Community Mental Health Resources

For a downloadable list of Upstate Mental Health Providers and Resources  by County, view the Community Resource Directory provided by The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health.

Greenville County Community Mental Health Resources


Crisis Line: (864) 271-8888

NAMI: (864) 331-3300


Greenville County Mental Health Services

These state mental health facilities provide a broad range of assessment, treatment, and rehabilitative service for Greenville County residents with or without medical insurance. Call or visit the center which services your zip code.

Greenville Mental Health Center

124 Mallard Street | Greenville, SC 29601

Emergencies 24 hr  (864) 241-1040 | Medical records fax (864) 241-1049

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:30-5:00

Zip codes: 29601, 29602, 29603, 29605*, 29607*, 29609, 29611, 29615*, 29617, 29661, 29690, 29691, 29635


Piedmont Center for Mental Health Services-Greer

220 Executive Drive | Greer, SC 29651

Phone (864) 879-2111 | Fax (864) 962-5710

Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30AM-5:00PM 

Zip Codes: 29650, 29651, 29652, 29687*


Piedmont Center for Mental Health Services-Simpsonville

20 Powderhorn Road | Simpsonville, SC 29681

Phone (864) 963-3421 | Administration Fax (864) 967-8617

Medical Records Fax (864) 962-0758

Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30AM-5:00PM 

Zip Codes: 29644, 29662, 29669, 29673*, 29680, 29681


*Zip Code is shared with another facility. Call mental health center to verify that it is the correct facility

Other Mental Health Facilities

These facilities diagnose and treat psychiatric disorders in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Check with the individual facilities for information about specific service and payment options.

The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health

2700 E Phillips Rd | Greer, SC 29650

Phone (864) 235-2335 | Toll-Free (800) 866-4673

Hours: 24 hour no obligation assessments


Marshall I. Pickens Hospital

701 Grove Road | Greenville, SC 29605

(864) 455-8988 | Toll-Free (888) 852-8520

Hours: 24 hours/ 7 days a week ( Adult and Child Inpatient) | 8am-5:30pm (Clinical Assessment and Referral)


Springbrook Autism Behavioral 

1 Havenwood Ln Suite B| Travelers Rest, SC 29690

(864) 834-8013

Hours: 24- hour confidential help and referrals

Advocacy & Support Groups

NAMI Greenville (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

2320 East North Street, Suite L | Greenville, SC 29607

Phone (864) 331-3300

Hours: Monday-Thursday 10:00AM-2:00PM


Mental Health Association-Greenville

429 N Main St #2 | Greenville, SC 29601

Phone (864) 467-3344

Probate Court & Mental Health Court

Greenville County Probate Court

301 University Ridge Greenville County Square, Suite 1200, Estate Division  | Greenville, SC 29601

Phone (864) 467-7170

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30AM-5:00PM 

If an individual is endangering him/herself or others because of mental illness or chemical dependence, the person may need involuntary commitment at a facility for treatment. Only a mental health professional can determine whether or not commitment is necessary. Call the probate court for specific procedures; DO NOT go to probate court until you have done so.

Crisis Line at: (864) 271-8888


Printable Brochure:

Greenville County Courts

What to do if your family member is arrested and has a mental health/ medical concern:


1.       Complete a mental health/medical form for your family member

2.       Fax completed form to (864)467-2386 or drop off completed form in the Detention Center lobby

3.       Contact detention center

·       Call the Detention Center at (864) 467-2330 and ask to leave a Phone-In-Concern for Medical/Psychological Services staff.

·       Inform them that your family member suffers from a medical or mental illness.

·       Describe the diagnosis and any other concerns you might have in a BRIEF message.

Medical form can be found at: Inmate Medical/Mental Health Information Form

For more information CLICK HERE. 

Veteran Services

Dorn VAMC Greenville Outpatient Clinic

41 Park Creek Drive| Greenville, SC 29605

Phone: 864-299-1600

Hours: Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m 


 Legal Representation

NAMI does not employ attorneys or provide funding for legal fees. We can provide you with information that may help you locate legal services.

The NAMI HelpLine, 800-950-6264, maintains a limited listing of attorneys with expertise and experience representing people in the areas of law most often affecting people living with mental health conditions These areas include:  special needs trusts, conservatorship, criminal, family law, civil rights and more.

NAMI State Organizations and NAMI Affiliates may also keep lists of attorneys familiar with mental illness issues, or they may be willing to share informal, personal experiences with local lawyers.

The American Bar Association has an online databases of pro-bono attorneys. They also offer guidelines for finding free legal assistance.