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October 17, 2019 RE:  Leadership at A Child’s Haven A Message from Zack Devier, Board President, on behalf of A Child’s Haven and its Board of Directors: To all A Child’s Haven’s esteemed and invaluable benefactors, donors and champions of change, the Board would like to inform you that effective October 14, 2019, Laurie Rovin...
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When Oliver was only two years old, his father left his mother, leaving her to raise Oliver as a single parent. His mom worked two jobs and lived in a house with two other roommates in order to be able to pay rent. Because his mom was working so much, Oliver never had a regular...
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During the first few years of Nicole’s life, she was just like every other little girl. She loved to play and giggle. Nicole’s parents and extended family were close-knit and were very involved in her life. Shortly after turning four and starting 4K, Nicole’s parents and teachers noticed she was becoming very withdrawn, had a...
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Four year old Noah and his foster mother, Jane came to us after Noah was expelled from his child care facility. During Noah’s assessment, our Child and Family Therapist learned Noah was in foster care because he was abused and neglected by his birth parents. They also observed that Noah was very defiant and showed...
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The Miller Family Three months earlier, Robert and Jennifer Miller adopted baby Olivia, who had been abandoned the day she was born. At first, everything seemed fine; Olivia was happy and healthy. One day, one of the daycare staff shared that Oliva was having trouble making eye contact and rolling over on her own. She...
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Healthy Greenville awards 22 grants that will benefit children, veterans, elderly By: Liv Osby, The Greenville News Published 6:47 a.m. ET May 1, 2019 At her job as a church secretary in Greenville, Wanda Rivera has health benefits for herself. But coverage for her four children, who range in age from 11 to 18, would...
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Jamal’s family struggled to make ends meet. His father worked three jobs, leaving Jamal’s mom and grandmother taking turns caring for Jamal when he wasn’t at the corner childcare center. Everything was going well until Jamal’s grandmother relapsed into substance abuse. After that, Jamal was never sure where he was going to go to sleep...
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Palmer used to have a chaotic life. His relationship with his father was inconsistent and unstable, he demanded his wants be fulfilled immediately, he shouted and screamed in public and ignored his mother. One time the police had to be called to help to control Palmer while he and his family were out in public....
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Brittney arrived at A Child’s Haven when she was four years old. Brittney had previously been neglected, so at the time she was living in foster care under DSS Custody. She presented generalized anxiety disorder, parent-child relational problems, and other personal risk factors such as self-harming. Brittney was easily upset by separation, nervous, and would excessively...
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$5,000 grant from BB&T Fall for Greenville presented by Pepsi gives A Child’s Haven Chills Greenville, SC: A Child’s Haven (ACH) has a new freezer courtesy of a $5,000 grant from BB&T Fall for Greenville presented by Pepsi. The new addition is already helping lower food costs. ACH Chef John Zuber is putting the new...
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