Connie Maxwell Adds Satellite Locations
In 1980, Connie Maxwell opened a satellite location in Greenville called the Earl Street Group Home for Girls.
In 1981, Connie Maxwell acquired the Pee Dee Crisis Center in Florence.
Connie Maxwell established the Adventure Based Counseling program in 1984, as a fun way to build trust, self-esteem, and confidence among children and groups. The program, still utilized today, relies on strategic games, and physical challenges to help groups reach goals.
In 1988, 43 students received residential care at Cooper Nixon, Connie Maxwell’s crisis care cottage.
In 1993, Connie Maxwell continued expanding its presence around the state by acquiring the Brookland Home for Boys in Orangeburg.
In 1993, the Board of Trustees elected Dr. Jimmy McAdams as the next president of Connie Maxwell. Under his leadership, CMCH expanded its services to the Midlands and Lowcountry of South Carolina.