• Ask about our Community-Based Services

    Non-residential services provided face-to-face with youth and families in the home, school or community.  Click here to learn more about SCYAP Community-Based Services.

  • Become a Foster Parent

    The Traditional Foster Care Program is a collaborative program between SCYAP and the South Carolina (DSS).Click here to learn more about becoming a traditional foster parent.

  • Be a Therapeutic Foster Parent

    Therapeutic Foster Care is foster care that provides youth with a higher level of structure and support. TFC provides a combination of hard work and heart work.  Click here to learn more about...

  • How Can I Help?

    There are multiple ways in which you can help a child at SCYAP.  Be a Foster Parent! Be a Youth Advocate! Make a donation to one of our special programs! Click here to learn more about how you...

  • Stay Connected with the SCYAP Blog

    Click here to visit the SCYAP Blog

Who We Serve

Who We Serve

SCYAP serves both males and females and does not discriminate by race, color, religious creed, ancestry, gender, gender expression, national origin, sexual orientation, or the seriousness or complexity of disability or need.

The primary target population served by SCYAP is considered to be at-risk or special needs children.

We serve children with a broad spectrum of emotional, behavioral, mental, and medical needs and their families.  

Typically these children are in need of out-of-home therapeutic care, community-based programming, and/or in-home intervention services.

Depending on the service(s) provided, SCYAP is able to serve children ages  birth to twenty-one and their families. 

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