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Mission Lexington

Mission Lexington brings people together to provide life essentials, resources, and guidance for fellow residents across the county who find themselves in crisis. 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.

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.
Mission Lexington Website

This is a valuable website listing various resources within our community for students and families in need.  Simply go to the website, type in your zip code and select the type of resource you are looking for.  
Aunt Bertha Website
Mental Health Services

Lexington County Community Mental Health
In addition to the agency as a whole providing mental health and counseling resources, LMH has also partnered with Lexington 3 School District to provide in-school counseling services for eligible clients. To receive additional information contact: 
Phone: (803) 996-1500
Lexington Mental Health Website

Dickerson Children's Advocacy Center
The mission of the Dickerson Children's Advocacy Center is to provide free-of-charge comprehensive assessment and treatment services to physically and/or sexually abused children ages 0-18 years throughout the Midlands of South Carolina.  Dickerson is child-focused facility that provides forensic interviews, forensic medicals, mental health and victim advocate services to victims of child abuse between the ages of 0 to 18. 
Dickerson Children's Advocacy Center

National Suicide Prevention Hotline
1-800-273-TALK (8255) 
Whether you are personally in crisis or you are concerned about someone who is, you can ALWAYS call 1-800-273-TALK and get a listening ear, resources, and support 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  This hotline does not close on the weekend, holidays, or during bad weather.