A voice for low income South Carolinians for social, legal, & economic justice.

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Parent Guide for K-12 Students

In this guide, we share the rights that parents and students have when it comes to K-12 education in South Carolina.

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SC Healthcare Voices

Visit our sister site schealthcarevoices.org to learn about the importance of Medicaid and hear stories from South Carolinians using the program.

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Housing for All: SC Tenant Voices

Find resources, facts, and information about the importance of affordable housing at our SC Tenant Voices project homepage.

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Medicaid Renewal Starts April 1, 2023: Don’t Lose Coverage

During the pandemic, the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare issued a Public Health Emergency (PHE). This meant that no one could be taken off of Medicaid during that time. It has been announced that on May 11, 2023 the PHE will be ending. The state of South Carolina will be sending out Medicaid renewal forms…

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SC Housing Stories: Helping Residents Facing Eviction | NAACP Housing Navigator Program

Welcome to another installment of our South Carolina Housing Stories Project!  Our Housing Justice Organizer, Sloan Wilson (she/her), sat down with Ashley Blas (she/her) and Glynnis Hagins (she/her) to learn more about the NAACP’s Housing Navigator Program in Columbia, SC. This program connects folks in Richland County with legal and financial help with those facing…

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Bank and Credit Unions that Provide Small Dollar Loans in South Carolina

Payday, auto title and high cost/small dollar installment loans offer an easy solution to get a small or moderate amount of money quickly, but with one big catch. They are often difficult to pay off and many times put a consumer into a debt spiral that can keep them on the hook for years. There are…

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