Berkeley County Help Resources

BERKELEY resource Connection

The Resource Connection Center brings together more than ten nonprofit service providers that help individuals and families in Berkeley and Dorchester counties increase their financial stability. In collaboration with nonprofit agencies, Trident United Way is offering FREE SERVICES for community members seeking financial stability.


the berkeley resource connection resource center is currently operating virtually. please dial 843-761-6033 for assistance.



Phone: (843) 761-6033

Address: 325 East Main Street, Moncks Corner, SC 29461

Client Service Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:30am - 4:00pm

  • We want to ensure you are going to the appropriate location for your needs.

  • We want to ensure we have the partners on site to assist.

  • We want to ensure you have the correct documents for your visit.        


211 Resources in Berkeley County:

Food: Pantries,  |  Senior Food Programs,  |  Soup Kitchens,  |  Public Food Assitance.

Housing and Utilities: Shelter and Transitional Housing   |   Home Construction and Repair

GED and Education: Early Education and Intervention,  |  K-12/GED Support and Resources,  |  Parenting, Health, Second Language, and Other Education.

Employment: Job Finding Assistance,  |   Special Needs Job Development.

Income Support: Income Support and Public Assistance Programs   |  Financial Workshops.

Mental Heath and Addiction: Mental Health Services,  |  Addiction Services  |  Support Groups and Care Givers.

Health Care: Public, Community, and Emergency Clinics  |  Eye, Dental, and Hearing,  |  Planning, Screening, and Insurance Information,  |  General Hospital Services,  

Individual and Family Support: General Counseling Services  |  Pregnancy, Parenting, Youth, and Family Services,  |  Crisis, Suicide, and Domestic Violence Counseling and Services,  |  Support Groups  |  Addiction Counseling and Support.

Senior Services: Home Care and Independent Living Support,   |   Home Modification and Mobility Aids,   |   Hearing, Dental, Eye Care, and Other Health Services,   |  Meals and Transportation,  |   Hospice, Bereavement, and Care Giver Support Groups.

Disability: Early Intervention Services  |  Home Modification, Transportation, and Independent Living,  |   Resources for the Hearing and Visually Impaired,  |   Caregiver Support and Services,  |   Daycare, Camp, and Assisted Living Facilities.

Homeless Services: Food and Daily Living,  |   Shelter and Day Centers.

Children and Maternity Services: Newborn, Maternity, and Parenting Resources,  |   Child Care, Camps, and Youth Enrichment,  |   Early Intervention  |  Foster Care, Group Homes, and Juvenile Deliquency.

Inmate and Re-entry services: Juvenile Delinquency Intervention and Resources.