Mental Health Services for all of South Carolina

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Social Services

http://www.mha-sc.org
Address:1823 Gadsden Street
Columbia, SC 29201
Maps and Directions
Phone:803-779-5363
Description:Mental Health America, formally known as the Mental Health Association, is the oldest mental health advocacy organization in the nation. It is a grassroots, volunteer organization which educates civic groups, churches, the media, elected officials and the public about mental illness. It helps clients navigate the state mental health system and lobbies for sound mental health practices and funding in the S.C General Assembly. Click on "Affiliate Relations" to find contact information on a local affiliate near you.


(South Carolina Network of Children's Advocacy Centers)
https://www.cac-sc.org/directory
Address:P.O. Box 2195
Columbia, SC 29202
E-Mail:admin@cac-sc.org
Phone:803-576-7250
Description:This list has centers that work with medical professionals, social workers, and law enforcement to perform forensic medical exams and assessments, to ensure the safety of the of the child, and to provide counseling and treatment to child victims and their families.


https://www.uwasc.org/
Address:300 Arbor Lake Drive, Suite 100
Columbia, SC 29223
Maps and Directions
Phone:803-929-1000
Fax:866-488-6462
Description:This is the Website of the state office of The United Way. The goal of the United Way Association of South Carolina is to be a key influence in public policy, give support to the local chapters and provides leadership training to other non-profits. Local United Way agencies provide a variety of social services, including information and referral for emergency or non-emergency needs such as: counseling, food and shelter, suicide prevention, emergency shelter for children and battered women, and other human service needs. To find a United Way in your area, click on United Way Locator at the top of the page. To use the statewide database of services, click on 2-1-1.


https://www.womenslaw.org/laws/sc/state-law-overview
Description:WomensLaw.org provides easy-to-understand legal information to women living with or escaping domestic violence. Their national site provides state specific legal information to help women who are victims of domestic abuse. Here you will find a list of organizations in South Carolina that can help victims of domestic violence by providing counseling and support, shelter, and advocacy.