After growing up in the foster care system, Naomi Torfin is now working to establish Family Care Centers in South Carolina, where mothers recovering from substance abuse can stay with their children in a supportive environment. The goal is to keep families together, and give them a better chance to heal.
The Riley Institute at Furman University offers a myriad of programs with South Carolina’s social and economic future at heart.
At Groometown United Methodist Church, organizers of God’s Helping Hands ministry have learned that when one door closes, another can open.
A new initiative launched at Duke University School of Medicine is helping hospitals use antibiotics more effectively.