October 7, 2014

Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) Statement

With the confirmed diagnosis of Ebola in a patient in Texas who recently traveled from Liberia, the disease has been in the news a lot lately. While it is still a rare disease, Ebola is a severe, often fatal disease in humans. That is why our hospitals are taking proactive precautions to protect patients and caregivers in our facilities from this disease. [More]
September 26, 2014

South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families speaks to state lawmakers about expungement of criminal records

How far should the state of South Carolina go to give accused criminals a second chance? About 30 percent of state residents have a criminal record of some sort, according to Chelsea Clark, a law clerk with the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families who spoke to a subcommittee of state lawmakers in late August about expungement of criminal records. [More]
September 24, 2014

Healthy Learners holds community meeting and listening session

Healthy Learners recently hosted a community meeting in Greenwood, South Carolina, to discuss the sustainability of the Healthy Learners Greenwood program and to share the direct impact of the program. [More]
September 19, 2014

Providence Hospitals Biomedical Services Department profiled in TechNation magazine

To keep nearly 5,500 pieces of advanced medical equipment at several locations maintained and operating at peak performance, Providence Hospitals relies on a team of six employees in its biomedical services department. TechNation magazine profiled the department in its September issue. [More]
September 5, 2014

Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina launches Kinship Care Initiative

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina has launched a Kinship Care Initiative to support the growing number of relatives in South Carolina raising a loved one’s child that are not part of the state’s foster care system. [More]
July 29, 2014

Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina releases research brief on migrant and seasonal farmworkers

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina recently released a research brief on migrant and seasonal farmworkers in South Carolina, identifying the contributions and challenges the groups face as they support South Carolina's multi-billion dollar agribusiness section and economy. [More]
July 16, 2014

South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families celebrates grand opening of new location

The South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new fatherhood program in Aiken, South Carolina. The office is part of the Midlands Fatherhood Coalition. [More]
July 9, 2014

Light of Hearts Villa and Healthy Learners launch new websites

Light of Hearts Villa (www.lightofheartsvilla.org) and Healthy Learners (www.healthylearners.com) recently re-launched their respective websites. Both new sites offer improved functionality and navigation, as well as new content. [More]
July 8, 2014

South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families to participate in child support study

The South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families will be part of a multi-year study with the South Carolina Department of Social Services (DSS) that could revolutionize the way child support is handled across the country. [More]
July 2, 2014

Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina establishes Immigrant Families Initiative

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina recently launched its Immigrant Families Initiative to help enhance individual and family well-being for South Carolina’s growing immigrant population. [More]

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