Christian program for young men, ages 16-19
Free Christian residential program for pregnant teens.
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Emergency safe house, sexual assault program, counseling services for the abuser.
Multi-service agency whose services include individual and family counseling, adolescent pregnancy prevention, and family life enrichment workshops for Fairfield, Lexington, Newberry, Richland, Sumter, Florence, and York Counties.
Improvisational theatre troupe consisting of high-school students that performs throughout Spartanburg County and South Carolina, and addresses social issues to youth and adults.
Free residential program for young men and women, ages 16-24, that empowers youth to take responsibility for their employability through the integration of vocational skills and academic achievement.
Services for individuals and families in York County.
Resource guide to Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester Counties.
Child and family service agency that provides family counseling and residential youth programs.
Support and training to families accessing special education services for their children with disabilities.
Free academic, life skills, and vocational program offered by the National Guard to youth, ages 16-18, who have dropped out of school, are free of illegal drugs, and who wish to make a positive change in their lives.
An Episcopal church home and residential treatment facility for children, ages 6-12, with serious emotional problems.
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Prevents domestic violence through education and care for individuals and families of Beaufort, Colleton, Jasper and Hampton counties. Visit Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Sexual.
Through support networks, educational materials, publications, conferences, workshops and other activities, the Federation provides many avenues of support for families of children with emotional, behavioral or psychiatric disorders. Visit Teen Behavior Problems and Behavioral Disorders.
The association serves parents, professionals, and adults with learning disabilities. Visit Learning Disabilities.
Promotes mental health and prevents mental disorders through education, advocacy, research, and support.
Support, education, and advocacy for families and friends of people with serious mental illness, and for persons with serious mental illness.
Free or low-cost health insurance for children, age 18 and younger. Visit Family Health.
Dedicated to the prevention of abuse and neglect of children in South Carolina. Visit Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Sexual.
Provides information and training about education to families of children with all types of disabilities and to professionals. Visit Special Education.
Information and referral, legal representation, education and outreach for people with disabilities in South Carolina. Visit Special Education.
Advocacy, education, and social reform. Visit Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Sexual, Neglect.
Self-help consumer organization. Visit Self-Help and Support Groups.
Education and advocacy for all victims of crime and those who serve them. Visit Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Sexual, Neglect.
SC state agency that serves persons with mental retardation, autism, head and spinal cord injury and conditions related to each of these four disabilities. Visit Asperger Syndrome.
Prevents violence through through education, community organizing, development, and revitalization. Visit Teen Violence.
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Child Abuse Hotline
Domestic Violence/Abuse Hotline
National Suicide Hotline
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1-800-273-1820 24 Hour
South Carolina AIDS Hotline
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Blauner, a survivor of multiple suicide attempts, offers guidance and hope for those contemplating ending their lives ó and for their loved ones. She eloquently describes the feelings and fantasies surrounding suicide, and in a direct, nonjudgmental and loving voice, offers affirmations and suggestions to those experiencing life-ending thoughts, and to their friends and family. Here is an essential resource destined to be the classic guide on the subject of suicide. A portion of the book's proceeds will go to the National Hopeline Network/National Suicide Hotline (1-800-SUICIDE).
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