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Adult Clinic-Based Services

    

Program Description

The Purpose of the Adult Clinic Based Services Program at PCMHS is to provide clinical assessment and treatment services for individuals and families who are experiencing a disruption in their normal level of functioning due to mental illness, mental illness and chemical dependency or emotional distress.   

Clinic Based Services are available 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday at our Clinic offices in Greer and Simpsonville.  Other times are available on an as-needed basis.  After-hours emergencies are managed by the designated on-call staff and can be reached by calling Crisis Line.   

The Clinic Based Services Program provides an initial screening and assessment to anyone over the age of eighteen seeking mental health services.  Continued treatment is determined by the preferences and needs identified through the initial clinical assessment.  Persons eligible for continued treatment must have an Axis I diagnosis and be able to benefit from this level of service.

Philosophy of the Program

The philosophy of the Clinic Based Services Program is to provide services to adults and  families, based on the individual’s needs and preferences, with a focus on building or increasing the individual’s existing strengths and abilities.  Emphasis is place on helping the individual to accomplish his or her self-described goals, as well as, increasing his or her ability to function in the community.   
 

Goals of the Program

  • To provide timely and accurate clinical assessment.
  • To improve individual and family functioning.
  • To assist individuals and families to meet their self-described goals.
  • To provide linkage and integration with other community services when indicated.

Available Services

  • Crisis Intervention
  • Assessment -- Mental Health Professional
  • Treatment Plan Formulation
  • Psychiatric Medical Assessment
  • Medication Administration and Monitoring
  • Psychiatric Nursing Assessment
  • Individual Treatment
  • Group Treatment
  • Family Treatment
  • Restorative Psychosocial Therapy
 

Special Populations

For individuals who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, services may be provided in cooperation with the Division of Services for the Death and Hard of Hearing.

Persons with a co-occurring substance abuse disorders may be served in cooperation with the local Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission.

All service locations are Handicap Accessible.

Facilities and Resources

Clinic Based Program services are available at our clinic locations in Greer and Simpsonville.  Both facilities are handicap accessible and are located centrally to the communities they serve.   The clinic offices provide adequate space for private and confidential interviews, group interventions and family conferences.

Clinic Based Program services are provided by an array of professional staff, all credentialed at the Mental Health Professional level.  Professionally trained counselors, psychologists, social workers, nurses and medical doctors, (several of which are Board Certified in Psychiatry) make up our out-patient staff.

Clinic-Based Services are  Available at:

Piedmont Center for Mental Health Services        
 20 Powderhorn Road, Simpsonville, SC 


Greer Mental Health Center
220 Executive Drive, Greer, SC