Welcome to Magdalene Clinic

Our Story

The original Magdalene clinic was started in Greenville in 2016, and was a prenatal care clinic designed specifically for women with substance use disorder. This was a completely novel concept, and was the first in the country. Magdalene Clinic Greenville is housed in a Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) clinic, and was so successful in helping women obtain and sustain recovery that in 2020, they applied for a HRSA (Health Resources & Services Administration) grant. This grant helped to expand the clinic to Oconee County with Magdalene Clinic Oconee seeing its first patients in 2021. What’s unique about Magdalene Clinic Oconee is that it is housed in a full spectrum family medicine clinic where care is provided by family medicine doctors trained in obstetrics (OB). In traditional OBGYN settings, prenatal care is considered complete at around 6 weeks after delivery. However, Family Medicine is all about continuity of care long after delivery. We see this an opportunity to provide ongoing care for patients, their partners, their children, and their whole families, while continuing to work on sustained recovery.

Our Services

Services for Women's Well-Being

Care for Pregnant Women

Our prenatal care service is designed to ensure the health and well-being of expectant mothers and their babies throughout their pregnancy journey. Our team of experienced healthcare professionals provides personalized and compassionate care, offering regular check-ups, prenatal education, and support to help ensure a healthy and positive pregnancy experience.

Mental Health Counseling

Our mental health counseling service is dedicated to supporting individuals in their emotional well-being and mental health journey. Our licensed and empathetic counselors offer a safe and confidential space to explore concerns, develop coping strategies, and work towards personal growth and healing. We prioritize your mental wellness and are committed to helping you navigate life's challenges with professional guidance and care.

Peer support

Our peer support service for women struggling provides a compassionate and understanding network of individuals who have experienced similar challenges. Our Certified Peer Support Specialists offer empathy, encouragement, and practical guidance, connecting women to valuable resources and providing a supportive community to foster healing and resilience.

Radical Love. Radical Service. A Radical Change.

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Why Choose Us

Core Values

Our providers offer prenatal care, mental health counseling, peer support and additional services for women at any stage of their disease process, all under one roof.


Our providers are family medicine physicians who are OB trained.


This allows us to care for patients of all ages, conditions and across all settings.


Additionally we provide pediatric services.


This allows us to encompass the care for the whole family long after baby is born.


We are here to help

Please Call: (864) 482-3483

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We are Here to Help

The Magdalene Clinic is a place that cares for pregnant women with substance use disorders (SUD) in Oconee County, South Carolina.

About Oconee County (and the need for the Oconee County Magdalene Clinic):

Oconee Country population : 79,546

In 2019, the country experienced 37.5 drug orverdose death per 100,000 persons, ranking as the second highest in the state for drug overdose deaths.

In that same year, 106 people per 100,000 suffered nonfatal overdoses in Oconee County.

In 2017, 13 per 1,000 newborns were identified with neonatal abstinence syndrome.


We are here to help at any stage of your pregnancy or recovery journey.

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Our Patients

Our patients at the Magdalene Clinic receive a loving space that is safe and non-judgmental to seek prenatal care and treatment for Substance Use and Chronic Pain Disorders prior to or during their pregnancy. Patients can also be referred by other medical and community practices or through self referral.


Our Doctors

Our providers seek to provide radical service through radical love, to create a radical change. At each prenatal visit, patients have the opportunity to meet with any or all of the following providers: an OB-trained family medicine provider, a women's health nurse, a Peer Support Specialist, a licensed professional counselor, and social worker.