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posted on Wednesday, October 07, 2015

Earlier this week,  South Carolina experienced what many are calling a "1000 Year Flood". The storms and flooding affected more than half our state. The SCPHCA would like to say thank you for the outpouring of support we received. Words cannot adequately express our gratitude for the calls, emails, text messages, and thoughts that have come our way. The concerns expressed for SCPHCA Membership and Staff have made this journey a little easier.  Fortunately, the Association building was not damage and staff is doing fine.  We are currently assessing the level of damage that South Carolina's health centers have sustained and we are working to identify their needs and connect them to resources.  Continue to keep SC's health center family and the entire state of SC in your prayers. 

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