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Family Resource Center celebrates 30 years
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Family Resource Center (FRC) Executive Director Rosalyn Moses (left) and FRC board member Mary Long in the FRCs offices at 1111 Broad St. in Camden. The FRC is celebrating its 30th year of combating child abuse and neglect, sexual abuse, violence and teen pregnancy in Kershaw County. The center provides a variety of services and works with law enforcement in those efforts. - photo by Jim Tatum
The Family Resource Center (FRC), formerly the Sexual Assault Center, will mark 30 years in the fight to eradicate child abuse and neglect, sexual assault and violence and teen pregnancy in Kershaw County. The center provides a variety of services, from advocacy, counseling and forensic interviews/investigation to education and community outreach services, FRC Executive Director Rosalyn Moses said. The center works with a variety of partners, including the United Way of Kershaw County, advocacy organizations such as Guardian Ad Litem and social services agencies such as the Department of Social Services, as well as law enforcement.

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