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Student Resources During Pandemic

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As our community continues to respond to the coronavirus pandemic, Tri-County Technical College’s Wellness Programs is available to provide services, answer questions and assist with resources. In addition, Wellness will continue to assist with personal issues, attendance concerns, academic suspension, SC Thrive applications, emergency fund applications, food insecurity, and counseling referrals.

Please contact us at or 864-646-1569.

Covid-19 Student Issues and Help Form

Covid-19 Employee Reporting Form for Student Concerns

In collaboration with SC Thrive and our community partners, below is a short list of community resources and information that may be beneficial during this time.

Employment/Unemployment Resources

The SC Department of Employment and Workforce is a resource for those who are employed, under-employed or unemployed. Learn more about employment/unemployment resources here.

Financial Resources

You can apply for Medicaid, SNAP and other benefits over the phone. Download this flier for step-by-step instructions

SC Thrive can assist you with filing your state and federal taxes for free. To be eligible, your adjusted gross income must be less than $65,000 (or less than $95,000 if filing status is married filing jointly). Visit the SC Thrive website to learn more

Food Insecurity

Click here for a list of food providers in our area. Please call ahead before visiting a provider to learn of any changes.

Healthcare Providers

Several South Carolina health systems are offering telehealth options to the public. These options are available to anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms in South Carolina. To access the free consult, use the promo code COVID19.

Housing Resources

The Federal Housing Finance Agency announced eviction suspension relief for renters in March 2020. Learn more about housing resources here.

Internet Resources

There are several companies that are offering assistant with internet access. Learn more about internet access resources here.

Mental Health Services

Free Counseling Services for TCTC students

Our student assistance program, REACH, offers flexible and confidential counseling services. To contact REACH, call 1-855-691-4941.

For additional information about REACH, click Student Assistance Program (User Name: REACH-TCTC | Password: Student)


Other Mental Health Resources

Mental Health First Aid

National Alliance for Mental Health (NAMI)

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