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1 Improving the lives of South Carolinians A L C O H O L I N D I R E C T O R Y A N D A B U S E S O U T H O F O T H E R S E R V I C E S C A R O L I N A D R U G A County-by-County Listing of Public and Private Treatment and Prevention Providers

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3 About this directory This directory is designed to provide helping professionals with an understanding of the availability of treatment and prevention services in the state and to assist them in making appropriate referrals. The directory was compiled from the lists of facilities licensed by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC). All licensed facilities that provide alcohol and other drug abuse services have been listed alphabetically by county. Although most of the information included in the directory is self-explanatory, four items warrant further explanation. First, the item identified as Type of Facility designates each service provider as private, private/non-profit, public (with responsible agency in parentheses) or county alcohol and drug abuse authority. This final designation refers to the 33 agencies authorized by South Carolina Act 301 of 1973, which required each county council to designate an authority to provide mandated services in cooperation with the South Carolina Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (now the South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services [DAODAS]). Second, the item identified as Level of Care lists the specific type(s) of treatment provided by the respective programs. The six most common levels of care are: outpatient treatment; social model detoxification; freestanding medical detoxification; halfway house; residential treatment; and inpatient treatment. Also identified within the outpatient designation are more specialized services offered on an outpatient basis, including intensive outpatient treatment, day treatment, partial hospitalization and transitional housing, a relatively new service that provides safe and supportive housing for women and their children, as well as on-site outpatient treatment and continuing care services. The Level of Care is listed for the practitioner s use. All referrals for services will be based upon a clinical assessment of an individual s problem severity or level of need. Third, the Number of Beds is provided for each program, with the number reserved for each level of care given if available. Fourth, the item identified as Accreditation indicates whether a program has been accredited by either CARF: The Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission or the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Hospital Organizations (JCAHO). i

4 Treatment in South Carolina South Carolina s system for dealing with alcohol, tobacco and other drug related problems had its inception in 1957 when the General Assembly authorized the creation of the South Carolina Alcoholic Center. Today, South Carolina is one of the few states in the nation to recognize the merits of supporting a single state authority on alcohol and other drug abuse the South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services (DAODAS) as a cabinet-level governmental agency. This cabinet-level status, together with its dedicated leadership and quality services, has fostered the development and refinement of a comprehensive, statewide service-delivery system designed specifically to deal with problems related to the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Today, DAODAS contracts with 33 single- and multi-county alcohol and drug abuse authorities to provide state and federally mandated prevention, intervention and treatment services in all 46 counties of the state. To ensure the provision of quality services, DAODAS monitors each of these programs in accordance with specific standards required for program implementation. The department provides consultation and technical assistance for program development and maintenance, and coordinates training and other continuing educational activities for professionals who work with individuals who are experiencing problems with alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. A wide array of treatment services is available through the state s 33 county authorities. Specific services include outpatient treatment, social model detoxification, freestanding medical detoxification, halfway houses, residential treatment, inpatient treatment and transitional housing. These programs are designed to arrest the disabling effects of the misuse of or addiction to alcohol, tobacco and/or other drugs, including smoking cessation. In addition, specialized services are available at the local level for individuals and families who are experiencing problems related to gambling addiction. Counselors throughout the state have received extensive training in this area and provide a range of services to address the unique and critical needs of this population. Services include an individualized assessment and treatment plan for each individual. Group sessions are available to deal with the nature of compulsive gambling, denial and recovery, and the relapse process. ii

5 According to patient and service information reported for fiscal year 2006, approximately 48,000 individuals in this state received direct or indirect intervention and/or treatment services through DAODAS and its statewide network of county authorities between July 1, 2005, and June 30, Prevention in South Carolina Substance abuse prevention programs are available through the 33 county alcohol and drug abuse authorities, as well as certain other public and private entities. The county authorities offer and implement prevention programs and strategies that create or enhance environmental conditions within communities, families, schools and workplaces. These programs and strategies aim to protect individuals from the dangers of using alcohol, tobacco and other drugs (ATODs). The programs also seek to help people develop personal decision-making skills to reduce the risk of ATOD-related problems such as violence, delinquency, unplanned pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases and poor academic performance. Available in communities throughout South Carolina, prevention services are based upon principles of sound research and are designed to identify and reduce factors that place an individual or a community at risk of experiencing problems, while at the same time, strengthening other identifiable factors that can help protect individuals and communities from developing such problems. The following are the categories for prevention services provided throughout the state as defined by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association (SAMHSA): Information Dissemination This strategy focuses on key and valid facts about the nature and extent of ATOD use, abuse and addiction, and their effects on individuals, families and communities, as well as information to increase perceptions of risk. It also provides knowledge and awareness of prevention policies, programs and services. It helps set and reinforce norms (e.g., underage drinking and drug dealers will not be tolerated in a particular neighborhood); it helps establish true norms of use (everyone is not using); and it helps increase perception of risk of use among a target population (e.g., I really could get caught for underage drinking and lose my driver s license; people really do die from alcohol poisoning). iii

6 Prevention Education This strategy aims to develop critical life and social skills, including decision-making, refusal skills, critical analysis (e.g., of media messages), and systematic and judgmental abilities. Alternatives This strategy provides for the participation of targeted populations in activities that exclude ATOD use by youth. The theory is that constructive and healthy activities offset the attraction to or otherwise meet the needs usually filled by ATOD use. Evidence indicates that this strategy is more effective when it: (1) serves as an alternative to an event that would normally involve alcohol use and therefore helps to modify community norms (usually on a college campus); or (2) integrates key risk or protective factors into a long-term program. One shot events have generally not proven to be effective. Problem Identification and Referral This strategy calls for identification, education and referral to services for those youth who have indulged in age-inappropriate use of tobacco products or alcohol, or who have indulged in the first use of illicit drugs. Activities under this strategy would include screening for tendencies toward substance abuse and referral for preventive treatment for curbing such tendencies. Community-Based Processes This strategy aims to enhance the ability of the community to more effectively provide prevention services for ATOD problems. Activities include organizing, planning and enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of service implementation, interagency collaboration, coalition building and networking. Building healthy communities encourages healthy lifestyle choices. Environmental This type of strategy establishes, modifies or enhances written and unwritten community standards, codes and attitudes that influence the incidence and prevalence of problems related to ATOD use in the general population. This includes community norms, local ordinances and laws to restrict availability and access, price increases and community-wide actions. In fiscal year 2006, according to the KIT Prevention System Annual Report, more than 327,353 educational materials were disseminated by the 33 county authorities throughout the state. The KIT Prevention System Annual Report showed that county author- iv

7 ities provided services to 8,414 non-duplicated individual participants in South Carolina. The leading group served was youth ages 12 to 14 (middle school), totaling 4,170 participants. Together with youth ages 6 to 11 (elementary school) and youth ages 15 to 17 (high school), the three school-aged groups made up 88% of the total registered participants. The largest adult group was ages 25 to 54, with a total of 595 participants. v

8 TREATMENT FACILITIES ABBEVILLE COUNTY Cornerstone... 1 AIKEN COUNTY Aiken Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Services... 2 Aurora Pavilion Behavioral Health Services (Aiken Regional Medical Center)... 3 ALLENDALE COUNTY New Life Center... 4 ANDERSON COUNTY Anderson/Oconee Behavioral Health Services... 5 AnMed Health Wellspring... 6 Don Foster and Associates Inc BAMBERG COUNTY Dawn Center (Tri-County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse)... 8 BARNWELL COUNTY Axis I Center of Barnwell... 9 BEAUFORT COUNTY Beaufort County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Department BERKELEY COUNTY Ernest E. Kennedy Center CALHOUN COUNTY Dawn Center (Tri-County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse) CHARLESTON COUNTY Alternatives Life Improvement Center Inc Center for Behavioral Health South Carolina Inc Charleston Center Clinical Solutions of Charleston, P.A Medical University of South Carolina Department of Psychiatry Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs Palmetto Behavioral Health Solutions Phoenix Counseling Center, LLC Ralph H. Johnson Medical Center (Department of Veterans Affairs) CHEROKEE COUNTY Cherokee County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse CHESTER COUNTY Hazel Pittman Center CHESTERFIELD COUNTY Alpha Center GIVEBAC Recovery House CLARENDON COUNTY Clarendon Behavioral Health Services COLLETON COUNTY Colleton County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse vi

9 DARLINGTON COUNTY McLeod Behavioral Health Services at McLeod Health Rubicon Inc DILLON COUNTY Trinity Behavioral Care Dillon Office DORCHESTER COUNTY Dorchester Alcohol and Drug Commission EDGEFIELD COUNTY Cornerstone FAIRFIELD COUNTY Fairfield Behavioral Health Services FLORENCE COUNTY Bruce Hall (Carolinas Hospital System) Circle Park Behavioral Health Services Palmetto Center Starting Point of Florence GEORGETOWN COUNTY Counseling Center of Georgetown Georgetown County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission GREENVILLE COUNTY AddCare Counseling Inc ADDLife Addiction Services The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health Don Foster and Associates Inc Greenville Metro Treatment Center Holmesview Center The Journey Center Inc The Phoenix Center Piedmont Treatment Center Rosewood House of Recovery Inc GREENWOOD COUNTY Cornerstone HAMPTON COUNTY New Life Center HORRY COUNTY Center of Hope of Myrtle Beach, LLC Shoreline Behavioral Health Services Wilmington Treatment Services JASPER COUNTY New Life Center KERSHAW COUNTY Alpha Center LANCASTER COUNTY Counseling Services of Lancaster Lancaster Recovery Center LAURENS COUNTY GateWay Counseling Center LEE COUNTY The Lee Center Family Counseling and Addiction Services vii

10 LEXINGTON COUNTY The Alternative Columbia Metro Treatment Center Insights Educational and Treatment Services Inc LRADAC, The Behavioral Health Center of The Midlands Three Rivers Center for Behavioral Health MARION COUNTY Trinity Behavioral Care Marion Office MARLBORO COUNTY Trinity Behavioral Care Marlboro Office MCCORMICK COUNTY Cornerstone NEWBERRY COUNTY Westview Behavioral Health Services OCONEE COUNTY Anderson/Oconee Behavioral Health Services ORANGEBURG COUNTY Dawn Center (Tri-County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse) William J. McCord Adolescent Treatment Facility PICKENS COUNTY Behavioral Health Services of Pickens County Carolina Center for Behavioral Health RICHLAND COUNTY Home With a Heart Alternatives Life Improvement Center Inc Earle E. Morris Jr. Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment Center (Morris Village) LRADAC, The Behavioral Health Center of The Midlands New Beginnings Recovery Center Palmetto Health Baptist Palmetto Health Richland Richland Springs Starting Point, LLC William Jennings Bryan Dorn Veterans Hospital Addictions Treatment Unit SALUDA COUNTY Saluda Behavioral Health System SPARTANBURG COUNTY Don Foster and Associates Inc Spartanburg Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission Spartanburg Treatment Associates SUMTER COUNTY Sumter County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse UNION COUNTY Union County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse WILLIAMSBURG COUNTY Williamsburg County Department on Alcohol and Drug Abuse YORK COUNTY Keystone Substance Abuse Services viii

11 COUNTY AUTHORITY ABBEVILLE COUNTY Cornerstone Address: (mailing) P.O. Box 921 Abbeville, SC (location) 112 Whitehall Street Abbeville, SC Phone: (864) Fax: (864) David D. Matthews County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority (serving Abbeville, Edgefield, Greenwood and McCormick counties) Outpatient CARF Call (864) or (864) for appointment For additional services, see listing for Cornerstone under Greenwood County. 1

12 AIKEN COUNTY COUNTY AUTHORITY Address: Aiken Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Services 1105 Gregg Highway Aiken, SC Phone: (803) Fax: (803) Web Site: H. Herbert Mattocks County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority Outpatient (including intensive outpatient) CARF Call (803) for appointment Women s intensive outpatient and adolescent services are available. Prevention services are available. 2

13 AIKEN COUNTY Aurora Pavilion Behavioral Health Services (Aiken Regional Medical Centers) Address: (mailing) P.O. Drawer 1117 Aiken, SC (location) 655 Medical Park Drive Aiken, SC Phone: (803) or Fax: (803) Web Site: Levels of Care: Jay Smith Private Outpatient (including partial hospitalization) Medical Detoxification Inpatient Medical Detoxification/Inpatient (47) JCAHO Call Assessment-Referral Office at (803) or Of Aurora s 47 beds, 15 are reserved for adults, 19 for adolescents and 13 for geriatric clients. 3

14 ALLENDALE COUNTY COUNTY AUTHORITY New Life Center Address: (mailing) P.O. Box 806 Allendale, SC (location) 571 Memorial Avenue Allendale, SC Phone: (803) Fax: (803) Dave N. Hiers County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority (serving Allendale, Hampton and Jasper counties) Outpatient CARF Call (803) or Adolescent services are available. Prevention services are available. 4

15 COUNTY AUTHORITY ANDERSON COUNTY Address: Anderson/Oconee Behavioral Health Services 226 McGee Road Anderson, SC Phone: (864) Fax: (864) Web Site: Karen B. Beck County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority Outpatient (including intensive outpatient) CARF Call (864) (Anderson) or (864) (Seneca) for appointment Adolescent services are available. Prevention services are available. Anderson/Oconee has a satellite office: 691 South Oak Street Seneca, SC (phone) (864) (fax) (864)

16 ANDERSON COUNTY Address: AnMed Health Wellspring 313 Williams Street Williamston, SC Phone: (864) or Fax: (864) Web Site: Levels of Care: Joseph Feleppa Private/Non-profit Outpatient (including intensive outpatient and day treatment) Medical Detoxification Inpatient Medical Detoxification (5) Inpatient (22) JCAHO Call (864) or for appointment 6

17 Address: ANDERSON COUNTY Don Foster and Associates Inc. 418 North Main Street Anderson, SC Phone: (864) Fax: (864) Don K. Foster Private Outpatient (including intensive outpatient) None Call (864) , (864) or for appointment 7

18 BAMBERG COUNTY COUNTY AUTHORITY Dawn Center (Tri-County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse) Address: (mailing) P.O. Box 907 Bamberg, SC (location) 2549 Main Highway Bamberg, SC Phone: (803) Fax: (803) (call before faxing) Richard S. Fowler County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority (serving Orangeburg, Bamberg and Calhoun counties) Outpatient CARF Call (803) for appointment Prevention services are available. For additional services, see listing for Dawn Center under Orangeburg County. 8

19 COUNTY AUTHORITY BARNWELL COUNTY Address: Axis I Center of Barnwell 1644 Jackson Street Barnwell, SC Phone: (803) Fax: (803) Web Site: Cheryl Azouri Long County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority Outpatient CARF Call (803) for appointment or (803) for 24-hour crisis assistance Adolescent services are available. Prevention services are available. 9

20 BEAUFORT COUNTY COUNTY AUTHORITY Beaufort County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Department Address: (mailing) P.O. Box 311 Beaufort, SC (location) 1905 Duke Street Suite 270 Beaufort, SC Phone: (843) Fax: (843) Web Site: alc_drug.htm Douglas H. Bud Boyne Jr. County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority Outpatient (including intensive outpatient) CARF Call (843) (Beaufort) or (843) (Bluffton) for appointment Prevention services are available. Beaufort has a satellite office: (mailing) P.O. Box 1479 Bluffton, SC (location) Bluffton Center, Room 200 Ulmer Road Bluffton, SC (phone) (843) (fax) (843)

21 COUNTY AUTHORITY BERKELEY COUNTY Address: Ernest E. Kennedy Center 306 Airport Drive Moncks Corner, SC Phone: (843) or (843) Fax: (843) Web Site: William P. Gilmore County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority (serving Berkeley County) Outpatient (including intensive outpatient) CARF Call (843) or (843) for appointment Berkeley has a service site for adolescents: 106 Westview Boulevard Goose Creek, SC (phone) (843) (fax) (843) Prevention services are available. 11

22 CALHOUN COUNTY COUNTY AUTHORITY Dawn Center (Tri-County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse) Address: (mailing) P.O. Box 322 St. Matthews, SC (location) 2827 Old Belleville Road St. Matthews, SC Phone: (803) Fax: (803) (call before faxing) Richard S. Fowler County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority (serving Orangeburg, Bamberg and Calhoun counties) Outpatient CARF Call (803) for appointment Prevention services are available. For additional services, see listing for Dawn Center under Orangeburg County. 12

23 CHARLESTON COUNTY Address: Alternatives Life Improvement Center Inc West Montague Avenue Suite 202 North Charleston, SC Phone: (843) Fax: (843) Web Site: Heather A. Harrington, M.Ed., LPCIS Private Outpatient (including intensive outpatient) None Call (843) for appointment Adolescent services are available (outpatient only). Prevention services are available. 13

24 CHARLESTON COUNTY Center for Behavioral Health South Carolina Inc. Address: 2301 Cosgrove Avenue, Suite F North Charleston, SC Phone: (843) Fax: (843) Web Site: centerforbehavioralhealth.com Brant Mussman Private Outpatient CARF Call (843) for appointment This program specializes in opioid maintenance therapy. Adolescent services are available. Prevention services are available. 14

25 COUNTY AUTHORITY CHARLESTON COUNTY Address: Charleston Center 5 Charleston Center Drive Charleston, SC Phone: (843) Fax: (843) Mark S. Cowell County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority Levels of Care: Outpatient (including intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization and transitional housing) Social Model Detoxification Medical Detoxification Residential Medical and Social Model Detoxification (16) Residential (28 [Sixteen of these beds are provided for long-term residential care of women who may be accompanied by their children.]) CARF Call (843) Opioid maintenance therapy, adolescent services and prevention services are available. Charleston has another service site: Step Ahead (14 beds) (Women s Transitional Housing Facility) 5527 Read Street Charleston, SC (843)

26 CHARLESTON COUNTY Clinical Solutions of Charleston, P.A. Address: (mailing) P.O. Box Charleston, SC (location) 1954 Ashley River Road Suite H Charleston, SC Phone: (843) Fax: (843) Web Site: Levels of Care: Donald N. McDaniel Private Outpatient (including intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization) Halfway House 5 None Call (843)

27 CHARLESTON COUNTY Medical University of South Carolina Department of Psychiatry Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs Address: (mailing) 29 Leinbach Drive Charleston, SC (location) 67 President Street Charleston, SC Phone: (843) Fax: (843) Web Site: Levels of Care: Hugh Myrick, M.D. Public Outpatient (including intensive outpatient) Inpatient 12 JCAHO Call (843) Adolescent and children s services are available. Research protocols are available. 17

28 CHARLESTON COUNTY Palmetto Behavioral Health Solutions Address: 2900 Evatt Lane, Suite 106 North Charleston, SC Phone: (843) Fax: (843) Levels of Care: Dan Body Private Outpatient (including intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization) Medical Detoxification Residential (adolescent/children only) Inpatient Residential (32) Medical Detoxification/Inpatient (66) JCAHO Call (843) for appointment 18

29 CHARLESTON COUNTY Phoenix Counseling Center, LLC Address: 1064 Gardner Road, Suite 306 Charleston, SC Phone: (843) Fax: (843) Gina Tittle, M.Ed., LPC Private Outpatient None Call (843) for appointment. 19

30 CHARLESTON COUNTY Address: Phone: Ralph H. Johnson Medical Center (Department of Veterans Affairs) 109 Bee Street Charleston, SC (843) , ext. 7311, or Fax: (843) Jeffrey S. Cluver, M.D. Public Outpatient JCAHO Patients should be referred to the outpatient department of Ralph H. Johnson Medical Center or call (843) , ext. 7311, or Prevention services are available. 20

31 COUNTY AUTHORITY CHEROKEE COUNTY Address: Cherokee County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse 201 West Montgomery Street Gaffney, SC Phone: (864) Fax: (864) Barbara Garrett County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority Outpatient (including intensive outpatient) CARF Call (864) for appointment Adolescent services are available. Prevention services are available. 21

32 CHESTER COUNTY COUNTY AUTHORITY Hazel Pittman Center Address: (mailing) P.O. Box 636 Chester, SC (location) 130 Hudson Street Chester, SC Phone: (803) Fax: (803) Web Site: David Seward County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority (serving Chester County) Outpatient (including intensive outpatient) CARF Call (803) for appointment Adolescent services are available. Prevention services are available. 22

33 COUNTY AUTHORITY CHESTERFIELD COUNTY Alpha Center Address: (mailing) P.O. Box 838 Chesterfield, SC (location) 1218 East Boulevard Cheraw, SC Phone: (843) Fax: (843) Paul W. Napper County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority (serving Chesterfield, Kershaw and Lee counties) Outpatient CARF Call (843) for appointment Adolescent services are available. Prevention services are available. 23

34 CHESTERFIELD COUNTY GIVEBAC Recovery House Address: (mailing) P.O. Box 347 Chesterfield, SC (location) 1481 Ted Melton Road Cheraw, SC Phone: (843) or Fax: Web Site: Jeffrey McLain Private/Non-profit Outpatient (as part of transitional housing) 20 (male and female) None Call (843) or for resident pre-screening. 24

35 COUNTY AUTHORITY CLARENDON COUNTY Clarendon Behavioral Health Services Address: (mailing) P.O. Box 430 Manning, SC (location) 14 North Church Street Manning, SC Phone: (803) Fax: (803) Levels of Care: A. Ann Kirven County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority Outpatient (including intensive outpatient) CARF Call (803) or (803) for appointment. Women s intensive outpatient services are available. Adolescent services are available. Prevention services are available. 25

36 COLLETON COUNTY COUNTY AUTHORITY Colleton County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Address: (mailing) P.O. Box 1037 Walterboro, SC (location) 1439 Thunderbolt Drive Walterboro, SC Phone: (843) Fax: (843) Levels of Care: Ronald Rickenbaker County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority Outpatient Residential 10 (These beds are provided for long-term residential care of women who may be accompanied by their children.) CARF Call (843) for appointment Adolescent services are available. Prevention services are available. 26

37 DARLINGTON COUNTY Address: McLeod Behavioral Health Services at McLeod Health 701 Cashua Ferry Road Darlington, SC Phone: (843) Fax: (843) Pat Jarvis Non-profit Levels of Care: Inpatient 23 JCAHO Call (843) for appointment All programs are delivered along a dual-diagnosis continuum of care. 27

38 DARLINGTON COUNTY COUNTY AUTHORITY Rubicon Inc. Address: (mailing) P.O. Box 2076 Hartsville, SC (location) 510 East Carolina Avenue Hartsville, SC Phone: (843) Fax: (843) Winston H. McElveen County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority (serving Darlington County) Outpatient (including intensive outpatient) CARF Call (843) for appointment or (843) for 24-hour on-call coverage Adolescent services are available. Prevention services are available. 28

39 COUNTY AUTHORITY DILLON COUNTY Trinity Behavioral Care Dillon Office Address: 204 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Dillon, SC Phone: (843) Fax: (843) W.T. O Connor County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority Outpatient (including intensive outpatient) CARF Call (843) or (843) for appointment Prevention services are available. For additional services, see listing for Trinity Behavioral Care Marion Office under Marion County or Trinity Behavioral Care Marlboro Office under Marlboro County. 29

40 DORCHESTER COUNTY COUNTY AUTHORITY Dorchester Alcohol and Drug Commission Address: 500 North Main Street, Suite 4 Summerville, SC Phone: (843) Fax: (843) Web Site: Samuel J. Miller County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority Outpatient (including intensive outpatient) CARF Call (843) for appointment or 24-hour on-call coverage Women s intensive outpatient services are available. Adolescent services are available. Prevention services are available. 30

41 COUNTY AUTHORITY EDGEFIELD COUNTY Cornerstone Address: 400 Church Street, Room 112, Box 6 Edgefield, SC Phone: (803) Fax: (803) David D. Matthews County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Authority (serving Abbeville, Edgefield, Greenwood and McCormick counties) Outpatient (including intensive outpatient) CARF Call (803) for appointment Prevention services are available. For additional services, see listing for Cornerstone under Greenwood County. 31

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