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Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

You may know someone who’s struggling with their mental health. It’s tough to hear about the mental health crisis happening in our country, and it’s even harder when it’s someone you care about. When mental health problems go untreated, everyone suffers. This doesn’t have to be the case. 

At MUSC, patients can benefit from significant advances in behavioral health care that are made possible by friends like you. Your support empowers top researchers at MUSC to discover new solutions to difficult mental health problems. You also improve lives by expanding access to lifesaving care across South Carolina and beyond.

From children to senior care, the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is the single largest research department in the MUSC College of Medicine and has achieved national recognition for research excellence in areas including opioid abuse, civilian and military trauma, mass violence, tobacco control, anxiety, stress and sleep, and brain neuromodulation. 

You can help make important advancements in mental health diagnosis and treatment for someone who needs it right now. Life-saving breakthroughs can happen when people like you give. Thank you for investing in a future without the devastating effects of untreated mental illness.

$2,000 challenge for Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences on behalf of department leadership
If 10 donors make a gift to the department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, a $2,000 gift will be unlocked on behalf of Dr. Sarah Book, Dr. Mark George, Dr. Kevin Gray, Lindsay Finneran and other anonymous donors.
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