Welcome to USCSM Supportive Housing Services

The Office of Supportive Housing Services is part of the Department of Internal Medicine, which is the largest clinical department in the School of Medicine with over 100 faculty and staff in nine different divisions. The Department of Medicine has many years of experience in community medical and public health based services. In the 1980s our Department began public health and medical care to underinsured persons with HIV.

Our office provides services to persons who have disabilities and who are homeless or who are at an increased risk of homelessness. We work with clients who have an interest in learning ways to change their current situation.  Our service providers engage our clients with the idea that each client works as hard as we do to get ahead and to change their current situation.  We provide case management, not crisis management. We may be able to help in times of crisis - and we try to teach clients how to avoid future crises.  

For more information about our services, or to find out information about community resources including housing, please contact our office at 803.343.3437.

We provide services to residents of the following counties: Richland, Lexington, Saluda, Calhoun, Fairfield and Kershaw.  All housing services are contingent upon verification of eligiblity, including verification of homelessness and disability.