Red Cross shelters in South Carolina


NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WSAV) – The American Red Cross and its partners are helping with families returning home after evacuating for Hurricane Matthew. More than 20 shelters across the state have been opened to help those displaced during the storm.

“In the aftermath of the hurricane, there are areas still without power and roads threatened by floods,” said Louise Welch Williams, CEO for the Palmetto SC Region of the Red Cross. “We are working with the entire response community to make sure everyone safely gets the help they need.”

Berkeley Cane Bay High School

(Pet Shelter)

1624 State Rd Carnes Crossroads
Charleston Al Cannon Detention Center 3841 Leeds Ave. North Charleston
Colleton Colleton Middle School 1739 Mighty Cougar Walterboro
Georgetown Andrews Elementary School 13072 County Line Rd Andrews
Hampton Hampton Elementary School 505 Hoover Hampton
Williamsburg Kingstree Rec Center 375 Nelson Blvd. Kingstree
  Hemingway High School 401 S. Main St. Hemingway
Beaufort Battery Creek HS 1 Blue Dolphin DR Beaufort
  Bluffton HS 12 H.E. McCracken Cir Bluffton
Horry Beach Church 557 George Bishop Pkwy Myrtle Beach
Florence South Florence HS 3200 Irby Street Florence
  Lake City HS 652 N. Matthews Road Lake City
  Wilson Middle School 1411 East Old Marion Florence
Dillon Dillon Middle School 1803 Joan Drive Dillon
Darlington Darlington Middle School 150 Pinedale Road Darlington
Marion Marion HS 1205 South Main Street Marion
  Palmetto Middle School 127 Northside Avenue Mullins


Marlboro Marlboro HS 951 Fayetteville Ave Bennettsville


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