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South Carolina House Bill 3365 –Supports Identification and Referral for students in need of Mental Health Counseling. To follow and support this bill use the following link. If you need help to identify your Senator to make comments on this … Continue reading
The Federation of Families of South Carolina is the Statewide Family Network for SC. Through this project we are able to provide information, training and support to families of children and youth with emotional, behavioral or mental health and substance … Continue reading
We wanted to let you know about the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry’s (AACAP) current Call to Action for Children’s Mental Health. Please see below for a summary and link to their petition. From American Academy of Child … Continue reading