Choose from 173 Addiction Treatment Centers in South Carolina
Addiction in South Carolina has reached an all-time high. The state has had to accept that their current treatment facilities aren’t adequate enough to treat the numbers of people suffering from substance abuse. Resulting in a widespread need for increased numbers of counselors, therapists, and medical professionals trained in addiction treatment. The SC Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors has made it easier for many to become certified in the state in the hopes of increasing their current rehab resources. Unfortunately, this doesn’t do any good unless addicted individuals are prompted to seek help.