Please note that all referrals must meet the HUD definition of literally homeless: exiting an institution where (s)he has resided for 90 days or less and who resided in an emergency shelter or place not meant for human habitation immediately before entering that institution.

Clients referred to One80 Place from hospitals and/or other services providers must meet all criteria listed on the Discharge Checklist. There are several medical conditions that are not appropriate for discharge to One80 Place and as a result, patients will not be accepted for admission.

These conditions include but are not limited to:

  • Complicated Dressing Changes

  • Total Parenteral Nutrition (Feeding Tube)

  • Colostomy, Ileostomy and Ureterostomy Bags

  • Deep Vein Thrombosis- requiring injections

  • Individuals with ongoing complex conditions that require regular medical monitoring

  • One 80 Place does not accommodate any home health services to include Home Health Nursing, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, or Hospice Services

  • Anyone requiring the use of CPAP/BIPAP machines

  • Anyone requiring the use of oxygen

  • Catheters

  • Permanent Tracheotomy Tubes

  • Open-wounds

  • Major Incisions

If a patient has any of the conditions listed above, do NOT continue the discharge referral. The patient is medically inappropriate to stay One80 Place.  

* As a recipient of federal funding, One80 Place is prohibited from assisting with the discharge of a person from an established system of care that will immediately result in homelessness – residing in the homeless shelter. Systems of care include, but are not limited to, hospitals, prisons, jails, substance abuse treatment centers, foster care, and mental health facilities.

  1. Send a medical referral to include recent progress notes, history and meds to the One80 place nurse via fax at 843-576-0165. The nurse will review the referral then contact the you directly to notify you if the person is able to come to the shelter.

  2. Have the patient sign the Information Sharing Agreement authorizing communication between the Lowcountry CoC and the institution.

  3. Fill out the form below once you have received confirmation that the patient in appropriate for shelter.

  4. Once someone is added to the list, a weekly check-in is required. That can be completed by calling 843-737-8357 or emailing Kathy at

Patient Name *
Patient Name
What was the date this person's current episode of homelessness started? *
What was the date this person's current episode of homelessness started?
Signed Information Sharing Agreement upload
NOTE: Please re-name the all files to include client name and date of completion. Ex:john-smith-2019.01.17.pdf
If you do not give us correct contact info to get in touch with you, the patient will not be able to be added to the shelter list.