Adult Outpatient

Our Mental Health Professionals assist adults who recognize that their problems are interfering with their daily life by assessing problems and helping clients find solutions. This assistance is provided through assessment interviews, individual therapy, group therapy, psychiatric assessment, medication administration and monitoring, and case management services.

Child, Adolescent, and Family

Our program for Children, Adolescents, and their Families consists of professionally trained staff that work with emotionally disturbed youth and provide a wide range of services for children and adolescents. Help is available for youth suffering from depression, behavior problems, poor peer relationships, withdrawal, physical and sexual abuse, and adolescents who are functioning below their normal level. These services place a strong emphasis on family involvement, helping to strengthen a family and give them hope for positive change. We work closely with assisting community agencies to assist in all types of treatment.

Community Rehabilitation and Support

Consumers who are discharged from a psychiatric hospital, as well as those who have a major mental illness and live in the community, usually need continued support, rehabilitation, and treatment. The mission of the Community-Based Rehabilitation (Community Integration) Program is to assist clients in need of extended mental health services in attaining their highest level of functioning in the community. Hospitalized clients are visited to initiate plans for discharge and follow-up services.

School Mental Health

Greater Greenville Mental Health Center and Greenville County Schools have partnered to create one of the most expansive school mental health programs in the nation. We offer mental health services on site in every public school in Greenville County. School Mental Health Therapists are caring, non-judgmental professionals who value developing connections with students and families and are stationed in schools. They integrate into the professional teams of the schools they serve. From their offices at schools, mental health therapists offer individual therapy, family therapy, assessments and crisis intervention services. They can also offer group therapy, behavior modification, and other rehabilitative behavioral health services. School mental health therapists regularly collaborate with teachers, administrators, and school teams, and they participate in the prevention and early intervention efforts of their schools. To get started, simply contact your child’s school and ask to speak to the mental health therapist.

Co-Occuring Disorders Treatment Program

Co-occurring disorders and dual diagnosis are terms used for when a person experiences a mental illness and a substance use problem at the same time.

According to National Alliance on Mental Illness, about half of people living with a severe mental illness are also experiencing a problem with substance abuse. Greenville MHC provides an integrated treatment program where these problems are treated with evidenced-based practices including Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. Services are provided by licensed therapists, doctors, nurses who believe it is important to create an environment where a person can receive effective treatment without judgement.

Hispanic Services

Aquí en nuestra clínica, ofrecemos terapia individual para los adultos o para los niños. Podemos ayudar con varios problemas de depresión, nerviosismo, trauma, cambios de cultura, trastornos de concentración, y víctimas de abuso físico o sexual. Si quiere pedir una cita, se puede llamar al 864 241-1040.

Helpful links: SC Hispanic Alliance | SC Hispanic Outreach

Homeless Program

Our Mental Health Professionals go into the community and concentrate on outreach and engaging in treatment persons that are homeless and dealing with a major mental illness. The program provides a continuum of services and works in collaboration with other homeless providers in the community. The staff helps people find shelter, food, clothing, financial resources, mental health treatment when necessary, and other assistance as identified with the goal to reduce the number of homeless mentally ill living on the street.

Supportive Employment

We work together with Vocational Rehabilitation to place patients with a chronic mental illness in productive, paying jobs. We provide support to these patients while they're working to help them succeed on the job.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services

A Master's level professional social worker, fluent in American Sign Language and knowledgeable in deaf culture, provides individual, family, and group counseling to deaf and hard of hearing persons who experience mental or emotional illnesses. This service is part of a larger network of treatment programs delivered to the deaf community by the SC Department of Mental Health. Our TTY telephone number is 864-241-1063.

Consultation, Education, and Prevention Services

We seek to raise public awareness of mental health issues in our community through public relations efforts including talks, speeches, seminars, and press information. Special emphasis is placed on prevention of mental illness. Our staff provides a variety of educational programs designed in response to requests from the community.