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Greenville County Behavioral Health (GCBH)

AmeriCorps State

Service Program

Providing support and services to help those with mental health and substance use needs in Upstate South Carolina 

About the Program

Our goal is simple: serve our community by helping people with mental health and substance use needs.

 

We attribute all of our successes to the hard work of our dedicated members, who spend anywhere from 3 months to 1 year contributing their time and talents to this mission, in both full and part-time capacities.

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Serve with Us

APPLY NOW for membership in our 2019-2020 program! View open positions below.

The GCBH AmeriCorps State Service Program offers a variety of direct service opportunities for people who are passionate about serving their community. We give our members the flexibility to chose the role that best suits their interests and time availability. As a program member, you will learn valuable professional skills and be eligible for benefits including loan deferment, an education award, and a modest living allowance. All of our members are trained by professionals at Mental Health America of Greenville County (MHAGC) before serving.

To be eligible for membership, you must:

  • Be 17 years of age or older

  • Have a high school diploma or equivalent (or agree to work toward one)

  • Be a citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States

  • Satisfy the National Service Criminal History Check eligibility criteria

 
 

Our Consumer Support Specialists work directly to support consumers of MHAGC's wrap-around services, including the Reassurance Line, Housing Properties, and our Representative Payee. This individual will also commit to working on the CRISISline and TEENline phone services during scheduled phone shifts.

Time requirement: 40 hrs/week

Consumer Support Specialist

(Full-Time)

Crisis Intervention Specialist will work directly on MHAGC's CRISISline, TEENline, and Reassurance Line services. Members will be required to serve either 300 hours (Minimum Time) or 450 hours (Quarter Time) throughout their service year in order to be eligible for their education award.

Time requirement: 6 or 9hrs/week

Crisis Intervention Specialist

(Part-Time)

The Volunteer Coordinator will work to recruit new volunteers for MHAGC’s programs and directly support existing volunteers within the organization. This individual will also commit to working on the CRISISline and TEENline phone services during scheduled phone shifts.

Time requirement: 40 hrs/week

Volunteer Coordinator

(Full-Time)

TEENS 4 HOPE members will engage in monthly planning and discussion sessions and will implement educational programming into their school populations to educate and empower their peers about behavioral health. TEENS 4 HOPE members will also spend a portion of their service hours working on CRISISline and TEENline. Members will be required to serve either 300 hours (Minimum Time) or 450 hours (Quarter Time) throughout their service year in order to be eligible for their education award.

Time requirement: 6 or 9 hrs/week

Teens 4 Hope Member

(Part-Time)

Thank You to Our Generous Sponsors

The AmeriCorps State Service Program is sponsored by Mental Health America of Greenville County (MHAGC) and United Way of South Carolina through the Corporation for National and Community Services.

We are grateful for all of the hard work and resources these folks put into helping our program change lives in Upstate South Carolina.

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