• Behavioral Health and COVID-19

    We are living in unprecedented times, and although we are required to be socially distant, we are not alone. With everything that is happening quickly all around us, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed at home,…Read more »
  • CareSouth Carolina is focused on integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care throughout the Pee Dee Area 

    Ann M. Lewis, Chief Executive Officer of CareSouth Carolina, who has been recognized by the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) with the 2012 John Gilbert Award, which recognizes longstanding excellence and leadership in community health shares…Read more »
  • Language of Recovery: The use of appropriate terminology is essential to decrease stigma and barriers to treatment 

    Julie Cole, Executive Director of the Courage Center, and Tena Hunt-McKinney, PhD, Director of the Psychiatric/Mental Health NP Program at the USC College of Nursing offer an excellent platform to discuss appropriate terminology that helps decrease stigma…Read more »
  • MIRCI’s Successes Throughout the Midlands

    MIRCI’s approach of Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams, SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access and Recovery (SOAR), and other efforts have been proven successful by the clients they serve throughout the Midlands. Julie Ann Avin, President and Executive Director, and…Read more »
  • FAVOR Greenville has assumed a leadership role nationally in recovery services

    Executive Director of FAVOR Greenville, Rich Jones, MA, MBA, LCAS, SAP, presents on FAVOR Greenville. FAVOR Greenville was named a Model program and Center of Excellence by SAMSHA in November 2017 and is one of only nine organizations…Read more »
  • The MAT Partnership of CareSouth Carolina and Trinity Behavioral Care emphasizes the importance of integration and alignment of care

    Christian Barnes-Young, MS, LPC, Executive Director of Tri-County Community Mental Health Center, and Donny Brock, Executive Director of Trinity Behavioral Care, present their experiences working to promote integrated care in a rural mental health setting.  2.27 Rural…Read more »
  • SC Department of Corrections is working to improve the diagnosis and treatment of inmates with mental illnesses

    Bryan Stirling, Director of the SC Department of Corrections, shares successes and improvements within Corrections to ensure mentally ill inmates are diagnosed and treated. He discusses their work with inmates to develop plans of care designed to…Read more »
  • MUSC’s SC MAT ACCESS Project works to bridge gap between the need for behavioral health treatment and access

    Dr. Kelly Barth, a psychiatrist and internal medicine doctor at MUSC who specializes in the management of chronic pain and opioid dependence shares MUSC’s successful efforts with the SC MAT ACCESS project. The Project works to bridge…Read more »
  • Women’s Health Services at MUSC is working to help the growing concern of newborn opioid withdrawal syndrome

    Dr. Constance Guille, a psychiatrist and Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at MUSC shares successes with Integrating Behavioral Health Services into Obstetrics Care  10.12.17 Connie Guille, MD, MSCR Link to photo: https://depositphotos.com/stock-photos/black-babies.html?qview=31938705Read more »