Yearly on November 01, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
We are here to help you! Regardless of your situation or how you found yourself in need. Let us help you. Our office is open every Monday and Thursday 9am-1pm, except holidays. If you have any questions, email
Christian Assistance Bridge service area includes:
- 29016 Zipcode (Blythewood)
- 29130 Zipcode (Ridgeway)
- 29229 Zipcode (Northeast Richland County)
Types of emergency assistance available to qualified clients:
- Your utilities are cut-off or scheduled to be turned off
- You have transportation issues.
- You have received an eviction notice from your landlord or bank
- You need help paying for your prescriptions.
- You need help paying for your moving expenses
How We Can Help
- Receive a box of food
- Receive Financial Help
- Sign up for Benefit Bank
- Sign up and Site Location for Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)
What is Benefit Bank?
CAB is a BENEFIT BANK site where low income South Carolina residents (from any zip code) can apply for a variety of benefits from multiple agencies via one application process. Plan to spend about an hour with one of our specially trained volunteers to complete the Benefit Bank application process.
In one interview, clients can complete applications for:
Medicaid (including the Children's Health Insurance Program – CHIP)
Low Income Subsidy (LIS) (Rx Assistance)
State and Federal taxes (refunds returned within 10 days or less)
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program SNAP – formerly food stamps
Lifeline (assistance with home phones)
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Military and Veteran's Benefits
Welvista (prescription assistance)
What is a Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)?
CAB is a COMMODITY SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM (CSFP) application and distribution site. CSFP is a USDA program for low income seniors age 60 and above. Those who meet the financial qualifications and are approved receive a package of nutritious food and cheese to pick up at CAB once each month. See USDA Disclaimer