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Angel Food Ministries- Angel Food Ministries is a non-profit, non-denominational organization dedicated to providing food relief and financial support to communities throughout the United States. 

There are no qualifications, minimums, income restrictions, or applications. Everyone is encouraged to participate.  Some churches even encourage participants to apply the money they saved to help someone else in need. Angel Food is available in a quantity that can fit into a medium-sized box at $30 per unit. Each month’s menu is different than the previous month and consists of both fresh and frozen items with an average retail value of approximately $60

http://www.angelfoodministries.com/

SCOPE SC – is a state funded program for people who do not have health insurance. The programs helps people have colon cancer tests, called colonoscopies. The programs wants to make it easy to have colon cancer tests and reduce the number of people who die from colon cancer in South Carolina each year.

For more information contact a clinic near you:

Eau Claire Health Center

Serving Lexington, Newberry & Fairfield Counties                        803-733-5969 ext.4162

Family Health Center (Orangeburg County)

Serving Orangeburg, Bamberg & Calhoun counties                        803-531-6900

Health Care Partners SC (Horry & Marion County) –

Serving Horry, Marion & Florence counties 843-248-4700 ext. 5355

New Horizons Family Health Services (Greenville County) –

Serving Greenville & Spartanburg counties                                     64-751-3200

For general questions about colon cancer call: 1-800-227-2345

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