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We have trained several persons across the state to serve as Family Support Network (FSN) facilitators. These persons are volunteers and have committed to providing support to families in their community. Some facilitators have regularly scheduled meetings and coordinate family outings. … Continue reading
Help raise awareness for children’s mental health and reduce stigma! Participate in the Youth MOVE SC Children’s Mental Health Awareness call for youth art work. Share your interpretation of what it means to bring mental health out of the shadows, … Continue reading
Children’s Mental Health Awareness Fair, May 11, 10am-2pm at Finlay Park in Downtown Columbia, vendor application and program advertising deadline extended to April 16. Click here for more infomation.