Our Services


Services/Programs Offered by CCC

a  Food Programs
a  SNAP Applications
a  Utility Bill Assistance
a  Rental Assistance
a  Homeless Support
a  Holiday Program
a  Back-to-School Supplies
a  Home Repair
a  Referral Service

How to receive services at CCC

CCC is open from 9 am until 1 pm Monday through Thursday. Clients should arrive before 10 am, to be seen that day. An appointment can be made by calling 864-653-4460.

Bring the following items:
a  Proof of address
a  Proof of income for all members in the household over the age of 18
a  Eviction or disconnect notice to obtain help with rent/utility

CCC programs to help stretch your food dollars

SNAP Information for Clients: You can apply online at CCC or pick up an application.  You can download and print an application by clicking SNAP0711. To see if you are eligible and to apply online for SNAP benefits, you can click here (https://scmapp.sc.gov). We can fax your completed application and verification documents to SCDSS.
Emergency SNAP supplements are only for households who meet all income and other eligibility requirements for the regular SNAP program or for those households already receiving SNAP benefits. SNAP households who already receive the maximum benefit amount will not receive an emergency supplement.
SNAP renewals must be completed on time and before the extension due to COVID 19.  If you do not renew, you will have to reapply to continue to receive SNAP benefits.  If you need a renewal form mailed to you, please call 1-800-616-1309.
You can report changes, submit verification and submit renewal forms by mail, by fax to 803-734-2012, by email to SNAPTANFInbox@dss.sc.gov or by submitting information in the secure, outside drop box at any county office. You can report a change (i.e. address, income, or number in household) by completing the form found on the DSS.SC.GOV website.
For more about the SNAP Program: here

Senior Food Box Program: Call CCC about eligibility requirements and support for continuing this program. More about Senior Food Box Program

Programs offered by other agencies

Clemson Free Clinic provides health services to residents of Clemson, Pendleton and Central who qualify for the health service. The clinic is available on Wednesdays from 5 to 8 pm and is located at 1200 Tiger Boulevard, next to the current Clemson City Hall. Call 864-654-8277 to make an appointment or for more information.

SC Works WorkLink Employment Center, a comprehensive center to assist those seeking employment is located at 1376 Tiger Blvd in the East Park Shopping Center; phone: 864-643-0071; hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am to 5pm. SCWORKS.org

South Carolina 2-1-1: Most people know that 9-1-1 is the phone number to call for police, fire or medical emergencies, but do you know about 2-1-1? 2-1-1 is … an easy-to-remember phone number that connects people with important community services and volunteer opportunities … a free, confidential, information and referral service for health and human services in your community … available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, with multi-lingual capabilities … can be accessed online at www.sc211.org . 2-1-1 is sponsored by the United Way of Pickens County.

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P O Box 271, Clemson, SC 29633 (mail)
105 Anderson Highway, Clemson (map)
864-653-4460    ♦    ccc@clemsoncommunitycare.org
Open: Monday – Thursday, 9 am – 1 pm