Coronavirus: Resource Navigation and Survey



Additional Resources
Thank you for your concern. We will not be able to complete the survey at this time. Please visit or share the COVID-19 disaster page at SC211.ORG to see what resources may be available members of the community in your area. 
Completing this form for someone else
Thank you for helping us identify who needs help in the community. All questions below will be addressed to the person in need. Please let them know that they may receive a call from an unknown number if someone reaches out to them with additional resources or information. Completing this form will not guarantee a follow-up. Thanks again for your help!




Financial Counseling
Managing finances can be tough. Losing some or all of your income is even harder. You may want to connect with someone that can help you get your bills organized. You can click this link to see if there is someone you may be able to talk with now. Just choose from one of the services and add your zip code once the results appear (there will be a yellow button at the top of the results page).

Please remember to finish and submit this form after exploring these resources.
Paying Bills
Finding someone to help with bills can be hard, but you can look for an agency in your area by clicking this link. Just choose the type of bill you need help with and add your zip code once the results appear (there will be a yellow button at the top of the results page).

If you're facing eviction, it's best to get in touch with free or reduced legal services right away. These agencies may not be able to help you stay in your house, but they can work with you and your landlord to make sure you don't have an eviction on your record when you leave. Evictions make it very hard to find affordable housing in the future, so please use this link if you need any help keeping this off your record. 

Please remember to finish this form after exploring these resources. 
Food Assistance
You may be interested in finding someone that can help with food. You can click this link to see if there are any food services in your area now. Just choose from one of the services and add your zip code once the results appear (there will be a yellow button at the top of the results page).

Please remember to finish this form after exploring these resources. 
Mental Health
Your mental health is important. It's normal to feel stressed or overwhelmed when facing really tough situations like this. You may want to follow this link to find someone you can speak with about these feelings - or just learn some good coping strategies on your own.

Please remember to finish this form after exploring these resources. 
School Meals
Each district is establishing the best way to get food to the children that might need it. If they have not reached out to you already, please make sure to get in touch with someone at your school to let them know you need some help getting food. You can call your school directly or use this link to get in touch with your district that serves your area.

Please remember to finish this form after exploring these resources. 
Coronavirus/COVID-19
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 immediately. 

You can learn more about the Coronavirus and related resources by clicking this link.

You can also call the DHEC CareLine at 855.472.2432 for any question about the virus. You can speak with someone about common signs of COVID-19 (the illness caused by Coronavirus) prevention, testing, and other information related to the pandemic. 

Please remember to finish this form after exploring these resources.
Unemployment Insurance
You may be eligible for Unemployment Benefits if you were laid off, your hours were reduced, or your workplace shut down in response to the Coronavirus. You can learn more by clicking this link.

Please remember to finish this form after exploring these resources. 



Contact Details
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Final Questions
All questions below are optional. The information you choose to submit will have no affect on what type of service you may receive. These questions are only being asked to get a better idea of who this pandemic has impacted and what additional services may be needed to support a full recovery in your community.