What PTSD Really Looks Like

by admin on March 18, 2015

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This photo series about what PTSD Really Looks Like to our veterans… is haunting and heartbreaking.

We must do better for those that serve and protect us.

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Many of our clients in Florence and the surrounding areas struggle while they wait for a disability hearing. I talked about this in a prior post titled “SC needs more free and reduced medical clinics.” As a follow up, Dillon, SC now HAS a free medical clinic that has greatly benefited our clients!

Hope Health and Mercy Medicine continue to serve Florence and CareSouth is another great resource in the surrounding areas.

Listing of providers:
Hopehealth, Inc. (many locations in the Pee Dee)
Location: Florence, SC – 29506-2851
Contact Phone: 843-667-9414

Mercy Medicine Clinic
Location: Florence, SC – 29501
Contact Phone: 843-667-9947

Dillon County Free Clinic
310 East Washington Street, Dillon, SC 29536
(843) 774-4243

Care South (Many locations in the Pee Dee)

Also don’t forget these resources:

SC Commission for the blind
SC Autism Society
Florence County Disabilities and Special Needs
Pee Dee Speech and Hearing
SC Office on Aging
SC Brain Injury Association

(I will continue to update this post!)

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Webinar on “Ticket to Work”

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