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Empowering parents and nurturing kids. A local resource for getting help with parenting in South Carolina.

What is SC Parents?

Children's trust of South Carolina, South Carolina Parents.

SC Parents offers information about common parenting topics, an online resource directory, parent-to-parent advice, and local events and class listings. The goal is to help parents at any step of their parenting journey, from pregnancy to the teenage years and beyond, and reduce the barriers to seeking help.

The website features a range of content from child care and child development to safety and parenting, including deep dives on a topic and quick confidence-boosting tips. Parents can also access a nationwide database of free and reduced-cost services that are searchable by topic and ZIP code and are powered by a network of professional provider organizations around South Carolina.

Explore SC Parents today

SC Parents homepage

Join the network by claiming your program

What is claiming?

Claiming your program allows you to access and update your program’s information. You also have the option to accept referrals, create intake screeners and eligibility assessments, review reporting and analytics tools,and more — all for free!

How do I claim a program?

  1. Go to
  2. Search for your program or organization within your organization’s main ZIP Code.
  3. A list of possible matches will appear; select the "claim" button to the right of your program(s).
  4. Create a free account and verify your claim via email (keep an eye out for that email!).
  5. After your claim is confirmed, a check mark will appear in the corner of your program’s listing.
  6. Don’t see your organization listed? Suggest your program(s).

More about claiming your program

SC Parents database screenshot with list of programs for an organization to claim.

How we work together

Through partnerships with local community organizations, SC Parents makes it easy for South Carolina residents to find programs that help them stay in their homes, feed their families, and assist with other needs like employment, education, child care, and more.

The more organizations that claim their program, the more robust the resource network becomes.

SC Parents findhelp search for baby supplies.

Amplify your impact

This free tool is available to support an organization’s work by acting as an accessible and robust resource network database as well as a central referral network. Using the findhelp platform allows community-based organizations to not only receive referrals but also track referrals.

Claiming your program allows you to receive referrals, access and update your program’s information, create intake screeners and eligibility assessments, review reporting and analytics tools, and more – at no charge.

SC Parents, findhelp referral sample

For more information

Brittany Crowley
Community Relations Coordinator