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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers In South carolina

If you're looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with substance abuse in South carolina then you are in the right place. We can help you in locating addiction care programs for a range of drug addictions to alcohol, Xanax, crystal meth or any addictive drug. Search for a perfect rehabilitation clinic in Abbeville now, and get rolling on the road to a sober life.

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Top Reviewed Addiction Rehabs in South carolina

We conveniently list below the top closest drug and alcohol treatment centers to South carolina SC. Our free and confidential 24-hour hotline can narrow down the right rehab center for you today. Not all substance abuse addiction clinics in South carolina SC will be will be tailored to your specific needs because not every single facility is identical. You may reach out to these substance abuse treatment centers yourself or you may call our specialists to determine which program will be most effective for your specific needs.

Georgetown County Alcohol and Drug Abuse

1423 Winyah Street

Georgetown, SC 29440

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); Addiction treatment counseling therapy; Rational emotive behavioral therapy; Brief intervention approach; Motivational interviewing; Martix Model; Relapse prevention planning;

Williamsburg County Department on

115 Short Street

Kingstree, SC 29556

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Alcohol and Drug Abuse Cognitive behavioral therapy,Dialectical behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,Rational emotive behavioral therapy,Brief intervention approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Martix Model,Relapse prevention

Phoenix Center White Horse Academy

975 Foot Hills Road

Greenville, SC 29617

Phoenix Center White Horse Academy provides substance abuse treatment services for adult men in a residential setting. These services on the other hand include but are not limited to individual and group counseling, behavioral therapy, trauma related

Lighthouse Care Center of Conway

152 Waccamaw Medical Park Drive

Conway, SC 29526

Lighthouse Care Center of Conway is an inpatient psychiatric hospital offering treatment to children, adolescents, adults and senior adults suffering with mental health or substance use disorders, including detox services. Lighthouse Care Center prov

Don Foster and Associates Incorporated

104 Mills Avenue

Greenville, SC 29605

Cognitive behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,12-step facilitation approach,Brief intervention approach,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Relapse prevention

Morris Village Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment Center

610 Faison Drive

Columbia, SC 29203

Morris Village Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment Center Photos Facility HighlightsAA/NA Meetings; Activity Therapy; Patient Education; Treatment Center PhilosophySouth Carolina Department of Mental

Behavioral Health Services of Pickens County

309 East Main Street

Pickens, SC 29671

Behavioral Health Services of Pickens County provides a mixture of mental health and substance abuse treatment programs for adult men and women in an outpatient setting. These services include but are not limited to behavioral therapy, motivational i

Heart of Hannah Outreach Center

11400 Old White Horse Road

Travelers Rest, SC 29690

Services include: Renewal and Recovery Center for Women, counseling, work study, job training Services provided to women only with addictions 6 – 12 month programRenewal/Recovery ProgramHeart of Hannah’s Renewal/Recovery program is regarded as one

Miracle Hill Renewal Center

19 Graves Drive

Greenville, SC 29609

Substance abuse treatment for homeless and/or low income women in early recovery from substance abuse, alcohol and other drug dependency. Licensed by DHEC as a residential care facility; assists women with treatment for their substanceabuse condition

Phoenix Center

975 Foot Hills Road

Greenville, SC 29617

Location services description: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification. Treatment received at location: Hospital inpatient, Outpatient Types of patients treated: Adolescents, Women, DUI/DWI offenders, Criminal justice clients

Counseling Services of Lancaster

114 South Main Street

Lancaster, SC 29720

The mission of CSL is to promote health and wellness throughout Lancaster County. Through prevention, intervention, and treatment services, CSL works with state and local agencies in addressing the negative consequences which result from alcohol a

Ernest E Kennedy Center

306 Airport Drive

Moncks Corner, SC 29461

Cognitive behavioral therapy,Dialectical behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,12-step facilitation approach,Brief intervention approach,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Relapse prevention

Michael J McCord Adolescent Treatment Facility

2549 Main Highway

Bamberg, SC 29003

This program is designed for adolescents aged 13-17 who are exiting a juvenile justice or other residential facility. Other adolescents not exiting one of these types of facilities are also eligible pending space in the program. The primary goa

ALPHA Center

709 Mill Street

Camden, SC 29020

Location services description: Substance abuse treatment. Treatment received at location: Outpatient Types of patients treated: Adolescents, Women, Men, DUI/DWI offenders, Criminal justice clients

Phoenix Center Medically Assisted Treatment/Detox

130 Industrial Drive

Greenville, SC 29607

Phoenix Center Medically Assisted Treatment/Detox provides substance abuse treatment services for adult men and women in a residential setting. These services on the other hand include but are not limited to individual and group counseling, behaviora

Ace Recovery for Men

1477 Ted Melton Road

Chesterfield, SC 29709

Cognitive behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,12-step facilitation approach,Brief intervention approach,Anger management,Relapse prevention

Don Foster and Associates Inc

104 Mills Avenue

Greenville, SC 29605

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); Addiction treatment counseling therapy; Trauma-related counseling; 12-Step based treatment approach; Brief intervention approach; Motivational interviewing; Counseling for anger management; Relapse prevention planning;

Clarendon Cty Commission on Alc Trt DBA Clarendon Behavioral Health Servs

14 North Church Street

Manning, SC 29102

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); Addiction treatment counseling therapy; Trauma-related counseling; Rational emotive behavioral therapy; 12-Step based treatment approach; Brief intervention approach; Contingency management/motivational incentive; Motivational interviewing; Counseling for anger management; Martix Model; Relapse prevention planning;

Michael C Watson Treatment Facility

2549 Main Highway

Bamberg, SC 29003

Cognitive behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Relapse prevention

Circle Park Behavioral Health Services Florence County Commission on AODA

601 Gregg Avenue

Florence, SC 29501

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); Addiction treatment counseling therapy; Trauma-related counseling; 12-Step based treatment approach; Brief intervention approach; Contingency management/motivational incentive; Motivational interviewing; Counseling for anger management; Martix Model; Relapse prevention planning;

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SC Substance Abuse Facts

As news headlines continue to sound the alarm about the national opioid epidemic, the problem of drug addiction has moved into the forefront of more people’s consciousness. In addition to the overwhelming numbers of those addicted to prescription painkillers addiction to drugs in all forms persist across the country.

In South Carolina, a 2014-15 survey of drug and alcohol behaviors revealed the current status of substance abuse in the state:

  • Among teenagers ages 12 to 17, 6.6% had used marijuana in the past month.
  • In the same time frame, 8.9% of these adolescents had used alcohol.
  • Nearly 11,000 South Carolina residents older than 12 reported using heroin in the past year.
  • Within that same age group, approximately 1.8 million had used alcohol in the past month and 240,000 had an alcohol use disorder.
  • In response to the opioid epidemic in South Carolina, emergency medical personnel now carry naloxone to respond to overdoses. They administered the drug 39% more during emergency responses in 2016 than they did in 2015.

Getting Addiction Treatment Help

There is a great need for drug and alcohol treatment and, fortunately, there are many ways to access it. You can start here by searching the directories on this page for a treatment center in South Carolina, or browse other states, if you prefer to attend treatment away from the familiarity of your everyday life. You can also call our trained and compassionate treatment consultants to learn about your options and ask any questions you may have about the treatment process.

Closer to home, a trusted physician can often provide a referral to a substance abuse treatment provider, as can your individual or family therapist. Additionally, family and friends who have gone through treatment may point you in the right direction.

For those South Carolina residents with health insurance, finding substance abuse treatment can begin with a call to your insurance provider and an inquiry about what programs and providers your plan covers.

Where Else Can I Find Help?

In addition to these resources, you may be able to find alternate means of covering the costs of treatment in South Carolina include state-funded programs like Medicaid that have specific provisions for drug and alcohol addiction treatment.

As you vet various treatment centers, you can also inquire about their financing options, including sliding scales based on income, payment plans, and—in some cases—scholarships for those who meet certain criteria.

Along those lines, certain nonprofit organizations offer grants and scholarships for people seeking substance abuse treatment, as do some churches and other charitable programs. If the cost of treatment is a barrier for you, remember that many people want to help you get the treatment you need—keep searching and asking until you find them.

Resources in South Carolina

  • South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services: This state department is an excellent resource to help you find treatment facilities in S.C., learn about drug and alcohol abuse, discover addiction prevention initiatives in your community, and find out more about state-funded services.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous in South Carolina: AA is an excellent free resource for those seeking to quit drinking for good. Sharing your experiences with others in recovery will help you feel connected and less alone in your journey.
  • Narcotics Anonymous in South Carolina: NA is a valuable tool not only for people who abuse drugs, but their friends and family as well. Learn how to best support those close to you as they start on the path toward recovery, and learn from the shared experiences of others in the group.
  • SAMHSA’s South Carolina State Resource Guide: The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration can help you find local state and federally funded resources for people experience addiction.

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