Comprehensive Health and Family Services
P. O. Box 30328
5711 N, Main Suite B
Columbia, SC 29230
ph: 1-803-333-8003 or Toll-free 1-888-410-3130
Comprehensive Health and Family Systems of care are developed on behavioral health, mental health and medical needs of children, adolescents, adults and their families which are met within their home, school, and community environments. These systems are also developed around these principles: Child-Centered, Family-Driven, Strength-Based, and Culturally Competent with interagencies collaboration. Comprehensive Health and Family Services have embrace and promote these core principles of systems of care.
Comprehensive Health and Family Services objectives for children and their families are to promote the community primary behavioral, mental, health and family services care provision and other services within the context of a system of care that weaves behavioral healthcare, mental healthcare, medical healthcare and other supports into a coordinated fabric of services to meet the diverse, highly individual, and changing behavioral, mental, medical, educational, and supportive needs of children, adolescents, and adults with severe emotional disturbance, and untreated serious health conditions due to the lack of income.
The system-of-care model is based on a philosophy built on three hallmark tenets:
(1)Primary care behavioral health, mental health, medical treatment and family services systems are driven by the needs and preferences of the child and family;
(2) Services are community based; their management is built on multi-agencies collaborations;
(3) The services offered by Comprehensive Health and Family Services, community/faith based organizations and other agencies participating, and the programs generated to meet the primary care behavioral health, mental health and other needs of the children, adolescents, adults and their families are both responsive and sensitive to the cultural context and other characteristics of the populations being served.
We have developed a system of care consistent with the theoretical model.
Communities must focus its developmental and program activities at two distinct levels:
(1) Infrastructure to house, organize, coordinate, and manage the integration and conduct of program elements
(2) Service delivery to undertake the services and interventions that directly serve and involve children, adolescents, adults and their families.
"Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do."
— Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: was a German writer and polymath
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Age (as of July 31st)
Max Stripped Weight + Uniform Allowance = Max Dressed Weight
7 and Under
85 + 5 = 90 lbs
9 and Under
100 + 5 = 105 lbs
Protected Age 7 as of 12/31
Protected Age 8 as of 12/31
Protected Age 9 as of 12/31
*Instructional Division can be established/adjusted as your Conference sees fit, adjust to the needs of your area with this chart as a Guideline.
Age and/or Grades can be combined to fit the needs of your area
Sample playing rules for Instructional Division play can be found online.
Pre-Game Weigh-In Must Be Conducted Prior To Each Game
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