Homelessness is not a crime. It is a community concern. There are vulnerable citizens in Greenville who need help.
Keep your Change to Be the Change
The City of Greenville is partnering with United Housing Connections to offer a better way to help panhandlers.
Offering money to someone asking for help can keep that person trapped in the cycle of homelessness.
The Keep Your Change to Be the Change program is designed to funnel your generosity to organizations that can make a wide impact on the community.
There are signs with QR codes around the City's downtown and parks to make donating easy.
United Housing Connections connects people experiencing homelessness with safe, sustainable housing and support services. By donating, you’re helping provide our community outreach teams with the funds they need to bring stability and lasting change to the lives of those living on our streets.
- Phoenix Center
1400 Cleveland Street, Greenville
864-467-3790, 864-467-3770 (detox)
Outpatient Group: Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-9 p.m., Friday 9 a.m.-Noon, Saturday 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. (ADSAP PRI Only)
- Favor Greenville Center
Individual and family support, recovery meetings
- Serenity Village (Women Only)
6 Dunean St, Greenville