Location & Contact
901 W. Greenwood Street, Ste. 8
Phone: (864) 366-2525
Fax: (864) 366-6267
The Community Resource Center (CRC) is a service of Abbeville Area Medical Center’s Community Health, Wellness and Outreach department. Developed with our community in mind, the CRC is a place that bridges the gap between individuals and families and healthcare services by providing resources, referrals, information and support that are designed to help enhance quality of life.
Services include chronic care management, diabetes education, a variety of mobile health clinics and the ability to connect those in need with numerous community resources.
Access to Care for the Uninsured
The United Christian Ministries of Abbeville County (UCMAC) helps uninsured 19-64-year-old adult residents of Abbeville County receive medical care from providers who offer free services.
If you don’t have insurance, AAMC can help you find low or no cost policies. Just click on this link.
For a list of Community Resources, click <<here>>.
Disposal of Unused Medications
As part of a partnership with the Abbeville County Sheriff’s Office, Cornerstone, and Alcohol and Drug Rehab to help keep unused opioids and prescription drugs off of the street, medications can be disposed of at the Abbeville Sheriff office, Cornerstone and local drug stores.
Wellness Education & Support
We are here to assist you with your wellness journey with education and support. Contact us at (864) 366-3278 for more information.
Abbeville Area Medical Center Direct Health Program is a community-based program designed to provide occupational health services to the Abbeville County residents.
Our mission is to provide comprehensive, cost-effective, coordinated services and care to area employers and their valued employees.
As a large, self-insured organization we understand the importance of supporting and maintaining a healthy workforce. Like you, we care about our employees’ wellbeing and we work hard to ensure they have access to the preventive, wellness and acute care services they need, when they need them. We also understand that a proactive approach to managing workforce wellness begins with understanding employers’ unique needs and designing a complement of services to meet them.
The Direct Health program has one simple goal: to ensure that area employees have the services they need to stay healthy, report to work, and get the right care at the right time, if necessary. We are committed to effective communication and prompt reporting of employee work status. We partner with employers and extend to them our commitment to medical excellence and exceptional customer service for the prevention and care of occupational illness and injury.