THE SAMARITAN HOUSE (TSH)
OF ORANGEBURG COUNTY, INC.
The Samaritan House (TSH) of Orangeburg County, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity registered in the state of South Carolina. TSH was organized in 2001 in response to the great need in the Orangeburg area, as was evident by the use of a now-defunct “shelter” that existed under deplorable conditions. Under the leadership of Ginger Jernigan, a group of community leaders saw the need and began serving the homeless in 2002. Since its inception, the organization's purpose has been to provide temporary housing, daily meals, and stabilization services to homeless adult men, women, and their children.
We offer a range of services including but not limited to: Personal and Professional Development, Educational Assistance, Workforce Development, Mental Health Assistance, Substance Abuse Assistance, Counseling, Housing Assistance Services, Health Care Services, Financial Literacy , Mentoring, Spiritual Enrichment
HOW YOU CAN HELP
The Samaritan House of Orangeburg County, Inc. could not exist without the support of individuals, churches, businesses, civic organizations, local government, and dedicated people who believe in and want to help the homeless. All contributions are welcomed and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Get to Know Us
The Samaritan House of Orangeburg County, Inc. is operated by an Executive Director and Board of Directors. The Board comprises 15 concerned citizens and 1 Samaritan House resident who volunteer their time without compensation and are dedicated to the shelter's continued growth and success.