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Message from the Executive Director

Dear Partners, On behalf of the board of directors, the staff, and those we serve, I would like to thank you for your support of our mission. Your support is critical as we help victims of domestic violence and individuals who have experienced chronic homelessness reach their full potential. Those in our programs overcame significant […]

Recent Statistics

Let’s put a stop to domestic violence and abuse…check out the recent statistics. http://www.vpc.org/studies/wmmw2017.pdf

Message from the Director

Dear Partners, I would like to say thank you for your support with our advocacy efforts during this unprecedented time in history. Meg’s House will continue to press forward in helping victims of domestic violence and individuals who have experienced chronic homelessness. The dedicated staff, board of directors, volunteers, and community partners have worked diligently […]

SC Gets Specialized Agents

The South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services is tackling the state’s domestic violence issue with new special agents. http://www.wltx.com/article/news/local/sc-to-get-domestic-violence-agents/459216768

A Message from the Executive Director

Dear Friends, I want to begin by saying thank you for making 2015 another year in which Meg’s House was in a position to provide much needed services for domestic violence victims in our community. The dedicated staff has done an outstanding job responding to the needs of those we serve. In addition, we have […]

No More Lies & Bruises Event A Success

The event “No More Lies and Bruises” took place on March 14, 2014. At the event, musician Josh Owens debuted a beautiful song about the horrible consequences of domestic violence. Watch a video of the event below, and get a download of the live debut of “Lies and Bruises” HERE.

Homeless Point-In-Time Count in the Upstate

Each year, The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development requires a count of homeless individuals across the nation. The resulting data allows the government to assess local service providers’ funding needs.  On January 23th, 2014, the Upstate Homeless Coalition will coordinate a street and shelter count of homeless individuals in 13 counties across the […]