The National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center provides evidence-based mental health services to any person of any age who is the victim of a crime or has experienced other types of trauma (e.g., natural disaster, industrial accident, car accident).
The NCVC has several different clinical programs, each with staff who are knowledgeable and understanding of the special needs of its clients:
- Child and Family Clinic: offers help to victims ages 4 - 17 and their families
- Adult Clinic: treats those aged 18 - 54
- Older Adult Clinic: available for clients aged 55 and older
- Community Outreach Program: brings mental health services to patients who are unable to travel to the clinic
- Hispanic Outreach Program - Esperanza (HOPE)
- Domestic Violence (COPE-DV): to provide clinical care in the home, delivered within a culturally appropriate context to domestic violence victims.
Depending on a client's needs, a clinician may provide:
- Cognitive-Behavioral therapy
- Behavior therapy
- Family therapy
- Parent training
A psychiatrist is also available one day a week for physical health and medication consultations.
More Clinical Services offered through the NCVC.
To make an appointment, you must first speak with our intake coordinator, who will conduct a brief phone interview with you. For more information about the intake process, click here.
Clinic Phone: (843) 792-8209
8:30am - 5:00pm Monday thru Friday
The NCVC does not provide crisis management. For information on local resources that provide crisis management services, see Resources for Public.