Our mission is to help prevent and reduce the impact of drug abuse and addiction in Marion, Dillon, and Marlboro counties on the quality of life through the implementation of effective, efficient, meaningful, quality primary prevention, intervention and treatment services.
We will be the leader offering a full range of the best-managed alcohol, tobacco and other drugs program of accessible prevention, intervention and treatment services in our community.
Removing Barriers for Healthier Communities: Prevention
Prevention helps people of all ages avoid the dangers of using alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Prevention services aims to prevent youth from experimenting with substances and prevent the development of problems in groups that are at high-risk in Marion, Dillon, and Marlboro Counties. Prevention is here to serve the community by promoting and educating for a safer environment.
Everything we do is based on the SPF (Strategic Prevention Framework) and the 6 CSAP strategies:
Needs Assessment: Creating and conducting surveys or assessments to determine the needs of the community.
Building Capacity: Identifying and improving community stakeholders to raise community awareness.
Grant Funding: Actively seeking and applying for grant funding.
Services provide opportunities to participate in healthy activities and/or social/recreational events as positive alternatives to substance use.
PREP (Palmetto Retailers Education Program): Provided as training to educate business owners of importance of not selling alcohol to minors.
Synar: Study used to determine the need for education of tobacco products and the importance of not selling to minors.
Tobacco Compliance Checks: Conducted to see how accessible tobacco products are for youth.
Alcohol Compliance Checks: Conducted to reduce easy access to alcohol products for youth.
Public Safety Checkpoints: Conducted to reduce impaired driving and to help keep drivers safe.
Problem ID and Referral
Employee Assistance Program (EAP): Programs tailored to fit employees' needs and help prevent problems from escalating to more serious issues that affect companies bottom-line.
Tobacco Education Program (TEP): Taught during or after school to students that violated tobacco policy in school.
Community Events: Attend events and functions to provide educational information on substances.
Speaking Engagements/School Presentations: We collaborate with schools to provide students and staff with substance use information.
Social Media/Press Release: Update social media, website, and press releases to get information out to the community.
Two-way communication with facilitator/educator and participants to improve life and social skills. Programs we provide:
- Botvin LifeSkills
- Keepin' it REAL
- Keep A Clear Mind
Trinity Behavioral Care Agendas and Minutes
Trinity Wellness Foundation Agendas and Minutes
Why Partner with Trinity Behavioral Care
Partnering with organizations is paramount for fostering positive change within the communities we serve. Trinity Behavioral Care is committed to working closely with schools, health organizations, police departments, local government, businesses, and non-profit organizations. Our goal is to help your organization so that we may together help reach our most vital asset — our citizens, our family members, our students, our employees. Thank you for your interest in working with Trinity.
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Donny Brock, Director
William “Donny” Brock, Jr. currently serves as the Executive Director for Trinity Behavioral Care (TBC). He is responsible for overseeing the operations of TBC’s three locations, as well as facilitating communication within the board of directors, managing all financial and legal matters, and increasing funding and promotion of services. Mr. Brock has 25 years of experience in the addictions treatment field and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree and a Master of Science Degree in Health Services Administration.
Donny is a nationally and South Carolina-certified addictions counselor (NCAC II & CAC II). His many advanced clinical specialty trainings include: Systems of Clinical Supervision, David Powell; Motivational Interviewing Systems Development, Alan Lyme; and CENAPS Relapse Prevention Program Development, Terry Gorski and Tammy Bell.
Donny has served on a number of local boards: Marlboro Inter Agency Council (2013-Present), Behavioral Health Services Association (2013-Present); Behavioral Health Services Foundation (2014-Present); South Carolina Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (President 2004-2006); and Southeast Addiction Technology Transfer Center Advisory Board (2004-2006).
Diane Hall, Treatment
As Director of Clinical Operations and Clinical Supervisor, Diane Hall ensures that Trinity Behavioral Care (TBC) is running smoothly by overseeing all actions and staff. Her role as Director of Clinical Operations entails constantly monitoring their overall status, including compliance with accreditation, meeting license and contract objective requirements for DHEC and DAODAS, tracking expenditures, representing the agency in public forums, and assisting with administration and management procedures.
As Clinical Supervisor, Diane manages all clinical staff and assists in on-boarding new counselors through the credential and training processes. Diane has been part of the counseling community for over 20 years, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a Masters of Counseling.
Diane has extensive experience in the counseling field — she is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, also holding certifications as an Addiction Counselor II and a National Addiction Counselor II. Before joining Trinity, Diane worked as a Counselor I, Counselor II, and Site Manager for Marion and Dillon Counties Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse. She has many honors and affiliations, including memberships to local health, violence, and child abuse councils.