Rape Services for all of South Carolina

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Counselors/Therapists

http://www.alstonwilkessociety.org/community-services.html
Address:3519 Medical Drive
Columbia, SC 29203
Maps and Directions
Phone:803-799-2490
Fax:803-540-7223
Description:The vision is to provide offenders, former offenders, the homeless, troubled youth, veterans and their families the tools they need to become productive citizen members, also provides anger management education classes for first time offenders. Please call for contact information for other counties.


(HelpNet, Inc.)
https://www.helppro.com/
Phone:781-862-5215 Main Office
800-652-0155 Support Line
Description:Online directory of mental health professionals matches users’ needs and interests with therapists’ capabilities.


(Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC))
https://muschealth.org/medical-services/psychiatry
Address:67 President Street
Charleston, SC 29425
Maps and Directions
Phone:843-792-9888
843-792-9162 Oupatient Appointments
843-792-9888 Admission
800-922-5250 Admission - Toll Free
Description:The Institute of Psychiatry at the Medical University of South Carolina helps people of all ages overcome psychiatric and emotional health problems. The Institute has been identified as one of the nation's top 10 psychiatric research centers in guiding the search for treatments of depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, problems with drug and alcohol addiction, and many other disorders. It offers both inpatient and outpatient services.


(SC Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation)
https://verify.llronline.com/LicLookup/LookupMain.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fLicLookup%2fMed%2fMed.aspx%3fdiv%3d16&div=16&AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1
Address:PO Box 11329
Columbia, SC 29211
Phone:803-896-4300
Description:Search for licensed healthcare service providers in your area. Information includes status of license, whether any disciplinary actions have been taken against the provider, and more. Business address is included for some. To search, select a profession from the pull-down menu, then hit Select. On the next screen, enter the name of a city. Health professions listed include chiropractic, counselors, dentistry, massage therapy, medical board (physicians), nursing, occupational therapy, opticians, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy, podiatry, psychology, social worker, speech-language pathology, and veterinary.


(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.


(National Association of Social Workers)
https://www.helppro.com/nasw/BasicSearch.aspx
Description:Find a licensed Social Worker in your area. First read the terms and conditions for use, next select a state, then click on I Agree to Terms - Start Search.


http://www.sccadvasa.org/
Address:1320 Richland St.
P.O. Box 7776
Columbia, SC 29202
Maps and Directions
Phone:800-260-9293 Toll Free
803-256-2900
Fax:803-256-1030
Description:For services in your area, look under Member Programs found on the top bar. SCCADVASA is a statewide advocacy coalition of all the domestic violence shelters and rape crisis centers in South Carolina to represent the needs of victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. It promotes awareness and tries to influence public policy. They provide: technical assistance in the development and expansion of resources and services; statistics and references; training and technical assistance to elected officials, law enforcement, health care agencies, social service agencies and other helping agencies; information and consultation to victims and survivors; and legislative and public policy updates.
On the Web site, one can find educational material on the left side under Everything You Need to Know.


http://www.scvan.org/
Address:13 Executive Pointe Boulevard, Suite 201
Columbia, SC 29210
Maps and Directions
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/SouthCarolinaVictimAssistanceNetwork
Phone:888-852-1900 Toll Free
803-750-1200
Fax:866-473-1272
Description:An advocacy organization for victims and witnesses of crime in South Carolina which promotes awareness and public policy that protects victims. It provides: legislative updates; technical assistance; facilitates training, research and evaluation; educates and coordinates policy development; encourages citizen and victim participation.

On the Web site, one can find resources and services by clicking on Search SCVAN Resources found on the left side of the page.


https://www.ithrive.net/
Address:508 Bethel Street
Clover, SC 29710
Maps and Directions
E-Mail:bwilson@ithrive.net
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/thrivefamilyservices
Phone:803-628-8990
Description:Offers mental health services including outpatient therapy, couples/family therapy and trauma-focused therapy. Accepts Medicaid.