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ACCESS, SOUTH CAROLINA
Rene Beard, SC Access Manager
Lieutenant Governor's Office on Aging
1301 Gervais Street, Suite 200
Columbia, SC  29201
(803)734-9900
EMAIL: scaccess@aging.sc.gov
INTERNET: www.scaccesshelp.org
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: General public, consumers, professionals
FEES: None
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Visit the website or call the Information Specialist for Spartanburg, (864) 242-9733 or 1-800-434-4036.
The mission of SC Access is to help older adults, people with disabilities, and those who care for them access useful information about long term support and needed services. Through the use of a comprehensive web-based service directory and regional Information and Referral Specialists, individuals will be able to find options for care throughout South Carolina to enable them to live as independently as possible.  Also available is a personal care worker listing, calendar of events, a learn about section, and Medicaid and GAPS eforms.
FUNDING: Federal; State
PARENT AGENCY: Office of the Lieutenant Governor
AREA SERVED: South Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20110808

AIDS/STD HOTLINE, SOUTH CAROLINA
Tony Price, Prevention Program Manager
STD/HIV Division DHEC, Robert Mills Complex
PO Box 101106
Columbia, SC  29201
1-800-322-AIDS (2437)
EMAIL: priceae@dhec.sc.gov
INTERNET: http://www.scdhec.gov/health/disease/stdhiv/
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 10 am-6 pm
This services answers a broad spectrum of questions concerning HIV/AIDS, other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and viral hepatitis. Its purpose is to educate and inform the public about HIV/AIDS, other STDs and viral hepatitis with up-to-date information and to make referrals when necessary.
PARENT AGENCY: South Carolina DHEC
AREA SERVED: South Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20110519

ALLERGY & ASTHMA NETWORK MOTHERS OF ASTHMATICS (AANMA)
Nancy Sander, President and Founder
8201 Greensboro Drive, Suite 300
McLean, VA  22102
1-800-878-4403 ; FAX: (703)288-5271
INTERNET: www.aanma.org
HOURS: Monday-Thursday, 8 am-5 pm; Friday, 9 am-12 pm
FEES: Donation-based
Allergy & Asthma Network Mothers of Asthmatics (AANMA), is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping all people affected by allergies and asthma. AANMA offers educational materials for all ages, THE MA REPORT newsletter, Allergy & Asthma Today magazine, and a toll-free help line.
AREA SERVED: International
Date of Last Update: 20100811

ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION, SOUTH CAROLINA CHAPTER
Spartanburg Area Office
Joyce Finkle, Program Director
901 South Pine Street
Spartanburg, SC  29302
(864)542-9998 AND 1-800-908-9690; FAX: (864)542-0833
EMAIL: joyce.finkle@alz.org
INTERNET: www.alz.org/sc
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Persons with Alzheimer's and related dementias, family, professionals, or interested persons
FEES: None
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call or visit
Referral to resources: nursing homes, respite care, in-home assistance, daycare, support groups, programs. Free educational literature is available along with a Chapter newsletter. Caregiver training and educational programs are provided. Sponsors local support groups. Call for information about a support group for those in the early stages of Alzheimer's.
FUNDING: Memorials; Donations; Special events; United Way; Foundations; Grants
PARENT AGENCY: National Alzheimer's Association
ALTERNATE CONTACTS: Cindy Alewine, CEO/President, 1-800-273-2555 in Anderson, SC
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg, Cherokee, Union
Fairfield, Chester, Lancaster, and York counties
Date of Last Update: 20110809

ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION, MID ATLANTIC REGION
Gail Norman, President/COO
4530 Park Road
Suite 230
Charlotte, NC  28209
1-800-365-3811
FAX: (704)529-0626
EMAIL: info.car@arthritis.org
INTERNET: www.arthritis.org
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Anyone
FEES: No financial assistance
HOURS: 9 am-5 pm
Local resources available. Also call for free literature. The Foundation is always looking for volunteers - if interested, call 1-800-365-3811.
FUNDING: Private and Corporate Donations
PARENT AGENCY: National Arthritis Foundation
AREA SERVED: South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and District of Columbia
Date of Last Update: 20111026

AUTISM SOCIETY, SOUTH CAROLINA
Craig Stoxen, President and CEO
806 12th Street
West Columbia, SC  29169
1-800-438-4790; (803)750-6988 ; FAX: (803)750-8121
EMAIL: scas@scautism.org | vstowe@scautism.org, Vickie Stowe
INTERNET: www.scautism.org
HOURS: Call for hours
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Persons concerned about autism and interested about related services
FEES: Optional
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call, referral, or write
Provides information and referral, family support, educational meetings, monitoring services to persons with autism, and liaison with agencies and organizations with similar missions.
FUNDING: United Way; Contributions; Memberships; Grants
PARENT AGENCY: Autism Society of America
AREA SERVED: South Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20100809

CANCER LEARNING CENTER
Perry Patterson
101 East Wood Street
Spartanburg, SC  29303
(864)560-6747 or 1-877-455-7747(toll free) ; FAX: (864)560-6014
EMAIL: ppatterson@srhs.com
INTERNET: www.spartanburgregional.com
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: No requirements
FEES: None
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: None
The Cancer Learning Center is a consumer-oriented cancer library providing current, reliable, and readable information on cancer and cancer-related topics.  The center also offers an array of free cancer literature and internet access to the public.
PARENT AGENCY: Gibbs Cancer Center, Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System
AREA SERVED: Upstate South Carolina and foothills of North Carolina.
Date of Last Update: 20100817

CANCER SOCIETY, AMERICAN
Melissa Stone, Office Coordinator
154 Milestone Way
Greenville, SC  29615
(864)627-1903 or 1-866-227-4395
EMAIL: melissa.stone@cancer.org
INTERNET: www.cancer.org
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: General public
FEES: None
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call, visit for patient services and information
A nonprofit volunteer organization dedicated to the control and eradication of cancer through research, education and services to patients and families. Information on community resources available for financial aid and medications. Provides a support system for patient and family with information on cancer, treatment, and care of patient. Wigs, bras, and prosthesis available. Sponsors support groups such as Uplift, Us Too (prostate cancer), Reach to Recovery (breast cancer), and Look Good...Feel Better.
FUNDING: Contributions; Fundraising
ALTERNATE CONTACTS: Michael Moss, Area Manager (864)627-1903
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg, Greenville, Union, Cherokee, Pickens, Anderson, and Laurens and Oconee Counties
Date of Last Update: 20110608

CONTINENCE, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR (NAFC)
Nancy Muller, Executive Director
PO Box 1019
Charleston, SC  29402-1019
STREET ADDRESS: 62 Columbus Street Charleston, SC 29403
(843)377-0900 or 1-800-BLADDER (1-800-252-3337) ; FAX: (843)377-0905
EMAIL: nmuller@nafc.org
INTERNET: www.nafc.org
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm, EST
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: None
FEES: $25/year for a consumer electronic newsletter subscription, $75 for non-physician professional membership; $145 for  physician professional membership.
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: For subscription information, call or visit the website
Located at 62 Columbus Street in Charleston, the National Association For Continence is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of people with incontinence. NAFC is a leading source of education, advocacy, and support to the public and to the health profession about the causes, prevention, diagnosis, treatments, and management alternatives for problems with bladder and bowel control, voiding dysfunction, nocturia and bedwetting, and related pelvic floor disorders. Services include: physician locator service, speakers bureau, Quality Care monthly electronic newsletter, Frontline NAFC quarterly newsletter. Resource Guide: Products and Services for Incontinence, audio-visuals, and educational pamphlets.
FUNDING: Grants; Contributions; Memberships
ALTERNATE CONTACTS:
Lainey McInnis., Health Educator and Member Services
AREA SERVED: National, with collaboration with all borders
Date of Last Update: 20110907

DIABETES ASSOCIATION, AMERICAN
Robin Longino
701 Grove Road, ISC-3rd Floor
Greenville, SC  29605
(864)609-5054 or 1-888-342-2383
EMAIL: rlongino@diabetes.org
INTERNET: www.diabetes.org
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: General public
FEES: $28.00/year for ADA membership.
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call
Mission is to prevent and cure diabetes and improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.  We offer/provide patient information/education, and professional education. Along with our numerous programs we also do fund-raising events to support research and advocacy including the Upstate Walk to Fight Diabetes in October and the Sugar Ball Gala at the end of February. We are always looking for volunteers.  South Carolina is also home to a summer camp for children with diabetes and their siblings.
FUNDING: Contributions; Special Events
AREA SERVED: Central Carolinas
Date of Last Update: 20110608

DIETETIC ASSOCIATION, AMERICAN
120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000
Chicago, IL  60606
1-800-877-1600
INTERNET: www.eatright.org
The website includes nutrition facts and information for consumers. We encourage those with questions to visit our website and select "Find a Nutrition Professional" in their area.
Date of Last Update: 20110831

HEART ASSOCIATION, AMERICAN
Upstate SC and Western NC Region
3535 Pelham Road, Suite 101
Greenville, SC  29615
(864)627-4158
INTERNET: www.heart.org
HOURS: Call for hours
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: General Public
FEES: None
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call
Education and information about heart/blood vessel diseases and nutrition and cholesterol. School-site educational programs available. Special events are held throughout the year.
FUNDING: Contributions; Special events
PARENT AGENCY: American Heart Association
AREA SERVED: Upstate South Carolina and Western North Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20110803

HIV/AIDS COUNCIL, SOUTH CAROLINA
Dr. Bambi Gaddist, Executive Director
1115 Calhoun Street
Columbia, SC  29201
(803)254-6644
FAX: (803)254-2209
EMAIL: support@schivaidscouncil.org
INTERNET: www.schivaidscouncil.org
A council formed to deal with the problem of HIV/AIDS within South Carolina
FUNDING: CDC; SCDHEC
AREA SERVED: South Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20111221

KIDNEY FOUNDATION OF SOUTH CAROLINA, INC., NATIONAL
Beth H, Irick, Division President
508 Hampton Street, Ste. 200
Columbia, SC  29201
(803)799-3870 or 1-800-488-2277
EMAIL: karen.bailey@kidney.org
INTERNET: www.kidneysc.org
HOURS: Call for hours
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: General public; Kidney and Urological diseases
FEES: None
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call
Provides activities for patients with chronic kidney disease, education programs and financial assistance to kidney patients. Encourages organ donation.
FUNDING: Contributions
PARENT AGENCY: National Kidney Foundation, Inc.
AREA SERVED: South Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20110802

LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY, THE; SOUTH CAROLINA CHAPTER
107 West Park Boulevard., Suite150
Columbia, SC  29210
(803)731-4060 ; FAX: (803)731-4066
INTERNET: www.lls.org/sc
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Blood related cancer patients and their families
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Patients must fill out an application form.
Dedicated to seeking cures for leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, and Hodgkin's disease, and to improving the quality of life of patients and their families. Programs include Patient Aid financial assistance, peer-to-peer support network, and public information.
AREA SERVED: South Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20110516

LUPUS FOUNDATION, SOUTH CAROLINA
Toll-Free: 1-888-385-8787
INTERNET: www.lupus.org
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Lupus patients and other interested persons
FEES: Call for membership fee information
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call
Support and information to individual and families affected by Lupus.
FUNDING: Contributions
AREA SERVED: South Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20110609

MARCH OF DIMES FOUNDATION
Upstate Division
37 Villa Road, Suite 317, B-123
Greenville, SC  29615
(864)235-8576 ; FAX: (864)235-8236
EMAIL: sc447@marchofdimes.com
INTERNET: www.marchofdimes.com/southcarolina
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: General public in chapter area
FEES: Free materials
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call, visit, write
All March of Dimes programs have PREVENTION as their ultimate goal. Films, slide-tape programs, pamphlets, and other public health education, hand-out materials on healthy pregnancy, teenage pregnancy, and the prevention of birth defects are available for use upon request with or without a speaker. Fundraising events to include March for Babies, Signature Chefs Auction, WonderWalk, and Reading Champions.
FUNDING: Contributions; Fundraising
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg, Greenville, Pickens, Laurens/Clinton, Oconee, Cherokee, and Anderson Counties
Date of Last Update: 20100715

MASSAGE THERAPY ASSOCIATION, AMERICAN (AMTA)
Linda S. Pearson, Referral Contact
280 South Pine Street, Bldg. C-1
Spartanburg, SC  29302
(864)582-0834
INTERNET: www.amta-sc.org
HOURS: By appointment only
FEES: Yes
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call for appointment
Linda Pearson does health-related therapeutic massage. She is nationally licensed in therapeutic massage and body work, and also conducts referrals for AMTA.
AREA SERVED: Upstate South Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20111026

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY, NATIONAL; MID-ATLANTIC CHAPTER
Angela Jacildone, MSW
Programs and Services Director for SC
2700 Middleburg Drive, Suite 220
Columbia, SC 29204
1-800-344-4867
FAX: (803)765-2259
EMAIL: angela.jacildone@nmss.org
INTERNET: www.nationalmssociety.org/ncp
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Persons with multiple sclerosis, family members, health care professionals, and others interested in MS
FEES: None-Donations appreciated
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Contact Information Resource Center at 1-800-344-4867
Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic disease of the central nervous system. Its symptoms vary from slight blurring of vision to complete paralysis. An estimated 400,000 Americans have multiple sclerosis. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society offers support, education, information and referral, funding for respite care, and self-help groups to people with MS and their families. The mission of the National MS Society is to mobilize people and resources to drive research for a cure and to address the challenges of everyone affected by MS.
FUNDING: Donations/Special events
PARENT AGENCY: National Multiple Sclerosis Society
ALTERNATE CONTACTS: Vice President of Chapter Programs-Linda Gallehugh
AREA SERVED: All South Carolina and 33 counties in western North Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20110614

MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION
25 Woods Lake Road, Suite 412
Greenville, SC  29607
(864)235-0041
EMAIL: greenville@mdausa.org
INTERNET: www.mdausa.org
Patient service programs.
Date of Last Update: 20111228

POISON CENTER, PALMETTO
Jill Michels, PharmD
SC College of Pharmacy
Columbia, SC  29208
1-800-222-1222; (803)777-7909 (Business)
EMAIL: palmettopc@cop.sc.edu
INTERNET: www.poison.sc.edu
HOURS: 24 hours a day/7 days a week
Individuals may call for information, poison prevention materials and programs,
treatment for poisoning, etc.
FUNDING: State; Federal
PARENT AGENCY: University of South Carolina
AREA SERVED: South Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20110524

REGIONAL NURSE ON CALL
101 East Wood Street
Spartanburg, SC  29303
Marketing Manager, (864)577-3102
Nurse on Call: (864)591-7999
INTERNET: www.srhs.com
HOURS: 24 hours, 7 days/week
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: General public
FEES: None
Free, confidential health information by telephone as well as physician referrals/community referrals and SRHS class registration.
PARENT AGENCY: Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg County
Date of Last Update: 20110901

SHRINER'S HOSPITAL REFERRAL LINE
2900 Rocky Point Drive
Tampa, FL  33607-1460
STREET ADDRESS: 2900 Rocky Point Drive
1-800-237-5055 - Patient referral line; call for an application
EMAIL: patientreferrals@shrinenet.org
INTERNET: www.shrinershq.org
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Children -- infancy to 18th birthday
FEES: None
A referral line for children through age 18 who have orthopedic problems, burns, and spinal cord injuries, cleft lip and palate. A nonprofit organization.
AREA SERVED: Throughout the United States and Canada
Date of Last Update: 20110914

SICKLE CELL ANEMIA FOUNDATION, L.D. BARKSDALE
645 South Church
Street
Spartanburg, SC  29306
(864)582-9420
EMAIL: ldbarksdale@charter.net
INTERNET: www.barksdalesicklecell.org
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8 am-4 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Persons who have Sickle Cell Anemia, Sickle Cell Trait, or desire testing for either of the above.
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call or visit for appointment
Founded 1974. Staff and interested persons serving sickle cell anemia clients and their families. Holds quarterly board meeting. Provides screening, testing, counseling, nursing case management and social work assessments, financial and transportation assistance. Serves 15 counties in Upstate South Carolina.
FUNDING: DHEC; Contributions; United Way; DHHS; Finance Commission
PARENT AGENCY: SC Dept. of Health and Environmental Control, Columbia, SC 29201
AREA SERVED: Serves 15 counties in Upstate South Carolina.
Date of Last Update: 20110715

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ACCESS HEALTH, SPARTANBURG
Rebecca Parrish, Director
101 East Wood Street
Spartanburg, SC 29303
STREET ADDRESS: 358 Serpentine Drive, Suite A
(864)560-0190
FAX: (864)560-0199
EMAIL: rrparrish@srhs.com
INTERNET: www.accesshealthspartanburg.org
HOURS: Monday-Thursday, 8:30 am-5 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Call to qualify
Access Health coordinates medical care and social services for uninsured, low income adults in Spartanburg County.
FUNDING: Donations welcome
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg County
Date of Last Update: 20110531

ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM, SOUTH CAROLINA
Carol Page, Program Director
USC School of Medicine, Center for Disability Resources
Columbia, SC  29208
(803)935-5263 or 1-800-915-4522
EMAIL: carol.page@uscmed.sc.edu
INTERNET: www.sc.edu/scatp
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Individuals of all ages and disabilities in SC
FEES: none
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call, write or email Lydia Durham, Lydia.Durham@uscmed.sc.edu
Mission- To help people with disabilities and others access and acquire assistive technology.
FUNDING: Federal
PARENT AGENCY: USC School of Medicine; Center for Disability Resources
AREA SERVED: Statewide
Date of Last Update: 20110511

AUTISM DIVISION, PIEDMONT REGION
Collie Feemster, Regional Administrator
269 South Church Street, Suite 309
Spartanburg, SC  29306
(864)594-4907
EMAIL: cfeemster@ddsn.sc.gov
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm, with voice mail after hours
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Persons of all ages with autism
FEES: None
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call, write, visit the County Disabilities and Special Needs Board
Autism Division provides early identification and intervention in the least restrictive environment; ancillary services to schools and human services agencies; assistance in securing and retaining optimal employment; facilitation of placement and support in the least restrictive community living arrangement; and a network of resources for families and professionals.
FUNDING: State and Medicaid funds
PARENT AGENCY: South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special Needs
AREA SERVED: Upstate South Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20110808

BEST CHANCE NETWORK OF SPARTANBURG COUNTY; BCN
Pamela Shinta, Coordinator
Gibbs Regional Cancer Center, 380 Serpentine Drive
Spartanburg, SC  29303
(864)560-1857
HOURS: Every other Friday of the Month, 8:30 am-3 pm; We're screening 3 times a month
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Women must meet age and income requirements and have no other access to health care.
FEES: None
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call for more information
The Best Chance Network is an organization dedicated to screening low-income women without healthcare. The BCN provides a mammogram, pelvic exam, and a pap smear for women who meet the age and income requirements and have no other access to health care. The network does require proof of income. Screenings are held once a month, alternating between Spartanburg Regional's Outpatient Center and their mobile unit.
FUNDING: Spartanburg Regional Medical Center; Grants; DHEC
PARENT AGENCY: Spartanburg Regional Medical Center
ALTERNATE CONTACTS: Madeline Reistroffer, Nurse Practitioner ; Amy Sanders, Nurse Practitioner ; Amanda Blanton, Nurse Practitioner
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg County
Date of Last Update: 20100119

CENTER FOR REHABILITATIVE MEDICINE
Patricia Kilgore, RN
1700 Skylyn Drive
Spartanburg, SC  29304
STREET ADDRESS: 1700 Skylyn Drive
(864)573-3004 (Center) or (864)573-3087 (Kilgore) and (FAX)573-3097
EMAIL: patriciakilgore@maryblack.org
INTERNET: www.maryblackhealthsystem.com
HOURS: open 24 hours
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Referral by physician for some programs
We offer comprehensive orthopedic and
neurological inpatient rehabilitation.
PARENT AGENCY: Mary Black Health System
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg, Union and Cherokee Counties and the Upstate
Date of Last Update: 20100714

CHILDREN'S REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
Lisa Dillard, RN
Greenville County Health Department
PO Box 2507
Greenville, SC  29602
STREET ADDRESS: 200 University Ridge
(864)282-3863
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Must be income eligible. Must have a diagnosis that is covered by the program.  Ages Birth to 18 years of age.
FEES: No fees.  Must apply for Medicaid if would qualify.
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Referral from anyone. Call for application appointment.
Assistance with the cost of health care.  Serving children with special health care needs, including bone and joint diseases, hearing and ear diseases, cleft lip and palate and other craniofacial abnormalities, heart conditions, spina bifida and other birth defects, epilepsy (seizures), cerebral palsy and other central nervous system disorders, metabolic disorders, such as phenylketonuria (PKU), endocrine disorders, such as diabetes, problems related to accidents, burns and poisonings, cystic fibrosis, hemophilia (children and adults), sickle cell disorders (children and adults), delayed language, motor or growth development and kidney diseases.  Provides braces, equipment, hearing aids, medicines and medical supplies needed for treatment and provides speech therapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy, summer camp for children and services ordered by a CRS doctor, such as laboratory and x-rays.
FUNDING: State; Federal
PARENT AGENCY: SC DHEC at Greenville County Health Department
ALTERNATE CONTACTS: Jane Hammett, RN, (864)596-2227, ext. 232
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg, Union, Cherokee, Greenville and Pickens Counties
Date of Last Update: 20111028

 CONGREGATIONAL NURSING PROGRAM OF THE SPARTANBURG AREA
Georgia Lanford, RN, Manager
101 East Wood Street
Spartanburg, SC  29303
(864)560-3709
EMAIL: glanford@srhs.com
INTERNET: www.spartanburgregional.com/Pages/CongregationalNursing.aspx
HOURS: Office hours: 8:30 am-5 pm; Meetings offered once a month. See website for monthly meeting information.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Faith communities, clergy and individuals
FEES: Network meetings provided free of charge.
Mission Statement:  To develop and nurture congregational nursing and health ministries for Spartanburg County and surrounding areas.  Vision Statement:  To be recognized as a center of excellence for congregational nursing and health ministries that seeks to improve the quality of life by providing physical, emotional, and spiritual care to the community we serve.  The congregational nursing program offers networking and support, education, resources, consultation and health ministry training.  The congregational nurse is a registered nurse who serves as a member of a ministry team and promotes health as wholeness within a faith community, its families and individual members.  Health ministry is a ministry of the church designed to promote, improve and enhance the health, healing and well being of its membership.
FUNDING: Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System
PARENT AGENCY: Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System
ALTERNATE CONTACTS: Jenny Holmes, Program Coordinator -- jholmes@srhs.com
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg Area
Date of Last Update: 20110607

HEALTH DEPARTMENT, SPARTANBURG COUNTY
BabyNet
Melissa S. Swann, Babynet Supervisor
PO Box 4217
Spartanburg, SC  29305
STREET ADDRESS: 151 East Wood Street
(864)596-2227, ext. 280
EMAIL: swannms@dhec.sc.gov
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Infants and toddlers, ages 0-3, who are experiencing developmental delays
FEES: None
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Referrals accepted from any source
Provides early intervention services to enhance development for infants and toddlers with developmental delays and disabilities. Increases capacity of families to care for their special needs child.
FUNDING: Federal and State Funds
ALTERNET CONTACTS: Wanda Blakely, Administrative Assistant
PARENT AGENCY: South Carolina First Steps
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg, Union, and Cherokee Counties
Date of Last Update: 20100618

HEALTH DEPARTMENT, SPARTANBURG COUNTY
PO Box 4217
Spartanburg, SC  29305
STREET ADDRESS: 151 East Wood Street
(864)596-2227
INTERNET: www.scdhec.gov
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: General public; varies with each program
FEES: Fees vary depending upon service provided/sliding scale for some fees
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call for information
Promotes quality health care and provides information on prevention and environmental safety. Programs offered: Adult Immunizations, Breastfeeding Counseling, Children's Health and Immunizations, Children's Rehabilitative Services (CRS), Community Health Promotion, Environmental Health, Family Planning, Home Health Services (596-3347, 596-3320 or after-hours 1-800-244-7164), Pregnancy Testing, Nutrition Education and Counseling, Public Health Preparedness, Sexually Transmitted Disease Testing/Treatment/Counseling, HIV Clinic, Communicable Diseases, Social Work Counseling, TB Clinic, Vital Records, Women Infant and Children Program (WIC).
PARENT AGENCY: South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg County
Date of Last Update: 20100621

HEALTH DEPARTMENT, SPARTANBURG COUNTY
Tuberculosis (TB) Clinic
PO Box 4217
Spartanburg, SC  29305
STREET ADDRESS: 151 East Wood Street
(864)596-2227, ext. 345
INTERNET: www.scdhec.gov
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call for information
A program for people who have or have been exposed to TB. Services include: Testing and management; Case management; Help finding people exposed to TB; Preventive treatment for people exposed to TB.
PARENT AGENCY: South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg County
Date of Last Update: 20100621

HEALTH DEPARTMENT, SPARTANBURG COUNTY
Children's Health and Immunizations
PO Box 4217
Spartanburg, SC  29305
STREET ADDRESS: 151 East Wood Street
(864)596-2227
INTERNET: www.scdhec.gov
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call for more information
Medical care for babies and children. Services include: Lab tests; Information on nutrition, health and safety; Home visits for Medicaid-eligible newborns and their moms; Immunizations
PARENT AGENCY: South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC)
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg County
Date of Last Update: 20100621

LIVING BANK, INTERNATIONAL
Donna Frady
120 Painter Drive
Spartanburg, SC  29302
(864)573-6939 (H) or 587-4725 (W) or 1-800-528-2971 (National)
EMAIL: drfkpm@bellsouth.net
INTERNET: www.livingbank.org
FEES: None
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call or write
Founded 1968. The only International Registry and Information Service of All Organ and Tissue Donations. Computerized. A nonprofit, non-government organization which charges no fees for its services. To schedule use of a video for a program (15-30 minutes), to obtain donor registration forms, or find out how you can help promote pledges of the gift of life and health, phone their 800 number.  Donna Frady is available to speak to clubs or groups interested.
FUNDING: Contributions; Grants
AREA SERVED: Upstate South Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20110608

PIEDMONT CARE
Tracey L. Jackson, Executive Director
101 North Pine Street, Suite 200
Spartanburg, SC  29302
(864)582-7773; 1-866-454-7773(toll free) ; FAX: (864)582-8637
EMAIL: tracey@piedmontcare.org
INTERNET: www.piedmontcare.org
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: HIV+ for care services. No requirements for education services. No requirements for HIV testing.
FEES: None
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call for more information. Call for HIV testing appointment.
HIV+ clients receive assistance with physician visits, dental visits, medications, transportation, housing needs, insurance assistance, case management, health education and nutritional supplements. The organization also provides free HIV/AIDS education, awareness, and prevention tools for the community. HIV counseling and testing-free and confidential. Photo ID required. HIV counseling and testing provided Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30 am until 3:30 pm; Wednesday HIV testing schedule, 8:30 am until noon.
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg, Union, and Cherokee Counties
Date of Last Update: 20110511

RED CROSS, AMERICAN
Kimberly Days, Research Analyst
104 Garner Road
Spartanburg, SC  29303
(864)583-8000 
EMAIL: kdays@piedmontarc.org
INTERNET: http://piedmont.redcross.org
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm (Emergency after-hours coverage 24-7)
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: General public
FEES: CPR/First Aid and other courses available at current pricing
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call, visit
Emergency assistance for natural disasters, including single family fires; emergency communications and assistance for military families; health and safety education training in CPR, first aid, water safety, lifeguard training; babysitting training; volunteer placement; community education for disaster prevention.
FUNDING: United Way; Contributions; Course Fees; Special Events
ALTERNATIVE CONTACTS: volunteer@piedmontarc.org
PARENT AGENCY: American National Red Cross
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg, Union, and Cherokee Counties
Date of Last Update: 20111020

REGIONAL PEDIATRIC REHABILITATION
Sharon Caston, Manager
101 East Wood Street
Spartanburg, SC  29303
(864)560-6480
EMAIL: scaston@srhs.com
HOURS: Monday-Thursday, 8 am-6 pm; Friday, 8 am-5 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Developmental delays in the areas of gross motor, fine motor, and communication
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Physician's prescription required
Therapy services for children who need occupational, physical, speech-language or feeding therapy. Interdisciplinary care for special needs children is provided.
FUNDING: Private Insurance; Medicaid; Babynet; Self-pay
PARENT AGENCY: Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg, Union, and Cherokee Counties
Date of Last Update: 20110907

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Home Health Care & Hospices

COMMUNITY LONG TERM CARE
Kristin Taylor, Executive Director
1411 W.O. Ezell Boulevard, Suite 6
Spartanburg, SC  29301
(864)587-4707
FAX: (864)587-4716
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Functional disabled who are Medicaid eligible and in need of intermediate or skilled level of care
FEES: Medicaid eligible
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call
Assessment of long term care needs, determination of level of care, and planning for clients who want to live at home, to receive services. Program for elderly and disabled individuals, AIDS/HIV, and mechanical ventilator dependent clients.  Pre-admission screening for the level of care necessary for nursing home and admission for Medicaid payment.
FUNDING: Federal; State
PARENT AGENCY: SC Department of Health and Human Services
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg, Cherokee, and Union Counties
Date of Last Update: 20110902

DHEC HOME HEALTH SERVICES, REGION 2 HEALTH DISTRICT
PO Box 4217
Spartanburg, SC  29305
STREET ADDRESS: 151 East Wood Street
(864)596-3320
FAX (864)596-3347 or 596-3320 after business hours
INTERNET: www.scdhec.gov
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Person must be homebound, have need for a skilled medical service, and have a primary physician.
FEES: Agency bills Medicare, Medicaid, VA, private insurance, other third party payers and recipients of care when no other source is available.
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call for more information
Home Health Services - Home visits teach patients how to care for themselves.  Services include: nursing; physical, occupational, or speech therapy; Medical social work; Nutritional counseling; Diabetic counseling; Wound care services; Disease management; Home health aide services.
FUNDING: SCDHEC
PARENT AGENCY: South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg, Cherokee, Greenville, Pickens, and Union Counties
Date of Last Update: 20111025

HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE, SPARTANBURG REGIONAL
Linda Harris, Director
Spartanburg Regional Home Care
120 Heywood Avenue, Suite 300
Spartanburg, SC  29302
(864)560-3900
EMAIL: Lharris@srhs.com
INTERNET: www.srhs.com
HOURS: Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 am-4:30 pm; 24 hour patient service
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Patient must have life-limiting illness with a life expectancy of 6 months or less and be under the care of a physician;  Must live in Spartanburg, Cherokee, Greenville or Union County.
FEES: Call for information. All Insurance accepted.
As one of the longest serving hospice programs in South Carolina, Spartanburg Regional Hospice was founded in 1980 to provide physical, emotional and spiritual support to patients and their families at the end of their life.
Our diverse team of professional is committed to providing excellent, loving care, while supporting our patients in the desire to live life to the fullest with dignity and comfort. Our patients are eligible to be admitted to the Regional Hospice Home.
FUNDING: Contributions; Spartanburg Regional Hospice Board
PARENT AGENCY: Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg, Cherokee, Greenville and Union Counties
Date of Last Update: 20110527

INTERIM HEALTHCARE HOSPICE
Nancy Dereng, Director of Hospice
775 Spartan Boulevard., Suite 101
Spartanburg, SC  29301
(864)587-9798 or 1-800-758-4966 ; FAX: (864)587-2855
INTERNET: www.homenursing.com
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm, but available by phone 24 hours/7 days a week
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Must have a terminal prognosis
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Please call for details
Non profit, free standing Hospice providing care for patients, of all ages, with a terminal diagnosis. Pre-hospice support available. Community grief support.
FUNDING: Non-Profit
PARENT AGENCY: Interim HealthCare
ALTERNATE CONTACTS: Maureen Santaniello, Referral Coordinator
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg, Greenville, Cherokee, Laurens, Oconee, Pickens, Union, Anderson
Date of Last Update: 20100712
 

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Hospitals, Health Care Facilities, and Medical Transportation

EMS; EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
Luke Pye
525 Union Street
Spartanburg, SC  29306
(864)596-2805 ; FAX: (864)596-2806
EMAIL: lpye@srhs.com
INTERNET: www.spartanburgems.com
Emergency care and transportation for the sick and injured. For this service, dial 911.
FUNDING: Spartanburg County
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg County
Date of Last Update: 20100809

HEALTHCARE SYSTEM, SPARTANBURG REGIONAL
Chad Lawson, Public Relations Director
101 East Wood Street
Spartanburg, SC  29303
(864)560-6000
EMAIL: celawson@srhs.com
INTERNET: www.srhs.com
Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System (SRHS) is one of South Carolina's largest community-based healthcare providers. Offering services in every facet of care, SRHS has more than 500 physicians who are committed to caring for residents in a five-county area of North and South Carolina. Boasting the top-rated Regional Heart Center, Gibbs Regional Cancer Center, the Regional Center for Women, and the new Regional Emergency Center, SRHS is also home to South Carolina's only accredited stroke and chest pain centers. Additionally, SRHS has been named a "Top 100" hospital for advances in computer technology while consistently ranking among the top hospitals in the nation for patient satisfaction. Each year, SRHS hosts a wide range of education sessions and wellness screenings, a fulfillment of its goal to promote good health in the community it serves.
FUNDING: Self-supporting, no tax reserve
PARENT AGENCY: Spartanburg Regional Health Services District
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg, Union and Cherokee Counties and surrounding areas.
Date of Last Update: 20100713

MARY BLACK HEALTH SYSTEM
Connie LeGrand, Director of Marketing and Public Relations
PO Box 3217
Spartanburg, SC  29304
STREET ADDRESS: 1700 Skylyn Drive
(864)573-3000 ; FAX: (864)216-4887
EMAIL: connie.legrand@maryblack.org
INTERNET: www.maryblackhealthsystem.com
FEE: Dependent upon services rendered
A fully integrated healthcare system which includes: Mary Black Memorial Hospital, licensed for 209 beds with a 300+ member medical staff, covering all specialties;  A Certified Stroke Center; Mary Black Physicians Group, with 35 physicians in 12 practices; and the Mary Black HealthNetwork (PHO).  Special programs and services include: a 21-bed Birthing Center, an Outpatient Imaging Center; a 24-hour Emergency Care; Minor Care; Cardio/Cath Lab; Endoscopy suite; a Sleep Center and Respiratory Therapy; Women’s Breast Health Center, featuring digital mammography, Wound Center; and an 18-bed Rehabilitation Center, the area’s only CARF-accredited inpatient rehab center. Outreach activities include:  Healthy Woman, monthly health education sessions; Senior Circle, health screenings, activities and trips for seniors; 50+ Expo; prenatal classes and an annual Maternity Fair.
FUNDING: Private
PARENT AGENCY: Community Health Systems
ALTERNATIVE CONTACT: Carmen Cato, (864)216-4894, carmen.cato@maryblack.org ; Katherine Anlicker, (864)253-8114, katherine.anlicker@maryblack.org ; Tia Batson, (864)216-4895, tia.batson@maryblack.org
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg, Union, and Cherokee Counties
Date of Last Update: 20110211

MARY BLACK MINOR CARE CENTER
2995 Reidville Road
Spartanburg, SC  29301
(864)587-3000, Ext.10
INTERNET: www.maryblackhealthsystem.com
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8 am-8 pm; Weekends, 10 am-8 pm
FEES: Variable; payment upon services
Mary Black Minor Care Center, (MBMCC) offers the same non-emergency services available in your doctor's office, for illness or injuries that are not critical or life-threatening. Lab work, x-ray, imaging and ultrasounds are also offered on-site for diagnostic purposes. MBMCC is staffed by physicians to care for patients outside of normal doctor's office hours, or for patients who do not have a primary care doctor. Most insurance plans are accepted. No appointment is necessary. Patients are seen on a walk-in basis. MBMCC is supported by all the resources of Mary Black Health System, a fully integrated health system.
PARENT AGENCY: Mary Black Health System
AREA SERVED: Upstate SC
Date of Last Update: 20110905

MERCY FLIGHT SOUTHEAST
Greg Church, VP Administration and Support
8864 Airport Blvd.
Leesburg, FL  34788
1-888-744-8263 (Hotline); (352)326-0800 (Office) ; FAX: (352)326-9360
EMAIL: greg@mercymail.org
INTERNET: www.mercyflightse.org
HOURS: Office: Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm; 24/7 contact for active patients
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Must be medically stable and ambulatory, treatment not available locally, financial need
FEES: None
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call 1-888-744-8263
Nonprofit volunteer pilot association with locations throughout the United States. Flies needy patients to other hospitals for treatment. Call the toll free number above for assistance. Also transports patients for cancer therapy, organ transplants and treatment after accidents on non-emergency basis.
FUNDING: Private contributions
ALTERNATE CONTACTS: Tom Ross, Chairman
AREA SERVED: Southeast US
Date of Last Update: 20100707

PEDIATRIC EVENING CLINIC
Ralph H. Johns, M.D., Medical Director
451 A. East St. John Street
Spartanburg, SC  29302
(864)591-0311
EMAIL: pedeclinic@charter.net
INTERNET: www.pediatriceveningclinic.com
HOURS: 6-10 pm, seven night a week
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Must be 0-18 years old
FEES: $70.00 basic
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Walk-in
A convenience for you and your physician. Staffed only by pediatricians. Accepts private insurance, VISA, MC, Discover, and Medicaid. Handles mini-emergencies. No appointment necessary.
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg County
Date of Last Update: 20110614

REGENESIS HEALTH CARE
George Newby
PO Box 5158
Spartanburg, SC  29304
(864)582-2817
EMAIL: gnewby@myrhc.org
INTERNET: www.myrhc.org
HOURS: Varies. Call clinic for appointment
FEES: Fees on a sliding scale
ReGenesis Health Care is a non-profit organization providing comprehensive high-quality health care to anyone with or without medical insurance. Sliding fee scale. Three locations: Spartanburg Clinic, 750 South Church Street, (864)582-2411; Middle Tyger Clinic, Middle Tyger Community Center, 84 Groce Road, Lyman, (864)721-2460; Gaffney Clinic, 1419 North Limestone Street, Gaffney, (864)902-1000. Hours vary. Call clinic for appointment.
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg and Cherokee Counties
Date of Last Update: 20111028

SAINT LUKE'S HOSPITAL
Ken Shull, President/CEO
101 Hospital Drive
Columbus, NC  28722
(828)894-3311
INTERNET: www.saintlukeshospital.com
HOURS: 24 hours per day
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Private pay Insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, community care
FEES: Established charges
General acute care hospital; 24-hour physician staffed emergency outpatient surgery; advanced orthopaedic surgery and rehabilitation; adult geriatric-psychiatric inpatient unit; wound care and hyperbaric treatment; lymphedema therapy
FUNDING: Not for profit, private
PARENT AGENCY: St. Luke's Healthcare, Inc.
ALTERNATE CONTACTS: CFO-Bob Cress
AREA SERVED: Upper Spartanburg County (Landrum, Campobello, Gramling, Gowensville)
Date of Last Update: 20100820

 

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Pregnancy

FLORENCE CRITTENTON PROGRAMS OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Lisa Belton, Executive Director
19 Saint Margaret Street
Charleston, SC  29403
(843)722-7526
FAX: (843)577-0770
EMAIL: info@florencecrittentonsc.org
INTERNET: www.florencecrittentonsc.org
HOURS:
We are a residential facility, and therefore open 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
Residential Program provides comprehensive medical, educational, counseling, life skills and support services to single, pregnant young women.  Family Development Program provides home-based counseling, case management, and other support services.
FEES: Based on ability to pay, Medicaid, Title XX.
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call
Residential program providing comprehensive medical, educational and support services to young women experiencing the problems of single pregnancy. Includes individual, group and family counseling; homebound instruction grades 6-12; supplementary classes in health, prepared childbirth, parenting and human sexuality; adoption group and counseling; career planning; and life skills and recreational activities. Family Development program provides apartments for 10 mothers who each have one child. Support services provided by caseworker. Outreach services are also provided.
FUNDING: Contributions; United Way; Medicaid; Fees; Grants
ALTERNATE CONTACTS:
Maureen Porter, Family Development Program Director - (843)722-7526
AREA SERVED: South Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20110727

HEALTH DEPARTMENT, SPARTANBURG COUNTY
Family Planning
PO Box 4217
Spartanburg, SC  29305
STREET ADDRESS: 151 East Wood Street
(864)596-2227
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Varies with each program
FEES: Fees vary
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call for information
Family Planning helps women decide when to have children and what birth control method to use. Services include: Checkup; Pap smear (cervical cancer screening test); Test/treat sexually transmitted diseases (STDs); Pregnancy test; Birth control method (abstinence, birth control patch, birth control pills, DepoProvera shots); Information and counseling about family planning and STDs. Referral to other medical providers if needed.
PARENT AGENCY: South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg County
Date of Last Update: 20100621

PREGNANCY CENTER, CAROLINA
PO Box 5364
Spartanburg, SC  29304
STREET ADDRESS: 103 Metro Drive, Spartanburg, SC 29303
(864)582-4673 and 1-800-273-4757 ; FAX: (864)585-2946
EMAIL: alexia@carolinapregnancy.org
INTERNET: www.carolinapregnancy.org
HOURS: 9 am-5 pm, Monday-Friday
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Any woman needing a pregnancy test and/or counseling about pregnancy alternatives; counseling services are extended to boyfriends, husbands, and friends/family members who desire counseling and support.
FEES: All services are free
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call for appointment
Spiritual, emotional, and family counseling; basic information on pregnancy, post-abortion counseling; a basic parenting class; level two parenting classes dealing with discipline, anger management, toddler issues. Referrals for professional and family counseling, Teen MOPS (Mothers of Pre-Schoolers); limited ultrasounds.
FUNDING: Churches, Contributions
AREA SERVED: Upstate South Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20110609

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Substance Abuse Services

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE COMMISSION, SPARTANBURG COUNTY
David L. Forrester, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission Director
PO Box 1252
Spartanburg, SC  29304
STREET ADDRESS: 187
West Broad Street, Suite 200, Spartanburg, SC 29306
(864)582-7588, Ext. 322
EMAIL: david@sadac.org
INTERNET: www.sadac.org
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm; evening appointments available
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Residents of Spartanburg County
FEES: Hourly fees for services with indigent consideration; Medicaid and other 3rd party insurers
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call, visit
Provides educational, prevention, and treatment programs for alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse.
FUNDING: Federal, State, County, and fees
ALTERNATE CONTACTS: Kathy Murphy, kathy@sadac.org ; Lisa Deer, deer@sadac.org
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg County
Date of Last Update: 20111025

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE COMMISSION, SPARTANBURG COUNTY
Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
Kathy Murphy, Deputy Director of Treatment Services
PO Box 1252
Spartanburg, SC  29304
STREET ADDRESS: 187
West Broad Street, Spartanburg, SC 29306
(864)582-7588, Ext. 218
EMAIL: kathy@sadac.org
INTERNET: www.sadac.org
HOURS: Monday-Friday, mornings, afternoons, and evenings
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Residents of Spartanburg County
FEES: Hourly fees for services with indigency considerations; Medicaid and other 3rd party insurers.
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: No appointment is necessary to be assessed.  Come into the office on Monday-Thursday, 8:00 am-3:30 pm, and Friday, 8-11 am.
For individuals and their families needing special help in stopping the use or abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, SADAC offers an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). This program allows a person to live at home and continue with work or school and at the same time receive treatment services similar to those offered in an in-patient setting.
FUNDING: Federal; State; Spartanburg County; Fees
ALTERNATE CONTACTS: Lisa Hendrick, Pam Newman
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg County
Date of Last Update: 20110602

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE COMMISSION, SPARTANBURG COUNTY
Outpatient
Kathy Murphy, Deputy Director of Treatment Services
PO Box 1252
Spartanburg, SC  29304
STREET ADDRESS: 187
West Broad Street, Spartanburg, SC 29306
(864)582-7588, Ext. 218
EMAIL: kathy@sadac.org
INTERNET: www.sadac.org
HOURS: Monday-Thursday, 8 am-3:30 pm and Friday, 8-11 am
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Adult and Adolescent residents of Spartanburg County
FEES: Hourly fees for services with indigency considerations; Medicaid and other 3rd party insurers
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call, Drop-In
Any person, couple, or family can receive help at SADAC to deal with alcohol or drug abuse problems.  The outpatient program offers services that are individualized for each person and/or for each family member seeking help.  Someone who lives with or is close to an addicted person can get help even if the addicted person refuses to be in treatment. No appointment is necessary to be assessed.
FUNDING: Federal; State; Spartanburg County; Fees
ALTERNATE CONTACTS: Lisa Hendrick, Pam Newman
PARENT AGENCY: Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services, South Carolina Department
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg County
Date of Last Update: 20110607

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE COMMISSION, SPARTANBURG COUNTY
Prevention; HIV/AIDS Risk Reduction Assistance
Phillip Hudson, Senior Program Coordinator of Prevention Services
PO Box 1252
Spartanburg, SC  29304
STREET ADDRESS: 187
West Broad Street, Spartanburg, SC 29306
(864)582-7588 Ext.334 (SADAC Main)
FAX: (864)582-8119
EMAIL: phillip@sadac.org
INTERNET: www.sadac.org
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5:30 pm;
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Residents of Spartanburg County
FEES: Fees depending on programs requested; treatment fees vary
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call, visit
Risk Reduction Assistance Program provides prevention, and intervention through education and counseling, which encourages personal development to lower behavioral risk.  Our hope is to reduce the spread of infectious diseases by using positive direction and promoting healthy alternatives to the harmful use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
FUNDING: Federal; State; Spartanburg County; Fees
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg County
Date of Last Update: 20110819

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH, THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR
2700 East Phillips Road
Greer, SC  29650
(864)235-2335 or 1-800-866-4673(HOPE) (24 hour Crisis Line)
INTERNET: www.thecarolinacenter.com
HOURS: 24 hours
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Meets clinical criteria
FEES: Vary
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call, referral
The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health is an 89-bed facility owned, managed and operated by a subsidiary of Universal Health Services, Inc. The facility, located in upstate South Carolina, specializes in psychiatric and chemical dependency treatment for adolescents, adults and senior adults. To meet the diverse needs of the community, an array of inpatient and outpatient programs are offered in addition to a 24-hour needs assessment and referral service.
FUNDING: Private insurance
PARENT AGENCY: Universal Health Services, Inc.
AREA SERVED: Upstate South Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20101001

PREVENTS LINE, SC
Bob Toomey, Director
DAODAS
PO Box 8268
Columbia, SC  29202
1-800-SCPREVENTS (727-7383)
EMAIL: btoomey@daodas.state.sc.us
INTERNET: www.daodas.state.sc.us
HOURS: 24-hour phone line
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: General public for information and referral.
FEES: Usually none
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Call for information
A toll-free automated-response line that the public can use to locate the state's 33 county alcohol and drug abuse authorities, to access services for gambling addiction, and to obtain other information available through DAODAS.
FUNDING: Grants-State and Federal
PARENT AGENCY: South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services
AREA SERVED: South Carolina
Date of Last Update: 20110711

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