Pendleton Place

Our Mission is to keep children safe and support families
in crisis through prevention, assessment, and intervention. 

Our Vision is a community where children are safe,
families are strong, and victims become whole again.
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Volunteer and Chaperone Opportunities


  • Every Monday, Wednesday,Thursday from 5:00-7:00pm
    (Homework help)
  • Every Tuesday Night:
  • Every Friday Night:  Fast Food Friday
  • April 14-18, Spring Break:  Various activities going on throughout the week (chaperones and more activities needed) 

    Interested in chaperoning an outing or spending time with the residents doing some of these activities?  Do you have ideas about outings or activities that residents may enjoy? Please contact Brandon Blake at
    516-1237 or by email.

      We would love to come speak to your group or organization about Pendleton Place and the issue of child abuse and neglect in our community.   

    We can tailor our presentation to fit your group's needs.  We can also provide tours of our facilities.


    Just give us a call! 864.467.3650 or

      email  us.
    Free, Sunday Parent Support Group

    Do you wish there was a place you could go to talk about the everyday stress of raising children?


    A place where caregivers support each other and work together to find the best solutions for families?


    Join our FREE Parent Support Group! We weekly with separate sessions for men, women, and children (all available at different locations on the Pendleton Place campus at the same time).


    For more information or to sign up to attend, contact Teri Walker McLaughlin at 864.516.1219 or via  email.

    To find out more about Parent's Anonymous,  click here.
    Spring is in the Air!
    April 2014 Newsletter
    April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

    Join us in raising awareness and helping bring solutions to the table.

    By now you have  seen the blue pinwheels all across Greenville and other areas as well.  These pinwheels help bring attention to the issues of Child Abuse and ways that it can be prevented.
    • Child abuse occurs at every socioeconomic level, across ethnic and cultural lines, within all religions and at all levels of education.
    • A report of child abuse is made every ten seconds
    • About 30% of abused and neglected children will later abuse their own children, continuing the horrible cycle of abuse
    • More than four children die every day as a result of child abuse

    For more information check out:
     Project Pinwheel
    Testimony from Supervised Visitation Network Director

    I wanted to share some thoughts from an amazing session we experienced at the Supervised Visitation Network Safety Summit in Greenville, SC.  I'd like to start by expressing my gratitude to our local member host, Family Bridges of Pendleton Place for Children and Families for their contribution to curriculum, instruction and coordination of guest presenters. Having experts in their fields speak to how their specific expertise interlaces with safety needs in supervised visitation, is an unique opportunity for SVN Members at Regional Trainings.


    It was an honor to have Sergeant Jennings Autrey of Greenville County Sheriff's office and Family Bridges director Teri McLaughlin speak to and model the importance of developing a plan for law enforcement and  Visitation providers collaborating  to increase safety for families in supervised visitation.  The importance of this effort was clearly demonstrated with review of recent tragedies at supervised visitations that might have been prevented with sound safety practices and responses identified and consistently implemented.  As we combined the knowledge of  batterer tactics and the fact that past behavior is the best predictor of future behavior , it became painfully evident that visitation services provided  without consistently implemented safety practices is a potentially lethal combination.

    To read the rest of this article, click here.  
    Wish Lists
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    Whether you or your friends want to donate items to Pendleton Place as a whole or specifically to one of our programs, we have the perfect list for you!  

    Click here
    to check out the wish lists!
    Columbia College Alternative Spring Break team spent 4 days with us here at Pendleton Place working extremely hard.  They did everything from maintenance tasks to mailing letters.  The team flew through the tasks they were given without hesitation, making it a challenge to keep them busy.  Thank you CCMOASB for your hard work and the commitment you showed to our organization!  We are grateful for the time spent with us!

    To see pictures of the team and their work, click here.

    You can also follow their trip via Twitter.  Just follow @CCMOASB!
    Volunteer of the Month

    Congratulations to Heather Curtis, our March Volunteer of the Month!  Heather has been a huge help sorting and organizing our library, art supplies, and working in the clothing closet.  Thank you Heather!!  We truly appreciate your help and dedication to Pendleton Place!
    Girl's Circle

    Residential Supervisor, Ramona Mayfield, facilitates a weekly "Girls Circle", a group for adolescent and teenage girls. The Girls Circle model, a structured support group for girls from 9-18 years, integrates relational theory, resiliency practices, and skills training in a specific format designed to increase positive connection, personal and collective strengths, and competence in girls.   


    To find out more about this evidence-base program,  

    click here. 

    Pendleton Place for Children and Families | 864-467-3650 |
    [email protected] |
    P.O. BOX 10323
    Greenville, SC 29603
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