Our Vision Statement: "To empower people to live healthy and fulfilled lives."
In order to help eradicate the stigma that can go along with mental health as well as to celebrate Mental Health Month, Project COPE in conjunction with Federation of Family is launching a photo contest for all Beckman patients ages 10-25. We would love to see your favorite photo submitted and give you an opportunity to win a monetary prize. Please click on link for instructions on how to submit.
All SCDMH inpatient facilities (hospitals and nursing homes), SCDMH community mental health centers and the Department’s administrative offices and support facilities remain open.
As noted in the Governor’s Emergency Declaration, all State Offices will remain open, and that includes SCDMH.
While all components of the agency are taking precautions to protect patients, residents and staff from exposure to the novel coronavirus, the Department has no plans to close or limit the hours of operations of its facilities. Please check the agency’s website for current locations and hours of operation of SCDMH facilities and offices. https://scdmh.net/welcome/covid-19-and-dmh-mental-health-centers/
We are here to help you. A Mental Health Professional will be live and available via video conferencing to respond to questions/concerns from Faith-Based Community Leaders regarding the mental health impacts of COVID-19.
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
If you are in need of immediate medical assistance, please dial 911.
IN CASE OF MENTAL HEALTH EMERGENCIES
Call your local mental health clinic 24 Hours a Day, 365 days a year.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
SCDMH Provider Network
Behavioral Health Disaster Response Services