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Pro-Parents of South Carolina
A parent training and information center for families of children with special needs.  www.proparents.org





Membership National Resource Links

NPEN
National Parenting Education Network
www.npen.0rg


NCFR
National Council on Family Relations
www.ncfr.org

Southeastern Council 
on Family Relations


CICC
Center for the Improvement of 
Child Caring
www.ciccparenting. org

www.effectiveparentingusa.org

Parents Toolshop
www.parentstoolshop.com

University of Arkansas
www.arfamilies.org

North Carolina Parent Education
www.NCPEN.ORG

  HELPING TO ADVANCE THE FIELD OF PARENTING EDUCATION IN SOUTH CAROLINA


THE CHILDREN'S TRUST OF SOUTH CAROLINA

http://scchildren.org/news_and_events/newsletter/



       South Carolina Campaign o Prevent Teen Pregnancy
                               www.teenpregnancysc.org



Solicitor’s Office offers a list of Community Programs for Family Assistance: 843-915-8969  Horry and Georgetown Counties

Department of Juvenile Justice: Community outreach programs for prevention and intervention before and after court. 843-915-8969

Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club
488-2769 Structured programs in character & leadership development; education & career development; health & life skills; arts, sports & fitness recreation (ages 5-17)

Boys & Girls Club of Grand Strand
712-1977, www.bgclubgs.org After-School Programs (ages 5-12) & Teen Programs (ages 13-18): work experience for teens with some paid positions

Horry County Parks & Recreation
915-5330 www.parksandrec.horrycounty.org Athletic programs & special events (ages 4-18) Summer camps/after school programs(ages 5- 12) ALSO Conway Parks & Recreation 248- 1740

Claire Chapin Epps YMCA 
449- 9622 After-school programs (ages 4-12) & youth sports (ages 4-17); swim lessons (infant-adult)

Mary C Canty Recreation Center
918-1475 Daily recreational opportunities, after-school programs, summer camps, sports, & swimming lessons (ages 5-18)

Teen After School Center (TASC )
1401 Carver Street, MB 712-1977 Tutoring, Interview skills, Community service, Mentoring (ages 12-19 if in school)

Waccamaw Mental Health 843-347-4888 Children’s Services Program - clinic and counseling for children & famies

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Shoreline Behavioral Health
843-365-8884 Alcohol/drug treatment /education; counseling; parenting classes; Women’s Recoveiy Center: inpatient
 facility/intensive treatment for women risking loss of children to foster care

Horry County Attendance 843-488-6786 Assistance with truancy & Family Services in co¬ordination with Waccamaw Mental Health

Continuum of Care 843-358-5510/5511 www.continuwn.sc.gov Services for children with behavioral, mental, and/or emotional challenges

Dept. of Social Services 843-915-4700 dss.sc.gov Assistance for needy families, inc. temporary cash assistance, food stamps, child care vouchers, employment & training services

Rape Crisis Center 843-448-3180 Counseling & legal advocacy for rape victims & their families; Education & awareness workshops

Horry County Police Dept. (Gangs) 843-915-8056 Lynn Baker/Gang Investigator Recognizing and Preventing Gang Involvement

SOAR 843-915-5143 Sgt. Butler, Sheriffs Dept. Overnight jail tour using police volunteers for at-risk youth with on-site parenting class & referrals for follow-up support

Family Outreach of Horry County
843-234-2350 www.family-outreach.org Family Outreach programs - teen pregnancy pre¬vention & support, teen parenting education & youth development

SOS Health Care 843-449-0554 www.sos-healthcare.com (all ages)
Therapy, social skills training, teen fitness & res¬pite programs for autism & intellectual disabilities

Waccmaw Regional Council of Governments
 Area Agency on Aging   (Horry and Georgetown Counties)
United Way organization, 2008-2009 (great details but needs updating)
Sponsor of Waccamaw Area Family Caregiver Support Program.

http://www.nmb.us/files/files/pdf/HorryCountyResourceDirectory
20082009.pdf

Horry Georgetown Technical College, 2018 current 
https://www.hgtc.edu/documents/currentstudents/community-resources-guide.pdf

Directory of Services for Women and Families,
 statewide DHEC 2011
https://www.scdhec.gov/sites/default/files/Library/ML-017048.pdf

Guide to Recovery Services (one of several available)
FAVOR, Grand Strand Faces and Voices of Recovery
https://favorgs.org/pdf/resource%20guide.pdf

UNITED WAY 
  http://unitedwayhorry.org/partnering-agencies 
Three Major Categories: Health, Education, Financial Stability

211, http://unitedwayhorry.org/211-2/  
RESOURCES FOR PARENTS, CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Children’s Mentoring Program of Horry County 843-248-0164 Matches men¬tors with children 7-14 from single-parent homes

Center for Counseling & Wellness
thecenter4counseling.com 843-663-0770 Family and/or individual counseling

ParentsCare 843-421-8384 www.stilllearning.org Parenting education in class/home; education for domestic violence cases; Parenting assessments; resource referrals; training & education for other agencies, Julia Castillo — castillogirls@gmail.com

A Father’s Place 843-488-2923 Intervention services for fathers (parenting skills, education assistance & employment boot camp)
Prosperity Center 843-839-5400 A collaborative effort by community agencies to provide a variety of services.

Dept, of Employment & Workforce, sc works
843-234-9675 www.dew.sc.gov (ages 16+) Em¬ployment services, federal bonding, resume & re¬employment assistance & workshops

211 Helpline Support/United Way
www.sc2ll.org or dial #211 or 866-892-9211 Support for food, shelter, medical services, financial assistance counseling, mentoring & tutoring

Lighthouse Care Center 843-347-8871
www.LighthouseCareCenterofConway.org Residential placement & therapy for children with mental health & emotional issues (ages 12-17) Suicide prevention resource line 234-6139

Sea Haven, Inc. 843-399-9025
Shelter Home — temporary residential facility for runaways & homeless youth, inc. counseling for families. Parent/DJJ referrals (ages 13-17)
Transitional Living Program (16-21) 213-1133

Tara Hall Home for Bovs (Georgetown) 843- 546-3000 Long-term residential school for neglected, troubled & abused boys (ages 6-12

S.C. Youth Challenge Program (Columbia) 803-299-4872/4879
National Guard program for dropouts (ages 16-18);
17-month program (22-week residential phase)


Psychology Today counselor/parenting education list

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/
groups/parenting/sc/myrtle-beach

​WOMEN'S SHELTER HOME
Family Justice Center Number:
 843-546-3926 https://www.fjcgtownhorry.org/

YOUNG MEN SERVICES
http://www.waccamawyouthcenter.org
Chris Williams

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