To offer an individualized and/or group approach to the recovery of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs of abuse, behavioral health needs, and co-occurring disorders in an outpatient setting.
Interim Executive Director
Boy Scouts of America
Indian Waters Council
To train youth in responsible citizenship, character development, and self-reliance.
Doug Stone - Scout Executive
The Family Resource Center
The Family Resource Center is a non-profit organization that has, for 33 years, been dedicated to eradicating child abuse, sexual violence, and teen pregnancy in Kershaw & Lee Counties
Rosalyn Smith Stover - Executive Director
American Red Cross
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
Camden Kershaw County Rescue Squad
Serving Kershaw County in search, rescue and recovery efforts. Camden-KC also leads Safe Kids Kershaw County which implements car-seat checkups, safety workshops and sports clinics that help parents and caregivers prevent childhood injuries.
Chief John Bowers
City of Camden
Habitat for Humanity of Kershaw County
Building affordable housing for low income residents of Kershaw County through volunteer experiences that can benefit everyone participating with our organization.
Julie Trott - Executive Director
Boys & Girls Clubs of Kershaw County
Boys & Girls Clubs of Kershaw County’s mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. In Kershaw County we do this through both our parent supported Be Great afterschool programs in elementary and middle schools throughout the county, and at Jackson Teen Center located in Camden.
Robin Saviola - Executive Director
Girl Scouts of South Carolina
Mountains to Midlands
Building girls who are becoming the best they can be today, and who, as women, will become our future citizens, stewards, and leaders.
Lora Tucker - Chief Executive Officer
Helping neighbors in need with practical support through crisis assistance, hunger relief, and resource referrals.
Kershaw County Council on Aging
To do the things that may be necessary, proper, or advantageous to promote the welfare of the Aging population of Kershaw County.
Bruce Little - Executive Director
Mental Health America of Kershaw County
Promoting mental health, preventing mental and substance use conditions and achieving victory over mental illnesses and addictions through advocacy, education, research and service.
Debbie Massalon - Executive Director
Kershaw County First Steps
Kershaw County First Steps offers programs such as Parents as Teachers, Childcare Quality Enhancement, Childcare Training and state sponsored programs such as BabyNet.Lead by Kimberley Jordan-Edmond and her team, the Kershaw County First Steps team work to support families in our county so that all children enter school ready to learn.
Kimberley Jordan - Executive Director
Sistercare seeks to provide comprehensive services and advocacy for survivors of domestic violence and their children in Kershaw County, and to help prevent domestic violence through community awareness and education. Sistercare offers emergency shelter and support services for survivors and their children to include counseling, career development, court advocacy and transitional housing.
Nancy Barton - Executive Director
The Kershaw County Board of Disabilities & Special Needs
To serve all citizens of Kershaw County with intellectual or other lifelong disabilities.
Zenobia Corley - Executive Director
Wateree Pregnancy Network
Christian non-profit organization assisting women and families in unplanned or crisis pregnancy situations. New mom? Just found out your pregnant and not sure where to go for help? Need a helping hand? Contact us!