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Past funded projects:

Enhancing Collaboration and Integration of Services

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Behavioral Health Services of Pickens County is working with local DSS to coordinate treatment and intervention efforts to keep families unified.

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Circle Park Behavioral Health Services is using technology to connect its four offices throughout the county and provide telecounseling services to clients.


Cornerstone is using Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) to engage adolescents in services and is relocating their facility to increase space and services for individuals living in Abbeville County.

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Ernest E. Kennedy Center is using technology to improve communication between its two county offices and offer community-wide trainings on treatment topics.


Fairfield Behavioral Health plans to expand their services to include an intensive outpatient program that focuses on serving DSS-involved women.


Saluda Behavioral Health is providing school-based behavioral health services and developing a parent outreach campaign and additional resources for families of Hispanic and Latino descent in response to the growing Hispanic population in their county.


Shoreline Behavioral Health is working with DSS on substance use evaluations and referrals to their Family Recovery Center through a substance abuse counselor liaison position.


Sumter Behavioral Health Services is aiming to implement a Family Care Center with their county’s Department of Social Services and community partners.


Westview Behavioral Health Services is collaborating with the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) and Probation, Pardon, and Parole (PPP) to provide a skill-building class to prevent further involvement with the justice system.



Workforce Development


Axis I Center of Barnwell is implementing a workforce development project focusing on developing a Professional Learning Community (PLC), providing funds for enhanced education and licensure for its staff, and completing building improvements.


The Charleston Center is improving their workforce by providing training and opportunities to improve licensure status for their clinicians.


Clarendon Behavioral Health Services is focusing on retaining qualified clinical staff by assisting with advanced credentials, licensure, and team building activities.


Colleton Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse is advancing their workforce by increasing the education level and certifications for clinical and administrative staff.


Anderson/Oconee Behavioral Health Services is seeking to increase staff access to clinical supervision through technology.


The Phoenix Center is providing Motivational Interviewing (MI) training to staff in all ten of the 301 treatment agencies in Region One of South Carolina.


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