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Flood Recovery Resources

From all of us at CCPL, we send our thoughts to all of the South Carolinans that have been affected by the historic flooding. We hope to help you by providing this list of resources for our community. 

To Get Help
To apply for federal disaster assistance for individuals, visit www.disasterassistance.gov or call 1-800-621-FEMA (1-800-621-3362). Please have this list of items ready before you call.
 
Charleston County residents can call their local municipality for help with damage assessment. Residents who need information should call:

City of Charleston: 843-724-7320
Isle of Palms: 843-886-9912
Kiawah: 843-768-9166
Mount Pleasant: 843-884-5184
North Charleston: 843-740-2564
Sullivan's Island: 843-740-2564
Unincorporated areas in Charleston County: 843-202-6930

American Red Cross of the Palmetto SC Region – To seek assistance, contact 843-764-2323 or see www.redcross.org/local/sc for full contact information. List of shelters in South Carolina

Trident United Way's 2-1-1 Hotline can provide non-emergency assistance including crisis intervention and help finding recovery resources in the local community.

The Prosperity Centers provide emergency assistance and referrals for basic needs services.

Berkeley County Prosperity Center
325 Main Street
Moncks Corner, SC
843-761-6033

Dorchester County Prosperity Center
222 Old Trolley Road
Summerville, SC
843-282-6294

Give Help
If you'd like to donate to assist flooding victims, the South Carolina Emergency Management Division has a list of Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster on their website at www.scemd.org/recovery-section
 
Tri-County Flood Recovery Fund - a partnership between Trident United Way and The Post and Courier. TUW will match dollar for dollar any funds donated by the public up to $100,000. - www.tuw.org/floodrecovery
 
Volunteer opportunities are available through Trident United Way. Contact Melissa Britton at 843-740-7741 or mbritton@tuw.org, or call the 2-1-1 Hotline, to learn about volunteer opportunities.
 
American Red Cross of the Palmetto SC Region are accepting donations for the South Carolina Flooding online at www.redcross.org/local/sc/south-carolina-flooding

Other Helpful Resources

Recovering Personal Items Following a Flood
A list of resources and helpful tips for dealing recovering personal items following a flood. 

Beware of Disaster Relief Scams