Welcome to Channel The Beacon, Inc.
A Not For Profit Organization Serving Persons with Disabilities and Special Needs
6650 Rivers Avenue, Suite 1408, Charleston SC 29406
Main: (843) 576-1408
Toll Free: (855) 238-2228
Fax: (843) 278-9275
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Mondays - Fridays from 9am-5pm
"Service Coordinators are beacons who merely shine a little light on the path to an individual's full potential."
Johnette S. Simmons, DHA, CCM
"Empowering You to Embrace Life"
Channel The Beacon is a 501 c 3 non-profit disability care coordination organization providing supportive and social services to children and adults living with disabilities and special needs. These services ensure individual autonomy and access to community resources. Our clinical care coordinators are committed to organizing your medical and non medical services, community-based long term care needs and addressing your immediate targeted case management needs!
The following types of supportive services are coordinated: routine and preventative medical services, dental care, behavioral health, home and community based waiver services, day activity, rehabilitative therapies, environmental modifications, vehicle modifications, life coaching, peer to peer mentoring, financial supports, personal care, attendant care, respite, employment supports, affordable housing, and supervised residential supports.
Diagnostic eligibility criteria and special needs populations served: Intellectual Disability, Developmental Disability, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, Serious and Persistent Mental Illness, Elderly Citizens (65+ y/o), At-Risk Children, and Disabled Veterans.
Currently serving Coastal and Eastern South Carolina (Charleston, Berkeley, Dorchester, Orangeburg, Calhoun, Lexington, Richland, Colleton, and Bamberg counties).
Referrals accepted from service provider agencies, medical practices, doctor offices, clinics, public housing authorities, social service agencies, governmental agencies, schools, and other organizations serving individuals living with disabilities. A care coordinator will contact applicants to determine eligibility for services. Eligible applicants will receive an appointment to begin the service process.
Payment is expected at time of service. Service recipients with insurances must pay the co-payment or co-insurance amount as required by their insurance company. Service recipients without health care coverage AND whose annualized household income meet criteria for federal poverty guidelines (i.e. 1-person; at or below $11,720) may apply for a service waiver through Light House Relief Funds to cover the cost of some or all services provided.
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