The Greenville Mental Health Center is an outpatient facility of the South Carolina Department of Mental Health and provides quality Mental Health Services to adults, children, adolescents, and their families. Privacy is carefully protected.
Greenville Mental Health Center is merging with Piedmont and Greer Mental Health Centers to serve our community better. You can find more information about our merger.
The Greenville Mental Health Center is dedicated to mental health wellness, education and support. Our News and Resources link will include downloadable “Tip Sheets”, Programs and Organizations, Apps for smart phones, links to videos, and books and publications that will help individuals and families address issues related to mental health and mental illness. News and Resources
The Art of Recovery, a program of the South Carolina Department of Mental Health (DMH), gives individuals living with mental illnesses the opportunity to exhibit and sell their works of art. DMH unveiled The Art of Recovery to showcase the talents of those receiving services and the role that art can play in the recovery process. More...
The construction of the Greenville Area Mental Health Center was completed in January 2003 on the 3-acre-site of the former Greenville General Hospital. The center is located adjacent to the historic West End District, and the beautifully revitalized downtown area. Like many other cities in the 1960's, Greenville's downtown area was in a state of economic decline, but now has been tranformed into a vibrant community that attracts 5.3 million visitors a year.