Foothills Family Resources provides all the amenities of a modern office space at no expense to our partners. In return, our partners provide the following services to the residents of Travelers Rest, Slater, Marietta and Cleveland, South Carolina.
Department of Social Services: A DSS caseworker is on site full time and provides easier access to SNAP benefits. SNAP applications are provided and accepted at the intake desk.
Department of Health WIC Services: Provides nutrition education for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding and non-breastfeeding postpartum women along with infants and children up to age five who are found to be at nutritional risk. To schedule an appoint you must contact WIC at (800)868-0404
Foothills Family Resources: Building Administration/Maintenance; Food Pantry(Available M-Th to households once every four weeks; Medicaid/SNAP applications; Rent/Utility/Medication assistance; Center for Working Families: Works to move participants from crisis to self-sufficiency via job training, financial counseling and resume/soft skills development.
Greenville County Human Relations Commission: Provides HUD-approved housing, financial literacy and credit repair. All Center for Working Families participants receive training in financial management to include budgeting, credit repair and capital purchases.
Greenville County School District Lifelong Learning: Provides classroom instruction to prepare students to take the GED and WorkKeys certifications
Greenville Mental Health: Provides quality Mental Health Services to adults, children, adolescents, and their families. Please call (864) 241-1040 to schedule an appointment.
Vocational Rehabilitation: Provides assistance in job placement for disabled persons and those with a criminal record.
As you can see, it is not just FFR’s individual services that make it so vital to Northern Greenville County; it is the close proximity of all of these services to an underserved population that makes us irreplaceable in the region. This is especially true considering we serve a population that faces a lack of transportation as a huge barrier to receiving services. These individuals need help and would go without if FFR did not exist.