MORE RESOURCES ADDED DAILY, CONTACT TO BE ADDED TO OUR LIST!!!
My Sister’s House
Domestic Violence Services – Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester
1-800-SUICIDE / 1-800-784-2433
Call 1-800-273-TALK / 1-800-273-8255
Call 2-1-1 or go to 211.org/
The Berkeley Community Mental Health Center offers assistance over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Call (843) 761-8282 or 1(888)202-1381, toll free, at any hour. Hotline, a telephone counseling service, responds to after-hour mental health emergencies and can page on-call Center staff if needed.
Victim services mount pleasant. 843-856-2189 (Victim Advocate)
843-849-3003 (Senior Victim Advocate
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Mental Health America
Anxiety And Substance Abuse
Barber & Beauty
Tawanna Michelle is a Master barber providing professional barber and dreadlock services.
P: (843) 452-0438
Website click here
Who ever you are, where ever you are in life, you are welcome here. Come experience the truth that YOU are God's image of Love. God's love is for everyone!
Christopher Cavanaugh is a well-known celebrity photographer with an amazing and diverse portfolio.
HIV & Sexual Wellness
The Ryan White Wellness Center is the only one-stop-shop in the Charleston area providing access to essential medical care, case management and other supportive services for people living with HIV, along with access to prevention services like PrEP and nPEP. The Center provides an array of low, or no-cost clinical and support services for patients living with HIV, and a number of services for those who are not. Click here for more information.
One of the best resources to begin the college search is Campus Pride, as it provides a one-to-five star index for LGBTQ-friendly college campuses, and dates for local college fairs. You can sort by U.S. region, specific school, type of institution and even by sport. -Deanna McGinity, Independent Educational Consultant