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A Child’s Haven Receives $10,000 Grant from Newman’s Own Foundation

A Child’s Haven was awarded a $10,000 grant from Newman’s Own Foundation, the independent foundation created by the late actor and philanthropist, Paul Newman. The award to A Child’s Haven was made by Newman’s Own Foundation as part of its...
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Maddie’s Story

Maddie was 4 years old when she enrolled at A Child’s Haven. She arrived with a diagnosis of a stress-related disorder and struggled with developmental delays caused by a whirlwind of trauma Maddie endured since birth. This included being abandoned...
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Volunteer Spotlight- Featuring, Brooks O’Hanlan, Future Eagle Scout

“For my project, I am constructing a pilot garden for the parents and children who attend A Child’s Haven. This will help to develop a relationship between the parent and their child. On Saturday, April 21st, a group of staff, clients,...
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Hunter’s Story

Hunter enrolled in A Child’s Haven demonstrating defiant behavior and extreme aggression. Additionally, Hunter couldn’t regulate his emotions and was severely limited in his verbal communication skills. Hunter has made significant progress after attending our program for a little over...
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Nutrition Tips: Chickpeas and Tomatoes

Chickpeas & Tomatoes Makes: 6 Servings Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 15 minutes Chickpeas, also known as garbanzo beans, are a popular part of vegetarian meals in Northern Africa. In this recipe, chili powder, cumin, and ginger create a...
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Home Visitation Funding Extended Five Years

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...
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Aiden’s Story

Aiden was removed from his biological parent and placed in the care of his paternal grandmother. Aiden had also been discharged from two daycares within four weeks due to his extreme negative behaviors. Prior to coming to A Child’s Haven,...
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Jake’s Story

Imagine, you walk into the room and see your father hitting your grandmother, not once, but twice, choking her and you suddenly feel an overwhelming sensation of fear. Grandmother fights back by grabbing a baseball bat, and in an instant,...
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Side by Side, Couple in 80s Crafts Quilts for Children in Need

By Jessica Brodie GREER—One elderly United Methodist couple is using their golden years to give back and do rather than sit back and receive. Ken and Joanne Lehman, longtime members of Ebenezer UMC, are in their 80s and are experiencing...
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