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Unemployment Benefits

Unemployment Insurance is designed to assist workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own.

Find More Benefits

Looking for other programs? Check eligibility and view summaries of all benefit programs at South Carolina Benefits.gov.

The South Carolina Department of Social Services oversees many of the state's benefits programs.

Need a referral for other services? Dial 2-1-1 or visit 211.org (select South Carolina from the homepage) to quickly locate community service providers like food pantries, affordable housing help and more.

Housing

Visit HOPE NOW to find free mortgage counseling help, check if you qualify for a Home Affordable Loan Modification Program, and More.

Don't lose your home! Here is some guidance for residents of South Carolina on default and foreclosure prevention.

Health Care

The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) gives workers and their families who lose their health benefits the right to choose to continue group health benefits.

Healthy Connections Plans for Children Under Age 19 is a health insurance program for uninsured children.

Job Search

South Carolina Virtual One Stop offers valuable employment and training resources to help you with your job hunt.

Find your local American Job Center . Get job search help, locate workforce services in your area, access career information and more.

Training and Education

Career Training You may qualify for employment and training services.

Career Information

South Carolina Commerce  is the official source for labor market information for the State of South Carolina. Explore and compare occupations and find wage and occupation information to help you make informed decisions.

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