Mission Statement:

To provide a means to an end for each person’s struggles through professional counseling, medical services and restoring hope to all adults in order to enhance their quality of life. To treat all people as equals with dignity and respect and continually work toward breaking the stigmas and stereotypes associated with addictions and mental health.

Counseling Objectives:

Our goal is to work with each client and to assist them in breaking the bonds of addiction and mental health issues by developing an effective, healthy plan for their life.

Our Professional Staff:

Our staff of doctors and counselors are all certified in their field and committed to best practice in the areas of substance abuse, mental health and dual diagnosis. We believe in a holistic approach to treatment that will best address the needs of the client to provide the best opportunity for a better, more healthy life.

Staff Listing & Bios:

Practice Administrator - Candace Kuykendall
Program Director - Chuck Kuykendall
Medical Director - Dr. Jeff Harris
Practice Manager - Jennifer Miles
Front Office Supervisor - Jeannie Merck
Administrative Assistant - Kaitlin McCahill
Administrative Assistant - Sandra Bramblett

Greenville Doctors: 
 
Dr. Louis Browne
Dr. Wally Fridy
Dr. Marcia Suval

Hendersonville Doctors: Dr. Shane Stone
Dr. Jeff Viar

Charleston Doctors: Dr. Ken Jones

Greenville Counselors: Lavonda Sweeney, LPCi
Jennifer Miles
Sandy Lawson, LPCi
Cameron McClure, CACp
Hendersonville Counselors Don Killian, LPC

Charleston Counselors: Janice Eadie, LPCi

Hendersonville Admins:  Daisy Ivester


Program Director: Chuck Kuykendall, MA, MATC, CACII         

Chuck is a Masters level Certified Addictions Counselor (SCAADAC) who has been working with adolescents, adults, and families for the past 13 years. His clinical and therapeutic experience includes specialized In-Home Family Services training through the Department of Alcohol and Other Drugs Association of South Carolina (DAODAS) as well as being a Certified Teaching Parent through the Teaching Family Association. Chuck has worked as a counselor for troubled, at-risk youth in a behavioral hospital setting and conducted individual/group therapeutic counseling in both the public and private sectors and has specialized in Suboxone treatment/counseling for the last 8 years. Chuck currently volunteers some of his time at local churches and recovery programs. "I believe that every individual should be treated with respect and caring, regardless of their circumstances." 


 Medical Director: Dr. Jeffrey Harris, MD


Dr. Jeffrey D. Harris received his medical degree from the University of Eustatius School of Medicine, Louisiana. He completed his internship and residency in family medicine at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport, LA. While at Louisiana State University, he was awarded the prestigious Resident Teachers Award and was part of the Society Teachers of Family group. Upon residency completion, Dr. Harris practiced in Alexandria and Shreveport serving as resident state representative for the LAFP (Louisiana Academy of Family Physician). After this, he decided to move in state to practice in Clinton prior to Greenville. His love for the area and the community were the determining factors in making Greenville home to his wife Dr. Danielle Harris and infant child. As a total family care expert in the community who's been published in the Journal of the Louisiana state Medical Society, May 2003 edition and the Atlas of Primary Care Procedures, 2nd edition, Dr. Harris has dedicated himself to spreading knowledge about his work towards helping others while providing the best possible care for every patient at any life-stage.