May 25, 2018

South Carolina fatherhood program strengthening relationships between fathers and children

A Father’s Place, which is a program of the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families, is working with a shelter in Myrtle Beach to help men served by the shelter reconnect with their children. WBTW News13 spotlighted the partnership with New Directions and the work A Father’s Place is doing in Myrtle Beach. [More]
May 4, 2018

South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families highlights successes and outcomes in new 2017 impact report

Last year, 7,525 children were positively impacted by the fatherhood programs of the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families. The center has released its 2017 Impact Report, which highlights continued expansion of services and advancement of the center’s mission to provide the means for fathers to become great dads. [More]
May 1, 2018

24-hour online giving events happening now to benefit Healthy Learners

Healthy Learners is participating in two 24-hour online giving events that are happening today (May 1). Palmetto Giving Day supports 54 nonprofit organizations working in Georgetown County, South Carolina. Also today is Midlands Gives. In addition to receiving the money donated, every gift made through MidlandsGives.org until midnight helps the chances of Healthy Learners winning prizes given throughout the day ranging from $500 to $5,000. [More]
April 25, 2018

Joseph’s Journey: New behavioral health director elevates the level of integrated care at Joseph’s Home

Joseph’s Home recently hired a new behavioral health director, Michael Biscaro, PsyD, to ensure each resident’s whole health needs are addressed. Read the complete Joseph's Journey newsletter for additional news, upcoming events, stories of how Joseph’s Home carries out its mission, and more. [More]
April 11, 2018

Early Childhood Resource Center focuses on the power of coaching

Coaching is a powerful way to teach educators and parents alike, which is why the Early Childhood Resources Center focuses on a number of coaching techniques. The latest issue of the ECRC Community Chronicle newsletter highlights the many ways the center uses coaching to teach parents and educators [More]
April 4, 2018

Healthy Insights from Healthy Learners: Healthy Learners students share their success stories

In 25 years, Healthy Learners has provided more than 59,000 vision, dental, medication and other health related services to more than 12,600 individual students across South Carolina on its mission for healthy children, better students and thriving communities. The latest issue of the Healthy Insights from Healthy Learners newsletter shares the story of four of those students who Healthy Learners helped remove their health barriers to learning. [More]
March 30, 2018

High School students donate 1,786 books to the Early Childhood Resource Center

High school students from three school districts in the Canton, Ohio, area held book drives throughout February, collecting books to donate to the Early Childhood Resource Center. Students delivered the books on March 14 to the center. [More]
March 28, 2018

South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families premiers “Facing Early Fatherhood” documentary across South Carolina

The South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families produced the documentary, “Facing Early Fatherhood,” which has been shown at multiple locations across South Carolina. The documentary most recently premiered in Spartanburg in conjunction with the Upstate Fatherhood Coalition, which is a program of the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families. [More]
March 15, 2018

Early Childhood Resource Center launches school readiness symposium

The Early Childhood Resource Center helped organize the inaugural Early Childhood Advantage Conference on March 9 in Stark County to focus on school readiness, with almost 500 educators, experts and community leaders attending. [More]
March 15, 2018

Father Focus: South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families helps a dad get a job and raise his children

Zachary Walker was court ordered to participate in the Midlands Fatherhood Coalition (MFC) program. He had custody of his oldest two daughters, but the mother of his son and younger daughter denied him visitation because he wasn’t paying child support. With help from the program, he obtained a job, was able to buy a house and receive increased visitation. [More]

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