HopeHealth Partnership Meeting
Together SC and HopeHealth are partnering to connect nonprofit leaders in Orangeburg, Williamsburg, Florence, and Clarendon Counties, with a focus on organizations offering services to address the five critical areas of impact: 1) Economic Stability, 2) Education, 3) Health and Health Care, 4) Neighborhood and Built Environment, and 5) Social and Community Context.
Through a series of engagements Together SC aims to help HopeHealth build truly collaborative partnerships. Learn More about the Initiative.
This will be the second of two Zoom calls to introduce interested nonprofits to the HopeHealth team and program objectives so they can consider benefits of entering into a partnership with HopeHealth. Naomi Project ED Joyce Ford will join us to share how her organization has partnered with HopeHealth.
Joyce Ford, Executive Director. The Naomi Project
Tiffany Straus, Director of Community Relations, HopeHealth
Dr. Farrah Hughes, Ph.D., ABPP, Director of Behavioral Health Services, HopeHealth
Sallie Bachman, LMSW, Chief of Staff, HopeHealth
HopeHealth provides integrated health services for more than 50,000 patients in areas surrounding Aiken, Clarendon, Florence, Orangeburg, and Williamsburg counties. Founded in 1991 as a grassroots HIV/AIDS support organization, it was designated as a Federally Qualified Health Center in 2007 to expand its services to include primary and pediatric care. HopeHealth now has over 100 providers covering primary care, dental care, chiropractic care, rheumatology, endocrinology, behavioral health and psychiatry, pain management, substance use treatment, and women’s health services.
Neighbor to Neighbor of South Carolina
Programs & Agency Relations Manager
Harvest Hope Food Bank
Eastern Carolina Community Foundation
Graphic Designer | Developer
Neue South Collective
Director, Community Health Transformation
SC Office of Rural Health
Felicia C Patrick
Williamsburg County First Steps
Founder and President
Columbus and Edith Rogers Mansell Foundation
Vice President, Community Initiatives & EDI
Lowcountry Food Bank
Empowered to Heal
The Naomi Project