15 years in the making

 

 

 

Fairfield Behavioral Health Services kicked off its Recovery Month activities in honor of September’s National Recovery Month with the groundbreaking of a new outpatient treatment facility. “Much prayer, preparation, perseverance and the power of partnerships got us to this point,” says Vernon Kennedy Sr., Executive Director. “Thank you to all who attended and special thanks to Mr. David Whitaker, Funeral Director and Owner of Palmetto Funeral Services for allowing us to use your grounds, chairs, tent and podium.” This new outpatient treatment facility will be a tremendous enhancement for service delivery for clientele, families, staff, Board of Directors, partners and the community at large. It will provide better privacy, opportunity for expected growth, adequate space, and a more practical location.  Pictured are Coroner Chris Hill, left, Attorney Kay Boulware (FBHS Board Member); Councilman Doug Pauley (FBHS Board County Liaison); Councilman Bertha Goins, Jannita Gaston (FBHS Board Member); Rev. Qunicy Pringle (FBHS Board Chair); Councilman Neil Robinson; Alan George, (First Community Bank); Vernon Kennedy Sr. (FBHS Executive Director); andSheriff Will Montgomery.

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