Counseling and Supportive Services

Counseling and Supportive Services

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You only get one brain.


All Counseling and Supportive Services are free and confidential. Services are provided in-home or at a convenient, safe location.

We encourage everyone to consider professional counseling as an invaluable tool for maintaining emotional health and positive relationships. Just as you would provide regular maintenance for your car or see a doctor for sick visits, it is important to fuel your mental health! You can see a counselor to help give your emotional intelligence a boost, identify your strengths, and navigate successfully through some of life's toughest struggles.

Anxiety, Grief, Depression, PTSD, Relationships, Trauma Care, Parenting Challenges, Family Issues, Domestic Violence, Stress, Phobias, Anger Management, Conflict Resolution

Advocacy (Victim's rights, school, court, legal, social services, etc.); Connection to resources and referrals (job, benefits, housing, food, services, etc.); Crisis intervention; Support system

Coping Skills, Healthy Communication, Life Skills, and Positive Parenting services available

Child and Adolescent Services

Licensed, Professional Staff

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Certified Victim Service Providers

Individual and Family Counseling

If you have a life-threatening emergency, do NOT leave a message at the agency.  If you have a life-threatening emergency, call 911.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:  (800) 273-TALK (8255)

Teens Helping Teens: Call 310-855-4673 or Text TEEN to 839863

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233   TTY 1-800-787-3224

If you or a loved one is feeling suicidal, you can also go to your nearest emergency room for assistance. PLEASE DO NOT WAIT.

Victims' Assistance Program
Victims' Assistance Program

Victims enter the legal system unwillingly and usually unprepared, having little idea of what to expect. A good victims' assistance program can make a huge difference by providing someone to walk you through the process from the beginning to the end. If you have been a victim of crime or endured a traumatic event, please know you are not alone and allow us to lend a hand.

Did you know?

  • Victims of Violent Crime have rights in South Carolina:

  • Victims of violent crime may also qualify for some assistance through Crime Victim's Compensation program