South Carolina Resources

We have an extensive Community database to help simplify your choice of an Assisted Living or Senior Retirement Community.

South Carolina Department on Aging


The South Carolina Lieutenant Governor’s Office on Aging funds programs that provide legal assistance for seniors through the various Area Agencies on Aging throughout the state.

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Community Long Term Care


Community Long Term Care (CLTC) offers programs to help individuals who want to live at home, need assistance with their care, and are financially eligible for Medicaid.

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Alzheimer’s Resource Coordination Center


The Alzheimer’s Resource Coordination Center (ARCC), located within the South Carolina Department on Aging, was established by state legislation in 1994. The Center’s goal is to serve as a statewide focal point for coordination, service development, information, and education to assist persons with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders (ADRD) and their families.

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Thrivent Greater Midlands Group


We walk alongside Christians seeking financial clarity and simplicity as they plan for retirement.

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Morgan E. Faulkenberry Insurance & Financial Services LLC


We have years of experience helping clients prepare for the unknown. We can access many different insurance companies to provide you with options to help protect your personal and business needs.

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HOPE In Lancaster, Inc.


HOPE in Lancaster, Inc. provides assistance, resources, and referrals that allow individuals and families in crisis situations the opportunity to recover from and move beyond short-term emergencies.

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North Carolina Division of Aging and Adult Services


The North Carolina Division of Aging and Adult Services works to promote the independence and enhance the dignity of North Carolina’s older adults, persons with disabilities and their families through a community based system of opportunities, services, benefits and protections.

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North Carolina Area Agency on Aging


North Carolina Area Agency on Aging (AAA) are offices established through the Older Americans Act that serves to facilitate and support the development of programs to address the needs of older adults. In North Carolina, the AAA’s are located within regional Councils of Government.

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Just 1 Call


Just 1 Call is a one-stop source of information and assistance for seniors and adults with disabilities living in Mecklenburg County, N.C., as well as their families and professional caregivers – wherever they may reside. This service is confidential, free of charge, easy to use and available in 140 languages.

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Senior Citizens Nutrition Program


Senior Citizens Nutrition Program (SCNP), commonly also known as the “Meals on Wheels Program” is more than a meal service program for individuals 60 years and older residing in Mecklenburg County. We believe, this program positively impacts the health and independence of seniors because the services we provide promote nutritional, physical and social well-being.

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Gervais Street Bridge in Columbia, South Carolina
Bridge to Better Living®