Helpful Links

For a community resource directory, link to the United Way Resource Directory: www.unitedwaygc.org

(Select “Get Help” for a complete community directory, a service of our local United Way office.)

Employees of Grenville Hospital System (GHS), Greenville Health Corporation, and University Medical Group may review additional information about EAP on ghsnet.  Click here to access from any GHS computer.  

For the U.S. Government’s Official Web Portal, link to the site below: www.Firstgov.gov

Addiction Information

www.Whitehousedrugpolicy.gov/drugfact/index.html
(Information on drugs of abuse as well as national and state policy)

www.TheAntiDrug.com
(The White House’s Youth anti-drug campaign site with resources for parents)

www.adultchildren.org
(A 12-Step program for people who come from an alcoholic or other drug affected home)

www.aa.org
(Official website of Alcoholics Anonymous)

www.al-anon.org
(Alanon/alateen are support groups for family and friends of problem drinkers)

http://www.gamblersanonymous.org/
(Help with gambling problems)

www.na.org
(Official listing of Narcotics Anonymous International)

www.cdc.gov/tobacco/index.htm
(Center for Disease Control site offering information on tobacco and how to quit)

Adoption

www.childwelfare.gov
(Child welfare and information on adoption)

Aging and Adult Children
www.ALZ.org

(Information on Alzheimer disease and programs of the Alzheimer’s Association)

www.elderweb.com
(Online eldercare sourcebook)

www.newlifestyles.com
(Information and referral services for senior residences and care options. List includes service providers advertising with New Lifestyles)

Disaster Preparedness for Individuals

www.bt.cdc.gov
(Mental Health division of the Center for Disease Control and information concerning prevention, emergency preparations, and response)

Domestic Violence

www.ndvh.org
(National Domestic Violence Hotline)

Financial

www.annualcreditreport.com
(Request a free credit report once per year from the three national credit-card companies all at one-time. These reports don’t include credit scores. For credit scores, you must purchase reports from the credit companies).

www.consumercredit.com
(Non-profit consumer credit organization.) Locally operated at Compass of SC, 467-3434)

Identity Theft

http://www.justice.gov/criminal/fraud/websites/idtheft.html
(Information regarding identity theft and related topics)

www.pueblo.gsa.gov
(Federal Citizen Information Center provides useful financial information and more)

www.mymoney.gov
(Federal government’s website dedicated to money management)

Legal

www.abalawinfo.org
(Basic information on legal topics)

www.scbar.org
(South Carolina Bar Association)

Mental Health

www.apa.org
(Provides information on a variety of topics including anger, stress, aging, depression, violence, bullying, ADHD)

www.Helpguide.org/mental
(Information on a variety of mental health issues, i.e. relationships, parenting, grief, depression)

www.dbsalliance.org
(Information and support for depression and bipolar disorders.)

www.namisc.org
(National Alliance on Mental Illness has the mission to improve the quality of life for people with mental illness through education, support, and advocacy).

Medicare and Medicaid Services

www.cms.hhs.gov
(U.S. Department of Health & Human Services website)

 

Student Financial Aid

www.students.gov
(College financial aid overview)