Personal Wellness

Connecting community to resources
A list of resources for you to find personal wellness and cultivate mental health for the long-term.

NAMI Greenville


  • The South Carolina Department of Mental Health (SCDMH) and the South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services have added a dedicated, toll-free number for Spanish speakers, (833) TU-APOYO (882-7696). The Tu Apoyo, or “Your Support”, line will be available from 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday-Friday (excluding state holidays). Callers do not need to provide any identifying information to talk with a support line staffer.

Mental Health America

  • Mental Health America’s CRISIS line (864-271-8888) and National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255) are answering calls 24/7. They also have a free, confidential, online mental health screening available.

If you are in danger or experiencing an emergency, call 9-1-1!

  • Safe Harbor is a private 501(c)3 non-profit organization that offers a continuum of services for survivors of domestic violence and their children in Greenville, Anderson, Pickens and Oconee Counties. Their webpage can be translated into Spanish, and they have Spanish speaking providers on staff.

Julie Valentine Center

  • Julie Valentine Center will facilitate online support groups for survivors of sexual assault and child sexual abuse. The Online Support Group is an anonymous online chat that allows members of the community who have been affected by sexual violence to connect with one another while discussing topics relevant to survivors and their supporters. Trained staff facilitate these groups to ensure a safe environment for all visitors. Groups and resources are currently in English, but Spanish language resources are also available.

The Phoenix Center

  • The Phoenix Center continues to provide services in-person and via Telehealth.  Authority for dealing with substance abuse in Greenville County. They provide rehabilitation and substance use disorder services.  Daniela Cano is their lead bilingual addiction counselor.

Greenville Homelessness Resource Guide

  • The Greenville Homeless Alliance (GHA) has collected area resources for those experiencing homelessness.With the aim to ignite systemic change, GHA connects individuals and organizations to impact policies and create initiatives that will make housing more accessible for every Greenville resident.

If there is a resource that you think belongs in any of these pages, would you please let us know?

We are constantly making updates to these pages so that they’re relevant and don’t become outdated. Please let us know by contacting Debbra Alvarado or calling 864-256-0760.

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