Emergency Services Guide: Parenting Education Programs and Legal Aid
At Richland Library, we work each day to care for the individuals and families in our community. We understand families need books to read, a place to learn and, sometimes, even parenting education programs or leagal aid. In Columbia there are many organizations working to provide these services.
Here are a few organizations in the Columbia area working to provide parenting education programs and legal aid services:
- South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs | 2221 Devine St., Ste. 200 | (803)734-4200
Provides consumer education.
- Fairwold Learning Center | 5935 Token St | (803)735-3435
Serves medically fragile and severely mentally and physically disabled students from ages 3-21.
- Midlands Fatherhood Coalition | 1821 Hampton St | (803)933-0052
Provides programs to help engage fathers in the positive support of their children.
- The Nurturing Center | 1332 Pickens St | (803)771-4160
Provides parenting programs.
- Richland County First Steps | 2008 Marion St | (803)256-7237
Provides parenting support.
- Richland School District One Adult and Community Education | 2612 Covenant Rd | (803)343-2935
Provides educational services for adults.
- SC Head Start Collaboration Office | 1535 Confederate Ave | (803)898-2550
Provides a directory of Headstart programs focused on ensuring that children start school ready to learn.
- SC Legal Services | 2109 Bull St | 888-346-5592
Provides free legal services in a variety of non-criminal legal matters to eligible low-income SC residents.
- SC Victim Assistance Network | 113 Executive Pt Blvd Ste 202 | (803) 750-1200
Supports and advocates for all crime victims and those who serve them.
- Turning Pages | 4840 Forest Drive | (803)240-2441
Provides programs focused on adult literacy.