If you are homeless or may become homeless in the near future then you may qualify for one of our programs.
In order to be eligible for consideration in the Upstate Homeless Coalition's programs, a person must meet one of HUD's definitions of homelessness, which are as follows:
- Staying in a shelter
- Living on the street i.e., woods, car, abandoned building
- In the last five days of a Writ of Ejectment (eviction papers)
UHCSC does not offer emergency shelter. If you require emergency shelter please reference our Resource Directory.
H.A.L. will provide permanent housing for homeless individuals with disabilities and homeless families with at least one person that has a disability. A letter from a physician or other qualified professional certifying the disability is required. This program will be in Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens counties and will have 15 households starting November 1st. Contact Cindy Coxie for more info.
The Continuum of Care (COC) is the term used for the process of coordinating services and planning among all the homeless service providers in the area.
A transitional housing program, in six upstate counties. The program provides housing, intensive case management, and other supportive services to help participants work towards self-sufficiency.
Provides counseling in many aspects of home ownership.
The HOME program is permanent housing for people with a disability. UHCSC provides housing and case management.