Children’s Trust launches website to assist South Carolina parents

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) – Children’s Trust of South Carolina has launched a website,, that will provide statewide resources for families searching for local services and supports.

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Children’s Trust launches website to assist South Carolina parents

Parents and caregivers will be able to enter their ZIP Code into the search bar and receive an array of free and reduced-cost assistance in their communities, including parenting services, food, housing, financial and legal help, and health services.

“For so many parents and caregivers, the difficulty of navigating support systems can be frustrating and far too time-consuming, which can leave them feeling helpless and hopeless, especially during these uncertain times,” Children’s Trust Chief Communications Officer Bett Williams said. “Now more than ever, we need to make it as easy as possible for families to connect with help in their communities.”

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