Home Visitation Funding Extended Five Years by Neil White February 16, 2018 Home visiting programs in South Carolina received federal funding for five more years after the U.S. House and Senate passed a recent budget bill. Neil White, who tells the stories of Children’s Trust, details the efforts that went into renewing these important services...
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Adalyn, with her straight brown hair, is the last in line to leave the playground. She plants herself firmly 5 feet from the door to A Child’s Haven. Spreading out her arms for balance, she watches the preschooler ahead of her walk into the building. Adalyn will not move and is shaking her head. At age...
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In January 2017, A Child’s Haven was featured in Greenville Business Magazine. Misty Hall had been taking her two-year-old son Solomon to a Montessori school in Spartanburg when she noticed that he was displaying some aggressive habits. He was lashing out at his classmates, throwing tantrums, and had a sense of defiance that went well...
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A Child's Haven has suspended all in-person services due to COVID-19 concerns, but we continue to provide our families with support through phone calls, text messages, and emails.

Despite these efforts, the COVID-19 crisis puts additional strain on our children and their caregivers, both financially and mentally. Learn how you can support ACH families during this time.