Basic Organization Information
PENDLETON PLACE INC
- Also Known As:
Pendleton Place for Children and Families
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P Human Services
P30 Children's and Youth Services
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South Carolina Department of Social Services
Gifts from community members and businesses
United Way of Greenville County
This organization has not provided a mission statement.
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Level 1 Group Care
- Population Served:
Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)
Pendleton Place Children's Shelter is a place of safety and comfort for children who have been hurt by abuse, neglect, or abandonment.Since our founding in 1975 by the Junior League of Greenville, Pendleton Place has been filling an important need in the Upstate community by providing a safe, comforting home for children and youth who have been removed from their homes by the Department of Social Services.
We provide food, clothing, warm beds, nurturing care, mental health assesments and counseling, on-site medical care, case management services, educational support, life skills lessons, civic engagement opportunities, and more to help hurting children begin the healing process and begin to develop new opportunities for success.
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Impact Summary from the Nonprofit
Children come to Pendleton Place at all hours of the day and night, 365 days a year. They are often hungry, dirty, sick, or have injuries that require medical treatment. All are emotionally traumatized and in need of special attention to make them feel safe again. Much more than a roof over their heads, Pendleton Place provides the structure, support, and professional guidance these children so desperately need to begin the healing process. In 2011, Pendleton Place provided residential services to 168 children and youth in Upstate South Carolina.