To our EAP Families and Staff,
As the sun rises, we assess the damage across the state and we begin our recovery together. I am saddened at the loss our communities have endured but hopeful for our future. I want all our families and staff to know they are not alone during this time. People in all of the affected areas are in our hearts and in our thoughts.
Today we have mobilized our staff to donate and collect food, water, toiletries and toys. If you wish to donate, you can bring items to your nearest clinic and we will send them to area shelters, Red Cross and/or Harvest Hope Food Bank. If you are in need of any of these items, please contact your local clinic, or email us and we will work with you so that you can obtain what you need.
EAP clinics throughout South Carolina are open and as therapists are capable of traveling safely we are available to provide services for our clients. We understand that many schools remain closed so we will be offering additional daytime hours to help families affected by the storm. Please contact your local clinic for up-to-date information.
If any of our staff or families need assistance, please contact us. Our military services director, Jacqui Abrams, is coordinating all activities and support for the recovery effort. You can email her at EAPcares@earlyautismproject.com or contact your local clinic.
Committed to our community,
Executive Vice President
Chief Operating Officer
Early Autism Project
As of January 2, 2020, all Early Autism Project clinics have officially been transitioned to ChanceLight Autism Services clinics. This page will be replaced with the ChanceLight Autism Services website in February 2020.
Please visit our new website here: autismservices.chancelight.com.