Community Resources

Emergency Resources

South Carolina Department of Mental Health- Mental Health and Addiction Support Available 24/7 During These Challenging Times

844- SC-HOPES (724-6737)

 

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention(800) 273-8255
Text: TALK to 741741
Community Crisis Response and Intervention (SCDMH)(833) 364-2274
Assessment/Crisis Hotline
Georgetown County
8:30AM to 5:00PM
(843) 546-6107 (Georgetown)
After Hours
(833) 364-2274
Assessment/Crisis Hotline
Horry County
8:30AM to 5:00PM
(843) 347-4888 (Conway)
(843) 492-2795 (Myrtle Beach)
After Hours
(833) 364-2274
Assessment/Crisis Hotline
Charleston/Dorchester
(843) 414-2350
(800) 613-8379
Crisis Intervention Hotline
Berkeley
(843) 761-8282
(888) 202-1381
Crisis Text LineText "HOME" to 741741
Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Hearing Loss Suicide HotlineTTY: Dial 711 then (800) 273-8255
LGBT National Hotline(888) 843-4564
National Hopeline Network(800) 784-2433
National Sexual Assault Hotline(800) 656-4673
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline(800) 273-8255
One80 Place Crisis Line
Charleston, SC
(843) 737-8357
Suicide Hotline
North Charleston, SC
(843) 744-4357
(800) 922-2283
Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Para Español)(888) 628-9454
TeenLine(843) 747-8336
(800) 273-8255 (statewide)
Trans Lifeline(877) 565-8860
Trevor Project for LGBT Youth(866) 488-7386
United Way Association of South CarolinaCall, text, or chat 211 from a local number or call (803) 929-1000
Veterans Crisis LineText: 838255
(800) 273-8255, press 1