Thanks to our Providers/Donors

2019/2020 Financial Partners & Members

Through the support of organizations and individuals like you, Mental Health America of Greenville County (MHAGC) is able to continue its vital programming in the Upstate and across the state.  Learn more about how YOU or YOUR ORGANIZATION can be part of the growing network of support by visiting our membership page or by contacting us at mhagc@mhagc.org.   

The South Carolina Department of Mental Health provides financial support for the Greenville and Spartanburg  Reassurance Line programs, the expansion of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (Lifeline) to South Carolina beyond the 864 area code (through a national grant with Vibrant Emotional Health and Lifeline), and the telephonic operations of the Community Crisis Response and Intervention program (CCRI).  

MHAGC is proud to be a community partner of United Way Greenville County. United Way helps support CRISISline, TEENline and Consumer Support Services. 

 

 

The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) provides grant funds for the operation of the Greenville County Behavioral Health (GCBH) AmeriCorps State program and the GCBH AmeriCorps VISTA program.

 

The Jolley Foundation provides financial support to provide administrative oversight of the GCBH AmeriCorps VISTA program, , which places college graduates at eleven Greenville County agencies providing mental health or substance use-related services. 

 

  • Bank of Travelers Rest
  • Furman University
  • Gateway House
  • Greenville County School District
  • Julie Valentine
  • Just Say Something
  • NAMI Greenville
  • The Phoenix Center
  • PRISMA Health
  • Safe Harbor
  • Sidewall Pizza
  • SWITCH
  • Upstate Warrior Solution
  • WalMart



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