(WSPA) – As the coronavirus pandemic continues, many people have reached out about who to contact for more information on things such as filing for unemployment, business resources, and free school meal information.
Below you’ll find a list we’ve compiled of helpful contact information:
Vaccine Sign-up Links
- Prisma Health — Vaccine appointments can be made through the MyChart portal. You can access your account, or create a new one here.
- Bon Secours St. Francis — Vaccine appointments can be made through the system’s vaccine hotline: 866-624-0366.
- Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System — Vaccine appointments can be made online. You can sign up for an appointment here.
- AnMed Health — Vaccine appointments can be made through the MyChart portal or through the system’s vaccine hotline: 864-512-2897. You can access your account, or create a new one here.
DHEC Free Mobile Testing Clinics
- DHEC list of mobile testing clinics
- All of the mobile and popup testing clinics are free.
COVID-19 vaccine resources
- Vaccination clinic location map
- SC DHEC’s Care Line: 1-855-472-3432. The Care Line can’t schedule an appointment but can give you phone numbers for locations you can call to make an appointment.
- Prisma Health: Fill out this vaccine request form or call 833-2PRISMA (833-277-4762). Note that each person must have their own email. You can not register more than one person with the same email.
- Doctor’s Care: Click here to fill out a form to make an appointment at a location with availability.
Pandemic Crisis Services Response Coalition
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
South Carolina Emergency Management Division
Child Care Vouchers for Essential Workers
- As part of the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security) child care assistance may be available for parents who are considered essential employees during the COVID-19 Pandemic. In order to qualify, you must be an essential worker, you must need child care so you may continue to report to work, and you must complete a child care application. For the purposes of this child care assistance program, the term “essential services” or “essential staff” is not a matter of which businesses are allowed to remain open or not. This assistance is for workers who are essential with respect to the actual COVID-19 emergency and response. In other words, those engaged in providing essential services (health care workers, first responders, commercial transport, critical state government operations); individuals involved in making sure the public has access to critical services (food, water, gas, utilities, sanitation, medical, child care); and critical infrastructure operations (communications, child care, national guard mobilization, transportation).
- To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Provide your name and contact info. Please place “Essential Employee Child Care Request” in the subject line.
Economic Impact payments
- 803.737.2400 – best resources are online though
Prisma Health Virtual Visit
- https://www.prismahealth.org/virtual-visit/ – promo code: COVID19
Business resources including non-essential closure list, clarification, and small business loan information
School closure, e-learning, and free school meal information
South Carolina Department of Revenue
How to report price gouging in SC
Professional licensure and regulation updates
COVID-19 Resources specific to senior citizens
Governor McMaster’s Executive Orders
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
Georgia Department of Public Health
Coronavirus information from The White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and FEMA
Duke Energy COVID-19 Updates
Drug and alcohol abuse information, including online recovery resources
National Suicide Hotline
- 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Coronavirus on our website, WSPA.COM
Need help? List of hotline numbers and web links on WSPA.com