Stephanie Jamison Speaks at Boys And Girls Clubs Of The Lowcountry

SJ headshotStephanie Jamison recently spoke at the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Lowcountry, presenting an overview of how Jamison Consultants Behavioral Health Center can help children in need of behavioral health services who are currently also involved in the Boys and Girls Clubs program throughout the region.  Her interactive presentation — which provided an important overview of Jamison Consultants Behavioral Health Center’s programs and services at all of our locations throughout the area – was important in helping to let more people know about the affordable and convenient options available to them in receiving behavioral health services for their children, and how insurance (including Medicaid) can cover the majority of these services.

More than 2,200 members ages 6-18 years old belong to the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lowcountry with over 600 attending on a daily basis. The organization operates six (6) clubs in Beaufort and Jasper Counties, with its mission “to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.”

Stephanie’s presentation was well attended and well-received, and helped to provide families, educators and child care professionals with valuable information that they can use in seeking appropriate assistance in helping children with mental health/behavioral health issues.  We are excited to have partnered with the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Lowcountry for this presentation and opportunity to meet with so many local residents – and look forward to continuing to help and support the work done by this wonderful organization as they continue to provide so many important opportunities and resources for children throughout our region.

For more information about Stephanie Jamison’s presentation at the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Lowcountry, or to inquire about booking Stephanie to speak at your group or organization on a wide variety of timely topics surrounding mental health and behavioral health in both children and adults, call us at 843-757-7500.

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