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February 2020

STORYTELLING

February 28 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
1547 Parkway, 1547 Parkway
Greenwood, SC 29646 United States
Free

This is a unique approach for us to share our stories to each other through music, poetry and/or art. Storytelling is a unique approach for us to share our stories giving experience, hope and strength to each other through music, poetry and art. This will be a non-judgmental environment & creative outlet for young adults age 12 - 25. Each individual will have a chance to share and express their feelings in a comfortable way. For more information, please contact…

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March 2020

Family Tele*Support Network

March 5 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
South Carolina, Statewide SC United States
Free

Join us for a weekly telephone support line for parents/caregivers of children and youth experiencing emotional, behavioral, mental health, substance use challenges, foster care placement, and/or juvenile justice involvement where we can: Answer your questions about IDEA and IEPs Be a listening ear Connect you with others who understand Provide encouragement Share challenges and success stories Provide hope Please select the date(s) to RSVP and we will contact you regarding the telephone support line information. 

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Youth Mental Health First Aid Training

March 7 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
301 Crosswell Dr, 301 Crosswell Drive
Sumter, SC 29150 United States
Free

This is an interactive, 8-hour course that prepares parents/caregivers to provide Mental Health First Aid to K-12 grade students. The Federation of Families is calling all parents/caregivers of Sumter County and other surrounding counties to join us for a two-day training in Sumter County. Parent/caregivers will learn how to make an impact and #BeTheDifference to someone experiencing a mental or emotional crisis. The two-day training will be held on Saturday, March 7 and March 14, 2020, from 9 a.m. -…

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Father’s Tele*Support Network Group Call

March 9 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Free

One-hour telephone support line for fathers to share challenges & success stories, find relief and much more! Join us for a monthly telephone support line for fathers of children and youth experiencing emotional, behavioral, mental health, substance use challenges, foster care placement, and/or juvenile justice involvement where we can: Answer your questions about IDEA and IEPs Be a listening ear Connect you with others who understand Provide encouragement Share challenges and success stories Provide hope

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Family Support Network Meeting

March 10 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Beckman Center, 1547 Parkway
Greenwood, SC 29646 United States

Join us for our monthly family support network meetings for parents/caregivers of children and youth experiencing emotional, behavioral, mental health, substance use challenges, foster care placement, and/or juvenile justice involvement. The Family Support Network Meetings are held twice a month in Greenwood, SC and participants will have the opportunity to: Connect with others who understand Receive encouragement in a non-judgmental environment Share challenges and success stories Find relief For more information, please contact Beverly Griffin at 803.831.1241 or beverly.griffin@fedfamsc.org

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Family Tele*Support Network

March 12 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
South Carolina, Statewide SC United States
Free

Join us for a weekly telephone support line for parents/caregivers of children and youth experiencing emotional, behavioral, mental health, substance use challenges, foster care placement, and/or juvenile justice involvement where we can: Answer your questions about IDEA and IEPs Be a listening ear Connect you with others who understand Provide encouragement Share challenges and success stories Provide hope Please select the date(s) to RSVP and we will contact you regarding the telephone support line information. 

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Family Tele*Support Network

March 19 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
South Carolina, Statewide SC United States
Free

Join us for a weekly telephone support line for parents/caregivers of children and youth experiencing emotional, behavioral, mental health, substance use challenges, foster care placement, and/or juvenile justice involvement where we can: Answer your questions about IDEA and IEPs Be a listening ear Connect you with others who understand Provide encouragement Share challenges and success stories Provide hope Please select the date(s) to RSVP and we will contact you regarding the telephone support line information. 

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March Family Support Network Meetings

March 24 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Beckman Center, 1547 Parkway
Greenwood, SC 29646 United States

Join us for our monthly family support network meetings for parents/caregivers of children and youth experiencing emotional, behavioral, mental health, substance use challenges, foster care placement, and/or juvenile justice involvement. The Family Support Network Meetings are held twice a month in Greenwood, SC and participants will have the opportunity to: Connect with others who understand Receive encouragement in a non-judgmental environment Share challenges and success stories Find relief For more information, please contact Beverly Griffin at 803.831.1241 or beverly.griffin@fedfamsc.org

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Family Tele*Support Network

March 26 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
South Carolina, Statewide SC United States
Free

Join us for a weekly telephone support line for parents/caregivers of children and youth experiencing emotional, behavioral, mental health, substance use challenges, foster care placement, and/or juvenile justice involvement where we can: Answer your questions about IDEA and IEPs Be a listening ear Connect you with others who understand Provide encouragement Share challenges and success stories Provide hope Please select the date(s) to RSVP and we will contact you regarding the telephone support line information. 

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2020 Parent Peer Support Provider Training

March 27 @ 9:00 am - March 29 @ 4:00 pm

The main goal is to equip family members with the skills needed to assist other families who can benefit from their lived experience. Parent Peer Support Providers: Are primary caregivers (parents, grandparents, stepparents, foster parent, etc.) with lived experience raising a child with emotional, behavioral, mental health or substance use concerns. Assist families with identifying formal and informal supports. Reduce isolation of family members while promoting trust and hope. Provide families with skills needed to make informed decisions. Are you…

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