Children and Adolescents Services
Resource Map
As part of the Joint Council on Children and Adolescents (SCJCCA) focus on meeting the needs of families with children and adolescents, the Resource Mapping Committee (a subcommittee of the SCJCCA) created this map of child and adolescent-focused resources available to SC families. The map includes contact information for agencies and organizations that provide a broad range of services ranging from home visiting for new mothers to behavioral health treatment for adolescents in need. Click on the county name to see the resources in that county. Each agency and organization will conduct an assessment to determine the best way to meet a family’s needs. The SCJCCA does not endorse any specific agency or provider and cannot guarantee what specific type of services an individual will receive. Please click here to provide feedback.
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Definition of Prevention: Prevention includes activities that are delivered prior to the onset of a disorder and are intended to reduce the risk of developing a problem.

Definition of Screening: A formal process of evaluation of the presenting problems of an individual, which results in the referral of the individual to relevant service resources. The evaluation process is designed to determine the likelihood that an individual may be experiencing mental health, substance use, trauma, gambling, or other related disorders.

Definition of Assessment: Assessments are designed to determine if there is a need for any medical, educational, social, and/or other services. Specific assessment activities include: taking client history, identifying the needs of the individual, and completing related documentation. The service also includes gathering information from other sources such as family members, medical providers, and school systems, if necessary, to form a complete assessment of the individual.

Definition of Outpatient Treatment: Outpatient treatment is intended to reduce symptom severity and promote adaptive functioning. These services are designed to improve health and promote independent living. Non-intensive outpatient services occur less than nine hours per week.

Definition of (Residential) 24-Hour Services: Treatment in a residential setting provides a 24-hour professionally directed therapeutic regimen. Treatment typically offers at least 24 hours of services per week.

Definition of Crisis Service: An unanticipated, unscheduled emergency intervention, face-to-face or telephone, to resolve immediate, overwhelming problems that severely impair the individual's ability to function.

Definition of Case Management: Planned referral, linkage, monitoring, support, and advocacy to support self-sufficiency and community tenure. Case management actions may take place in an individual's home, in the community, or in a facility.

Definition of Community Support: Non-clinical services that assist individuals and families with ongoing support for behavioral, physical, or mental health issues.

Definition of Child and Family Advocacy: Refers to a range of individuals, professionals, and advocacy organizations that speak out on the best interests of children and/or their families. An individual or organization engaging in advocacy typically seeks to protect children's rights that may be abridged or abused in a number of areas.

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