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Mission & Values
We are proud to have assisted countless caregivers and their loved ones, and are honored to share their stories.
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The mission of SCRC is to help families and communities master the challenges of caring for adults with chronic and disabling conditions.
“It’s an honor to be a caregiver and you want to be the best. But you need guidance. The care receiver is on a journey and as the caregiver; you go on that journey with them. There’s no manual that can tell you step-by-step how to do things, especially when things are constantly changing. It’s wonderful to be able to partner with SCRC on this journey.”
– SG, Family Caregiver
“I have benefited so much from the services you have provided, especially the counseling and respite care.You gave me guidance and hope during very difficult times.”
– Anthony, Family Caregiver
“Thank you for your help in finding resources, answering questions and offering support; it allowed me to care for my husband at home until the end.”
– KB, Family Caregiver
“I can’t thank you enough for all you do. You have helped me a great deal, not only with your referrals and sound advice but just listening to me and being kind, patient, and understanding. For checking up on me and following through. Thank you for being so gracious."
– SH, Family Caregiver
“Fortunately, I turned to Southern Caregiver Resource Center. My Family Consultant taught me how to communicate effectively with my brothers and sisters, hold productive meetings that not only helped us coordinate good care for mom, but enabled us to support one another instead of arguing over differences of opinions in her care. I participated in the counseling program (which I never imagined I would need) that really helped me deal with my emotions as I watched mom quickly decline. Mom recently passed away at home, and it has been a devastating loss for everyone. But I am so thankful for the help we received. This journey could not have been done without the support of SCRC. My family and I are forever indebted.”
– Roy, Family Caregiver
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