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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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Camden and Hayden come from a low-income family with limited social support, and some of their family didn’t understand their needs. Both boys live with their biological parents. Their father works, and mother is a stay-at-home-parent. Camden and Hayden’s mother attended and successfully completed parent education classes at A Child’s Haven where she learned and demonstrated...
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Addie and Jane were four years old when they came to A Child’s Haven. Their diagnosis included an array of behavior disorders and an upbringing away from their biological parents due to physical abuse and neglect. Addie and Jane lived with their biological parents until they were 3 years old and were then placed in...
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A Child’s Haven Receives $750,000 Grant from The Duke Endowment  Greenville, SC: A Child’s Haven (ACH) has received a $750,000 grant from The Duke Endowment to support the integration of behavioral health treatment and therapeutic child care services. A Child’s Haven is a nonprofit organization serving Greenville County that treats children with developmental delays as...
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Reid Sherard works for children affected by events out of their control By Cindy Landrum Featured in the Upstate Business Journal on June 27, 2018 Firm: Nelson Mullins Area of practice: Family law, appellate practice and legal strategies, litigation Education: University of South Carolina School of Law Community involvement: Jefferson Awards Foundation ChangeMakers class of 2018, A Child’s Haven board...
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GREENVILLE, S.C. – A Child’s Haven has received $1,725 from the Food Lion Feeds Charitable Foundation just in time to help feed local residents. A Child’s Haven will use the gift to continue offering healthy meals to children who attend our center, while also stressing the importance of a healthy diet for growing children. “Learning...
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