Columbia, SC: The torrential rains and floods have caused tremendous loss and damage in the Midlands and across South Carolina. But the spirit and connections of our communities and our state remain strong.
Regardless of backgrounds or beliefs, people have come together to help neighbors and strangers alike. First responders work tirelessly to rescue those in danger and to keep others safe. And there is still much work to be done as people begin cleaning up while the threat of additional flooding remains.
The team at Family Connection of South Carolina remains ready to serve – in whatever ways possible and needed.
If you’ve been impacted by the flooding and need assistance, please contact us at:
State Office, Columbia:
(803) 252-0914 or (800) 578-8750
En Espanol: 1 (888) 808-7462
Anderson Office:
(864) 231-8100
Greenville Office:
(864) 331-1340
Spartanburg Office:
(864) 585-5462
Rock Hill Office:
(800) 578-8750
Charleston Office:
(843) 556-5010
Those in the Midlands who need help, or would like to offer assistance, can also contact:
United Way of the Midlands. Detailed information is available at their website at Also, Dial United Way 2-1-1, 24 hours a day/7 days a week for non-emergency human service needs.
America Red Cross Disaster Relief. Visit or call 1-800-RED CROSS.
We are extremely thankful to first responders and everyone who has offered assistance to those affected, and our prayers continue for those who have suffered losses.