Our mission is to fill in the missing links in existing service systems to improve outcomes for troubled youth and their families, while maximizing public resources and improving communities quality of life. Read more.
Welcome to JusticeWorks BehavioralCare!
Our core principle is to do ‘whatever it takes’ to help youth and families in our care achieve success.
JusticeWorks BehavioralCare is an offshoot of JusticeWorks YouthCare. JusticeWorks was founded in 1999 with a mission to provide value added services which fill in the gaps in service delivery systems to troubled youth and families. Our goal is to build better futures for youth, families, and communities and our operating strategy is to do whatever it takes to achieve our goals.
JusticeWorks’s founder and President, Daniel S. Heit, has been acknowledged as a national leader in developing and managing innovative programs for youth and families with profound challenges. He served two terms as President of Therapeutic Communities of America, was appointed by President George H.W. Bush to a Presidential Commission for Model State Drug Laws and served on President Bill Clinton’s behavioral health subcommittee for health care reform. He has developed and managed a broad continuum of residential and outpatient services in South Carolina and in many other states.
JusticeWorks BehavioralCare is a Qualified Provider of Rehabilitative Behavioral Health Services and is enrolled in Medicaid.
We offer a full range of behavioral health services to children and families working with South Carolina Departments of Social Services, Department of Juvenile Justice, local county schools and Mental Health. We accept private insurance from Blue Cross Blue Shield, TriCare, Cigna and most other carriers.
History and Background
JusticeWorks BehavioralCare began operations in 2011 with services in Horry, Georgetown and Florence Counties. We currently operate in over 20 counties. JusticeWorks BehavioralCare has regional offices in Charleston, Columbia, Conway, Beaufort, and Florence. We are actively planning to open an office in Greenville to fulfill our goal of being a state wide provider.
Sponsors and Affiliations
In September of 2013, JusticeWorks BehavioralCare received full accreditation from The Council on Accreditation (COA).
We are also proud to be member of The Palmetto Association for Children and Families.
In September of 2014, JusticeWorks was chosen to be an affiliate partner with Family Corps to teach Parents Anonymous programming and facilitate peer support groups.
Individuals and families have strengths
People and systems can change
A collaborative team approach works best
Every individual and family is unique, diverse and should be respected
The goal is safety, permanency and well- being for all children and families
Movement will be towards empowerment not control
Strengths are enhanced when families are acknowledged and encouraged
Options are better than advice
FGDM is voluntary
Families identify who participates in the conference
Everyone has some level of accountability in the FGDM process
Resources include natural supports, as well as formal and informal supports