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888.335.5951
803.898.8731

1430 Confederate Avenue
P. O. Box 2467
Columbia, S.C. 29202
publicinfo@sccb.sc.gov

South Carolina Resources

Able South Carolina
Able South Carolina is a Center for Independent Living – a consumer-controlled, community-based, cross-disability nonprofit – that provides an array of independent living services to people of all ages with all types of disabilities in 23 counties.
www.able-sc.org
jobs.sc.gov
South Carolina State Government Careers website.
www.jobs.sc.gov

WorkSC
WorkSC.org is a comprehensive job seeker and workforce skill building resource for South Carolina's libraries, government agencies and residents.

www.worksc.org

SC Department of Employment and Workforce
When reliable employment proves difficult, we help people work toward financial stability by providing unemployment benefits, job opportunities and workforce services..

www.dew.sc.org

SC Department of Mental Health
To support the recovery of people with mental illnesses.

www.scdmh.org

SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs
This state agency plans, develops, oversees and funds services for South Carolinians with severe, lifelong disabilities, including intellectual disability, autism, traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury as well as conditions related to these disabilities.

www.ddsn.sc.gov

SC Department of Vocational Rehabilitation
The South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation Department provides an individualized array of services to help people with disabilities find employment.

www.scvrd.net

SC.gov
Operated by state government, this website provides information about state agencies, elected officials, local governments, education, business, tourism and more.

www.Sc.gov

SC State Library Talking Book Services
This is a consumer resource for obtaining talking book versions of popular magazines, books and reference materials.

www.sctalkingbook.org

SC Human Affairs Commission
The South Carolina Human Affairs Commission was created by the General Assembly in 1972 to encourage fair treatment, eliminate and prevent unlawful discrimination, and foster mutual understanding and respect among all people in this state.

www.schac.sc.gov