Dementia Services for Richland County

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Mental Health Clinics/Programs

http://www.state.sc.us/dmh/camhc/index.html
Address:2715 Colonial Drive, Suite 100
Columbia, SC 29203
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Phone:803-898-4800 Main
803-896-4982 TTY
Fax:803-898-4007
Description:The Columbia Area Mental Health Center is one of seventeen Community Mental Health Centers in South Carolina operating under the auspices of the South Carolina Department of Mental Health (SCDMH). This center serves as the administrative office for mental health services provided by SCDMH in Fairfield and Richland counties. As part of the service delivery network of the SCDMH, this local office provides or will assist persons in obtaining a variety of mental health services and supports according to their assessed needs. The services they have are: long term treatment for those who have a chronic mental illness, treatment for borderline personality disorder, adult foster care for those who are mentally ill, a hospital liaison program, and mental health court to divert inmates from jail to treatment. There is also centers that have a psychosocial rehabilitation program and provide services to young adults.
Office Name:Adult Clinic Services
Phone:803-898-0123
Fax:803-898-0154
Description:The Adult Clinic Services is a comprehensive clinic providing out-patient mental health services.
Office Name:Emergency Services/ Intake Services
Address:2715 Colonial Drive, Suite 200B
Columbia, SC 29203
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Phone:803-898-8888 (Emergency Services)
803-898-0152 (Intake Services)
Fax:803-343-0727 (Emergency Services)
803-898-4022 (Intake Services)
Description:Provides emergency services by providing assessment and crisis intervention.


(University of South Carolina)
https://psych.sc.edu/psc/front-page
Address:2221 Devine Street, Suite 100
Columbia, SC 29205
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E-Mail:PSYCPSC@mailbox.sc.edu
Phone:803-777-7302
Fax:803-777-7363
Description:Offers offers psychotherapy and behavioral interventions for children, adolescents, and adults to help them deal more effectively in academic, work, family, and other social situations. Therapists are USC students who are Ph.D. candidates in clinical-community psychology.