1. Greenville Mental Health Center Crisis Hotline for Adults/Teens
Description: The Greenville Mental Health Center is a facility that provides mental health services to adults, children, adolescents, and their families. Their services include a TEENline and CRISISline, adult acute services, rehabilitation services for psychiatry populations that have been discharged from the hospital, outpatient services, services for the deaf and hard of hearing, and senior services. There are also services for the Hispanic population. Major insurances are accepted, including Medicare and Medicaid. Staff are available to discuss payment plans for clients and their families. Please contact them directly or visit their web site for more information on their services.
2. Mental Health of America CRISISline
Phone – 864-271-8888 (Greenville County), 864-582-1100 (Spartanburg County)
Text – TEXT CRISISLINE TO 839863 (TEXTME)
Online Chat – http://www.mhagc.org/teenline.php
Description: Mental Health of America CRISISline is a 24-hour, 7-day a week confidential hotline offering a nonjudgmental sounding board for people to talk about life’s struggles. Trained phone workers are available to offer a listening ear and to provide community resources and crisis intervention. CRISISline answers more than 11,000 calls annually from people struggling with the choices of life. Certified by the American Association of Suicidology, the line staffs workers trained in active listening, brainstorming and crisis intervention/suicide prevention.
3. Bethany Christian Services (Greenville)
Phone – 864-235-2273
Description: Faith-based program for pregnancy testing, pregnancy counseling, post-abortion counseling, single parent counseling, support groups, babies clothing and supply closet, and adoption services. 24 hour telephone hotline available.
4. Greenville “211” United Way Crisis Hotline
Description: Information and referral 24 hours a day for human services needs such as: counseling, food and shelter, suicide prevention, emergency shelter for children and battered women, and other services.
5. Julie Valentine Center (Greenville)
Description: Works to stop sexual violence and child abuse and the impact of these crimes through prevention, investigation, collaboration, treatment and advocacy. This facility provides child forensic interviews, crisis counseling, victim advocacy, family support, law enforcement partnership and educational programs. Provides 24-hour hotline, 24 hour crisis intervention, victim accompaniment through legal system, victim advocate training, support groups for all ages, and a library of related information.
6. Safe Harbor (Greenville)
Description: Provides free and confidential information and help to victims of domestic violence. Services include: 24-hour crisis counseling, emergency shelter, victim advocacy, legal assistance, case management, information and referral, support groups, and children’s services. CODA also offers: outreach services, community education and volunteer opportunities.
7. NAMI Spartanburg (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
Description: Provides free education, support and advocacy to individuals and their families who have dealt with mental illnesses. This program is a safe environment to share your experiences and receive helpful resources.
8. Repost Abuse Domestic/Community in SC
Description: If you experience or suspect someone you know is experiencing domestic violence or suspect elder abuse, neglect or exploitation call. This support line is available everyday, 24hrs.
9. Repost Abuse Nursing Home/Long Term Care Facility
Description: If you experience or suspect someone you know is experiencing domestic violence or suspect elder abuse, neglect or exploitation call. This support line is available everyday, 24HRS. In an emergency call 911 or the local police.
10. Greenville Area Parkinson Society
Description: Local non-profit organization that offers support, education and advocacy to people living with Parkinson’s Disease, their care partners, spouses and families.
1. National Suicide Prevention Hotline
Description: If you or someone you know is suicidal or in emotional distress, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Site exit disclaimer. Trained crisis workers are available to talk 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Your confidential and toll-free call goes to the nearest crisis center in the Lifeline national network. These centers provide crisis counseling and mental health referrals.
2. American Association of Poison Control Centers
Description: The number for Poison Control in the United States. Call this number 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to talk to a poison specialist. Call right away if you have a poison emergency. You can also use this number if you have a question about a poison or about poison prevention. Call 911 right away if the individual collapses, has a seizure, has trouble breathing, or can’t be awakened.
3. National Domestic Violence Hotline
Description: If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence or are a survivor of abuse, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline. You can contact this number if you are looking for support, seeking care or advice. You can call or text the number above and an advocate will respond and assist you.
4. National Disaster Distress Helpline
Description: SAMHS’s provides 24/7, 365- day-a-year crisis counseling and support to individuals experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters. This line is confidential with a crisis counselor trained to treat anxiety, stress and other depression-like symptoms.
5. Veteran’s Crisis Line
Description: This is a free and confidential support line for all veterans, service members, national guard, reserve and their family members and friends. The responders are available every day, 24 hours via call, text and online at www.veteranscrisisline.net. If you or someone you know are feeling anxious, alone or thinking about suicide, this is a crisis and we advise to call the number above.
6. Drug-Free Workplace Helpline
Description: SAMHSA provides confidential, practical, advice and support free of charge to employees and their families. These resources will help resolve substance misuse and drug testing issues at work or in personal lives. The helpline is available Monday-Friday.