Behavioral Health: Mental Health and Addiction Medicine

Our behavioral health services provide care for people dealing with mental health and addiction concerns. At MUSC Health, we are here to help our patients understand their condition and create custom treatment plans.

Mental Health | Addiction Medicine | Research | Contact & Locations

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline phone number is now 988.

If you’re experiencing thoughts of suicide or self-harm, dial 9-8-8 immediately to speak with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

Mental Health

Mental health encompasses conditions that impact our emotional and psychological well-being. Your mental health can negatively impact your physical and cognitive functions. At MUSC Health, we offer a variety of specialized mental health programs and clinics to treat a broad spectrum of concerns. To find out more about our treatment options, click the condition below.

Anxiety Disorders

Mood Disorders

Thought Disorders

Other Mental Health Disorders

Mental Health in the News

Addiction Medicine

Addiction medicine focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and the healthy recovery from conditions caused by substance use and addiction. At MUSC Health, we have programs and clinics dedicated to the treatment and recovery from the conditions below.

Addiction Medicine in the News

Research in Behavioral Health

In addition to the care and treatment of behavioral health conditions, MUSC Health is also dedicated to researching critical topics and advancing treatment options related to behavioral health.

Cannabinoid Research Collaborative (CRC)

MUSC scientists and clinicians collaborate to research the positive and negative effects in the use of cannabinoid substances like CBD and THC.

Learn more about the CRC, and find out how you can participate in a study.

National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center (NCVRTC)

The National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center has a clear mission to scientifically research and advance the public understanding of the impact on victims exposed to crime and traumatic events. Through that research, education, treatment and collaboration the NCVRTC works to improve the mental health of victims, and prevent crimes from happening in the first place.

Learn more about the services offered through the NCVRTC.

Youth Collaborative

The Youth Collaborative offers clinical services, research opportunities, and education programs focused on preventing and addressing youth substance use, while also encouraging young people to pursue careers in science and discovery.

Learn more about the MUSC Youth Collaborative. 

Behavioral Health Contact and Locations

You can contact the MUSC Institute of Psychiatry at 843-792-9888.

The Institute of Psychiatry is conveniently located in downtown Charleston at 67 President Street (on the corner of President and Doughty Streets). Patient and visitor parking is available in the Jonathan Lucas Street Garage, at 97 Jonathan Lucas Street. Services are also offered at several satellite offices throughout the area.

Offices at our Main Location at 67 President Street

Biobehavioral Medicine at IOP

Institute of Psychiatry

67 President Street

Floor: 1, South Tower

Charleston, SC 29425

Brain Stimulation IOP

Institute of Psychiatry

67 President Street

Floor: 5

Charleston, SC 29425

Scheduling: 843-792-5716

Center for Drug + Alcohol at IOP

Institute of Psychiatry

67 President Street

Floor: 4, North Tower

Charleston, SC 29425

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Institute of Psychiatry

67 President Street

Floor: 2, North Tower

Charleston, SC 29425

Neurobiology Lab at IOP

Institute of Psychiatry

67 President Street

Floor: 1, North Tower

Charleston, SC 29425

Community Clinic at IOP

Institute of Psychiatry

67 President Street

Floor: 5, South Tower

Charleston, SC 29425

Office of Health Disparities at IOP

Institute of Psychiatry

67 President Street

Floor: 2, South Tower

Charleston, SC 29425

National Crime Victims Center at IOP

Institute of Psychiatry

67 President Street

Floor: 2, South Tower

Charleston, SC 29425

Weight Management Center at IOP

Institute of Psychiatry

67 President Street

Suite: 410

Charleston, SC 29425

Scheduling: 843-792-2273

Fax: 843-792-5432