Over the past decade, a clinical team led by Dr. Jennifer Hudson at Prisma Health Upstate has developed, implemented, and evaluated the Managing Abstinence in Newborns (MAiN) model of care providing early pharmacological therapy to otherwise healthy newborns at highest risk for neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS).
The Phoenix Center is a non-profit agency with over 45 years of experience caring for citizens of Greenville County. With a dedicated staff and innovative programs, they take a proactive approach to preventing and treating substance use disorders. They have belief that substance use disorders are both preventable and treatable, and offer an extensive range of services to meet the needs of the community.
In addition to our medical services, the Magdalene Clinic is honored to offer you a licensed professional counselor who is able to provide you counseling services to address mental health, trauma, and/or substance use. We also have a Certified Peer Support Specialist who will meet with you and connect you to resources for recovery in the community, as well as provide the comfort and understanding of someone who has been in your shoes before. We understand that getting around can sometimes be difficult, so our counselor and our peer support staff are willing and eager to meet with you during your regular visit to the clinic, or in your home if you’d prefer.
The Magdalene Clinic is located at 1120 Grove Road on the right side of the road, half a mile past the Greenville VA Outpatient Clinic. If you are coming from White Horse Road, we are just under a mile past the QT gas station on the left hand side.
Greenlink Bus Routes users can take the Yellow Route (Route 4) to access our clinic. The bus stop is just a short walk away.
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