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    Agency offers assistance over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. The caller does not have to reveal his/her name. Persons working on the Hotline are trained to respond to crisis situations.

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    Crisis HotlineThe Abbeville Mental Health Clinic offers assistance over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Call (864) 459-9671 at any hour. Emergency calls after hours are transferred to on-call professional staff.AbbevilleAbbeville Mental Health ClinicBeckman Center for Mental Health Services (BCMHS)
    Crisis HotlineAiken-Barnwell Mental Health Center offers crisis intervention services over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Persons trained to respond to crisis situations are available, during regular hours or after hours, by calling the Center's main telephone number, (803) 641-7700.AikenABMHC Main CenterAiken-Barnwell Mental Health Center (ABMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Allendale County Mental Health Clinic offers emergency assessment and counseling for adults, children, and adolescents in distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. On-call mental health professionals are available at all hours through local hospitals in the five counties served by the Coastal Empire Community Mental Health Center, or by calling the emergency, toll-free hotline: 1-800-922-7844.AllendaleAllendale County Mental Health ClinicCoastal Empire Community Mental Health Center (CECMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Anderson Mental Health Center offers assistance over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. The caller does not have to reveal his/her name. Persons working on the Hotline are trained to respond to crisis situations. Call the Center's main telephone number, (864) 260-2220.AndersonAnderson Mental Health CenterAnderson-Oconee-Pickens Mental Health Center (AOP)
    Crisis HotlineBeaufort Mental Health Clinic offers emergency assessment and counseling for adults, children, and adolescents in distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. On-call mental health professionals are available at all hours through local hospitals in the five counties served by the Coastal Empire Community Mental Health Center, or by calling the emergency, toll-free hotline: 1-800-922-7844.BeaufortBeaufort Mental Health ClinicCoastal Empire Community Mental Health Center (CECMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Bennettsville Mental Health Clinic, an office of the Tri-County Community Mental Health Center (TCCMHC), offers assistance over the phone or at the Center for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others.MarlboroBennettsville Mental Health ClinicTri-County Community Mental Health Center (TCCMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Berkeley Community Mental Health Center offers assistance over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Call (843) 761-8282 or (888)202-1381, toll free, at any hour. Hotline, a telephone counseling service, responds to after-hour mental health emergencies and can page on-call Center staff if needed.BerkeleyBerkeley Community Mental Health Center (BCMHC)Berkeley Community Mental Health Center (BCMHC)
    Crisis HotlineCAMHC Emergency Services unit offers telephone screening and crisis response for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Call (803) 898-8888 for assistance.RichlandCAMHC Emergency ServicesColumbia Area Mental Health Center (CAMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Catawba Family Center offers crisis intervention services to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Persons trained to respond to crisis situations are available during regular hours for walk-in clients, or after hours by calling the Center's main telephone number.Catawba Family CenterCatawba Community Mental Health Center (CCMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Charleston Mental Health Clinic responds to calls for assistance in crisis situations, especially in regard to persons who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Call (843) 414-2350, or (800) 613-8379 toll-free, at any hour. The Assessment/Mobile Crisis team goes anywhere in the community (except emergency departments) to provide triage, assessments, and referrals to persons in psychiatric crisis. When called by law enforcement, a mobile crisis team member partners with the Lowcountry Crisis Negotiators’ team to assist at bridge jumping, barricade, and hostage scenes.CharlestonCharleston Mental Health ClinicCharleston Dorchester Mental Health Center (CDMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Cherokee Mental Health Counseling Center offers assistance over the phone or at the Center for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others.Cherokee Mental Health ClinicSpartanburg Area Mental Health Center (SAMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Chesterfield Mental Health Clinic, an office of the Tri-County Community Mental Health Center (TCCMHC), offers assistance over the phone or at the Center for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others.ChesterfieldChesterfield Mental Health ClinicTri-County Community Mental Health Center (TCCMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Chester Mental Health Clinic offers crisis intervention services to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Persons trained to respond to crisis situations are available during regular hours for walk-in clients, or after hours by calling the Clinic's main telephone number.ChesterChester Mental Health ClinicCatawba Community Mental Health Center (CCMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Colleton County Mental Health Clinic offers emergency assessment and counseling for adults, children, and adolescents in distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. On-call mental health professionals are available at all hours through local hospitals in the five counties served by the Coastal Empire Community Mental Health Center, or by calling the emergency, toll-free hotline: 1-800-922-7844.Colleton County Mental Health ClinicCoastal Empire Community Mental Health Center (CECMHC)
    Crisis HotlineStaff of the Conway Mental Health Clinic, an office of the Waccamaw Center for Mental Health (WCMH) serving Horry County, offers assistance over the phone or at the Clinic for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others.HorryConway Mental Health ClinicWaccamaw Center for Mental Health (WCMH)
    Crisis HotlineStaff of the Darlington County Mental Health Clinic provides telephone or face-to-face crisis response and stabilization for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.Darlington County Mental Health ClinicPee Dee Mental Health Center (PDMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Dillon Mental Health Clinic, an office of the Tri-County Community Mental Health Center (TCCMHC), offers assistance over the phone or at the Center for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others.DillonDillon Mental Health ClinicTri-County Community Mental Health Center (TCCMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Dorchester Mental Health Clinic responds to calls for assistance in crisis situations, especially in regard to persons who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Call (843) 414-2350, or (800) 613-8379 toll-free, at any hour. The Assessment/Mobile Crisis team goes anywhere in the community (except emergency departments) to provide triage, assessments, and referrals to persons in psychiatric crisis. When called by law enforcement, a mobile crisis team member partners with the Lowcountry Crisis Negotiators’ team to assist at bridge jumping, barricade, and hostage scenes.Dorchester Mental Health ClinicCharleston Dorchester Mental Health Center (CDMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Edgefield Mental Health Center offers assistance over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Call (803) 637-5788 at any hour. Emergency calls after hours are transferred to on-call professional staff.EdgefieldEdgefield Mental Health CenterBeckman Center for Mental Health Services (BCMHS)
    Crisis HotlineStaff of the Florence County Mental Health Clinic provides telephone or face-to-face crisis response and stabilization for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.FlorenceFlorence County Mental Health ClinicPee Dee Mental Health Center (PDMHC)
    Crisis HotlineStaff of the Georgetown Mental Health Clinic, an office of the Waccamaw Center for Mental Health (WCMH) serving Georgetown County, offers assistance over the phone or at the Clinic for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others.GeorgetownGeorgetown Mental Health ClinicWaccamaw Center for Mental Health (WCMH)
    Crisis HotlineGMHC staff provides telephone screening and crisis response for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Call (864) 241-1040 for assistance.GreenvilleGMHC Crisis Intervention ProgramGreenville Mental Health Center (GMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Greenwood Mental Health Clinic offers assistance over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Call (864) 223-8331 at any hour. Emergency calls after hours are transferred to on-call professional staff.GreenwoodGreenwood Mental Health ClinicBeckman Center for Mental Health Services (BCMHS)
    Crisis HotlineStaff of the Greer Mental Health Clinic provides telephone or face-to-face crisis response and stabilization for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.Greer Mental Health Clinic, PCMHSPiedmont Center for Mental Health Services (PCMHS)
    Crisis HotlineThe Hampton County Mental Health Clinic offers emergency assessment and counseling for adults, children, and adolescents in distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. On-call mental health professionals are available at all hours through local hospitals in the five counties served by the Coastal Empire Community Mental Health Center, or by calling the emergency, toll-free hotline: 1-800-922-7844.Hampton County Mental Health ClinicCoastal Empire Community Mental Health Center (CECMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Hartzog Center offers crisis intervention services over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Persons trained to respond to crisis situations are available, during regular hours or after hours, by calling the Center's main telephone number, (803) 278-0880.AikenHartzog Center (North Augusta Mental Health Clinic)Aiken-Barnwell Mental Health Center (ABMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Hilton Head Mental Health Clinic offers emergency assessment and counseling for adults, children, and adolescents in distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. On-call mental health professionals are available at all hours through local hospitals in the five counties served by the Coastal Empire Community Mental Health Center, or by calling the emergency, toll-free hotline: 1-800-922-7844.Hilton Head Mental Health ClinicCoastal Empire Community Mental Health Center (CECMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Jasper County Mental Health Clinic offers emergency assessment and counseling for adults, children, and adolescents in distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. On-call mental health professionals are available at all hours through local hospitals in the five counties served by the Coastal Empire Community Mental Health Center, or by calling the emergency, toll-free hotline: 1-800-922-7844.Jasper County Mental Health ClinicCoastal Empire Community Mental Health Center (CECMHC)
    Crisis HotlineStaff of the Kingstree Mental Health Clinic, an office of the Waccamaw Center for Mental Health (WCMH) serving Williamsburg County, offers assistance over the phone or at the Clinic for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others.WilliamsburgKingstree Mental Health ClinicWaccamaw Center for Mental Health (WCMH)
    Crisis HotlineStaff of the Lake City Mental Health Clinic provides telephone or face-to-face crisis response and stabilization for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.Lake City Mental Health ClinicPee Dee Mental Health Center (PDMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Lancaster Mental Health Clinic offers crisis intervention services to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Persons trained to respond to crisis situations are available during regular hours for walk-in clients, or after hours by calling the Clinic's main telephone number.LancasterLancaster Mental Health ClinicCatawba Community Mental Health Center (CCMHC)
    Crisis HotlineLaurens County Mental Health Clinic offers assistance over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Call (864) 938-0912 at any hour. Emergency calls after hours are transferred to on-call professional staff.Laurens Mental Health CenterBeckman Center for Mental Health Services (BCMHS)
    Crisis HotlineLCCMHC Emergency Services division provides telephone screening and crisis response, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Call (803) 359-3545 for assistance.LexingtonLCCMHC Emergency ServicesLexington County Community Mental Health Center (LCCMHC)
    Crisis HotlineStaff of the Pee Dee Mental Health Center provides telephone or face-to-face crisis response and stabilization for children and adolescents in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Call the location nearest to you. Florence: (843) 317-4073 Darlington: (843) 332-4141 Lake City: (843) 394-7600 Marion: (843) 431-1100 TDD#: (843) 664-0413FlorenceLinda M. Summer Family ServicesPee Dee Mental Health Center (PDMHC)
    Crisis HotlineStaff of the Marion County Mental Health Clinic provides telephone or face-to-face crisis response and stabilization for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.MarionMarion County Mental Health ClinicPee Dee Mental Health Center (PDMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe McCormick County Mental Health Clinic offers assistance over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Call (864) 465-2412 at any hour. Emergency calls after hours are transferred to on-call professional staff.McCormickMcCormick Mental Health ClinicBeckman Center for Mental Health Services (BCMHS)
    Crisis HotlineAgency offers assistance over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. The caller does not have to reveal his/her name. Persons working on the Hotline are trained to respond to crisis situations. CRISISline, (864) 271-8888, operates 24 hours a day, every day; AND Teenline, (864) 467-8336, operates 5:00pm - 9:00pm, Monday through Friday.GreenvilleMental Health America, GreenvilleMental Health America of SC
    Crisis HotlineThe Abbeville Mental Health Clinic offers assistance over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Call (803) 276-8000 at any hour. Emergency calls after hours are transferred to on-call professional staff.NewberryNewberry Mental Health ClinicBeckman Center for Mental Health Services (BCMHS)
    Crisis HotlineThe Oconee Mental Health Clinic offers assistance over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. The caller does not have to reveal his/her name. Persons working on the Hotline are trained to respond to crisis situations. Call the Center's main telephone number, (864) 885-0157.Oconee Mental Health Clinic - SenecaAnderson-Oconee-Pickens Mental Health Center (AOP)
    Crisis HotlineThe Pickens Mental Health Clinic offers assistance over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. The caller does not have to reveal his/her name. Persons working on the Hotline are trained to respond to crisis situations. Call the Center's main telephone number, (864) 878-6830.PickensPickens Mental Health Clinic - PickensAnderson-Oconee-Pickens Mental Health Center (AOP)
    Crisis HotlineThe Polly Best Center offers crisis intervention services over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Persons trained to respond to crisis situations are available, during regular hours or after hours, by calling the Center's main telephone number, (803) 259-7170.BarnwellPolly Best Center (Barnwell County Mental Health Clinic)Aiken-Barnwell Mental Health Center (ABMHC)
    Crisis HotlineStaff of the Simpsonville Mental Health Clinic provides telephone or face-to-face crisis response and stabilization for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.Simpsonville Mental Health Clinic, PCMHSPiedmont Center for Mental Health Services (PCMHS)
    Crisis HotlineThe Spartanburg Area Mental Health Center offers assistance over the phone or at the Center for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others.SpartanburgSpartanburg Area Mental Health CenterSpartanburg Area Mental Health Center (SAMHC)
    Crisis HotlineStaff of the Sumter Child, Adult, and Family Services Center provides telephone or face-to-face crisis response and stabilization 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others.SumterSumter Child, Adult, and Family Services CenterSantee-Wateree Mental Health Center (SWMHC)
    Crisis HotlineStaff of the Sumter County Adult Mental Health Clinic provides telephone or face-to-face crisis response and stabilization 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others.SumterSumter County Adult Mental Health ClinicSantee-Wateree Mental Health Center (SWMHC)
    Crisis HotlineThe Union Mental Health Center offers assistance over the phone or at the Center for persons in mental/emotional distress who need immediate attention, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others.UnionUnion Mental Health CenterSpartanburg Area Mental Health Center (SAMHC)
    Crisis HotlineAgency offers assistance over the phone to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. The caller does not have to reveal his/her name. Persons working on the Hotline are trained to respond to crisis situations.RichlandUnited Way 2-1-1, ColumbiaUnited Way 2-1-1, Columbia
    Crisis HotlineYork Adult Mental Health Services offers crisis intervention services to persons in crisis situations, especially those who may be at risk of doing harm to themselves or others. Persons trained to respond to crisis situations are available during regular hours for walk-in clients, or after hours by calling the Clinic's main telephone number.York Adult Mental Health ServicesCatawba Community Mental Health Center (CCMHC)

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