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The FASD Center

South Carolina

FASD State Contact

Hannah D. Bonsu
Lead Bridge and FASD Coordinator
South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services
P.O. Box 8268
Columbia, SC 29202
Phone: 803-896-4198
Fax: 803-896-5557
E-mail: hbonsu@daodas.sc.gov


FASD State Task Force

South Carolina Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Collaborative
Co-Chair, Mobilization: Joyce Dilleshaw
Deputy Director of Cornerstone
E-mail: jdilleshaw@cornerstonecares.org

Co-Chair, Intervention: Kris Rife
Parent/Business Owner
E-mail: krife10480@aol.com

South Carolina FASD Collaborative Members PDF Icon
South Carolina FASD Collaborative Bylaws PDF Icon


FASD State Plan

South Carolina State Plan PDF Icon


FASD State Resources

Diagnosis of FAS

Greenwood Genetics Center has 3 clinic locations:

  • Greenwood Center Clinic contact person: Dr. Leta Tribble, E-mail: Imt@ggc.org
  • Columbia and Florence Clinics contact person: Angie Lichty, E-mail: award@ggc.org

FASD Awareness Day Proclamation

2011 FASD Awareness Day Proclamation PDF Icon
2012 FASD Awareness Day Proclamation PDF Icon


Legislative Information:

Bill Number Category Introduced Description Status

H3308

Criminalization

2011

SECTION 5. Section 63-7-1940 of the 1976 Code is amended to read: "Section 63-7-1940. (A) At a hearing pursuant to Section 63-7-1650 or 63-7-1660, at which the court orders that a child be taken or retained in custody or finds that the child was abused or neglected, the court: (1) shall order, without possibility of waiver by the department, that a person's name be entered in the Central Registry of Child Abuse and Neglect if the court finds that there is a preponderance of evidence that the person:… (d) gave birth to the child and the child tested positive for the presence of any amount of controlled substance, prescription drugs, metabolite of a controlled substance, or alcohol or the child has a medical diagnosis of fetal alcohol syndrome, unless the presence of the substance or metabolite is the result of medical treatment administered to the mother of the child or the child;…..

Senate referred to Subcommittee 01/09/12