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  • Ask-a-Lawyer

    The South Carolina Bar’s free Ask-A-Lawyer telephone service has helped callers with their legal questions for four years, during which it has expanded from two to five days a week and provided free legal help to more than 52,000 callers. Content Detail

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    South Carolina Bar Association
  • Continuum of Care for Emotionally Disturbed Children Home Page

    The Continuum of Care is an office in the Children’s Services Division within the Office of the Governor that serves children with severe emotional disturbance. The Continuum has one administrative office (State Office) in Columbia and four regional offices located in Columbia, North Charleston, Greenville and Florence that provide services throughout the state. The Continuum is funded primarily with state revenues and Medicaid funds. Content Detail

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    Governor's Office - Continuum of Care for Emotionally Disturbed Children
  • Department of Disabilities and Special Needs Home Page

    This Department serves South Carolinians with special needs or disabilities and includes divisions devoted to persons with autism, head and spinal cord injuries, and mental retardation. Content Detail

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    SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs
  • Division of Children, Adolescents, and Their Families

    It is our desire for every family in South Carolina to have an array of services available to them in their home communities or on regional basis, at the very least, and that child and adolescent mental health professionals utilize a "best practices approach" in caring for the children and families that we are privileged to serve. Content Detail

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    SC Department of Mental Health
  • Lawyer Referral Service Online

    The Lawyer Referral Service Online provides a list of attorneys by county that participate in the Bar's LRS program. To find an attorney simply click the county in which you live and look for one that practices in the area of law concerning your question. Content Detail

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    South Carolina Bar Association
  • South Carolina 2-1-1

    Every hour of every day, someone in South Carolina needs essential services-from finding substance abuse assistance, getting the latest information in a crisis, to securing adequate care for a child or an aging parent. Faced with a huge number of public and private agencies, help lines, and phone numbers, people often don't know where to turn or how to get through ‘the maze’. In many cases, people end up going without these necessary and readily available services because they do not know where to start. SC 2-1-1 will provide South Carolinians with information about and referrals to services throughout the State for every day needs and in times of crisis. Content Detail

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    United Way / AIRS
  • Toward Local Care

    The South Carolina Department of Mental Health is committed to enhancing treatment in the community by developing community programs that provide residential and rehabilitative services to help clients integrate into their communities, while properly addressing clinical needs and the safety of the consumer and the community, and providing stabilization services that assist individuals in distress without hospitalization. Content Detail

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    SC Department of Mental Health