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Mental Health First Aid

July 14, 2020 - Posted in Education by Karen Hermann
Entramce to Easley high School

 

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health America’s 2020 report on The State of Mental Health in America ranked South Carolina 48th out of 51 citing a higher prevalence of mental illness, and lower rates of access to care. South Carolina ranked 50th out of 51 in the category of youth with a major depressive event who did not receive treatment.

Here is a link to the full study - https://www.mhanational.org/issues/mental-health-america-youth-data 

Thanks to a partnership with Prisma Health, students at Easley High School in Pickens County are being taught mental health first aid. They are learning to recognize the symptoms of mental health problems in themselves and others, and how to access care when it’s needed.

The students say this training reduces the stigma attached to talking about and seeking mental health care.

They are excited to take their new skills into the community as they leave for college, and plans are being made at Easley to expand the training.

If you or someone you know needs help, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. 

The students who participated in the program received contact information for mental health resources in upstate South Carolina. That list can be accessed and printed here and the information is also included below.

Visit www.MentalHealthFirstAid.org for more information including a class/instructor finder.

Email Robyn.Ellison@prismahealth.org to set-up a class

http://www.mha-sc.org/mentalhealthscreenings.php 

 

Find Treatment in South Carolina

http://www.mha-sc.org/findtreatment.php   

 

REFERRAL RESOURCE GUIDE

[Upstate SC]

 

IN AN EMERGENCY OR CRISIS

For assistance in an emergency situation - Dial 911 

 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-TALK (8255) (press 1 for veterans, 2 for Spanish)

 

CRISIS line

864-271-8888 Greenville

864-582-1100 Spartanburg

TEEN line 864-467-8336

 

National Human Trafficking Hotline

+1-888-373-7888

Text: 233733 (BeFree)

 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, ABUSE, AND SEXUAL ASSAULT RESOURCES

National Child Abuse Hotline 

1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453) 

 

National Sexual Assault Hotline

1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

 

National Domestic Violence Hotline

1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

1-800-787-3224 (hearing impaired line)

 

RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)

1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

www.rainn.org

 

Julie Valentine Center Greenville 

864-467-3633 Hotline

864-335-5288 Children’s Advocacy Center

 

Rape Crisis Council of Pickens County

864-442-5500

 

Safe Harbor

864-291-2139

Women’s shelter

 

SAFE Homes- Rape Crisis Coalition

800-273-5066 Hotline

 

Women Reaching Out

( Shelter for women in crisis)

864-834-5600

 

SWITCH

21 ELLISON STREET, GREENVILLE,

SC, 29607,

UNITED STATES

864.350.0281

INFO@SWITCHSC.ORG

SWITCH'S mission is to fight human trafficking and sexual exploitation in the Upstate of South Carolina through awareness, prevention, fighting demand, intervention and restoration. 864-442-5500

 

 

TREATMENT RESOURCES

 

Substance Abuse Treatment

Greenville County Mental Health Center

864-241-1040

SAMHSA’s National Helpline provides free, 24-hour information and referral assistance to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations. 1-800-662-HELP (4357) and http://findtreatment.SAMHSA.gov

National Council for Behavioral Health can assist you in finding a local provider of behavioral health services and support. www.theNationalCouncil.org (click on “Find a Provider”)

 

Substance Use Disorder Groups and Resources

Greenville FAVOR

355 Woodruff Rd Suite 303 Greenville, SC 29607 864-385-7757

 

 

Mental Health Treatment

Greenville County Mental Health Center

864-241-1040

 

Piedmont Mental Health Center

  • 866.949.1319 (Crisis Line)
  • 800.647.2006 (TTY)

SAMHSA’s National Helpline provides free, 24-hour information and referral assistance to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations.

1-800-662-HELP (4357)

 

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Information HelpLine provides information and referral services. 1-800-950-NAMI (6264)

 

National Council for Behavioral Health can assist you in finding a local provider of behavioral health services and support. www.theNationalCouncil.org (click on “Find a Provider”)

 

Mental Health America

CRISISline at 864-271-8888

 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-SUICIDE (800-784-2433)

864-467-3344

mhagc@mhagc.org

 

Veterans Groups

 

Upstate Warrior Solutions

864-520-2073

info@upstatewarriorsolution.org

AmericasWarriorPartnership.org

 

Greenville VA

803-201-4064

 

Greenville VET Center

864-271-2711

 

Greenville Fellow Countrymen

864-399-4520

Nonprofit- transitional housing

 

 

CHILDREN & YOUTH RESOURCES

 

a. Emergency and Referral Services

National Runaway Safe line

1-800-621-4000 

Children’s Advocacy Center Spartanburg , Cherokee County

864-515-9922

 

b. Children and Youth Mental Health Services

Greenville County Mental Health Center

864-241-1040

 

Bethany Christian Services- Greenville

864-235-2273

 

c. Family Mental Health Services

Greenville County Mental Health Center

864-241-1040

 

Mental Health America

864-467-3344

 

d. Children and Youth Substance Abuse Services

Phoenix Center Greenville

864.467.3790

 

Greenville County Mental Health Center

864-241-1040

 

e. Family/Youth Support services - Advocacy Groups:

Federation of Families

803-772-5210 – Office

866-779-0402 – Toll Free

Info@fedfamsc.org

 

Family Connections

1-800-578-8750

info@familyconnectionsc.org

 

Dial 211 to connect to an agency that can help...

Al-Anon/Al-a-teen

District 9 Service (864-235-4638*)

c/o 301 Frostberry Ct, Fountain Inn, SC 29644

 

Greenville Sexual Trauma Center 467-3633

 

Greenville Child Advocacy Center 233-2882

 

Right Decisions Right Now - Non-Smoking Program www.rightdecisionsrightnow.com

 

SC Department of Social Services

1-888-722-2580 (Children's Helpline0

 

RESOURCES FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Support Resources

GLBT National Help Center

1-888-843-4564

www.glnh.org

 

Trevor Project Crisis Line – LGBTQ Youth

1-866-4-U-TREVOR (488-7386)

www.theTrevorProject.org

 

GLBT National Youth Talkline

1-800-246-PRIDE (1-800-246-7743)

www.glnh.org/talkline

 

PFLAG Greenville: The Greenville PFLAG meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month, 7:00 pm-8:30 pm at The American Red Cross building, located at 940 Grove Road, Greenville, SC PFLAGGreenville@gmail.com.

 

SELF-HELP RESOURCES AND GROUPS

Find a time and location of a meeting.

Alcoholics Anonymous 

www.aa.org/pages/en_US/find-aa-resources

 

Narcotics Anonymous

1-888-GET-HOPE (438-4673) (Hopeline)

www.na.org/meetingsearch

 

National Domestic Violence Hotline 

www.al-anon.alateen.org/local-meetings

 

Nar-Anon Family Groups

www.nar-anon.org/find-a-group

 

National Domestic Violence Hotline

www.draonline.org

 

OTHER RESOURCES

Free and confidential information and referral, available 24/7, for help with food, housing, employment, health care, counseling and more - Dial 211

Homeowner’s HOPE™ Hotline provides free comprehensive financial education and confidential foreclosure prevention counseling 24/7.

1-888-995-HOPE (4673)

 

Legal Advice provides legal information, lawyer profiles and a community to help individuals make legal decisions. www.findlaw.com

 

United Way of Greenville

864-467-3300

864-467-3333

 

United Way of Pickens

211 Helpline or 864-850-7094

 

United Way of Anderson County

864-226-3438

 

United Way of Piedmont

864-582-7556

 

Gateway House

864.242.9193

info@gateway-sc.org adult mental health resource for the Greenville community

 

Triune Mercy Center

222 Rutherford St., Greenville, SC 29609

(864) 233-8020

www.triunemercy.org

Triune Mercy Center is a non-denominational mission church that ministers alongside the homeless in downtown Greenville, South Carolina. Medical outreach, food assistance, drug & alcohol recovery, sex trafficking, social work

Salvation Army - Meeting basic human needs https://www.salvationarmycarolinas.org/greenvillesc/

 

Other:

COMMUNITY

A Child's Haven 864-298-0025

American Red Cross - Youth Association 864-282-8655

City of Greenville Parks and Recreation Department - Youth Comission 864-467-8011

Crisis Pregnancy Center 864-233-3823

Department of Juvenile Justice Youth Programs 864-467-5875

Department of Social Services 864-467-7700

Department of Social Services - School Liaison 864-467-7881, Stephen.Corn@dss.sc.gov

Department of Disabilities and Special Needs - Family Learning Resource Center 864-241-4804

Greenville Family Partnership 864-467-4099

Greenville Housing Authority Youth Association 864-467-4278

Greenville Rape Crisis and Child Abuse Center

  • Rape Crisis 24/7 Hotline: (864) 467-3633
  • Children's Advocacy Center: (864) 335-5288

Hands On Greenville 864-242-4224

Julie Valentine Center 864-331-0560

Junior Achievement 864-235-9491

Junior League of Greenville, Inc./ Kids in the Kitchen 233-2663

Mental Health Association of Greenville - TEENline 467-3344,

  • TEENline: 467-TEEN (467-8336)

National Dropout Prevention Network 656-2599

Pendleton Place Children's Shelter 242-6667

Phyllis Wheatley Association 235-3411

Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club 235-6047

SHARE - Youth Crossroads 269-0700,

The Family Effect 864-467-3944

United Way of Greenville County - Volunteer Mobilization Initiative 864-467-3333

Urban League 864-244-3862

Volunteer Greenville 864-467-3400

 

COUNSELING/MENTAL HEALTH

Carolina Center for Behavioral Health 864-235-2335

Carolina Center for Counseling and Behavioral Interventions

864-963-4028

Compass of Carolina 864-467-3434

Greenville Mental Health 864-241-1050

Greenville Counseling Associates 864-286-1500

Piedmont Mental Health 864-963-3421

The Journey Center 864-877-7025

The Phoenix Center 864-467-3790

 

HOUSING & SHELTERS

Day of Hope, United Ministries 864-232-6463

Greenville Housing Authority 864-467-4285

Miracle Hill Boy's Shelter 864-292-0552

Miracle Hill Rescue Mission 864-242-6933

Miracle Hill Shepherd's Gate 864-268-5589

Safe Harbor 864-467-3636

Safe Homes, Rape Crisis Coalition 864-583-9803

Salvation Army 864-235-4803

 

FOOD PANTRY/ASSISTANCE

Angel Food Ministries 864-268-1836

Around the Rainbow 864-801-2595

Clemson University Extension Service 864-232-4431

Daily Bread 864-968-0323

Eastside Crisis Center 864-242-9083

Food Stamps 864-467-7700

Foothills Family Resources 864-836-1100

God's Pantry 1 864-963-4441

God's Pantry 2 864-244-4510

God's Pantry 3 864-963-8854

Golden Strip Emergency Relief and Resources 864-688-2233

Greenville County Health Department (WIC) 864-282-4326

Loaves and Fishes 864-232-3595

Meals on Wheels 864-233-6565

Miracle Hill Relief 864-242-2911

North Greenville Food Crisis Ministry 864-834-7342

Piedmont Emergency Relief Center 864-906-7351

Salvation Army 864-235-4803

Samaritan House 864-299-5898

Triune Mercy Center 864-233-8020

United Ministries 864-232-6463

Zion Home of Restoration 864-235-3131

 

MEDICAL

Greenville Free Clinic 864-688-2250 or 864-232-1470

Greenville Memorial Hospital 864-455-8091

Hillcrest Hospital 864-967-6161

New Horizons 864-233-1534

North Hills 864-232-2734

St. Francis Hospital 864-255-1000

 

SCHOOL/ TUTORING NEEDS

Beck Tutoring Program 864-355-1400

Camp Sunburst 864-404-5070

Carolina Master Scholars, University of South Carolina

803-777-9444

Clemson Reading Skills Program 1-800-978-9596

Furman University Summer Learning Place erikah.haavie@furman.edu

South Carolina Governor's School for Science & Mathematics

843-383-3901

University Test Prep, SAT/ACT Summer Institute 803-777-9444

The National Theatre for Children 1-800-858-3999 ext 1

 

LIBRARIES

Greenville Library 864-242-5000

Augusta Branch 864-277-0161

Sarah Dobey Jones Branch 864-246-1695

Fountain Inn Branch 864-862-2576

W. Jack Greer Library 864-277-7397

Hendricks Branch 864-963-9031

Law Library East North St. 864-467-8486

Jean M. Smith Library 864-877-8722

F.W. Symmes Branch 864-288-6688

Wade Hampton-Taylors 864-268-5955

 

SUPPORT GROUPS

Al-Anon and Alateen

Al-Anon and Alateen provide information and support for the family members and friends of people with alcohol problems. The sites include lists of meetings in the United States and Canada.

 

American Self-Help Group Clearinghouse

American Self-Help Group Clearinghouse is a keyword-searchable database of 1,100 national, international, model and online self-help support groups. Also listed are self-help clearinghouses worldwide, research studies, information on starting face-to-face and online groups and a registry for persons interested in starting national or international self-help groups

 

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

Use the “Find a Support Group Near You” tool on the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance website to find out if a support group is meeting in your area. These are peer-led support groups

 

Eating Disorders Anonymous

Following the 12-step approach used by Alcoholics Anonymous, Eating Disorders Anonymous can help people struggling with eating disorders. The website lists meetings nationwide

 

Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous include information on support groups for drug and alcohol addiction in your area

 

Overeaters Anonymous

Following the 12-step approach used by Alcoholics Anonymous, Overeaters Anonymous can help people struggling with compulsive eating and binge eating. The website lists Overeaters Anonymous meetings nationwide

 

Recovery International

Recovery International, a self-help mental health organization, sponsors weekly group peer-led meetings in many communities, as well as telephone and Internet-based meetings. Click “Find a Meeting” to find the next Recovery International meeting in your area.

 

Schizophrenia and Related Disorders Alliance of America (Schizophrenics Anonymous) Schizophrenics Anonymous is comprised of self-help groups established to support the recovery of people who experience schizophrenia. The website lists locations of self-help groups

 

SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS

 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Smokefree.gov) Smokefree.gov, created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, provides ideas about how to stop using tobacco. Includes downloadable resources and contacts for online and phone counseling

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc.

The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence website features information on local resources for getting help for a substance use concern, fact sheets and further information for friends, family members, parents and youth on having a conversation about substance use.

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism is the lead agency for U.S. research on alcohol use disorders and health

Start Your Recovery

Start Your Recovery works with leading experts in effectively treating substance use issues to offer people a single source of relatable, reliable information at any stage of their recovery journey.

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

NIDA provides links to information for parents, teens, health professionals, teachers and others about various drug use problems.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

(SAMHSA) SAMHSA’s website has information about substance use disorders of all kinds. It includes information for the public, including families, health professionals, schools and individuals. The website also includes a treatment finder to locate a substance use treatment provider in your area

DrugScreening.org

DrugScreening.org is a drug use screening site with a questionnaire to help you determine if you or someone you know might have a drug use problem.

AlcoholScreening.org Alcohol

Screening.org is an alcohol use screening site developed by the Boston University School of Public Health. It includes an online test about your own, or someone else’s, level of alcohol use, including advice about cutting down or getting professional treatment.

 

PSYCHOSIS AND PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS

 

Brain & Behavior Research Foundation

The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation website provides downloadable fact sheets on psychotic disorders.

 

Pendulum

Pendulum is a nooprofit organization providing information on bipolar disorder. The website includes book review, discussion forums, articles and links to other resources.

 

Schizophrenia.com

Schizophrenia.com provides information, support and education to family members, caregivers and individuals whose lives have been affected by schizophrenia.

 

ANXIETY DISORDERS

 

Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA)

ADAA promotes the early diagnosis, treatment and cure of anxiety disorders.

Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine

The Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital has an online store offering CDs, DVDs and books on relaxation techniques.

E-couch

The E-couch website provides information about emotional problems (including depression and anxiety disorders) – what causes them, how to prevent them and how to treat them. It also provides a set of evidence-based online interventions designed to equip the user with strategies to improve mood and emotional state, along with a workbook to track progress and record experiences.

Freedom From Fear

The Freedom From Fear website provides information, screening tools and other resources on many types of anxiety disorders.

Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation

The Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation website includes information about obsessive-compulsive disorder, including information about effective treatments, how to find a health professional who has experience treating the disorder and links to other helpful websites.

 

DEPRESSION AND SUICIDAL INTENTIONS

American Association of Suicidology

The American Association of Suicidology (AAS) promotes research, public awareness programs, public education and training for professionals and volunteers. AAS also serves as a national clearinghouse for information on suicide.

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) provides information about suicide, support for survivors, prevention, research and more.

Brain & Behavior Research Foundation

The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation website provides information and downloadable fact sheets on depressive disorders.

Mental Health America Visit Mental Health America’s screening tools page for information on mental health, getting help and taking action.

Depression Screening

The Depression Screening website is sponsored by Mental Health America as part of the Campaign for America’s Mental Health. The mission of this website is to educate people about clinical depression, offer a confidential way for people to get screened for symptoms of depression and guide people toward appropriate professional help if necessary.

MoodGYM

MoodGYM has been evaluated in a scientific trial and found to be effective in relieving depression symptoms if people work through it systematically. This website uses cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) methods to teach people to use ways of thinking that can help prevent depression.

Postpartum Support International

Postpartum Support International’s (PSI) website includes resources for support, education and local providers focusing on the emotional changes that women experience during pregnancy and postpartum, including postpartum depression. PSI’s toll-free help line is staffed by a team of trained responders who rapidly refer callers to appropriate local resources, including emergency services. 800-944-4PPD (4773)

Progressive Relaxation

Download two progressive relaxation tapes from the Hobart and William Smith Colleges website.

Suicide Prevention Resource Center

The Suicide Prevention Resource Center has fact sheets on suicide by state and by population characteristics, as well as on many other subjects.

 

NONSUICIDAL SELF-INJURY

Focus Adolescent Services

The Focus Adolescent Services website is designed for parents and covers a wide range of mental health problems, including a section on self-injury.

S.A.F.E. Alternatives (Self-Abuse Finally Ends)

S.A.F.E. Alternatives is a residential treatment program for people who engage in self-injury. The website includes information about self-injury and about starting treatment. S.A.F.E information line: 1-800-DONT CUT (366-8288)

 

GENERAL MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

Mental Health America

Visit Mental Health America’s site for information on mental health, getting help, and taking action.

National Council for Behavioral Health

To locate mental health and addictions treatment facilities in your community, use the “Find a Provider” feature on the National Council’s website.

National Empowerment Center

The mission of the National Empowerment Center is to carry a message of recovery, empowerment, hope and healing to those diagnosed with a mental illness. The center provides information and advocacy resources.

National Institute of Mental Health (Mental Illness Among U.S. Adults)

The National Institute of Mental Health website provides prevalence statistics pertaining to mental illnesses, including data by age, gender and race.

President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health

This commission report was released in 2003 as part of an effort to eliminate inequality for Americans with disabilities. It was tasked to “promote successful community integration for adults with a serious mental illness and children with a serious emotional disturbance.” The report describes problems and gaps in the U.S. mental health system and makes recommendations for improvements at the federal, state and local levels of government, as well as private and public health care providers.

World Health Organization (Disability from Mental Illness)

The World Health Organization website contains information on the global burden of disease in various parts of the world, including burden due to mental disorders.

National Alliance on Mental Illness NAMI 

Nonprofit, grassroots, self-help, support and advocacy organization of individuals with mental disorders and their families. Their website provides resources on mental disorders that are helpful for people who have experienced mental illness and their families, including support groups, education and training.

 

For Veterans, Servicemembers and Their Families

View the full list on page 15 of the Resource Guide here

 

NAMI - Family Support Groups

Columbia

Trenholm Road United Methodist Church 

3401 Trenholm Road, Columbia, SC Tuesdays at 6 pm (except for second Tuesday of each month) Contact: wieriii@att.net Trenholm Road United Methodist Church 3401 Trenholm Road, Columbia, SC Thursdays at 6:00 pm Contact: wieriii@att.net

 

NAMI Connections - Support group for people with a mental illness

Columbia

Bridges Clubhouse 2105 Commerce Dr., Cayce Mondays at 6:00 pm Contact: (803) 796-6179 

Trenholm Road United Methodist Church 3401 Trenholm Road, Columbia, SC Tuesdays at 6:00 pm (except for the second Tuesday of each month) Contact: wieriii@att.net 

Dorn VA Hospital 6439 Garners Ferry Rd, Columbia, SC Building 106, Room A-237 Wednesdays at 3:00 pm Contact: namivasc@sc.rr.com 

Trenholm Road United Methodist Church 3401 Trenholm Road, Columbia, SC Thursdays at 6:00 pm Contact: wieriii@att.net

Easley

Tri City Baptist Church 1401 Griffin Mill Rd, Easley, SC Last Mondays at 06:00 PM Contact: michelleready@hotmail.com

Greenville

Westminster Presbyterian Church 2310 Augusta St, Greenville, SC Mondays at 06:15 PM Contact: info@namigreenvillesc.org

Okatie

Bluffton-OKatie Outpatient Center 40 Okatie Center Blvd #100, Okatie, SC Wednesdays at 06:30 PM Contact: nami@hargray.com

Pendleton

Pendleton United Methodist Church 217 S. Broad St, Pendleton, SC 1st Tuesdays at 06:15 PM Contact:michelleready@hotmail.com

Rock Hill

Oakland Ave Presbyterian Church 421 Oakland Ave, Rock Hill, SC 1st Tuesdays at 07:00 PM Contact: geofftarleton@aol.com *Group meets in "The Hut"

 

Postpartum Support

 

Charleston

Charleston Support Group Lutheran Church of the Redeemer 714 Riverdale Drive, Charleston, SC 1st & 3rd Thursday every month 7:30pm-8:30pm Contact: Helena Bradford (843)881-2047

Columbia

Postpartum FREE Lunch Group Palmetto Health 9 Medical Park Drive, Columbia, SC 1st Thursday every month 11:30 am- 1 pm Contact: Virginia Williams (803)296-3715 

Wee Remember Palmetto Health 9 Medical Park Drive, Columbia, SC 4th Tuesday every month 6:30 pm- 8:30pm Contact: (803) 296-5635

  • For parents who have experienced infant or pregnancy loss 

 

Postpartum Support Group of the Upstate 

Parkside Pediatrics 211 Batesville Road, Simpsonville, SC 1st  Thursday every month 7:00pm Contact: Susan Breisch (864) 419-3289

 

Survivor Support Groups

Augusta

Trinity Hospice Community Bereavement Center 2803 Wrightsboro, Rd, Augusta Georgia 4th Sundays at 3:00 PM Contact: (706) 863-6785

Columbia

Westminster Presbyterian Church 1715 Broad River Road, Columbia, SC 1st Tuesday each month, 7 to 8:30 PM Contact: jkletter@bellsouth.net

Florence

Mcleod Hospice House 1203 East Cheves Street, Florence, SC 3rd Monday, 6:30pm-8:00pm Contact: dlee@clarendon3.org

Greenville

Mental Health America of Greenville County 301 University Ridge, Suite 5600, Greenville, SC Contact: sos@mhagc.org

Greenwood

Lowell Street United Methodist Church 300 Lowell Ave., Greenwood, SC 2nd Monday Contact: chaneys@nctv.com

Hilton Head Island

Hilton Head Island / Bluffton 119 Palmetto Way, Bluffton, SC usually 3rd or 4th Monday Contact: rwoodruff@hospicecare.lc.org

Horry County

Murrell’s Inlet Mall/ Meeting Hall 12125 Highway 17 Byp, Murrells Inlet, SC 1st Wednesday, 6 pm Contact: pmdorfer@peoplepc.com

North Charleston

211 Hotline N. Charleston, SC Contact: 211director@tuw.org

Spartanburg

Morningside Baptist Church 897 South Pine Street, Spartanburg, SC 2nd Monday each month Contact: wfhyatt@bellsouth.net

Sumter

St. Johns Methodist Church 136 Poinsett Drive, Sumter, SC 1st Thursday, 7 PM Contact: cokerrt@dhec.sc.gov

 

 

 

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