Quality of Life for Children & Families

The Center for Community Services (CCS) is a multiservice center offering easy access to human services in Greenville County. We provide many direct services, including case management, emergency assistance, education, and referrals.


The Center for Community Services (CCS) changes lives in the Golden Strip area by equipping people with the tools needed to reach self-sufficiency.


The Center for Community Services strives to ensure that all families in our community have access to the tools to be fully self-sufficient.

Emergency Services

We provide emergency help with utilities, prescription assistance for life-saving medications, and food boxes to help our clients make it through hard times.

SNAP & Medicaid

We help residents of Southern Greenville County and nearby areas apply for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (or SNAP, once called food stamps) and Medicaid.


We’ll work with you to help you find open positions, prepare for difficult interviews, and connect you to local employers looking to hire for fair-wage jobs.

On-Site Partners

We’ve made it our mission to provide a multiservice community space where our on-site partners work alongside us to help our local community here in Southern Greenville County thrive.

2 days ago

Center for Community Services

The Center for Community Services will remain closed tomorrow, Tuesday, December 11th.

Stay safe, and check back for our schedule on Wednesday.Greenville County Schools will remain closed on Tuesday, December 11, due to dangerous travel conditions and ongoing power outages, downed trees, and fallen power lines across the county and at GCS schools, offices, and bus centers. Though some snow and ice across the district is melting today, many secondary roads remain wet, slushy and/or blocked by downed trees and power lines. The ICE team reported many impassable secondary roads across the county due to downed trees and/or power lines.

The National Weather Service forecasts the temperatures in our area to drop below freezing tonight through mid-morning tomorrow. Thawing will be slow, given the amount of moisture on the roads. Multiple schools have been without power in excess of 24 hours, allowing the interior temperature to drop significantly. Though GCS maintenance crews have been working throughout the day, we continue to have trees down at some school locations, a collapsed awning due to the snow, and significant slush in a number of bus loops, car loops, and parking lots, which will be ice until at least midday on Tuesday.

Many thanks to all the maintenance crews and utility line workers who are working to get us up and running.

The missed days on Monday and Tuesday will be made up on 3/22/19 and 3/25/19.
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We will be closed tomorrow due to the winter weather. Please stay safe, and check back for details about Tuesday. ... See MoreSee Less

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You CAN make a difference this Holiday Season.

To learn more about how your business, school or church can host a Food Drive, contact ktuten@centercs.com.
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5 days ago

Center for Community Services

THANK YOU to Mauldin High School for donating over 4,000 of our "most wanted" canned food items during their Food Drive!

If your school would like to host a food drive this holiday season, contact ktuten@centercs.com
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