South Carolina Resources

mental health resources

Federation of Families of South Carolina Resources

Click on the name of the organization to go to their website. These organizations are well regarded and offer information concerning mental health for children and their families. 

This list is provided as a resource, not a provider recommendation. Make sure to ask questions and seek references. If you need help with this contact staff at the Federation of Families of SC at 866-779-0402 or e-mail

The Benefits Bank of South Carolina – Giving South Carolina residents more access to needed resources through service, collaboration, and innovation.

Care Line – South Carolina’s Helpline for Women and Their Families

South Carolina Respite Coalition – South Carolina’s Lifespan Respite Care Project

Protection and Advocacy for People with Disabilities – Advancing Disability Rights in South Carolina Since 1977

Camp Burnt Gin – A Summer Camp for Special Children

PASOS – Empowering Latina women to gain access to resources and have healthy families, one PASO at a time.

Florence Crittenton Programs of SC – Healthy Babies. Responsible Mothers.

BabyNet – South Carolina’s Early Intervention System

PRO-Parents – Parents Reaching Out to Parents of South Carolina, Inc.

Continuum of Care -Serving South Carolina’s children with the most severe emotional and behavioral health diagnoses

Department of Disabilities and Special Needs (DDSN) -State agency that plans, develops, coordinates and funds services for South Carolinians with severe, lifelong disabilities.

Department of Health and Human Services -South Carolina’s Medicaid Services

Department of  Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services (DAODAS)

Family Connections – To strengthen and encourage families of children with special healthcare needs through parent support.

National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) – The Nation’s Voice on Mental Illness

South Carolina Legal Services – Balancing the Scales of Justice

New Hope Treatment Centers – New Hope Treatment Centers, nationally recognized for behavioral healthcare, provides comprehensive residential and community-based services to children.

Specialized Alternatives for Family and Youth (SAFY)

South Carolina Drug Card – The South Carolina Drug Card program is absolutely FREE. We provide this service to any and all South Carolina residents that wish to save on their prescription prices. There are no premiums or deductibles associated with this program whatsoever. Printable cards are available free of charge from our website.

SC Autism Society – Together we can solve this puzzle.

SC Foster Parents Association

Department of Mental Health  – To support the recovery of people with mental illnesses.

South Carolina Early Autism Project (SCEAP)

South Carolina Injury Cord Association – Positive Partnerships. Practical Perspectives.

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