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Addiction is a chronic, relapsing brain disease, and it can be extremely difficult for people to quit using drugs or alcohol without the help of professional treatment. Rehab centers in South Carolina offer a range treatment models that can include detoxification, behavioral therapy, and medication-assisted treatment. If opioids, alcohol, prescription drugs, or other substances are preventing you from living the life you want, read on to find out how to take the next steps.

65 Gadsden St, Charleston, SC 29401 Charleston, SC 29401
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Lantana Recovery is a modern, community-based approach to addiction treatment for Men and Women in Charleston, SC. What makes Lantana Recovery special? 1) Experienced and Compassionate Staff, 2) Comprehensive Approach to Treatment, and 3) Community-Oriented Culture. Lantana Recovery's Charleston drug rehab is available for anyone struggling with addiction. Lantana Recovery extends addiction services throughout the state such as providing addiction rehab services for Greenville residents as well as provides extendedaddiction rehab services for Columbia residents. Lantana Recovery goes beyond traditional methods by fostering a strong sense of community among its members, ensuring that every individual feels supported and understood. With a team that genuinely cares and a holistic approach to healing, they have set a gold standard in addiction treatment. The main drug and alcohol rehab in Charleston serves as the headquarters for those seeking addiction treatment. Lantana Recovery also extends addiction services in Greenville, SC, and addiction services in Columbia, SC. Lantana Recovery stands as Charleston's premier addiction treatment center, combining expert care with a community-focused approach to empower lifelong recovery.
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Recovery Centers of America at Greenville
47 Fisherman Lane Greenville, SC 29615
Lantana Recovery Rehab
65 Gadsden Street Charleston, SC 29401
5.0
(2)
Grace Home
501 Ltd Rd. Vance, SC 29163
5.0
(3)
Lantana Recovery Rehab
65 Gadsden Street Charleston, SC 29401
5.0
(2)
Ace Recovery for Men
1477 Ted Melton Rd Chesterfield, SC 29709
4.8
(14)
Faith Home of Abbeville
309 Washington Street Abbeville, SC 29620
4.8
(4)
Any Length Recovery
4742 Broad Street Sumter, SC 29154
4.6
(2)
MUSC Health Center for Drug and Alcohol Program at Institute of Psychiatry
67 President Street, MSC 861 Charleston, SC 29425
4.5
(5)
Charleston Recovery Center
2235 Ashley River Rd Charleston, SC 29414
Oaks Recovery
711 East Scotch Cross Rd Greenwood, SC 29646
3.8
(49)
Faith Home Christian Recovery
144 Faith Home Road Greenwood, SC 29649
3.8
(21)
Miracle Hill Renewal Center
19 Graves Drive Greenville, SC 29609
3.7
(3)
Greenville Metro Treatment Center
602 Airport Road, Suite C Greenville, SC 29607
3.5
(4)
Miracle Hill Overcomers Center
1916 N. Pleasantburg Drive Greenville, SC 29609
3.3
(7)
Three Rivers Behavioral Health
2900 Sunset Boulevard West Columbia, SC 29169
2.9
(37)
Lighthouse Care Center
152 Waccamaw Medical Park Drive Conway, SC 29526
2.8
(40)
U-Turn for Christ South Carolina
1156 Barr Road Lexington, SC 29072
2.8
(15)
Home With A Heart
220 James Mattison Road Liberty, SC 29657
2.6
(13)
Faith Home of Spartanburg County
180 Battleground Road Cowpens, SC 29330
2.3
(1)
BriteLife Recovery South Carolina
2200 Main Street Hilton Head Island, SC 29926
2.3
(3)
Shoreline Behavioral Health
2404 Wise Road Conway, SC 29526
2.0
(5)
Transcendence Treatment Center, LLC
3900 Leeds Ave North Charleston, SC 29405
New Season Treatment Center - York County
377 Rubin Center Drive Fort Mill, SC 29708
Columbia Metro Treatment Center
560 Chris Drive West Columbia, SC 29169
Open Door Christian Center
209 East Main St Clinton, SC 29325
Recovery Concepts of-Carolina
1653 E Main St. Easley, SC 29640
5.0
(1)
Phoenix Center
1400 Cleveland Street Greenville, SC 29607
4.7
(7)
Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center
109 Bee Street Charleston, SC 29401
4.7
(1)
Crossroads
1421 Bluff Road Columbia, SC 29201
4.7
(2)
Gateway Counseling Center
219 Human Services Road Clinton, SC 29325
4.3
(1)
The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health
2700 East Phillips Road Greer, SC 29650
4.1
(12)
LRADAC
2711 Colonial Drive Columbia, SC 29203
4.0
(3)
Lexington Treatment Specialists
185 Lott Court West Columbia, SC 29169
4.0
(1)
Crossroads
209 Oconee Square Dr. Seneca, SC 29678
3.5
(1)
Center Of Hope Of
104 George Bishop Parkway Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
3.0
(2)
William J. McCord Adolescent Treatment Facility
910 Cook Road Orangeburg, SC 29118
3.0
(2)
Colleton County Commission on Alcohol
1439 Thunderbolt Drive Walterboro, SC 29488
Bright Side Counseling
2277 Sunset Boulevard West Columbia, SC 29169
Sumter Treatment Specialists
1031 Broad Street Sumter, SC 29150
Dorchester Alcohol and Drug Commission
320 Midland Parkway Summerville, SC 29485
Mel-Med LLC
1451 East Main Street Spartanburg, SC 29307
The Forrester Center for Behavioral Health
129 Dillon Drive Spartanburg, SC 29307
BHG Spartanburg Treatment Center
239 Access Road Spartanburg, SC 29303
Ascent Recovery Solutions
634 Fairview Road Simpsonville, SC 29680
Anderson/Oconee Behavioral Health Services
691 South Oak Street Seneca, SC 29678
Good Samaritan Colony
19147 Highway 9 Ruby, SC 29741
Westview Behavioral Health Services
204 Ramage Street Saluda, SC 29138
Rock Hill Treatment Specialists
1274 East Main Street Rock Hill, SC 29730
Family First Support Center Inc
2406 Madison Drive North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
Recovery Concepts, LLC
124-A Boardwalk Drive Ridgeland, SC 29936
Tri-County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse
910 Cook Road Orangeburg, SC 29118
Trinity Behavioral Care
424 Guyton Court Mullins, SC 29574
South Strand Internists & Urgent Care
1945 Glenns Bay Road Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
Myrtle Beach Treatment Specialists
1607 Executive Avenue Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
The Ernest E. Kennedy Center
306 Airport Drive Moncks Corner, SC 29461
Cornerstone
504 North Mine Street McCormick, SC 29835
Lancaster Treatment Specialists
977 North Main Street Lancaster, SC 29720
Counseling Services of Lancaster
114 South Main Street Lancaster, SC 29720
New Life Center
102 Ginn Altman Avenue Hampton, SC 29924
Greenwood Treatment Specialists
519 Monument Street Greenwood, SC 29646
Cornerstone
1612 Rivers Street Greenwood, SC 29649
Serenity Village
6 Dunean Street Greenville, SC 29602
Phoenix Center Lotte Beal Training Center
130 Industrial Drive Greenville, SC 29607
Pavillon Greenville Outpatient Services
1011 East Washington Street Greenville, SC 29601
Groups Recover Together
413 Vardry Street Greenville, SC 29601
Addcare Counseling
413 Vardry Street Greenville, SC 29601
Postive Generation in Christ Inc
608 Gregg Avenue Florence, SC 29501
Kennedy Center
96 Westeria Road Goose Creek, SC 29445
Clear Skye Treatment Center
104 Willis Street Gaffney, SC 29341
Family First Support Center Inc
411 West Hampton Street Dillon, SC 29536
Florence Treatment Specialists
1591 South Irby Street Florence, SC 29505
Trinity Behavioral Care
1719 Commerce Drive Dillon, SC 29536
Charleston Center of Charleston Cnty
5 Charleston Center Drive Charleston, SC 29401
Clear Skye Treatment Center
1035 Medical Ridge Road Clinton, SC 29325
ALPHA Behavioral Health Center
1218 East Boulevard Chesterfield, SC 29709
Beaufort County
Beaufort County Govt Center Bluffton Bluffton, SC 29910
Beaufort County
1905 Duke Street Beaufort, SC 29902
Alpha Center
208 King Street Camden, SC 29020
New Life Center Commission on Alc and
570 Memorial Avenue Allendale, SC 29810
Axis I Center of Barnwell
179 Fuldner Road Barnwell, SC 29812
Anderson-Oconee Behavioral Health Services
226 McGee Road Anderson, SC 29625
BHG Aiken Treatment Center
410 University Parkway Aiken, SC 29801
Aurora Pavilion Behavioral Health
655 Medical Park Drive Aiken, SC 29801
Aiken center
1105 Gregg Highway Aiken, SC 29801
Cornerstone
103 Whitehall Street Abbeville, SC 29620
Crossroads Treatment Center of Greenville PC
157 Brozzini Court Greenville, SC 29615
Georgetown County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission
1423 Winyah Street Georgetown, SC 29440
Crossroads Treatment Center Charleston
2470 Mall Drive Charleston, SC 29406
Michael C Watson Treatment Facility
2549 Main Highway Bamberg, SC 29003
Circle Park Behavioral Health Services
238 South Coit Street Florence, SC 29501
Crossroads
1341 North Cashua Drive Florence, SC 29501
Palmetto Carolina Treatment Center
325 Inglesby Parkway Duncan, SC 29334
Prisma Health Adolescent Recovery Center
720 Gracern Road Columbia, SC 29210
Southwest Carolina Treatment Center
341 West Beltline Boulevard Anderson, SC 29625
LRADAC
1068 South Lake Drive Lexington, SC 29073
Center For Behavioral Health
2301 Cosgrove Avenue Suite F North Charleston, SC 29405
Starting Point of Darlington
1451 Retail Row Hartsville, SC 29550
Hardeeville Healthcare
16 Main Street Hardeeville, SC 29927
Chrysalis Center
1430 South Cashua Drive Florence, SC 29501
Faith Home Christian Recovery
144 Faith Home Road Greenwood, SC 29649
Vocational Rehabilitation Palmetto Center
1709 Stokes Road Florence, SC 29501
Fairfield Behavioral Health Services
178 U.S. Highway 321 Bypass North Winnsboro, SC 29180
Alcohol And Drug Abuse Commission
201 West Montgomery Street Gaffney, SC 29341
Westview Behavioral Health Services
800 Main Street Newberry, SC 29108
Alternatives Life Improvement Ctr Inc Charleston Office
2114 Cosgrove Avenue North Charleston, SC 29405
Coastal Recovery & Wellness
1113 44th Avenue North Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
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Latest Reviews

Latest Reviews of Rehabs in South Carolina

LRADAC

Strengths: Department Head Weaknesses: Pricing and policies If there for kegal reason. If there for kegal reason do not admit to even thinking of using...5 years gone.

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Columbia, SC

Lantana Recovery for Men

When I first came to Lantana Living, I wasn't sure what to expect. But the community of men, each battling their own demons and supporting one another, has been nothing short of inspiring. The workshops, group therapy, and even the simple evening chats have played a critical role in my recovery. This place has given me hope and a renewed sense of purpose.

- Steven
5 out of 5
Charleston, SC

Hebron Colony - Grace Home

Our daughter attended this treatment center and we were very pleased with all aspects of the program. We highly recommend this center and its staff for you or your loved one who is dedicated and determined to work hard at breaking the addiction cycle by utilizing gods word as the programs fundamental source.

- Gary
5 out of 5
Vance, SC
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:1–3

  • 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 in SC

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 at 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 SC?

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.
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Addiction can be emotionally devastating. If you find yourself in a crisis and don’t know where to turn, call the Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 to speak with someone who truly understands what you’re going through. You don’t have to face this crisis alone.
  • 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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Sources
  1. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). Behavioral Health Barometer: South Carolina.
  2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2016). State Estimates of Substance Abuse: South Carolina.
  3. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. (2017). The Opioid Epidemic.