COMMUNITY RESOURCES


Troop 91 was established in 1949  and is presently chartered at Seven Oaks Presbyterian Church in Columbia, South Carolina. Their goals are to provide a challenging and enjoyable program of outdoor skills, such as camping, hiking, backpacking, and canoeing, plus citizenship and community service opportunities.  Soon they will be welcoming girls!
 
 
 
                   


To visit the troop, please call Jerry Hilbish, Scoutmaster, at (803)750-0626 or email him here.
Seven Oaks Troop 91 webpage can be found here.
 

Need Help?

Live Oak Counseling Center offers psychotherapy, support, education, and guidance to individuals and families in the midlands of South Carolina. Founded 25 years ago as Columbia Pastoral Counseling Center, the center has a rich history of caring for individuals, couples and families in the Columbia area. The center is a nonprofit service supported by client fees, local congregations, and individual donations.

You can find directions, phone numbers, and more information on their website here.

Sharing God’s Love was organized in 1984 when representatives from a few churches in the area got together and agreed that there needed to be a central location where community families facing emergencies related to their basic living needs could be served. Thus, they began to establish this ministry to provide food, clothing, and financial assistance to those in need. It is located on Friarsgate Blvd. in Irmo, SC.

Their website, phone number, and more information can be found here.

Mission Lexington (formerly Lexington Interfaith Community Services) has been meeting the needs of Lexington County residents in crisis. Originally founded in 1978 by four churches as a way to serve individuals and families faced with limited emergency needs, the organization has grown exponentially.

Mission Lexington is the hub of care for Lexington County, assisting families and individuals with life essentials, resources, and guidance. We meet over 30,000 needs in Lexington County each year, ranging from helping an elderly couple with food to funeral expenses for a child. Our partner network includes local businesses and government agencies, corporations, organizations individuals and more than 50 member churches who sustain our vision daily.

Mission Lexington has served the county from multiple locations over the years, moving as our needs have expanded. Today we offer a thriving thrift store, food pantry and mobile food pantry, donation center and warehouse and social services, guidance and administration offices at 216 Harmon Street in downtown Lexington, SC.

More than help…..HOPE!

They are located in Lexingon, SC and more information can be found on their website here.

LRADAC cares for the needs of the citizens of Lexington and Richland counties of South Carolina. They offer a wide array of prevention, intervention and treatment programs in locations convenient to residents of both counties.

With a dedicated staff and innovative programs and services, LRADAC takes a proactive approach to fighting addiction and drug abuse in our schools, businesses and neighborhoods. They tailor their programs to meet the ever-changing needs of the communities they serve.Their prevention, intervention and treatment programs spread the message that there is hope and that substance abuse and addiction are preventable and treatable. More information and telephone number here.