Women at table collaborating on a project

We work best when we work together

No single individual, organization, or government agency working alone can stop child maltreatment or ensure that children never suffer from devastating trauma or injuries. This is why our work that brings together best practices, expertise and resources is so important..

South Carolina Home Visiting coalition

Children’s Trust convenes the South Carolina Home Visiting Consortium to collaborate and strengthen the infrastructure serving all of the state’s home visiting programs. In addition to the work funded through Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV), a wide array of home visiting programs are at work in South Carolina and are supported through public and private initiatives.

More about S.C. Home Visiting Consortium

African American woman sitting at conference table

Parent Advisory Council

Children's Trust works to engage a diverse set of parents to ensure their voices are heard within community systems through shared visioning, training, goal setting and action. The work is by parents, for parents and about parents.

More about Parent Advisory Council

Get involved today

Leesa Nelson
Parent Engagement Coordinator


Triple P (Positive Parenting Program)

Currently in Georgetown and Greenville Counties

With key local partners, we helping to develop develop the local infrastructure to deliver this primary prevention program at a population-level so that parents can find they parenting help they need and when and where they need it.

More about Triple P

Businesswoman Addressing Multi Cultural Office Staff Meeting