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Memo To: Public From: A Child’s Haven We have decided suspend services on Monday, March 23rd . This means that we will not be providing transportation, childcare, or in-person treatment during this time. Our HOPE is to reopen to normal operations on April 6th; however, we will assess our reopening date and may decide to...
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Max was referred to A Child’s Haven (ACH) to address his Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Parent-Child Relational issues. During the intake appointment, Max’s mother explained that “he gets into his own zone” meaning that when an adult would speak to him, he responded by acting like a baby, grunting and pointing. His mother also explained...
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Mental health issues affect all ages, and the mental health issues of our youngest children require serious clinical interventions to both heal the child and prevent potential deterioration of the entire family. The term Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) encompasses all types of abuse, neglect, and other traumatic experiences suffered by children under 18. These experiences,...
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Greenville, SC – On January 23, 2020, A Child’s Haven (ACH) Board of Directors voted to promote Tanya Camunas to Executive Director of the organization. Camunas now leads ACH’s efforts to provide therapeutic childcare to young at-risk children with social and emotional challenges while educating and supporting their caregivers. ACH Board of Directors President, Danny...
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  When she was only two years old, an outside foundation referred Paige to A Child’s Haven (ACH) to address social-emotional delays and behavioral concerns. During the intake appointment, Paige’s Foster Mother explained Paige was nonverbal and she had problems with her nonverbal communication as well. Paige also had a short attention span, was upset...
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After a year and a half of trying different ways to help her foster son Jacob, Ava was referred to A Child’s Haven (ACH) when he was three years old, and she came into the intake with high hopes that ACH could help her little boy. Since Jacob was 18 months old, he developed a...
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Before being referred to A Child’s Haven (ACH), Carson’s mother had many sleepless nights. Three year old Carson had a hard time verbally expressing his needs, but a few months prior, he had become more violent and began having outbursts. Carson’s father had switched jobs recently and had a much longer commute, limiting their time...
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Mia was 18 months old when her family began treatment at A Child’s Haven (ACH). During the intake, Mia’s mother shared that Mia would throw tantrums and become anxious anytime she left the room or with the slightest change to their routine. Mia’s family primarily spoke Spanish at home, so her vocabulary was slightly delayed,...
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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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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.