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    • Motivational interviewing 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2021-04-19)
      Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a method of counseling clients designed to promote behavior change and improve physiological, psychological, and lifestyle outcomes and is used for prevention services to families of ...
    • Multisystemic Therapy (MST) 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2021-02-10)
      Multisystemic Therapy (MST) is an intensive treatment for troubled youth delivered in multiple settings. This program aims to promote pro-social behavior and reduce criminal activity, mental health symptomology, out-of ...
    • [Newsletter] 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2021-04-28)
      This newsletter gives information for employees of the Department of Social Services highlighting different divisions, employee activities and upcoming events.
    • Nurse Family Partnership 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2021-02-10)
      Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) is a home-visiting program that is typically implemented by trained registered nurses. NFP serves young, first-time, low-income mothers beginning early in their pregnancy until the child ...
    • Overview of the Family First Prevention Services Act 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2020-03-12)
      The Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA) is the most substantial funding reform in the child welfare arena in the last 20 years. It aims to correct the value-policy mismatch perpetuated by the former funding system, ...
    • Overview of the Family First Prevention Services Act 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2020-08-27)
      The Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA) is the most substantial funding reform in the child welfare arena in the last 20 years. It aims to correct the value-policy mismatch perpetuated by the former funding system, ...
    • Overview of the Family First Prevention Services Act 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2021-01-12)
      The Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA) is the most substantial funding reform in the child welfare arena in the last 20 years. It aims to correct the value-policy mismatch perpetuated by the former funding system, ...
    • Pandemic EBT FAQs : frequently asked questions 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2020-09-28)
      This answers questions about Electronic Benefits Transfers for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Programduring the pandemic in South Carolina.
    • Pandemic EBT FAQs : frequently asked questions for school children (2020-21 School Year) 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2021-02-26)
      This answers questions about Electronic Benefits Transfers for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program during the pandemic in South Carolina.
    • Parent child interaction therapy 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2021-05-14)
      Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is a program for two to seven-year old children and their parents or caregivers that aims to decrease externalizing child behavior problems, increase positive parenting behaviors, ...
    • Parents as teachers 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2021-02-10)
      Parents as Teachers (PAT) is a home-visiting parent education program that teaches new and expectant parents skills intended to promote positive child development and prevent child maltreatment. PAT aims to increase parent ...
    • SCDSS COVID-19 expenditure report as of 01/01/21 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2021-01-04)
      This details the expenditures of the Department of Social Services’ allocation from the CARES Act.
    • SCDSS COVID-19 expenditure report as of 02/01/21 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2021-02-01)
      This details the expenditures of the Department of Social Services’ allocation from the CARES Act.
    • SCDSS COVID-19 expenditure report as of 03/01/21 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2021-03-01)
      This details the expenditures of the Department of Social Services’ allocation from the CARES Act.
    • SCDSS COVID-19 expenditure report as of 03/01/21 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2021-04-01)
      This details the expenditures of the Department of Social Services’ allocation from the CARES Act.
    • SCDSS COVID-19 expenditure report as of 05/01/2021 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2021-05-01)
      This details the expenditures of the Department of Social Services’ allocation from the CARES Act.
    • SCDSS COVID-19 expenditure report as of 06/01/2021 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2021-06-01)
      This details the expenditures of the Department of Social Services’ allocation from the CARES Act.
    • SCDSS COVID-19 expenditure report as of 07/01/2021 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2021-07-01)
      This details the expenditures of the Department of Social Services’ allocation from the CARES Act.
    • SCDSS COVID-19 expenditure report as of 10/1/20 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2020-10-01)
      This details the expenditures of the Department of Social Services’ allocation from the CARES Act.
    • SCDSS COVID-19 expenditure report as of 7/1/20 

      South Carolina Department of Social Services (South Carolina State Library, 2020-07-01)
      This details the expenditures of the Department of Social Services’s allocation from the CARES Act.