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Find Drug & Alcohol Rehab Near You in South Carolina

When it comes to finding addiction treatment in South Carolina, knowing all there is to know about treatment and payment options can make a significant difference in the journey to recovery. From inpatient rehabilitation centers to outpatient services, South Carolina provides various options to cater to individual needs. Understanding the different treatment modalities and payment options can help alleviate the emotional and financial burdens often associated with addiction treatment. By arming oneself with knowledge about the addiction treatment process, individuals can embark on a transformative journey towards a healthier, addiction-free life.

Lantana Recovery Rehab
Lantana Recovery Rehab
65 Gadsden St, Charleston, SC 29401 Charleston, SC 29401
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Lantana Recovery for Women
65 Gadsden Street Charleston, SC 29401
Hebron Colony - Grace Home
501 Ltd Rd. Vance, SC 29163
Lantana Recovery for Men
65 Gadsden Street Charleston, SC 29401
Faith Home Of Abbeville
309 Washington Street Abbeville, SC 29620
Ace Recovery for Men
1477 Ted Melton Rd Chesterfield, SC 29709
Any Length Recovery Community
4742 Broad Street Sumter, SC 29154
Musc Health Institute Of Psychiatry
67 President Street, MSC 861 Charleston, SC 29425
Charleston Recovery Center
2235 Ashley River Rd Charleston, SC 29414
Faith Home Christian Recovery
144 Faith Home Road Greenwood, SC 29649
Oaks Recovery Center
711 East Scotch Cross Rd Greenwood, SC 29646
Miracle Hill Renewal Center
19 Graves Drive Greenville, SC 29609
Owl'S Nest Recovery Community
2528 W. Palmetto St. Florence, SC 29501
Miracle Hill Overcomers Center
1916 N. Pleasantburg Drive Greenville, SC 29609
Three Rivers Behavioral Health
2900 Sunset Boulevard West Columbia, SC 29169
Lighthouse Care Center Of Conway: Bhatt Margaret S Md
152 Waccamaw Medical Park Drive Conway, SC 29526
U-Turn For Christ South Carolina
1156 Barr Road Lexington, SC 29072
Home With A Heart
220 James Mattison Road Liberty, SC 29657
Faith Home Of Spartanburg County
180 Battleground Road Cowpens, SC 29330
Springbrook Autism Behavioral
1 Havenwood Lane Travelers Rest, SC 29690
BriteLife Recovery
2200 Main Street Hilton Head Island, SC 29926
Shoreline Behavioral Health Services
2404 Wise Road Conway, SC 29526
Open Door Variety Shop
209 East Main St Clinton, SC 29325
Transcendence Treatment Center, LLC
3900 Leeds Ave North Charleston, SC 29405
Recovery Concepts Of-Carolina
1653 E Main St. Easley, SC 29640
Crossroads Treatment Center
1421 Bluff Road Columbia, SC 29201
Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center
109 Bee Street Charleston, SC 29401
Phoenix Center
1400 Cleveland Street Greenville, SC 29607
GateWay Counseling Center
219 Human Services Road Clinton, SC 29325
The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health
2700 East Phillips Road Greer, SC 29650
2711 Colonial Drive Columbia, SC 29203
New Season - Greenville Metro Treatment Center
602 Airport Road, Suite C Greenville, SC 29607
Crossroads Treatment Center
209 Oconee Square Dr. Seneca, SC 29678
G. Werber Bryan Psychiatric Hospital
220 Faison Drive Columbia, SC 29203
The William J. McCord Adolescent Treatment Facility
910 Cook Road Orangeburg, SC 29118
Center of Hope of Myrtle Beach
104 George Bishop Parkway Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Pavillon Greenville Outpatient Services
101 Pelham Commons Boulevard Greenville, SC 29615
836 Ministries Dba Coastal Recovery Center
1113 44th Avenue North Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Alternatives Life Improvement Ctr Inc Charleston Office
2114 Cosgrove Avenue North Charleston, SC 29405
Waypoint Recovery Center Outpatient Treatment
5401 Netherby Lane North Charleston, SC 29420
Recovery Concepts LLC
124A Boardwalk Drive Ridgeland, SC 29936
Breakthrough Medical Sc
114 B Hospital Drive Simpsonville, SC 29681
Don Foster & Associates Inc.
975 Asheville Highway Spartanburg, SC 29303
Westview Behavioral Health Services
800 Main Street Newberry, SC 29108
Alcohol And Drug Abuse Commission
201 West Montgomery Street Gaffney, SC 29341
Clarendon Mental Health Clinic
14 North Church Street Manning, SC 29102
Don Foster & Associates
104 Mills Avenue Greenville, SC 29605
Fairfield Behavioral Health Services
178 U.S. Highway 321 Bypass North Winnsboro, SC 29180
Lexington Treatment Specialists
185 Lott Court West Columbia, SC 29169
Vocational Rehabilitation Palmetto Center
1709 Stokes Road Florence, SC 29501
Clarendon County Alcohol & Drg
14 North Church Street Manning, SC 29102
Axis I Center Of Barnwell
1644 Jackson Street Barnwell, SC 29812
Alcoholics Anonymous
144 Faith Home Road Greenwood, SC 29649
Greenwood Treatment Specialists
110 Court Avenue West Greenwood, SC 29646
Hardeeville Healthcare
16 Main Street Hardeeville, SC 29927
Darlington County Clinic
900 South Fourth Street Hartsville, SC 29550
Starting Point of Darlington
1451 Retail Row Hartsville, SC 29550
LRC Substance Abuse and Behavioral Programs
322 South Lake Drive Lexington, SC 29072
Chrysalis Center
1430 South Cashua Drive Florence, SC 29501
Center for Behavioral Health South Carolina Inc
2301 Cosgrove Avenue Suite F North Charleston, SC 29405
Dorchester Drug-Alcohol Commn
500 N. Main Street, Suite 4 Summerville, SC 29483
Dorchester Drug-Alcohol Commn
500 N Main St # 4 Summerville, SC 29483
Miracle Hill Renewal Center
19 Graves Drive Greenville, SC 29609
1068 South Lake Drive Lexington, SC 29073
Forrester Center for Behavioral Health
187 West Broad Street Spartanburg, SC 29304
Mel Med LLC
1451 East Main Street Spartanburg, SC 29307
Southwest Carolina Trt Ctr LLC
341 West Beltline Boulevard Anderson, SC 29625
Michael C Watson Treatment Facility
2549 Main Highway Bamberg, SC 29003
Beaufort County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Department
1905 Duke Street Beaufort, SC 29902
Crossroads Treatment Center Charleston
2470 Mall Drive Charleston, SC 29406
Palmetto Health Richland Springs
11 Medical Park Columbia, SC 29203
Prisma Health Behavioral Health – Gracern Rd.
720 Gracern Road Columbia, SC 29210
Trinity Behavioral Care
204 Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard Dillon, SC 29536
Palmetto Carolina Treatment Center
325 Inglesby Parkway Duncan, SC 29334
Starting Point of Florence PC
1341 North Cashua Drive Florence, SC 29501
Georgetown County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission
1423 Winyah Street Georgetown, SC 29440
HOPE for Families Recovery Center
136 Milestone Way Greenville, SC 29615
Phoenix Center Detoxification Unit
130 Industrial Drive Greenville, SC 29607
Crossroads Treatment Center of Greenville PC
157 Brozzini Court Greenville, SC 29615
Phoenix Center White Horse Academy
975 Foot Hills Road Greenville, SC 29617
Solutions Recovery Center
520 Lowndes Hill Road Greenville, SC 29607
Insights Educational & Treatment Services, Inc
1441 Saint Andrews Road Columbia, SC 29210
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in South Carolina

The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health

Great facility, I highly reccomend treatment there.

- Anonymous
4.5 out of 5
Greer, SC

Faith Home Inc - Greenwood Men's Facility

Faith Home-Greenwood is hallowed ground. I wound up there broken and done with life 25 months ago today. For ten years I had wanted to die and had attempted suicide twice in that time. The only things that eased the pain( albeit temporarily) were alcohol and drugs....and those had ceased to work. I was driven there from Southeast Texas by my father, who knew of Faith Home because an employee of his had gone there. I was introduced to AA, given a job, and over the course of the next 2 months, a host of spiritual tools that have allowed me to lead a reasonably happy life free of the alcohol and drugs I relied on for so long. Sure, there were a few guys there who weren\'t looking to recover. Nobody forced me to hang with them though. The vast majority of guys(80+%, I\'d say.) wanted the same thing I did. I haven\'t had to put a drink or drug in since November 8, 2013; the day I got to Faith Home. For that I will be forever grateful to God, Faith Home, on staff member in particular, and all the great friends I met over the two months that turned out to be the start of my life.

- Jeremy
5 out of 5
Greenwood, SC

The Owl's Nest

My Mom went through the Owl's Nest, she now works there. The Owl's Nest has done amazing things for my Mom and I am so proud of her, and grateful to the Owl's Nest. My Mom has been almost 8 years clean and sober thanks to her determination, strength, and support from the Owl's Nest.

- Nikki
4 out of 5
Florence, SC
About South Carolina

South Carolina, located in the southeast, is a place of rich history, diverse population, and breathtaking landscapes. With an estimated population of over 5 million people,1 it offers a unique blend of urban and rural environments. The state’s geography is characterized by a picturesque coastline along the Atlantic Ocean, vibrant cities like Charleston and Columbia, and sprawling rural areas filled with lush forests and charming small towns. South Carolina is renowned for its warm hospitality, vibrant cultural heritage, and delicious cuisine influenced by African, European, and Caribbean traditions.

The state takes pride in its historical significance, playing a pivotal role in the American Revolutionary War and being the first to secede from the Union in the Civil War. South Carolina also boasts a vibrant arts and music scene, with the famous Spoleto Festival USA in Charleston attracting artists and performers from around the world. Whether exploring its historic sites, indulging in Southern cuisine, or enjoying the natural beauty of its landscapes, South Carolina offers a captivating blend of history, culture, and natural wonders.

Addiction in South Carolina

Addiction is a significant issue in South Carolina, impacting individuals, families, and communities across the state. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental health Services Administration, South Carolina experienced an average annual prevalence of 6.3% for past-year substance use disorder, equating to approximately 268,000 individuals affected by addiction between 2017 and 2019.2

More recent data indicates that substance misuse and addiction are still having a huge impact on the state. In 2021, there were 2,138 drug overdose fatalities reported within the state.3 This equates to approximately 42.8 overdose deaths per every 100,000 South Carolina residents.3

Addiction Treatment in South Carolina

In South Carolina, individuals seeking addiction treatment have access to various levels of care tailored to their specific needs. These levels of addiction treatment include detoxification, inpatient treatment, and outpatient treatment.

  • Detoxification: Detoxification, or detox, is the first step in the treatment process. It focuses on safely managing withdrawal symptoms and helping individuals cleanse their bodies from drugs or alcohol. Detoxification is typically conducted under medical supervision to ensure the safety and comfort of the individual.
  • Inpatient Treatment: Inpatient treatment, also known as residential treatment, provides a structured and supportive environment for individuals to focus on their recovery. Participants reside at the treatment facility for a designated period, usually ranging from a few weeks to several months. Inpatient programs offer intensive therapy, counseling, and holistic approaches to address the physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of addiction.
  • Outpatient Treatment: Outpatient treatment allows individuals to receive addiction treatment while living at home and continuing with their daily responsibilities. Outpatient programs vary in intensity, ranging from regular therapy sessions to more comprehensive programs that involve multiple sessions per week. Outpatient treatment provides flexibility for individuals who cannot commit to a residential program or need ongoing support after completing an inpatient program.

In addition to these different levels of care, drug and alcohol rehabs in South Carolina offer various therapies and specialized treatment programs. These may include cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), family therapy, and holistic approaches like yoga or art therapy, allowing them to tailor their programs to address specific substance dependencies or co-occurring mental health disorders.

Furthermore, South Carolina provides options for luxury rehabs, which offer high-end accommodations, upscale amenities, and personalized services for individuals seeking a more exclusive treatment experience. These luxury facilities may provide additional services such as spa treatments, gourmet meals, and recreational activities. Private rehabs are another option for individuals who prefer to pay for treatment without relying on insurance or government assistance. These private facilities may offer specialized treatment programs and personalized care, often catering to specific populations or focusing on particular modalities of treatment.

To locate rehab centers in South Carolina, individuals can use our online rehab locator tool. This tool provides a user-friendly interface to search for local rehab options based on location, treatment type, and specific needs, helping individuals find suitable treatment centers near them.

How Much Does Rehab Cost?

Insurance coverage for addiction treatment is a common option for many individuals seeking help in South Carolina. Most insurance plans, including private insurance and employer-provided coverage, provide some level of coverage for addiction treatment services. This coverage can help alleviate the financial burden associated with treatment expenses. To utilize insurance for addiction treatment, individuals should contact their insurance provider directly to understand the specific details of coverage, such as the extent of services covered, any limitations or restrictions, and the out-of-pocket costs or copayments that may apply.

For those who are uninsured or underinsured, South Carolina offers state-funded treatment centers that provide services at reduced or no cost. These state-funded treatment centers are designed to ensure that individuals have access to addiction treatment, regardless of their financial situation. These centers may have specific eligibility criteria and limited capacity, so it is advisable to reach out to them directly to inquire about the application process and available services.

Length of Stay in Rehab

When it comes to addiction treatment in South Carolina, there are various options for the length of stay, allowing individuals to choose a duration that aligns with their specific treatment needs. The most common durations include 30-day, 60-day, and 90-day programs.

Additionally, long-term rehab is another option available in South Carolina. Long-term programs typically last between six months to two years, depending on the individual’s treatment needs and the specific facility or program they are enrolled in. These programs are designed for individuals with severe or chronic addiction, or those who have experienced relapse in the past.

Recovery Starts Today

Finding a drug and alcohol rehab in South Carolina that is tailored to your specific needs is crucial in increasing the likelihood of lifelong recovery. The wide range of treatment options available, including different levels of care, therapy modalities, and program durations, allows individuals to find a treatment approach that resonates with them. By selecting a rehab facility that aligns with their unique circumstances and goals, individuals can receive the personalized care and support necessary for a successful journey towards lasting sobriety.



  1. United States Census Bureau. QuickFacts-South Carolina. July 1, 2022.
  2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Behavioral Health Barometer: South Carolina, Volume 6.
  3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Drug Overdose Mortality by State.