Tri-County Flood Recovery 2015
Sponsored by Trident United Way, the 2-1-1 Call Center is open and available 24 hours a day for non-emergency calls during and after the local flooding event. 2-1-1 is currently staffed and ready to receive calls. This service offers supportive listening, crisis intervention and up-to-date information about access to community resources.
Both Prosperity Centers – a collaboration between Trident United Way, Goodwill, Family Services and other partners – are currently open, staffed and ready to work with clients seeking emergency assistance and referrals for basic needs services.
- Berkeley County Prosperity Center: 325 Main Street, Moncks Corner, SC. (Phone: 843.761.6033)
- Dorchester County Prosperity Center: 222 Old Trolley Road, Summerville, SC. (Phone: 843.282.629)
In partnership with Palmetto Goodwill, Trident United Way is offering vouchers for clothing, furniture and household goods at no charge.
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Tri-County Flood Recovery Fund
- All Palmetto Goodwill donation sites are accepting donations of clothing, furniture and household goods. Individuals affected by flooding may apply for Palmetto Goodwill vouchers.
- Contact Melissa Britton at (843) 740-7741 or email@example.com if you wish to donate other items.
- Visit http://getconnected.uwasc.org/drm/ to register as a volunteer.