Spartanburg Regional’s Behavioral Health Services provide a wealth of meaningful services to individuals and families throughout our region. They offer an array of services anchored by round-the-clock emergency care. Individuals can get immediate help by calling our 24-hour hotline or coming to the Regional Trauma Center. In either case, a psychiatrist is on call to provide patients with the specific level of care needed.
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.
Also known as New Day Clubhouse, New Day was founded in 1987 as a private, nonprofit organization through the efforts of the Mental Health Association of the Piedmont. New Day was established to fill the community’s need for a psychiatric rehabilitation center serving adults, 18 years and older, with diagnoses of serious and persistent mental illness.
This organization works to promote mental health and prevent mental illnesses through advocacy, education, research and service.
Offices in Spartanburg, Union, & Cherokee Counties
The American Childhood Cancer Organization® is the largest publisher and distributor of free childhood cancer books in the country. Our books and materials are targeted at parents, young patients, siblings, educators, and caregivers. We work constantly to develop new tools and resources for the population we serve.
Mental Health America (MHA) – founded in 1909 – is the nation’s leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and promoting the overall mental health of all Americans. Find help, support groups, informational articles, and help get connected to a health care provider on our website. If you are in crisis and need immediate help please call 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
Any serious illness can impact mental health. For patients, caregivers, and their loved ones, going through cancer can be a devastating experience. Receiving a potentially fatal diagnosis, going through treatment protocols, and learning to live with limitations can cause depression in many patients, as can side effects from the treatment itself. Managing mental health needs is a crucial part of the treatment process, and may even impact prognosis.