Silent Auction Just in Time for the Holidays!


Check out our Silent Auction on Ebay!! Here are some links to the items we have, be sure to place your bid by 12/12/14 to allow us time to ship the items. There are more items to come so be sure to search for us by seller: fedfamsc and follow us on Ebay! Let the bidding begin! Thank you for supporting Children’s Mental Health!!

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SAVE the DATE: Parent Support Provider Training!

The Federation of Families will offer its first Parent Support Provider (PSP) training of the NEW YEAR from January 23-25th in the Columbia area. Mark your calendars now and plan to join us on Friday; the training will conclude on Sunday afternoon.

PSP training is designed for those who have “lived experience” actively involved in raising a child, youth, or emerging adult, with  emotional, developmental, behavioral, substance abuse or mental health challenges and concerns. The goal of the training is to equip family members with the skills needed to assist other families who can benefit from their “lived experience”. Families benefit from support and assistance from other parents/caregivers with “lived experience” who have navigated various systems in working with their own family.

There is also the possibility of employment because many child and family serving systems are realizing the benefits of  partnering with Parent Support Providers  to improve services and outcomes for families.

So, Save the Date!  More details will be provided soon.

If you have had the training, please share this information with others who might be interested.


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Giving Tuesday!!

FFSC helps youth and their families year round! When checking your holiday gift list, please think about making a donation to help expand our resources & support to families and youth in South Carolina. You can send your tax deductible gift through Paypal or by check to FFSC, 810 Dutch Square Blvd., Suite 205, Columbia, SC 29210!

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