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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Near Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

If you’re looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with a drinking problem or addiction to drugs in Mount Pleasant, SC, maintains large Internet database of luxury facilities, as well as an array of other options. We can help you find drug and alcohol treatment programs for a variety of addictions. Search for a top rated rehab facility in Mount Pleasant now, and get moving on the path to healthy living.

Treatment Centers near Mount Pleasant, SC

65 Gadsden St, Charleston, SC 29401 Charleston, SC 29401
(843) 874-8612
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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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Checking into Lantana Recovery was the best decision I've ever made for myself. The comprehensive programs, coupled with a caring and knowledgeable staff, truly made a difference in my recovery journey. Their personalized approach addressed not just my addiction but also the underlying causes. I'm leaving here with a newfound sense of hope and direction.
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More Treatment Centers near Mount Pleasant, SC

Lantana Recovery Rehab
65 Gadsden Street Charleston, SC 29401
- 10 Miles Away
Lantana Recovery Rehab
65 Gadsden Street Charleston, SC 29401
- 10 Miles Away
MUSC Health Center for Drug and Alcohol Program at Institute of Psychiatry
67 President Street, MSC 861 Charleston, SC 29425
- 10 Miles Away
Transcendence Treatment Center, LLC
3900 Leeds Ave North Charleston, SC 29405
- 12 Miles Away
Charleston Recovery Center
2578 Ashley River Rd. Unit G Charleston, SC 29414
- 14 Miles Away
Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center
109 Bee Street Charleston, SC 29401
- 10 Miles Away
Charleston Center of Charleston Cnty
5 Charleston Center Drive Charleston, SC 29401
- 10 Miles Away
Center For Behavioral Health
2301 Cosgrove Avenue Suite F North Charleston, SC 29405
- 10 Miles Away
Alternatives Life Improvement Ctr Inc Charleston Office
2114 Cosgrove Avenue North Charleston, SC 29405
- 11 Miles Away
Crossroads Treatment Center Charleston
2470 Mall Drive Charleston, SC 29406
- 14 Miles Away
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in South Carolina

Miracle Hill Ministries - Renewal for Women

tough love program and very strict rules. Dependent upon God and religion to see their errors.

4.3 out of 5
Greenville, SC

Lantana Recovery for Women

Transitioning to a sober life can be daunting, but Lantana Living has made it a journey of empowerment for me. The holistic approach they take, from group activities to community bonding, has instilled in me a newfound confidence. I cherish the friendships I've made here; they’re a testament to the genuine community this place fosters.

- Sara
5 out of 5
Charleston, SC

Charleston Recovery Center

I have been using drugs since I was a teenager. I attempted to quit on my own and went to multiple treatment centers. Nothing seemed to work. I was hopeless and ready to give up. My friends told me about Charleston Recovery Center, so I figured what do I have to lose. Coming here is the best thing that happened to me. I now have happiness and a sense of purpose in my life. I strongly recommend this place for anyone struggling with addiction.

- Shanna
5 out of 5
Charleston, SC
More Info
Info on Mount Pleasant Rehab Centers The town of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina has a history of naval activity, and is currently home to the USS Yorktown, a museum ship, and Patriot's Point, a naval museum. Residents and tourists can visit these local spots to learn about the significant local history with the armed forces, but there is an element of the past and present that is not highlighted in these museums - addiction in veterans.
The National Institute on Health outlines just how significant a problem substance abuse is among armed forces personnel. Between 2003 and 2009, 30 percent of suicide fatalities were drug-related, while 45 percent of failed suicide attempts were related to substance abuse or mental health issues. Additionally, a study conducted on soldiers returning from Iraq determined that 27 percent could be classified as alcoholics by clinical terms.
Substance abuse that occurs in military and navy personnel is often a result of mental health issues. Comprehensive treatment is available to deal with such issues in conjunction with substance abuse problems.Symptoms of PTSD

According to the US Department of Veteran Affairs, the prevalence of PTSD in returning war veterans is between 13 and 30 percent (depending upon which war/location they were returning from). Symptoms that characterize PTSD include:

  • Nightmares
  • Flashbacks
  • Extreme symptoms of anxiety with situational reminders
  • A desire to self-medicate with alcohol or illicit drugs
Questions to Ask Before Enrolling in Rehab

If you are a veteran, it is important to find a treatment facility that specializes in post-traumatic stress disorder and other mental health conditions that are common in personnel from the armed forces. Since mental health is often at the root of substance abuse in the military, the addiction cannot be treated if the underlying problem is not addressed.

Before selecting a rehab facility, find out about their history treating members of the armed forces.