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Monday, May 18, 2009


The mission of HopeHealth is to increase access to comprehensive primary and preventive healthcare and to improve the health status of underserved and vulnerable populations in our community.


As one of the leading public health providers in the Pee Dee, Edisto, and Lower Savannah regions, HopeHealth will assemble and integrate a comprehensive range of health and human service resources to provide the very best in patient care, prevention, and support services in a warm, friendly environment.

As an organization that values innovation, HopeHealth will improve the health of the communities we serve through the development of new and better models of care, prevention, and support services.

Through careful stewardship of our resources, we will preserve and advance HopeHealth's ability to meet its commitment to the people of the Pee Dee, Edisto, and Lower Savannah regions.


As employees of HopeHealth and leaders in the community, we are committed to promoting the following values:

We advocate and emulate high ethical conduct in all we do.

Possibility Thinking
We proactively look for creative solutions to complex and difficult problems.

We lead through example and by mentoring others. We also recognize that leadership requires both concern for people and concern for productivity.

We show sensitivity for the people we serve by the actions we take and the words we speak.

Lifelong Learning
We recognize lifelong learning as essential to our ability to innovate and continually improve ourselves, our organization, and our community.

We advocate inclusion and embrace the differences of those with whom we work and the communities we serve.

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Transitional Shelter

Head Start As long as hunger and homelessness exists, there will be a Transistional Shelter provided by the Pee Dee CAP. Reverend Mack Hines oversees the program and applies his faith and knowledge of help and care to those who are most in need. Stay up to 6 months.

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