South Carolina Drug Rehabs

South Carolina drug rehab There are approximately 28,000 admissions to drug and alcohol rehabs in South Carolina each year, but unfortunately most of the programs have limited success and the relapse rate is pretty high.

With around 103,000 South Carolina citizens reporting illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year, it is clear that not only is there a large gap between those who need addiction treatment and those who receive it, there is also the necessity of finding drug rehab programs that actually work.

We can assist you in locating effective services for someone from South Carolina including long term residential rehab programs, addiction treatment facilities and detoxification centers.

Fill out the form below or call us toll-free at 1-877-920-2533 for help finding a successful rehabilitation center for someone from South Carolina.

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South Carolina was once considered a "consumer state" rather than a "source state" for illegal drugs. South Carolina was increasingly documented as a transshipment corridor for all manner of illicit drugs and drug currency . However, intelligence information reveals that the state is becoming a distribution point for drugs smuggled from the California, Florida, Georgia, New York, Texas, and Mexico. It is strategically located midway between Miami and New York City, where I-20, I-26, and I-77 intersect with I-95 and I-85. South Carolina's location is ideal for transshipping illegal drugs throughout the Eastern seaboard. From Mexico and the Southwest Border States, traffickers travel daily on I-20 and I-85 to supply northeastern states with cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine, and heroin. Cocaine hydrochloride (HCI), crack cocaine, and methamphetamine are the major illegal drug threats in South Carolina. There has been increasing evidence of organizational activity extending to major distribution hubs, such as New York City (cocaine and heroin), southern Florida (cocaine and Ecstasy), southern Texas/Mexico (cocaine, marijuana, and methamphetamine), and southern California (methamphetamine, marijuana, and cocaine). Investigations are becoming more complex and cross numerous statewide and nationwide jurisdictions. Cocaine HCl and crack cocaine abuse have long endured as South Carolina's major drug threat; however, methamphetamine poses an increasing threat. Methamphetamine manufacturing and trafficking has shown a steady decrease over the past two year throughout South Carolina from 2005 to 2007.

South Carolina DEA Offices & Contact Numbers:
Beaufort: 843-986-0457
Charleston: 843-308-6660
Columbia: 803-765-5251
Florence: 843-661-2171
Greenville: 864-234-0237

The number of meth lab seizure incidents in South Carolina increased 231%, from 26 incidents in 2007 to 86 incidents in 2009. Approximately 7 percent of South Carolina residents reported past-month use of illicit drugs (about 250,000 people over the age of 12). The rate of drug-induced deaths in South Carolina exceeds the national average. Marijuana is the most commonly cited drug among primary drug treatment admissions in South Carolina.

Contact us today to find out more information about successful South Carolina drug rehab programs for someone from the state.

Here is a list of some longer-term South Carolina drug rehab centers.

Sumter Behavioral Health Services
441 North Main Street
Sumter, SC 29150
Substance abuse treatment, Halfway house

Faith Home Inc Christian Alcohol and Drug Rehab
144 Faith Home Road
Greenwood, SC 29648
Substance abuse treatment

Good Samaritan Colony Substance Abuse Center
19147 Highway 9 P.O. Box 38
Ruby, SC 29741
Substance abuse treatment

Colleton Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse
1439 Thunderbolt Drive
Walterboro, SC 29488
Substance abuse treatment

Miracle Hill Renewal Center
19 Graves Drive
Greenville, SC 29609
Substance abuse treatment