Mental Health Resources for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We will continue to update this page as new information becomes available.

Stay informed and keep yourself well during the Coronavirus outbreak period with these helpful resources:

All SCDMH (South Carolina Department of Mental Health) inpatient facilities (hospitals and nursing homes), SCDMH Community Mental Health Centers and the Department’s Administrative offices and support facilities remain open. As noted in the Governor’s Emergency Declaration, all State Offices will remain open and that includes SCDMH. While all components of the agency are taking precautions to protect patients, residents and staff from exposure to the novel coronavirus, the Department has no plans to close or limit the hours of operations of its facilities. Please check the agency’s website for current locations and hours of operation of SCDMH facilities and offices. The Crisis Line is 1-833-DMH-CCRI (1-833-364-2274).

Mental Health Community of Hope (MHCH)

Overflow Foundation is thankful to announce the Mental Health Community of Hope (MHCH).

MHCH is a new approach to building community for people living with mental illness and their family members. Despair and hopelessness often grow in the absence of meaningful social connections. Statistics also show that being connected in the community where we live and work is a protective factor against suicide, and the more connected a person is, the less likely they will be to end their life. Yet people with mental illness lack safe, caring places to build and strengthen much needed social connections. Family members also lack safe and caring places to receive the encouragement they need to support their struggling loved ones. The solution is not adding more mental health professionals to the workforce, although there is a critical need for that. Overflow Foundation believes the solution lies in the faith community, which has a unique and often underutilized role to play in filling in care and support gaps left by government and healthcare systems.

friends walking arm in arm support for mental health Overflow Foundation MHCH aiken sc augusta gaMHCH will be a monthly gathering (4th Sunday of each month) beginning September 22, 2019, intended to help address the needs for that meaningful interaction described above, as well as provide accurate education for those living with mental illness and their families. We are praying that these gatherings will extend the radical friendship of Jesus by providing transforming love, support, and hope. MHCH is hosted by Overflow Foundation in partnership with Cedar Creek Church.

Date: 4th Sunday of each month, beginning Sunday September 22
Time: 3:00 – 4:30 PM
Location: Cedar Creek Church, Banks Mill Campus, 3001 Banks Mill Rd SE, Aiken, SC 29803

To view upcoming dates for MHCH or other Overflow classes and events, visit our Upcoming Events page.

The Lee Family is “All In”

The Lee family is “All In” as Overflow Foundation attends its first event at Ed Turner and Number Nine Show in Augusta, Georgia. Promoting mental health awareness and suicide prevention as well as bringing Mental Health First Aid classes to the CSRA (Spring 2019) #PHIL