The search for the best rehab centers across the nation now brings us to South Carolina. Though at first glance they might seem somewhat similar, these drug rehab centers in South Carolina are unique and different from each other, with some offering housing not only for the adults but for their children as well, and others allowing residents to stay as long as they would like. In order to rate the centers, we took into account criteria like staff, food and nutrition, overall experience, and effectiveness and, after ranking and filtering the list, now present the 10 best rehabs in South Carolina.
Dorchester Alcohol and Drug Commission is a drug and alcohol rehab center offering outpatient services to adult men and women. In the intensive outpatient program, individuals work with trained Master’s level addiction counselors 12 hours a week. They also offer child and family counseling as well as continuing care programs.
Part of Hebron Colony, a Christian addiction recovery ministry, Grace Home is a 16-bed women’s facility for women committed to recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. They offer a 10-week residential program with no charge other than a small, refundable deposit for emergency purposes.
The Ernest E. Kennedy Center is a private, nonprofit organization that offers drug and addiction services to adults and youth. Their services include outpatient and intensive outpatient programs, The Bridge Program, working with the drug court, family counseling, judicial commitment examinations and more.
The Dawn Center is an addiction treatment facility for adults that focuses on meeting the individual needs of each person receiving treatment. Services include individual, group and family counseling. The clinic is also associated to the William J. McCord Adolescent Treatment Facility.
Any Length Recovery Community offers drug and alcohol addiction treatment services. Though average length of stay is 6 months, individuals can stay as long as they would like. All staff members are in recovery, subscribing to “kitchen table recovery,” where one person helps another.
Aiken Treatment Specialists is a private facility that provides treatment for those struggling with opiate dependence. They use Methadone and Suboxone in their recovery process in addition to offering blood analysis, physical examinations, HIV and Hepatitis services; care is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year.
Cornerstone is an alcohol and drug abuse treatment center that offers individual, group and family counseling in an outpatient setting. One of their programs is called the Matrix Model which includes groups focusing on relapse prevention, early recovery skills and family relationships.
Oxford House is a unique structure for addiction recovery in that it is a democratically run self-supporting and drug-free home. There are many Oxford Houses throughout the nation, and they all are structured and run similarly. Typically 6 to 15 individuals live in the home with elected individuals holding office and helping to provide support and structure to the home and to the recovering individuals who live there.
Hazel Pittman Center is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility that provides education, prevention and outpatient services to teens, adults and families. Services include New Directions, a group that meets just once a week; My Choices, a group for teens involved in drug use, truancy or criminal activity; intensive outpatient program (IOP); aftercare and individual and family counseling.
Situated on 12 acres of farmland and pasture, Recovery Works is a long-term residential alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility for men. Not only do residents participate in traditional therapies, but they are also required to work at the facility, whether that be to do the cooking, laundry, cleaning, tend to the vegetable garden or care for the quail, chickens, dogs and horses.