Substance Abuse Treatment in Clinton, SC

We provide a variety of services to help those who struggle with drug and alcohol addiction, including professional addiction treatment, medication-assisted treatment, and behavioral therapies.

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Substance use disorders are behavioral disorders associated with using drugs or alcohol that lead to physical harm or problems in life. The most common substance use disorder is alcohol use disorder, often called “alcoholism”. Other substances associated with substance use disorder include illegal drugs, such as heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamines, as well as prescription drugs, such as prescription opioids and benzodiazepines.

If you or a loved one is having trouble controlling their substance use, you should know that recovery is possible. Vertical Treatment Centers is here to help you win the battle with addiction once and for all. Give us a call or visit us at our Clinton, SC, location.

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What Are the Signs of Substance Use Disorder?

Ssubstance use disorders typically manifest as an inability to control the use of a mind-altering substance, regardless of what the substance may be doing to your health or relationships. Some signs of substance use disorder include:

  • A desire to stop using the substances but being unable to do so for a prolonged period
  • Using substances to address other mental or physical problems, even if the substance is doing more harm than good
  • Moving from using substances to feel good, to using substances to feel normal or functional
  • Sacrificing important things like work, school, relationships, or physical health to continue using a substance
  • Engaging in risky behaviors in order to obtain a substance
  • Lying about substance use to family or friends

There are many other signs of substance use disorder. At Vertical Treatment Centers in Clinton, SC, we create personalized treatment plans to help address our patient’s core issues and traumas.

If left untreated, alcohol addiction can alter how the brain functions and result in life-long health issues. Finding the ideal treatment plan for the patient is the first step to recovery. At Vertical Treatment Centers, our staff will work with you to create a treatment strategy that tackles the root of your battle with alcohol. We provide outpatient therapy for alcohol addiction. We are not a detox facility.

Meth Addiction Treatment

Methamphetamine is considered one of the hardest substances to quit. Meth alters the way the brain’s reward circuits function, causing the person using meth to have a constant need to continue using. Our treatment programs use a combination of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and counseling to enable our patients to live a life free of meth.

Opioids, which include drugs like heroin, morphine, oxycodone, fentanyl, and more, are incredibly addictive. In addition to behavioral health therapy, we offer medication-assisted treatment (MAT), including Suboxone® and Sublocade® treatment programs, for persons suffering from opioid addiction.

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How treatment works at Vertical Treatment Centers

Get Started

Call us (or let us call you!) to set up an intake appointment, toxicology screen, discuss payment options, and review expectations.

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Meet with your team

Meet with a medical team member and your therapist to complete the assessment process, develop a personalized treatment plan, and receive prescriptions based on your needs.

Reach your goals

Continue to attend individual and/or group counseling, complete toxicology screens, and meet with medical team members to progress toward your goals.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Substance Abuse Treatment

What are three warning signs that someone has a substance abuse problem?

Three warning signs that someone has a substance abuse problem include:

  1. An inability to stop using the substance, regardless of their desire to stop
  2. A decline in other aspects of their life, including work performance and relationships
  3. Prioritizing substance use over other aspects of their life

Who is most at risk for substance abuse?

Almost anyone is at risk for substance abuse. Substance abuse does not discriminate based on age, gender, race, socioeconomic status, or education level. People in all walks of life may suffer from substance abuse. However, substance abuse often starts with trauma. At Vertical Treatment Centers, we uncover the root causes of substance abuse, and treat them with a combination of medication and therapy.

What is an intervention program?

In-house intervention programs can involve family members, friends and clinical staff who want to see the patient succeed in their recovery working together to confront a patient. We do not offer this approach at Vertical Treatment Centers.

What are the qualifications and credentials of the treatment staff at Vertical Treatment Centers?

Vertical Treatment Centers is staffed with a combination of medical doctors, nurse practitioners, and licensed counselors who specialize in addiction. Our goal is to help our patients achieve sobriety. Our staff collectively has decades of experience in providing effective treatment solutions for those struggling with substance use disorders.