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We here at Behavioral Health Services are honored you chose us for your treatment needs. We strive to provide you and our community with the best prevention, intervention, and treatment options available. We work hard to create a safe and caring environment for you and your family's needs. We understand that seeking help can sometimes be difficult and stressful. Our hope is that your experience with us helps you feel more comfortable engaging in treatment.
BHSPC has been providing substance abuse and behavioral health services to our community for over 45 years. Our staff is dedicated to serving our clients using the best Evidence-Based Treatments available. As you begin services with us, we will be assessing for your individualized plan of care. We have a variety of services to best fit your needs.
Our goal is to assist you in becoming happier, healthier and more successful in your recovery of whatever issues you are going through. We believe in recovery and strive to provide you with that hope as well. This website will explain our services and what to expect. If you have any questions, feel free to ask any of our staff. Thank you again for trusting us to provide for your needs.
Angela B. Farmer, M.Ed., LPC, MAC, LAC, Executive Director
BHSPC's Response to COVID-19
BHSPC is accepting new patients. Please call the office to schedule an intake. Be mindful of CDC guidelines for social distancing and infection control. You will be required to have your temperature taken, wear a mask that can be provided to you, and complete a COVID screener when coming to the office. Following the intake an assessment will be scheduled via Telehealth-Teleconferencing.
If you need immediate assistance, please check out our Resources page for Hotlines, online meetings, and other options.
Behavioral Health Services of Pickens County will not deny requested health care services and shall not discriminate in the provision of services to an individual because the individual is unable to pay for the services.
Open Access Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 am
People are seen on a first-come, first-serve basis
This section is to be used for general questions.
If you require immediate assistance, please call our office at (864) 898-5800
If you are experiencing a medical or mental health emergency, please call 911 or the Community Crisis Response and Intervention Helpline at 1-833-364-2274. BHSPC also has an on-call counselor. To contact our on-call counselor, please call the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office at (864)898-5500 and ask that our on-call counselor return your call.