• Catholic Charities Office of Immigration Services

    CCOIS works to meet the need for low-cost, high-quality immigration legal services in the state. They focus on providing family-based immigration services and assisting immigrant victims of crime. Visit website >>

  • Charleston Legal Access

    Charleston Legal Access is a nonprofit law firm dedicated to expanding access to legal services and rights in South Carolina. CLA serves moderate and low income individual clients, providing legal representation at reduced fees calculated on a sliding scale, and participates in litigation to overcome systemic injustice. Visit website >>

  • Horry County Veterans Treatment Court

    The Horry County Veterans Treatment Court works to quickly identify veterans who have entered the criminal justice system and connect them to support, recovery and/or therapeutic services. The Case Manager coordinates with the Prosecutor, Defense Attorney, and Treatment Court Director to guide the veteran to success in remaining substance free, find recovery from mental illness, and remain crime free so that overall recidivism is reduced, the cost of incarceration is eliminated, and the criminal justice system is relieved. Visit website >>

  • Mediation and Meeting Center of Charleston

    The Mediation and Meeting Center of Charleston (MMCC) is dedicated to providing quality, accessible dispute resolution and training. The Mediation Center was established in 2008 as a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that offers a voluntary alternative for resolving conflict. Visit website >>

  • Medical Legal Partnership

    The Medical Legal Partnership (MLP) formally connects Furman University, Prisma Health Upstate, and South Carolina Legal Services in work to improve health outcomes for people throughout the Upstate, especially those living in poverty. The partnership—the first of its kind in South Carolina—coordinates and streamlines access to non-medical assistance when a medical problem has roots in or is made worse by a social or legal problem. Visit website >>

  • Midlands Mediation Center

    The Midlands Mediation Center (MMC), formerly known as the Community Mediation Center, has brought the practice of using mediation to resolve disputes to the Midlands community since 1998. MMC relies on a dedicated core of volunteer mediators who have received training in civil and/or family mediation. Many use mediation in their legal, human resources, or social services professions. Visit website >>

  • National Judicial College

    The NJC offers programs to the judiciary to improve productivity, challenge current perceptions of justice and inspire judges to achieve judicial excellence. Foundation funds provide scholarships to NJC for South Carolina judges (selected by S.C. Court Administration). Visit website >>

  • NC Center on Actual Innocence

    The NC Center on Actual Innocence (NCCAI) oversees Innocence Projects® at North Carolina law schools and provides legal services to indigent, unrepresented North Carolina and South Carolina inmates claiming factual innocence. Each year, the Center coordinates the review and investigation of cases by law student volunteers, allowing the students to work on real cases, learn from the past work of other attorneys, develop organizational, analytical, professional, and ethical skills, and appreciate the value of providing pro bono services. Visit website >>

  • Rainy Day Fund

    The Rainy Day Fund works to eliminate barriers to housing/employment by assisting those who are legal system involved (or at risk) with costs associated with obtaining work, securing identification, restoration of rights, court costs, basic care and other physical needs. Visit website >>

  • Richland County CASA

    With a mission to “advocate for the best interest of abused and neglected children in Richland County Family Court,” CASA conducts a child welfare collaboration workshop, holds nationally-heralded volunteer recruitment events and provides training resources to volunteer Guardians. Visit website >>

  • Root & Rebound

    Root & Rebound’s mission is to restore power and resources to the families and communities most harmed by mass incarceration through legal advocacy, public education, policy reform and litigation–a model rooted in the needs and expertise of people who are directly impacted. Visit website >>

  • SC Access to Justice Commission

    SCATJ works to educate the public, the legal community and the legislature about issues facing individuals with limited means. The Commission works to find additional funding for legal assistance, create new partnerships for increasing civil legal assistance, build seamless connections for those in need with the resources available and increase access to and delivery of civil legal assistance. Visit website >>

  • SC Bar – Ask-A-Lawyer & Clinics Program

    Ask-a-Lawyer offers general education legal clinics throughout the state, supports the Legal Lessons courses and conducts periodic statewide web blitzes/phone banks. Visit website >>

  • SC Center for Fathers & Families

    The Center places non-violent, non-custodial fathers in livable wage jobs so that they can make child support payments and re-engage in the lives of their children. Job placement services are provided in conjunction with legal assistance, money management training and fatherhood skill development. Visit website >>

  • Serve and Connect

    Serve and Connect is a nonprofit organization focused on creating transformative partnerships between police and citizens that drive improvements in community well-being. We believe that when those who are called to serve work together, we build stronger, safer communites for all people. Serve & Connect was founded in memory of Officer Gregory Alia (End of Watch 9/30/15) who is remembered for serving his community with compassion. Visit website >>

  • Transitions

    Transitions mission is to engage and equip homeless adults of the Midlands to transition into stability and permanent housing. Visit website >>

  • Turn90

    Turn90, formerly The Turning Leaf Project, provides re-entry services for men leaving the Charleston and Richland County Detention Centers. They are dedicated to building a healthier and safer community by providing inmates an opportunity to change negative behaviors and avoid further contact with the criminal justice system. Visit website >>

  • Upstate Mediation Center

    UMC has been meeting mandatory mediation needs in Greenville County family and circuit courts since 1999. Their goals are to promote the use of mediation and other non-adversarial means of resolving conflicts and to nurture peace by restoring and strengthening family, business and community relationships. Visit website >>