Getting Help in South Carolina
If you or someone you love requires help for a substance use or mental health disorder, please call the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) free 24/7 national helpline: 1-800-662-4357. SAMHSA will connect you to local treatment options in South Carolina, as well as state-funded treatment if you do not have insurance coverage.
The first step in recovery is to choose from the best rehabs in South Carolina. We offer a comprehensive list of South Carolina rehab centers, all of which can be sorted by substance abused, location, or budget. You can search South Carolina treatment centers here.
If you are in immediate need of medical attention, please call 911.
Choosing From Many South Carolina Rehab Centers
Actually deciding which of the rehabs in South Carolina is right for you can be hard. At first glance, you’ll see there are hundreds of options available. The number of selections might even turn you away because it seems too hard to narrow it down. Luckily, in addition to calling us for help, there are a number of things you can do limit your search.
Rely on help from friends.
Making an important decision such as this while under the influence can be challenging to say the least. Your sober friends and family will be able to use a clear head to identify your needs and find the South Carolina rehab centers that meet your requirements.
Identify what you want.
South Carolina rehab centers come in a variety of shapes and forms. Some might have a more religious outlook, while others might be segregated by sex or age. Decide on what features you’d like to have in a rehab center, as this will make it easier to comb through your options. This will also help you know what to expect in rehab, which might make it easier to adjust to.
Decide how serious your addiction is.
Not everyone has the same level of addiction. Some people are new to drugs and just need a little guidance to get away from their influence. Others, however, have been using drugs for years and will need extensive counseling and assistance to recover. Find a South Carolina rehab center that’s appropriate for your level of addiction.