housing assistance –application process & waiting list
for placement (applications taken daily)

Augusta Neighborhood Improvement Corporation
1750 Essie Mcintyre Blvd
Augusta, GA 30904
706-736-8485Augusta Rescue Mission
526 Walker St
Augusta, GA 30901
8:00am – 4:00pm, Mon – Fri(office)
4:30pm – 6:30pm daily shelter check-in
7:00pm – 8:00pm chapel time
Services: shelter cfor homeless me, food clothing counselingAugusta Technical Institute
Office of Adult Literacy
3200 Augusta Tech Dr
300 Bldg, Room 305
Augusta, GA 30906
8:30am – 6:30pm, Mon – Thurs(office)
8:30am – 2:30pm, Fri(office)
Services: basic literacy instruction, remedial education in
reading, language & math; GED preparation; conversational English,
tutoring for those who cannot read or write

Augusta Training Shop, Inc
1704 Jenkins St
Augusta, GA 30904
706-738-9932 (fax)
8:00am – 4:30pm, Mon – Fri
Services: work center that employs mentally/physically challenged
adults; training in trade and work indepently;

Augusta React Inc
Mack Ln
Augusta, GA

Augusta Urban Ministries
PO Box 2001 (zip code 30903)
303 Hale St
Augusta, GA 30906
9:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
9:00am – 12:3-pm, Mon – Fri (Clothing Center)
transitional housing, furniture bank, Christmas help, bike program,
coat distribution, day care tuition assistance

Augusta Youth Center
1694 Hunter St
Augusta, GA 30901


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Berry Center, Inc
(Serving Adults With Special Needs)
3114 Lake Forest Dr
Augusta, GA 30909
7:00am – 6:00pm, Mon – Fri (call for application & fee info)
Services: day care for adults (age 18 and above) with special
mental/physical needs; transportation available from selected
Richmond County schools, care programs for young adults with
special needs

Beulah Grove Community Resource Center

(dba – Operation SELF-HELP)
PO Box 3742 (zip code 30914)
1446 Linden St
Augusta, GA 30901
706-722-4999 (Resource Center)
706-828-7468 (Lamar Medical Center, 8am – 5pm)
9:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: referrals, health clinic, financial assistance for
food, clothing, rent/utilities if funds available, after school
program (tutoring for ages 6-17); food pantry & Clothing bank:
Mon, Tue, Thurs 10-12 (or until 10 served) & Wed 1:30-3:30
(or until 10 served) (picture ID, Social Security card requuired
and proof of income)

Birth Right
2260 Wrightsboro Rd
Augusta, GA 30904-4764
Services: free pregnancy testing, confidential help, counseling,
support; legal, medical and educational referrals; prenatal i
nformation; maternity & baby clothes; housing referrals; social
agency referrals; adoption information

Bon Air Apartments
2101 Walton Way
Augusta, GA 30904
8:00am – 5:30pm, Mon – Thurs
8:00am – 3:30pm, Fri
Services: retirement residence; Section 8 for low-income

Boys & Girls Clubs of Augusta

206 Milledge Rd
Augusta, GA 30904
706-504-4191 (fax)
Services: offers four facility based before/after school centers
targeting “at-risk” youth and their families; Character & Leadership
Development; Education & Career Development; Health & Life Skills;
The Arts; Sports, Fitness and Recreation

Broad Street Ministry Center
20 Broad St
Augusta, GA
9:00am – 4:30pm, Mon – Fri
Services: food pantry — Tue & Thurs, 10-2 (40 clients per day
– need photo ID), women’s mentoring program, coat/blanket/holiday
help, children’s summer programs

Brothers & Sisters of Aiken County
132 York St NE
Aiken, SC
Services: promoting positive youth development through recreation,
tutoring and education programs for children ages 5-17

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Care Managment Consultants
1105 Druid Park Ave
Augusta, GA

Catholic Social Services

811 12th St
Augusta, GA 30901
9:30am – 3:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: help with food, shelter, rent/mortgage/utilities,
health referrals, prescriptions, migrant issues, birth certificates
for all states(by appointment only), limited transportation in
crisis situations, clothing (CSS Thrift Shop – 2108 Broad St,
Mon – Sat, 9am – 4pm, 706-737-8286)

Child Enrichment Inc
2312 Walden Dr
Augusta, GA 30904
Services: offering free of charge counseling for sexually
abused children, their siblings and non-offending caregivers

Children’s Hospital Dental Association
793 Eve St
Augusta, GA

Children’s Place Inc
310 Barnwell Ave NE
Aiken, SC
Services: provides Therapeutic Childcare Services; multi-level
psychological developmental system of services (abuse, neglect,
vicitimization and other at risk children); ages 3-12 and their
families; full rang of interventional strategies; parenting
classes and individual Family Treatment Plans

Columbia County Cares Food Pantry
1959 Appling Harlem Hwy
Appling, GA 30802
9:30am – 4:00pm, Tues, Wed & Thurs
Services: temporary, emergency relief to the unemployed, the
underemployed, the elderly on fixed income and single parents;
no one with legitimate need is refused help

Columbia County Family Connection
PO Box 99
Harlem, GA 30814
706-556-0609 ext. 205
Services: dedicated to building partnerships in the community,
finding resources, implementing programs to serve children and
families and promoting volunteerism as a way to strengthen the

Comfort House
317 Telfair St
Augusta, GA

Communities In Schools – Augusta-Richmond County
1132 Druid Park Ave
Augusta, GA

Corporation for National Community Service – Senior Corps
291 Beaufort St NE
Aiken, SC

Crime Victims Assistance Fund
195 Court St
Waynesboro, GA 30830-1481

CSRA Economic Opportunity Authority Inc
Telfair Neighborhood Service Center
333 Telfair St
Augusta, GA

Cumbee Center to Assist Abused Persons
PO Box 1293
Aiken, SC 29802-1293
Services: provides Domestic Violence program (non-shelter
counseling, legal advocacy and emergency shelter services);
Sexual Assault program serving as rape crises center (over
16 years of age); child victims of non-familial sexual assault

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Department of Family and Children Services
PO Box 2277 (zip code 30903-2277)
520 Fenwick St
Augusta, GA 30901
706-721-3000 (main number)
706-721-3381 (24 hour Abuse/Neglect line)
7:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Temporary Assistance to Needy Families(TANF); Food Stamps;
Medicaid; Adult Medicaid for the Aged, Blind or Disabled;
Child Care; Shild/Adult Protective Services; referrals to
appropriate partner agencies. Customers applying for TANF
are referred to our Employment Services Program for evaluation
of work readiness and/or training needs assessment. Support
Services for those in the Employment Services Program include
transportation, clothing, child care, eye glasses, car insurance,
and incidentals needed to accept and maintain employment

Domestic Violence Intervention Center
(SAFE Homes of Augusta)
PO Box 3187
Augusta, GA 30914-3187
706-736-2499 (24-hour hotline, 7 days a week)
8:00am – 4:00pm, Mon – Fri (office)
Services: battered women’s shelter, legal advocacy, life skills,
support groups, parent & children programs, counseling

Downtown Cooperative Church Ministeries Inc
303 Hale St
Augusta, GA
11:00am until 40-50 clients are served, Mon – Fri
Services: Food Pantry

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Easter Seals East Georgia Inc
PO Box 2441 (zip code 30903)
1500 Wrightsboro Rd
Augusta, GA 30904
8:00am – 4:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: vocational evaluation, training disabled people
for work, sheltered workshop, field service, specific skills
training (computer, custodial, deiver’s ed, customer service,

300 Gray St
Edgefield, SC

Economic Opportunity Authority, Inc
West End Office
1730 Walker St
Augusta, GA 30904
706-738-4145 (rent assistance)
706-722-2207 (energy assistance)
706-724-8588 (transitional housing for homeless families)
8:30am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: transitional housing, clothing, furniture,
Prescription Assistance Program (low cost/no cost prescriptions),
agency referrals

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Faith Outreach Christian Life Center, Inc

2664 Willis Foreman Rd
Hephzibah, GA 30815
9:00am – 12 noon, Tues & Fri
8:30am – 11:30am, Wed
Services: food, clothing, referrals

Family Counseling Center of the CSRA, Inc
3711 Executive Center Dr, Suite 201
Martinez, GA 30907
9:00am – 5:00pm, Mon, Wed & Fri
9:00am – 8:00pm, Tues & Thurs
Services: PICE program for elderly 60+ yrs, homebound and
live in Columbia or Richmond County. Emergency consultation
avail for Burke & McDuffie County residents

Fireside Ministries
2313 Laurel Ln
Augusta, GA 30904

First Baptist Church
3500 Walton Way
Augusta, GA 30909
9:30am – 11:15am, Tues only
5:00pm – 6:30pm, 2nd & 4th Tues
Services: food pantry, limited financial services for
rent/utilities (apply in person — ID required)

Foster Grandparent Program and Senior Companion Program
Senior Citizen Council
218 Oak St N, Suite L
Augusta, GA 30907-5004
706-826-4480 ext. 340 or 342
8:30am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: stipended volunteer programs for low-income
persons age 60+; retired & senior volunteer program;
volunteer referrals for persons 55+ (can help with skills
development and job referrals)

Free Medical Clinic of Aiken County, Inc
USCA Campus
Alan B. Miller Building
PO Box 1294
471 University Pkwy
Aiken, SC 29802
803-641-2824 (fax)
5:00pm – 9:00pm, Tues & Thurs
Services: provides medical care for residents of Aiken
County who are without private insurance, medicare, medicaid
or any other medical assistance.

Friendship Community Center
1720 Central Ave
Augusta, GA 30904
8:00am – 3:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: day treatment for adults with mental health issues,
teaching life skills from nutrition to job readiness,
socialization activities (services provided are only for our
members and consumers at Friendship)

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GAP Ministries
(Greater Augusta Presbyterians & Disciples of Christ)
PO Box 901 (zip code 30903)
1240 Ellis St
Augusta, GA 30901
9:30am – 5:30pm, Mon – Fri (recorded message)
Services: aency referrals, local bus tickets when available,
summer day camp, food and prescription service to walk-ins
every Thursday from 11:00am – 1:00pm

Garden City Rescue Mission

828 Fenwick St
Augusta, GA 30901
9:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri(office)
3:30pm – 6:00pm, daily (men’s shelter check-in time)
5:00pm – 6:00pm, daily (women’s shelter check-in time)
Services: Overnight shelter for men, single women & women with
children 5 years or younger. Must have picture ID or shelther
clearance pass. Mothers will need their child’s birth certificate.
Women’s shelter is not open every night, please call for days.
Services to shelter clients include clothing, counseling,
breakfast/evening meals

Georgia-Carolina Council, Boy Scouts of America
1450 Greene St, Suite 150
Augusta, GA 30901
706-733-0465 (fax)
Services: combined educational activities and lifelong values with fun

Georgia Department of Labor
601 Greene St
Augusta, GA 30901
8:00pm – 4:30pm, Mon – Fri
Services: for job search and unemployment benefits

Georgia Department of Labor
Rehabilitation Services
3112-A Washington Rd
Augusta, GA 30907
8:00pm – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: assista people with disabilities to work by meeting
workforce needs; services provided to eligible individuals who
can, want to, and will go to work

Georgia Legal Services Program
PO Box 2185 (zip code 30903)
209 7th St, Suite 400
Augusta, GA 30901
9:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri (call for appointment)
Services: legal help to eligible persons, including low-income
people and all senior citizens 60 years of age or older regardless
of income

Georgia Youth Advocate Program
343 Telfair St
Augusta, GA

Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia
1325 Greene St
Augusta, GA 30901
Services: building confidence, courage and character

Golden Harvest Food Bank
3310 Commerce Dr
Augusta, GA 30909
8:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: food warehouse for agencies (not individuals),
referral source for other food pantries & agencies

Golden Harvent Food Bank – Aiken
13 Enterprise Dr
Aiken, SC 29803
Services: food warehouse for agencies (not individuals),
referral source for other food pantries & agencies

Good Samaritan Resp Center
2110 Broad St
Augusta, GA

Goodwill Industries – Job Connection
3120 Peach Orchard Rd
Augusta, GA 30906
9:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: assists with vocational training, career
assessment and development, job readiness/placement

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Helping Hands of America
1031 13th St
Augusta, GA

Helping Hands of Aiken
PO Box 503
100 John Elliott Ln
Aiken, SC 29802-0503
Services: emergency shelter for abused, abandoned and
neglected children from birth to 17; 24hr supervision
(including food, clothing & medical attention)

Helping People Start Over (HPSO)

PO Box 16655 (zip code 30919)
2052 Gordon Hwy
Augusta, GA 30909
9:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri (office)
Service: HPSO is an outreach of New Life Christian Center
located at 3336 Wrightsboro Rd. Each request for help is
individually assessed and general assistance is available,
such as emergency food boxes. Jobs for Life is an ongoing
Christ based program we offer which assist the unemployed
and underemployed in their efforts to secure a job. This
is a labor of love, where we place those in need in touch
with those that can help

Hitchcock Healthcare Center
690 Medical Park Dr
Aiken, SC 29801
Services: outpatient rehab services; Home Health Program
(for recovering, disabled or chronically ill persons);
Hospice program for palliative car; Pediatric Program
(therapeutic services to children 0-12 yrs with a diagnosed
delay of deficit); Child Development program in an inclusive,
mainstream environment (pre-school to 3-5 yrs of age with
mild to moderate disabilities)

Homeless Vets Program
VA Medical Center
Wrightsboro Rd, Room 3D 107-108
1 Freedom Way
Augusta, GA 30904-6285
706-733-0188, ext 7617
8:00am – 4:30pm, Mon – Fri
Services: medical and mental health evaluations and care;
substance abuse treatment; referral to VA and community
resources; employment assistance; placement in a VA community
treatment residence or domiciliary (depending on the specific
needs of the veteran); limited assistance with clothing;
outreach; and case management

Hope for the Homeless
1031 1/2 13th St
Augusta, GA 30901

Hope House Inc
PO Box 3597 (zip code 30914)
2205 Highland Ave
Augusta, GA 30904-5638
24 hours/7 days a week
Longterm residential therapeutic program for women with
co-occurring mental illness and chemical abuse addiction,
and their children. Emphasis is also placed on treating
expecting(and postnatal) women with substance abuse disease

Housing Authority of the City of Augusta – Youth Center
1694 Hunter St
Augusta, GA

Human Relations Commission
360 Bay St, Suite 240
Augusta, GA 30901
8:30am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri (office hours)
10:00am – 3:00pm, Mon – Fri (complaint hours)
Services: asssist with complaints concerning employment, social,
education, housing consumer and law enforcement; investigates
complaints dealing with discrimination based on race, sex
religion, pregnancy, skin color, national origin, handicap and
age (to be timely, complaints normally must be filed within
180 days of the last date of harm)

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Interfaith Hospitality Network of Augusta, Inc
2177 Central Ave
Augusta, GA 30904
706-364-4462 or 706-364-4463 (call first)
8:30am – 4:30pm, Mon – Fri
(no drop-ins, by appointment only)
Services: Homeless shelter for families with children(no adults
without children). We screen for criminal backgrounds and alcohol
and drugs (on all adults). We provide meals, transportation,
cost-free day care, Life skills and parenting classes; we have
limited transitional housing. (All services are for in-shelter
family members only)

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JWC Helping Hands Inc
2050 Bolt Dr
Augusta, GA 30901
10:00am – 2:00pm, Mon & Wed (call for appointment)
10:00am – 12 noon, Tues & Thurs (food only)
Services: information source for homeless, local bus tickets,
assistance for food/rent/utilities if funds available,
intake & referral; Tues & Thurs 10:00am – 12 noon give out
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Kids Restart
303 Hale St
Augusta, GA
Services: visitation program for children in foster are
home or shelters; providing safe & secure visitation
(includes structured activities designed to build, strengthen
and maintain child-parent bonds and develop positive parental skills)

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Lamar Medical Center
1448 Lee Beard Way
Augusta, GA 30901
8:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: Health care (fees based on sliding scale)

Library Foundation Board
902 Greene St
Augusta, GA 30901
Services: Foundation created by the Augusta Richmond
County Public Library in order to raise money that will
help provide books, technology and equipment for the
new public library that is under construction in
Downtown Augusta.

Light of the World Neighborhood & Economic Development Inc
1882 Alabama Rd
Augusta, GA 30901
8:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: food/clothing in emergency situation

Lots Ministries
566 Broad St
Augusta, GA 30901-1455

Lyndale Inc
1490 Eisenhower Dr
Augusta, GA 30904
706-339-3335 (fax)
Services: provides people with disabilities, and their families, valuable and cost effective support, training, and community resources
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1850 Chester Ave
Augusta, GA 30906
Services: recreational and education program; ages 3-18; emphasis on children and youth living in public assisted and low income housing; focus on children at risk of academic failure; technology/computer literacy classes, mentoring, conflict resolution, tennis and personal skills development programs; organized after school educational and recreational activities for at risk youths.

Manna Inc
451 E Hill St
Thomson, GA

Metal Health Association in Aiken County
PO Box 1074
Aiken, SC 29802-4164
Services: supportive transitional mental health services;
pregnancy prevention; education, advocacy and referral;
family support (through Welcome Baby and Nurture Home Programs);
Intervention program — Mothers As Mentors, training for mothers
to function as mentors to younger adolescent mothers

Mentor Clinical Care
5250 Woodside Executive Ct
Aiken, SC

Mercy Ministries
1739 Fenwick St
Augusta, GA 30904
706-737-0242 (office) or 706-823-0054 (Day Center)
5:30am – 5:00pm, everyday
Services: safe haven (computers, fax, phones, mailing address,
laundry, showers), help with birth certificates and
identification cards

Miracle Making Ministries Inc
456 Telfair St
Augusta, GA 30901
8:30am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: Primary health care for persons with no insurance.
Fees based on income. Benevolent assistance available to persons
involved in ministry programs. Services are open to all residents
of the CSRA

My Brothaz H.O.M.E., Inc
601 Broad St, Suite 8
Augusta, GA 30901
706-432-0071 (fax)
Services: outreach, HIV Counseling & Testing, health education/Risk
reduction, prevention case management, support group, food/clothing
& transportation assistance, emergency financial assistance,
referrals and advocacy, comprehensive risk counseling and services
to those who qualify

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Neighbor To Family
801 Greene St
Augusta, GA

Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America
233 Davis Rd
Augusta, GA

Neighborhood Health Services Center
2467 Golden Camp Rd
Augusta, GA 30906
8:00am – 12 noon, Mon – Fri
2:00pm – 4:00pm, Mon, Wed & Thurs
2:00pm – 7pm, Tues
Services: primary health care (fees based on income)

Neilieville Center
1200 Nellieville Rd
Augusta, GA

North Augusta Public Health Department
802 E Martintown Rd
North Augusta, SC

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Public Education Partners
208 The aly
Aiken, SC

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Rape Crisis & Sexual Assault Services
University Hospital
1350 Walton Way
Augusta, GA 30901
706-724-5200 (24 hr hotline)
8:30am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri (office)
victim advocates are available 24 hrs/7 days a week
Services: support groups, crisis counseling, community
education program, child prevention program, victim advocacy,
and hospital accompaniment to area emergency rooms and clinics

Resource Corporation

1916 Walton Way
Augusta, GA

Richmond Burke Job Training Authority
500 Park Dr
Waynesboro, GA

Richmond County Board of Education
School Social Work Services
864 Broad St, First Floor
Augusta, GA 30901
8:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: instructional and supportive programs for homeless
children in Richmond County to include school supplies, tutoring,
counseling, and transportation assistance

Richmond County Health Department

950 Laney-Walker Blvd (clinic)
Augusta, GA 30901
8:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
(on Tues, late evening clinic until 7:00pm)
Services: Child Health — child health screens, exams, dental
services, immunications, Children’s Medical Services, Children’s
1st Case Management; Women’s Health — family planning services,
pregnancy testing and referrals’ WIC — Women, Infant and Children
program; STED — sexually transmitted diseases investigation and
diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up; TB — provides screening,
treatment and prevention of TB; Adolescent Health – peer counseling,
abstinence education, mentoring, Parent Education program

Ronald McDonald House
938 Greene St
Augusta, GA

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Safe Homes of Augusta, Inc
PO Box 3187
Augusta, GA 30914

St. Stephen’s Ministry of Augusta, Inc
PO Box 2044
922 Greene St
Augusta, GA 30903
706-736-2499 (CRISIS HOTLINE)
9:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: services only for HIV/AIDS individual & family — transitional
housing, Emergency Medication Assistance Program for short-term limited
assistance, may assist with rent/mortgage/utilities in crisis situation
if funds available, local bus tickets when available, legal assistance,
food pantry

St. Vincent dePaul/Coordinated Health Services
(located at Salvation Army)
1384 Greene St
Augusta, GA 30901
706-828-3444 or 706-828-3322
call for appointment 8:00am – 4:30pm, Mon – Fri
Services: preventitive and primary health care, some specialty medical
care, health care referrals, outreach, limited transportation for
health reasons only, home visits if needed

Salvation Army
PO Box 2523 (zip code 30903)
1384 Greene St
Augusta, GA 30901
706-826-7937 (Project Share, Wed, 9am – 11am, Mon – Fri)
8:30am – 4:30pm, Mon – Fri (office)
6:30pm – 8:30pm, daily shelter check-in for men (married couples w/child
or singles w/child can check any time to see if shelter is available)
*5:30pm – 6:00pm, Mon – Sat soup kitchen
*4:15pm – 4:45pm, Sun soup kitchen
Services: Emergency shelter, *soup kitchen, substance abuse rehabilitation,
rent & utilities, clothing, Christmas assistance, emergency aid for floor/fire
victims, thrift store & auto auction

Salvantion Army – Aiken
322 Gayle Ave NW
Aiken, SC 29801
Services: emergency shelter, job placement, counseling and referral;
assistance to low-income, elderly, unemployed, disabled and other with
special needs; food, clothing, and utility assistance as funds allow

Savannah River Cancer Foundation
235 Barnwell Ave NW
Aiken, SC

Serenity Behavorial Health Systems
3421 Mike Padgett Hwy
Augusta, GA 30906-3815
9:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: PATH Program-Bridge to Recovery; provides mental health,
mental retardation, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse
services for homeless, at-risk, and Augusta outreach to community

Shiloh Comprehensive Community Center
1635 15th St
Augusta, GA 30901-3929
9:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: To improve the quality of life in Augusta’s inner city,
using an intergenerational model to provide academic, enhancement
programs to at-risk youth; lifestyle, education & recreational programs
to seniors; summer day camps, wellness workshops

Social Security Administration
115 Robert C Daniel Jr Pkwy
augusta, GA 30909
800-772-1213 or 706-731-0685
8:30am – 3:30pm, Mon – Fri
Services: Social Security cards/retirement/disability benefits,
SSI disability benefits, survivors benefits, Medicare

South Augusta Community Development Corporation
2323 Barton Chapel Rd
Augusta, GA 30906
706-364-8102 or 706-364-8107
9:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: supportive services for homeless (clothing, food,
rent/utilities if fund available; education/employment/health
counseling; referrals)

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The Art Factory
1510 Johns Rd
Augusta, GA 30904
Services: offering instruction in dance, theatre, music and visual arts; available to children, regardless of financial status, through tuition assistance program

The Lydia Project Inc
1369 Interstate Parkway
Augusta, GA 30909
Services: Offering totes that come with a network of prayerful
encouragement and support to women of the CSRA(as well as nationwide)
that are facing cancer

The Master’s Table Soup Kitchen
842 Fenwick St
Augusta, GA
8:30am – 1:00pm, Mon – Fri(office)
11:00am – 12:30pm, daily soup kitchen
Services: soup kitchen (serves a free non-time meal to the homeless
and needy in the downtown Augusta area)

Tri-Development Center
PO Box 698
1016 Vaucluse Rd
Aiken, SC 29802-0698
Services: developmental and vocational training for adults with
disabilities; sheltered workshop, mobile work crews, enclave and
competitive employment; Children’s Services/Preventitive Programs
for children with mental retardation or who are at risk (0-21 yrs)
& their families

that are facing cancer

The Lydia Project Inc
1321 Arsenal Ave
Augusta, GA
Services: Offering totes that come with a network of prayerful
encouragement and support to women of the CSRA(as well as nationwide)
that are facing cancer

The Master’s Table Soup Kitchen
842 Fenwick St
Augusta, GA
8:30am – 1:00pm, Mon – Fri(office)
11:00am – 12:30pm, daily soup kitchen
Services: soup kitchen (serves a free non-time meal to the homeless
and needy in the downtown Augusta area)

Tri-Development Center
PO Box 698
1016 Vaucluse Rd
Aiken, SC 29802-0698
Services: developmental and vocational training for adults with
disabilities; sheltered workshop, mobile work crews, enclave and
competitive employment; Children’s Services/Preventitive Programs
for children with mental retardation or who are at risk (0-21 yrs)
& their families

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United Methodist Children’s Home
PO Box 2544 (zip code 30903)
325 8th St
Augusta, GA 30901
706-722-8669 (call first)
8:00am – 5:00pm, Mon – Fri
Services: rent or utility assistance on a one-time basis for families
with dependent children (limited funds), parenting classes, counseling
(adults & children), group care, foster care, transitional living,
adoption, Christmas toys to needy children, consultation & referral

United States Disaster Relief Command
1003 Merry St
Augusta, GA 30904
Services: A national Military Society made up of retired Military,
Police and any other person willing to give their free time in helping
those in need after a manmade or natural disaster. I would like to add
our name to your list of volunteers needed for our local unit. We
have a national web site but nothing local. We train doing FEMA
American Red Cross and survival techniques. We are looking for
Doctors, Nurses, Reverends of all cloths, attorneys police, or Military
types. We meet monthly at the St. Ignatius Catholic Church on Merry St.

United Way of Aiken County
235 Barnwell Ave NW
Aiken, SC

United Way of McDuffie County
199 Jackson St
Thomson, GA

United Way of the CSRA
630 Ellis St
Augusta, GA

United Way of the CSRA 2-1-1
PO Box 1724
Augusta, GA 30903


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Voice, Inc
1489 Augusta Rd
Warrenville, SC

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When Help Can’t Wait
3822 Commercial Ct, Suite D
Martinez, GA
Services: offers several programs to aid local nursing home residents
and fill the voids of lack of family to visit and/or provide for them

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