Access Network Inc.Access Network Inc. Contact: Gwen Bampfield
Case management, counseling, education and prevention services to people affected by homelessness, substance abuse or HIV/AIDS.
Geographical Area Served: Beaufort, Jasper, Colleton, Hampton counties
5710 North Okatie Hwy, Ste B Ridgeland SC 29936
Agape Family Life CenterAgape Family Life Center Contact: Sandra Baldwin
Food bank, clothing, GED classes, life skills, after school programs, summer camp, exercise classes, facility rentals.
Geographical Area Served: Primarily Jasper county; any county for GED classes
5855 South Okatie Hwy Hardeeville SC 29927
Beaufort County Alcohol and Drug Abuse DeptBeaufort County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Dept Contact: Bud Boyne/ Barbara Ray
Counseling; referral; prevention; structured groups, individual counseling; school intervention program; intensive outpatient program; adolescent counseling.
Geographical Area Served: Beaufort county
Myrtle Park Professional Center 4819 Bluffton pkwy., Suite 303 Bluffton SC 29910
1905 Duke Street Suite 270 PO Box 311 Beaufort SC 29901
Child Abuse Prevention Association (CAPA)Child Abuse Prevention Association (CAPA) Contact: Christina Wilson
CAPA exists to break the destructive cycle of child abuse and neglect by equipping parents, children and their caregivers with necessary knowledge, skills and values.
CAPA provides school-based safety and character development education programs for children in elementary and middle schools. Using class discussion, role-play, videos and handouts, the children learn about child abuse and personal safety, how to communicate their feelings, and how to get along with others. Contact April Fletcher-Clark firstname.lastname@example.org
CAPA offers adolescent pregnancy prevention programs to youth in many settings including youth groups, schools, teen centers, community groups, and after-school programs. Contact April Fletcher-Clark email@example.com
Parenting programs are available to all members of the community who care for children whether they be parents, grandparents, foster parents, or caregivers. The Positive Parenting Program, also known as Triple P, is a science-based approach to parenting that has been used for over 25 years. Participants receive workbooks and take part in activities and role-playing opportunities to increase their knowledge of positive parenting. The class meets weekly and a full session is eight classes. There is a $25 per session. CAPA’s parent support group, affectionately named PS We Love You, meets every other week and is a safe place where parents can discuss their feelings and frustrations while fellowshipping with others. A modified version is offered in the Beaufort County Detention Center. After release, parents are encouraged to complete the full program. Contact April Fletcher-Clark firstname.lastname@example.org
Safe Sleep Education is offered to community members to reduce the number of babies dying accidentally because of unsafe sleep practices. The program educates parents and caregivers on the importance of safe sleep practices and can provide cribs to families who cannot otherwise afford a secure place for their babies to sleep. Contact Charmian Hedrick email@example.com
CAPA operates a shelter for abused and neglected children. The Open Arms Shelter provides protective housing and a nurturing environment for children removed from their homes. The shelter is open 24 hours a day, 365 days per year and serves children from birth to age 21. Placements are made through the Department of Social Services. Contact Tina Kuhn firstname.lastname@example.org
CAPA’s Closet thrift shop accepts donations from community members who in turn receive a tax deduction. Donated items are sold at very reasonable prices and all proceeds benefit the shelter and other CAPA programming. CAPA’s Closet is open Monday-Friday from 10 am – 5:30 pm and on Saturday from 10 am -3 pm. Contact Barbara at 843.524.0281 email@example.com
To volunteer, please contact Britt Sanders firstname.lastname@example.org
Geographical Area Served: Parenting classes, parent support group, adolescent pregnancy prevention and school-based education are offered in Beaufort County only. Safe Sleep Education and mandated reporter serve Beaufort and Jasper Counties. The Open Arms Shelter serves from Beaufort, Jasper, Colleton, Allendale, and Hampton Counties.
Physical Address 714 14th Street Port Royal SC 29935
Coastal Empire Community Mental Health Center Emergency After HoursCoastal Empire Community Mental Health Center Emergency After Hours
24 Hour Crisis Line
Collaborative Organization of Services for Youth (COSY)Collaborative Organization of Services for Youth (COSY) Contact: Paula Settles
Theraputic treatment plan coordination for youth service agencies.
Geographical Area Served: Beaufort County
801 Carteret St., Suite 118 PO Drawer 1228 Beaufort SC 29901
Covenant Counseling Center of SCCovenant Counseling Center of SC Contact: Michelle Jones
Counseling provided for children (5 and up), adolescents, and adults. Pre-marital couples and family therapy available. Offers pre-trial and group therapy sessions. Most insurances and employee assistance EAP benefits, are accepted. Financial assistance may be available to those who qualify. Accepts advicare. Counseling takes place at Colleton Baptist Association.
Area served: Colleton county
Office 1851 Blanch Rd Summerville SC 29483
Colleton Baptist Association 141 Wildwood Dr Walterboro SC 29488
Epworth Children’s HomeEpworth Children’s Home Contact: Rev John F. Holler
Group residential child care; parent and family training.
Area Served: South Carolina
Areas Served: State of South Carolina
2900 Milwood Avenue PO Box 50466 Columbia SC 29250
Family Services, Inc.Family Services, Inc. Contact: David Greer
Provides financial management/protection of assets (most are appointed through probate court); manages day-to-day financial obligations for individuals who are on a fixed income; promotes home ownership for low and moderate income housing, which includes first time homebuyers workshops, credit analysis, reverse mortgage counseling, and default counseling; behavioral health services and Employee Assistance Programs. Serves: State of South Carolina.
4925 Lacross Road Ste. 215 North Charleston SC 29406
Federation of Families of SCFederation of Families of SC Contact: Diane Flashnick, Phoebe Malloy
The Federation of Families of South Carolina is a voice for Children’s Mental Health in SC.
We have outreach coordinators who work one on one with families of children with emotional, behavioral and mental health challenges as well as substance use issues. We assist families by helping to identify resources, provide training and one on one consultation to help them find help. We also sponsor family support networks in many areas of the state where parents meet and share information as well as support each other and educate the community by providing information on children’s mental health and substance abuse.
Geographical Area Served: State of SC
810 Dutch Square Blvd., Suite 205 Columbia SC 29210