60 Caledonia Road, Asheville, NC
One Chestnut Way, Traveler’s Rest, NC
The mission of the Charles Lea Center is to be the organization dedicated to supporting people with disabilities and special needs where they live, work and play. Programs for individuals and family support are available, as well as supported employment and clinical services.
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.
Carolina Counseling Partners is an intentionally small group of three licensed counselors based in Greenville, SC. We work with men and women, teens, children, families, and couples of all faiths, races, and cultures on a variety of issues. We also offer group counseling, workshops, and events.
This organization works to promote mental health and prevent mental illnesses through advocacy, education, research and service.
356 Biltmore Ave., Asheville, NC
The clinic is located at 600 Arlington Avenue, on the corner of Arlington Avenue and S. Leach Street in downtown Greenville. The clinic serves low-income residents of Greenville County who have no medical coverage (that is, no Medicaid, Medicare, or private health insurance). Eligibility is determined by total household income and the number of people in the household. To be screened for assistance, potential patients must bring Social security cards, paycheck stubs, and verification of Greenville County residency.