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Piedmont Center for Mental Health Services provides a full range of community-based mental health services to residents of the southern and eastern areas of Greenville County. PCMHS strives to meet the increasing need for mental health services in this area by employing highly qualified professionals to provide a variety of assessment and treatment services to adults, children and families who are experiencing a disruption in their normal level of functioning including those adults who have a serious mental illness and children with severe emotional disturbance. We also employ skilled administrative support staff to help us meet the needs required to effectively implement an organized system of behavioral health care.

Our variety of services are provided by over one-hundred individuals including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, counselors and other personnel. Staff of the PCMHS operating these programs is specifically trained to meet the needs of the persons served with psychiatric illnesses. Program staff, along with psychiatrists, nurses and other staff form PCMHS. We regularly hold meetings to develop individualized treatment plans on a case by case base.

A PCMHS Entitlement Specialist is available to explore funding options and resources available to persons served.


Our Philosophy

The philosophy of the Piedmont Center for Mental Health Services is to provide an array of assessment, psychotherapy, and treatment services to adults, children, and their families who are experiencing a wide variety of mental health problems.

The goals of the center's services are to resolve the presentation problem, to enhance individual and family functioning, to enable individuals with serious mental illness or emotional disturbance; so that they may remain in the least restrictive environment, to improve the coping skills of the individual and/or his/her family, and to ensure integration with other services in the community.

The Piedmont Center for Mental Health Services serves clients living across the southern and eastern Greenville County including the towns of Simpsonville, Greer, Mauldin, Fountain Inn, Piedmont, and Taylors.

Non-Discrimination

PCMHS does not discriminate against or refuse services to anyone on the basis of race, religion, age, sex, handicap, national ancestry, health status, sexual orientation or economic condition.

 

  Updated 10/17/14