Alcohol and drug abuse constitutes a series of underlying personal problems which an individual attempts to find solutions to, or escape from, through repeated destructive use of mood-altering chemicals. Through the recovery process, individuals learn new ways of coping with life and develop the personal strengths necessary to abstain from chemicals, deal effectively with others, and make the changes necessary to lead a healthy and productive life-style.
The purpose of the treatment program is to provide professional counseling and emotional support for clients who are committed to making life changes. Treatment services include clinical assessment and referral, individual, group and family therapy. The combination and frequency of these services are tailored to meet each individual’s need and will change throughout the treatment process.
Counseling services are available for children and adolescents 12 to 17 who may be at-risk or using drugs and alcohol. Services are also available for behavioral, emotional, or parent/child problems.
Individual and group therapy sessions are provided to meet their unique needs in a safe and comfortable environment. Women therapy groups are held each Tuesday and Friday from 9:30 am until 11:30 am in Kingstree.
If you suspect you have a gambling problem, we offer an 8-week educational class, as well as individual and group counseling for compulsive gambling. We have counselors who are certified to provide gambling therapy services. If you want to know more about this program, please call our office at 843-355-9113 or you may call the statewide 24/7 toll-free gambling hot-line at 866-452-5155.
- Adolescent groups are normally held on Tuesdays but may vary due to students’ and parents’ schedules.
- Hemingway groups meet at 5 pm on Mondays and at 10 am on Thursdays for one and a half hours
- Kingstree groups meet 1 hour on Mondays at 4 pm and at noon on Wednesdays. Individuals may attend two or one group per week based on their individual needs.
Substance Abuse Professional (SAP)
We have two substance abuse professionals who meet all certification requirements of the Department of Transportation, who can evaluate drivers who have violated a Department of Transportation drug and alcohol regulation. The SAP recommends what education, treatment, follow-up testing and aftercare services might be appropriate based on a clinical assessment.
General information regarding your healthcare, including payment for healthcare, is protected by two federal laws: the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1966 (HIPAA), and C.F.R, Part 2 on Confidentiality. We are committed to conducting all of our business in strict compliance with federal and state regulations that govern the delivery of our services. Our staff adheres to a strict code of ethics that results in a high degree of professionalism and integrity.