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While SCCADVASA does not provide direct services, we work with 22 independently operated, 501(c)(3) non-profit member organizations that provide confidential, direct services to survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault.

Many of the organizations also provide prevention services and education. Please contact your local program to learn more about their services and how to get involved locally.

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Click on any of the counties below to see the domestic violence or sexual assault organizations in that county, or click here for an advanced search option.

You can also contact these national level organizations:

On-Campus support: If you are a college student looking for on-campus support or resources, we encourage you to contact your campus Title IX/prevention office or counseling services. If you are in need of additional assistance, please to reach out to any of our member organizations or utilize one of the free national hotlines above.

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Oconee Pickens Anderson Greenville Spartanburg Fairfield Chester York Cherokee Union Laurens Newberry Abbeville Greenwood Saluda Edgefield Aiken Lexington Richland Kershaw Lancaster Chesterfield Marlboro Darlington Sumter Calhoun Orangeburg Barnwell Bamberg Allendale Hampton Jasper Beaufort Colleton Charleston Dorchester Berkeley Clarendon Williamsburg Georgetown Florence Marion Horry Dillon Lee McCormick

Member Organizations

Each of our 22 member organizations done an incredible amount of work throughout their regions and in their local communities. Click below to learn more about each individual organization, upcoming events, services offered, and opportunities to get involved.

  • Beyond Abuse

    Our mission is to lead our community beyond sexual violence and child abuse through awareness, advocacy and action.

  • CASA Family Systems

    CASA/Family Systems mission is to break the cycle of violence in families through prevention, intervention, and advocacy. Serving Bamberg, Calhoun, and Orangeburg counties since 1979.

  • Cumbee Center

    Cumbee Center’s mission is to support and empower domestic violence and sexual violence victims and their families by providing services, reducing the tolerance of abuse, and advocating for social change.

  • Family Justice Center of Georgetown and Horry Counties

    Provider of domestic violence services in Georgetown and Horry counties.

  • The Family Resource Center

    The Family Resource Center is a non-profit organization that has, for 36 years, been dedicated to eradicating child abuse, sexual violence, and teen pregnancy in Kershaw & Lee Counties.

  • Foothills Alliance

    Foothills Alliance supports survivors of sexual assault and child abuse and their families through collaboration, education, advocacy, and treatment services in Anderson and Oconee Counties.

  • Hopeful Horizons

    Hopeful Horizons’ mission is to protect, treat and prevent, which is inspired by the goals of providing safety, hope and healing to survivors of child abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault and to lead in ending abuse through primary prevention and education.

  • Julie Valentine Center

    Julie Valentine Center’s mission is to stop sexual violence and child abuse and the impact of these crimes through prevention, investigation, collaboration, treatment, and advocacy.

  • Meg's House

    The mission of Meg's House is to provide housing and supportive services that reduce the impact of domestic violence and chronic homelessness in the communities we serve.

  • My Sister's House

    MSH, Lowcountry leaders in domestic violence survival serving Charleston, Dorchester, and Berkeley counties for over forty years, supports DV survivors through clinical therapy, individual case management, housing and basic needs support, and community-focused education services.

  • Pathways to Healing

    Pathways to Healing advocates for and supports survivors of sexual assault and abuse in Richland, Lexington, Newberry, Clarendon, and Sumter counties and educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.

  • Palmetto Citizens Against Sexual Assault and Childrens Advocacy Center

    Our mission is to promote quality direct services to victims of sexual abuse, and interpersonal violence including, crisis intervention, face to face support, legal advocacy, medical advocacy, transportation, information and referral, and to increase public awareness.

  • Pee Dee Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Assault

    Pee Dee Coalition is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the reduction of sexual assault, family violence, and child abuse and to serving the needs of victims.

  • Pickens County Advocacy Center

    Our mission is to support survivors of sexual assault and abuse through treatment services and to end sexual violence in the Pickens County community through education, advocacy, and collaboration.

  • Project R.E.S.T. (Restore, Empower, Support, Transform)

    Project R.E.S.T. is a private, non-profit organization providing a multi-faceted assistance program to victims of domestic violence in Spartanburg, Cherokee, and Union Counties, and victims of sexual assault in Spartanburg and Cherokee Counties.

  • Rape Crisis Center of Horry & Georgetown Counties

    Serving survivors of sexual assault in Horry and Georgetown counties through Crisis Intervention, Advocacy, and Prevention & Education.

  • Safe Harbor

    Safe Harbor exists to influence a culture where all people are safe and valued in their relationships.

  • The SAFE Home

    The SAFE Home provides services for victims of intimate partner violence in Laurens, Abbeville and Saluda counties.

  • Safe Passage, Inc

    Safe Passage is a non-profit organization providing supportive services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse.

  • Sistercare

    Sistercare’s mission is to provide trauma-informed services, to advocate for domestic violence survivors and their children, and to promote prevention of domestic violence through community awareness and training.

  • Tri-County S.P.E.A.K.S. Sexual Assault Center

    Tri-County S.P.E.A.K.S. Sexual Assault Center is a sexual assault advocacy center offering free support & services to adult survivors of sexual assault.

  • YWCA of the Upper Lowlands

    The YWCA of the Upper Lowlands, Inc. is helping survivors of domestic violence with their various programs. Our services seek to empower men and women victims by helping them escape and recover from domestic violence.

Affiliate Member Organizations

SCCADVASA works with individuals, organizations, and other allies to improve services and support survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault and to prevent violence in our communities. SCCADVASA Affiliates are public and private organizations, law enforcement jurisdictions, and other entities that engage in secondary or related work to support the mission of SCCADVASA. We are honored to work together and appreciate the collaborative support of our 2022 Affiliate Members listed below.

  • A Call to Action Oconee

    The mission of A Call to Action Oconee (ACTA) is to help reduce the incidents of domestic violence in South Carolina, beginning with Oconee County.

  • Aiken County Victim Services

    Providing services for the Sherriff’s Office, Detention Center, and Magistrate System in Aiken County as well as the City of Burnettown and the Town of Salley.

  • Bamberg County Sheriff’s Office

    The Bamberg County Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing the highest level of service to all citizens

  • Dickerson Children’s Advocacy Center

    The mission of the Dickerson Children's Advocacy Center is to provide comprehensive assessment and treatment services to physically and sexually abused children ages 0-18 years throughout the Midlands of South Carolina.

  • Domestic Abuse Center

    The Domestic Abuse Center provides an intervention program for people who have used violence in their relationships.

  • Office of the Solicitor Fourth Judicial Circuit

    Serves as the prosecuting agency in Chesterfield, Darlington, Dillon, and Marlboro County.

  • Gemstones Youth Development Inc.

    Inspiring, Empowering and Motivating young girls and women.

  • Dr. Vanessa Dunn Guyton

    We support victims of the HUSH Topics and provide awareness training to organizations and individuals in our communities.

  • MARYS House

    MARYS House exists to ensure safety, advocacy and independence for victims of domestic violence, providing faith-based family services in Pickens, SC and surrounding areas.

  • The Naomi Project

    We are a transitional facility that supports women and their children who have been in domestic abuse situations.

  • Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention & Prevention (SAVIP)

    Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention & Prevention (SAVIP) in Student Health Services at the University of South Carolina offers 24/7 confidential advocacy to students and employees of the UofSC-Columbia campus who are primary or secondary survivors of sexual harassment and assault, relationship violence, and stalking and harassment.

  • South Carolina Legal Services

    A nonprofit law firm that protects the legal rights of South Carolina’s most vulnerable residents by providing free civil legal services.

  • Spartanburg Police Department

    The Spartanburg Police Department is a nationally accredited, professional police service dedicated to making Spartanburg a safer place to live by fighting crime and improving the quality of life in our city’s neighborhoods.

  • The Hive Community Circle

    The Hive Community Circle is a survivor-led, survivor-driven, and culturally specific organization helping women and girls in South Carolina overcome the trauma of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking.

  • The Parenting Place

    Providing services, resources and support to prevent all forms of child abuse and neglect across Upstate SC.

  • Visions Of Women

    Visions of Women mission is to educate, support, and lead by raising awareness towards domestic violence and promoting healthy relationships among teens and college students.

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Interested in Becoming an Affiliate Organization?

We encourage you to complete the interest form. Once it is received, a member of our team will contact you to follow up with an interview. An Affiliate Membership Application must be filled out following the interview, in addition to paying Affiliate Membership dues, which are based on your organizational budget. Affiliate Membership dues are paid annually at the start of each year.

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