Mental Health Services for all of South Carolina

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Support Groups

https://fedfamsc.org/
Address:810 Dutch Square Boulevard, Suite 205
Columbia, SC 29202
Maps and Directions
E-Mail:info@fedfamsc.org
Phone:803-772-5210
866-779-0402 Toll-Free
Fax:803-772-5212
Description:The Federation of Families of South Carolina is a nonprofit organization established to serve the families of children with any degree of emotional, behavioral or psychiatric disorder. The services and programs offered by the Federation are designed to meet the individual and varying needs of families around the state.


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.


https://namisc.org/
Address:PO Box 1267
Columbia, SC 29202
E-Mail:namisc@namisc.org
Phone:803-733-9592
800-788-5131 HelpLine
Fax:803-733-9593
Description:This is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life and treatment for people who suffer from mental illness and their families, through education, support and advocacy. They offer classes for families helping them to understand psychiatric disorders and how to care for their loved ones. They offer classes for professional providers of care, crisis intervention training, support for sufferers of psychiatric disorders,and support groups for their families.


(Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Institute of Psychaitry)
https://www.musc.edu/ncvc
Office Name:Department of Behavioral Sciences
Address:67 President Street, IOP 2 South, MSC 861
Charleston, SC 29425
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E-Mail:ncvc-clinic@musc.edu
Phone:843-792-8209
Fax:843-792-5041
Description:The center offers a variety of assessment, intervention and treatment services to adults and children who are victims of violent crimes, as well as their families. They also treat victims of other forms of trauma, such as automobile accidents, house fires and natural disasters. Has several different programs including a community outreach program for those who are unable to come to the clinic; a Hispanic outreach program called Esperanza; and a program that helps domestic violence victims. A psychiatrist is also available once a week for to check patients' physical health and consult on medications. Services may be free for those who qualify for the SC Crime Victims Compensation program.


(SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs)
https://www.ddsn.sc.gov/consumers/advocacyorgs/Pages/default.aspx
Description:This site lists organizations which provide assistance and support for people dealing with autism, brain injury, mental retardation, and spinal cord injury. Contact information and brief descriptions of services offered are given for each group.