Alcohol Rehab in South Carolina

If you or someone you love is struggling with alcohol addiction in South Carolina, Vertical Treatment Centers can help.

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At our alcohol addiction treatment programs, addiction specialists will work with you or your loved one to address the root causes of your alcohol addiction. We provide the most effective intervention, counseling, and support services possible to help you or your loved one achieve sobriety.

Our addiction specialists offer outpatient addiction treatment services such as group therapy, individual counseling, and other support services. We provide a stigma-free, judgment-free environment. Let’s start reclaiming your life.

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WHAT ARE THE SIGNS OF ALCOHOL ADDICTION?

Alcohol addiction is a severe problem affecting millions of people worldwide. It is characterized by repeated, harmful alcohol use that results in difficulties and distress. Alcohol addiction can occur when a person continues to use alcohol despite having negative consequences. Because of this, alcohol addiction is a serious addiction that requires treatment.

Alcohol addiction is commonly thought of as a vice or a habit, but in reality, it is a disease that requires treatment. Signs of alcohol addiction include:

  • a persistent desire or urge to drink
  • a feeling of warmth, numbness, or tingling in the body after drinking
  • and the inability to control drinking, despite debilitating consequences

HOW DOES ALCOHOL REHAB WORK?

Our alcohol rehab in South Carolina offers outpatient services geared around our patients’ busy schedules. We are not a detox center, a halfway house, or an inpatient facility. We provide mental health services, including individual therapy, group therapy, and medication-assisted treatment options such as Vivitrol.

We perform an initial consultation with all patients to develop an individualized treatment program in order to fit every individual’s specific needs. You or your loved one can benefit greatly from the care and guidance provided by our alcohol treatment centers in South Carolina. Request more info or give us a call today!

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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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FAQ’s ABOUT ALCOHOL ADDICTION TREATMENT IN SOUTH CAROLINA

When Should I Seek Alcohol Addiction Treatment?

This depends on who you are asking for: you or your loved one. If you are beginning to experience any signs of alcohol addiction, such as a desire to stop drinking, but an inability to do so, it’s time to seek help. If your loved one is causing distress to you or your family because they cannot control their drinking, consider getting them help.

Can I Quit Drinking on My Own?

Although many people report being able to quit drinking on their own, we do not recommend this, as alcohol dependence can produce deadly withdrawal symptoms. We provide medication-assisted treatment and therapy to help our patients kick the habit once and for all.

What Is the First Step in Treating Alcohol Use Disorder?

The first step is reaching out for help. Some people will require detoxification at an in-patient facility until the alcohol leaves their body. Others simply need therapy or medication to begin to beat the disease. Vertical Treatment Centers is not a detox center; we offer therapy and medication-assisted treatment options to help our patients live alcohol-free lives.

How Do I Know If I Have a Drinking Problem?

Alcohol addiction takes many forms, but the most common signs that your drinking has become problematic are:

  • a constant need to drink
  • a feeling of warmth, numbness, or tingling in the body after drinking
  • and the inability to control drinking, no matter what’s happening in your life

With that said, if you think you have a drinking problem, you probably do.

What Can I Do If I Or Someone I Know Has a Drinking Problem?

The first step is to admit that you or your loved one have a problem. The next step is to seek help. Vertical Treatment Centers in South Carolina will put you in touch with a specialist who will discuss the relevant issues with you without stigma or judgment. We will speak to you as a person, not as a patient, and our goal is to ensure you feel comfortable getting help from us.

Where are you located?

Visit our locations page to see all of our centers for substance abuse treatment.