Some families with low income can qualify for Medicaid. To learn about income requirements and how to find doctors and clinics that accept Medicaid you can look here.Medicaid
Adults and children in low income households may qualify for help paying medical bills.
For families who need help with mental health, substance use, and behavioral health services, this is a place to start.
Find expert help for how to use car seats and keep young children safe when riding in vehicles.
This division of the SC Department of Social Services protects children and works to strengthen families.
Instead of abandoning a newborn, under this law a parent can leave their unharmed infant at a designated safe location and the parent will not be prosecuted.
First Steps coordinates with partners to support the health and wellbeing of families with young children.
By providing hearing screenings for newborns, First Sound finds hearing loss and guides families on how to help children early when language skills are developing.
Every infant born in South Carolina is checked for sickle cell, cystic fibrosis, and other health conditions, so that early treatment is possible.
South Carolina provides testing, treatment, and vaccines for mothers with Hepatitis B and their babies.
For eligible families, a nurse visits mother and baby soon after they go home, checking health, answering questions, and scheduling medical appointments.
For young children diagnosed with sickle cell, the state can provide a wide range of support for eligible families.
Two statewide programs can provide shots, free of charge, that children must have to attend child care and school in South Carolina.
This program promotes reading by connecting with parents and children while they’re seeing the pediatrician.
Find out how to protect your family from lead exposure.
Find out how to protect your family and how to get children and your water supply tested.
HealthySteps promotes nurturing parenting and child development at well visits and provides information on social-emotional learning, literacy, behavior, and health.
Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) helps transform the lives of first-time mothers and their babies.