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Who we are

At UCP of South Carolina, our mission and vision are centered around supporting adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) live a Life Without Limits. A Life Without Limits means removing barriers that once would impair a person with IDD from doing day-to-day tasks, living life, and setting goals. We support people with a wide range of diagnoses that fall under the broad umbrella of IDD.

Who do we hire?

UCP of South Carolina hires people who care deeply about what they do. The UCP of South Carolina staff not only support adults with disabilities physically, but they are also emotionally and mentally invested in seeing them succeed. They are innovative thinkers, strategic problem solvers and most of all, caring members of the community.

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Read more about each of the teams that keep UCP of Georgia a well-oiled machine!


The backbone of all UCP support. Assist in the day-to-day support of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities involved in our day programs and/or community living programs. Roles and positions include Direct Support Professionals, Community Living Managers, and Day Program Managers!

Program Support

The strategic thinkers. Assist in the training, oversight and medical needs of our programs. Roles and positions include Nurse Case Managers, Behavior Specialists, and Registered Nurses.


The change agents that keep the wheels turning. Assist in reporting, record keeping, accreditation and employee support. Roles and positions include IT, Donor Relations, Finance, Admin, and HR.

Our vision

UCP of South Carolina’s vision is to create a community in which every person, regardless of ability, is able to participate as an equal citizen.


To realize this vision, UCP of South Carolina offers supports designed to help people maximize their potential and achieve independent, productive and rewarding lives.


UCP services are individualized and family-focused, placing emphasis on each person’s abilities rather than their intellectual and developmental disabilities. Supports are customized to enhance each person’s potential for personal growth, and provide continuing opportunities to make personal life choices.


UCP believes that every person, regardless of their unique abilities or any type of challenge, has the desire and ability to attain a life well-lived in an inclusive and supportive community.

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