Health and Mental Health Information for Parents in South Carolina

Health & Mental Health

Build a healthy and strong family – body, brain and heart.

  • Understanding trauma
  • Stress and resiliency
  • Bullying
  • Screens, social media and your child’s health
  • Building your child’s team for health and wellness

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Knowledge To Make Parenting Life Easier!

Programs To Level Up Your Parenting

Triple P (Positive Parenting Program)

Triple P offers parents simple, practical strategies to build strong relationships with their children and help parents effectively manage their children’s behavior. Explore Triple P, Triple P Online, Triple P Teen and Triple P Espanol.

Family Resource Centers

Family resource centers are community-based places where families can go for help such as parenting classes, job training, mental health, family counseling, child care, job training and more.

Even More Help

National Maternal Mental Health Hotline

24/7, free, confidential hotline for pregnant and new moms in English and Spanish 1-833-TLC-MAMA (1-833-852-6262)

Hope Connects SC Kids

A youth online screener that a parent can take on behalf of their child or can be taken by the youth with the parent present. This safe and convenient service features an anonymous questionnaire and connects you with a caring professional who can help you access mental and behavioral health services.

The American Academy of Pediatrics’ has information on many topics related to family health and mental health.

Family Connections

Families Connections offers support for kids and adults with disabilities and special healthcare needs.

Healthy Connections Medicaid

Health coverage for eligible residents of South Carolina. Families can view eligibility requirements, review required documents, and submit applications here.

Continuum of Care

A South Carolina state program that serves children with serious emotional or behavioral health diagnoses whose families need help keeping them in their home, school or community

Parents Helping Parents

Real-life parenting advice for South Carolina parents, from South Carolina parents. Ask a question, share advice, learn from and grow with other parents around the state.

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