Remember, You’re Not Alone: Support and Recovery Resources

You are not alone in your struggles. If you are feeling anxious, depressed, or stretched thin, please know there are so many resources available to you—right where you are. Let God show you his incredible power to break chains and bring hope and healing to you and your family.

Support, Mental Health, and Recovery Resources

Celebrate Recovery
Celebrate Recovery is a faith-based, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. Visit to find a group near you.

Seacoast Celebrate Recovery
Seacoast Celebrate Recovery offers men and women 12-step groups and a Family Support Group at our Mount PleasantSummerville, and West Ashley Campuses. For more information, please email or visit

County Mental Health Centers

Visit Charleston & Dorchester County: or call Charleston Clinic: 843-852-4100, Dorchester (Summerville) Clinic: 843-873-5063.

Visit Berkley Community Mental Health: call 843-761-8282.

If you need someone to talk to, Seacoast Church has trained Encouragers (couples, men, women, and financial Encouragers) who will meet with you one-on-one for three sessions. During these sessions, you will have the opportunity to share your story, be encouraged with truth, and receive help in determining a healthy next step. Contact to get connected with an Encourager.

Divorce Care

This group provides a safe and encouraging place to seek guidance and healing from the effects of divorce. Some of the topics include the road to healing, finding help, facing anger, depression, and loneliness. For more information, visit Seacoast Church Care Events.

Fetter Health Care

Fetter offers medical, behavioral health services, and Pharmacy services both in-person and through telehealth. Fetter accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and offers a sliding scale for services. For more information, call 843-722-4112 or visit Fetter Health Care.


Griefshare is a support group for people grieving the death of someone close. Each meeting includes a video featuring top experts on grief, small group discussion and group activities. A virtual meeting option is available through Seacoast Church. For more information, check out

Life Resources
A mental health resource center located in the Lowcountry that provides counseling sessions. For more information, visit Life Resources.

Lowcountry Mobile Crisis Unit

Assessment/Mobile Crisis (A/MC) is a 24/7 psychiatric assessment team serving both Charleston and Dorchester Counties. A/MC is available to the community 365 days a year to triage psychiatric needs and connect individuals to treatment resources. A/MC is also available by phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for treatment resource information and/or triage services: call 843-414-2350.

National Alliance on Mental Illness
NAMI Charleston Area offers monthly support groups for family members and friends of those who have a loved one who suffers from a mental illness and for individuals recovering from a brain disorder or mental illness. For more information, or nationally,

South Carolina Department of Mental Health & DAODAS 24 hr. Support Line

SCDMH and the South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services (DAODAS) provides a statewide support line for individuals in need of mental health or substance use services. The support line will connect callers to trained clinicians who can address their specific needs. Call: 1-844-724-6737.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Helpline

SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders. Call: 1-800-662-4357 or via text message: Text your 5-digit ZIP Code to 435748 (HELP4U) to access the service. 

The Hope Project

Real, raw ministry for addicts, alcoholics, those in and out of jail, and other marginalized people and their families. To attend a meeting online or in person at our West Ashley Campus, visit for the schedule and details for the following three groups:

  1. Addiction and Compulsion group: for anyone struggling with any kind of addiction.
  2. Al-Anon type group: for people who have struggled with a friend’s or loved one’s addiction.
  3. ​Community group: for those seeking community and growth.

Group online meetings are via Zoom and Facebook. For more information, visit or email Chad Logan:

The National 24hr Suicide Hotline

The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress and crisis experiencing suicidal thoughts. Professionals are available by phone or online chat. Call: 1-800-273-8255 or to access the chat option visit:

Trauma Recovery

Trauma Reboot Recovery class is a 12-week faith-based program that helps individuals and their families overcome trauma. Our courses, training, and online community are open to anyone looking to move forward from trauma and tragedy into a better future. For more information, contact