S.C. Department of Mental HealthGreenville Mental Health CenterDowntown Greenville

office (864) 241-1040
medical records fax (864) 241-1049
emergencies 24 hr (864) 241-1040

The Greenville Mental Health Center is a facility of the South Carolina Department of Mental Health and provides quality Mental Health Services to adults, children, adolescents, and their families. Problems can usually be treated without hospitalization and we make every effort to minimize disruption of jobs and home life. Privacy is carefully protected.

From The Director

Welcome to our website! You are the reason that our center exists! I know that this website will give you more understanding and information about the opportunities we offer to improve your life; as well as provide you with important updates about our center. We have been serving Greenville by providing outpatient diagnostic and treatment services to those with emotional and mental disturbances for over 50 years. If you or someone you know are having problems, we want to help you. Whether you are old or young, with over 150 staff including nine doctors, we have someone that can help make a difference in your life. We appreciate your continued patronage and support of our services. We look forward to the next 50 years as Greenville's leader in Mental Health Care.

Al C. Edwards, M.D


  • Greenville Mental Health Center Wins Prestigious Dartmouth Award

    Greenville, SC – Johnson & Johnson-Dartmouth has selected Greenville Mental Health Center (Greenville MHC) as the recipient of the 2014 Achievement Award for its Independent Individual Placement & Supported Employment (IPS) program. Greenville MHC is recognized in collaboration with its vocational rehabilitation partner, the South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation Department. Release


Greenville Mental Health Center

The Greenville Area Mental Health Center is a two-story facility completed in January 2003. The South Carolina Department of Mental Health commissioned Neal Prince + Partners Architects to design the facility on the 3-acre-site of the former Greenville General Hospital.

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