Your 2021 Tax Filing Questions Answered!

January 11, 2022

Tax season can be a stressful time, especially with the various financial situations families experienced this year. You may have to take a few extra steps this tax season to ensure your return is accurate. Here are the top 2021 tax filing questions answered. I received Advanced Child Tax Credit…

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Kickstart a Healthy New Year with These Helpful Resources!

January 10, 2022

It is officially 2022! Many people use this time of year to make positive changes in their life and set new goals to achieve. While this may seem overwhelming at first, there are countless resources available that can help kick off your healthy new year. Here are some resources SC…

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Vaccines and the Holidays

December 23, 2021

 Last year was hard on us all with the pandemic preventing many from gathering over the holiday season. The pandemic has reshaped life as we once knew it. Many undoubtedly insist on celebrating with others this upcoming 2021 holiday season. Unfortunately, large-scale gatherings increase the risk of contracting COVID-19. While holiday traditions are important for families and children, there are several ways to enjoy the holidays and protect your health.  Vaccinating Your…

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SC Thrive Named Phase 2 Winner of the Social Care Referrals Challenge

December 22, 2021

The Administration for Community Living (ACL) recently announced SC Thrive as a Phase 2 winner of the Social Care Referrals Challenge competition. The Social Care Referrals Challenge began in March of 2020 to support holistic health and social care in the community. This national competition awards prizes to service organizations…

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Your Social Services Technology Needs These 5 Things

December 3, 2021

Let’s face it, working in the social sector comes with challenges. The last thing we want to think about is a technology barrier that prevents us from doing our job to the best of our ability. SC Thrive is excited to offer Thrive Hub to community-serving organizations in South Carolina.…

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State Impact Award Presented to SC Thrive for Second Time

October 26, 2021

Columbia, SC – October 26, 2021– Highlighting their continued support for South Carolinians, SC Thrive received the State Impact Award from the Alliance for a Healthier South Carolina for a second time. Through strategic partnerships, direct outreach, innovative technology, and a dedicated Contact Center, SC Thrive has continually shown its…

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The 46 Veteran Salute Presented by SC Thrive

October 11, 2021

Columbia, SC – October 11, 2021 – SC Thrive, a statewide nonprofit, calls for nominations to honor 46 Veterans across the state. This event, entitled The 46 Veteran Salute will recognize one Veteran in each county in South Carolina with a certificate and a meal voucher. Beginning November 1, 2021,…

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Mental Health Myths: Dispelling Common Stigmas

October 1, 2021

What do you think is the most common mental health myth?  Misinformation surrounding topics on mental health can be confusing to people facing a mental illness and their loved ones. It is important to address these myths so people can recognize symptoms of mental illness and move toward a healthy…

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Confused About Advance Child Tax Credit Impacts? Here's What You Need to Know. Picture of family together reading a book.

Confused About Advance Child Tax Credit Impacts? Here’s What You Need to Know.

August 3, 2021

Qualified families in South Carolina that claim the Child Tax Credit should look out for advance payments to come this summer. Here are some important updates about the Advance Child Tax Credit in 2021. Beginning July 2021, and ending December 2021, the IRS will deposit monthly Advance Child Tax Credit…

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Maximize Your Grocery Budget at Farmer’s Markets

June 2, 2021

Cost and access are some of the greatest challenges that you might face when trying to support a healthy diet and maximize your grocery budget. Fresh, healthy produce tends to be more expensive than other less nutritious items.    That is where local farmers markets across the state are stepping in to provide quality foods and resources to afford them. Since the…

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