When Shannon Norman Walker took her foster child to the hospital for a mental health emergency, she didn’t know much about the state of South Carolina’s mental health care system.
But after seeing her child spend more than a week waiting at Conway Medical Center for a spot to open up in a Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility, Walker is ready to push for change.
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