Programs & Services

South Carolina Programs & Services

Root & Rebound’s South Carolina team advocates for the rights of people who have been harmed and marginalized by mass incarceration, seeking to increase access to justice and opportunity for people with records across South Carolina.

Contact us at: (864) 546-5089
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 556
Greenville, SC 29602

Physical Address:
Root & Rebound @Soteria Community Development Corporation
210 Shaw Street
Greenville, SC 29609

South Carolina

Overview of SC Programs

Learn about how to contact R&R’s SC team, the issues we can provide support with, and more.

South Carolina

Legal Clinics & Trainings

Learn about R&R’s community legal clinics, trainings and workshops, held statewide across South Carolina.

South Carolina

SC Reentry Email Hotline

R&R supports South Carolinians impacted by the justice system through R&R’s free reentry email hotline.

California Programs & Services


In-Prison Programs

R&R provides reentry preparation courses led by directly impacted experts and reentry lawyers inside prison and jail.


Reentry Legal Hotline

Call R&R’s reentry hotline any Friday from 9am-3pm PT at 510-279-4662 for free legal advice on your rights with an arrest or conviction record.


Legal Clinics & Trainings

Learn about R&R’s community legal clinics, trainings and workshops, held statewide across California.

National Resources

We create both state-based and nationally applicable know-your–rights resources with legal and practical information to support people impacted by the criminal legal system and the advocates who support them.

First Step to Second Chances

This national guide has know-your-rights information for people leaving prison – including getting ID, housing, transportation, employment, a directory of reentry services, and more!

Tribal Reentry Advocacy Guide

We worked in partnership with the Yurok Tribal Court to offer this guide as a starting point for legal practitioners, tribes and tribal governments, philanthropists, and community-based organizations seeking to expand access to justice in indigenous communities across the United States.

Fair Chance Housing Toolkit

Every person deserves a safe, affordable place to live. Learn more about the housing rights of people with records in this national Fair Chance Housing toolkit.

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