State funding paying for BHS move to Easley

By Jason Evans
Staff Reporter

EASLEY — Behavioral Health Services of Pickens County executive director Angie Farmer believes the path that led to the agency’s future home in Easley was “divinely arranged.”

Finding one building to house all the departments of the agency — currently spread out among four buildings on Main Street in Pickens — had been a longtime goal of hers.

On Monday afternoon, Farmer and several of the agency’s board members met at the former Alice Manufacturing office at 208 E. First Ave. in Easley to publicly

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