Opioid Addiction Treatment Programs in South Carolina

If you’re looking for an opioid addiction treatment program in South Carolina, Vertical Treatment Centers is here for you.

Opioid Addiction Treatment Programs in South Carolina

Unlike most other opioid addiction treatment programs, such as methadone clinics and multi-step programs, we use a combination of mental health counseling and medication-assisted treatment to help patients overcome the barriers getting in the way of recovery.

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Drug Related Overdoses

every day in South Carolina

The Stats

Babies Born in SC

dependent on opioids in 2020

Deaths from overdose

in SC every day

The Stats

Drug Related Overdoses

Babies Born in SC

every day in South Carolina

dependent on opioids in 2020

Deaths from overdose

in SC every day

Over the past few years, South Carolina has seen an unprecedented increase in the number of opioid addiction treatment programs. In 2016, there were only a handful of opioid addiction treatment programs in South Carolina. This unprecedented increase in the number of opioid addiction treatment programs in South Carolina has had a profound impact on the state’s ability to treat the opioid addiction crisis.

Vertical Treatment Centers offers group therapy, 1-on-1 counseling, and suboxone treatment solutions. To get started, call us at (864) 351-5570 or visit us at one of our South Carolina locations. To get started, call us at (864) 991-8884 or visit us at one of our South Carolina locations.

What are Opioids?

  • Opioids are a group of drugs that include heroin, prescription painkillers, and synthetic opioids such as fentanyl. Prescription opioids are often used to manage pain after surgery, which is why many people become addicted to them.
  • These drugs often cause euphoria after use, resulting in a powerful rush of pleasure. However, this euphoria is short-lived and can lead to a powerful addiction that can be difficult to break.
  • Opioids have a high risk of overdose, particularly after a relapse. This is why it is important to seek help if you or a loved one is struggling with opioid addiction.

We’re Not a Detox Center

Vertical Treatment Centers is not a detox center and does not offer inpatient addiction management solutions. Our focus is on mental health, behavioral health, and if necessary, medication assisted treatment.

Suboxone Treatment in South Carolina

Vertical Treatment Centers offers Suboxone, a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone. These medications are FDA-approved for the treatment of opioid addiction. When used in combination, Suboxone reduces the risk of overdose and relapse. It is a safe and effective treatment for opioid addiction. Learn more about Suboxone treatment in South Carolina!
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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 OPIOID ADDICTION TREATMENT COUNSELING IN SOUTH CAROLINA

What services do you offer for opioid addiction treatment?

We don’t just offer Suboxone, we offer a full range of addiction treatment services including group therapy and 1-on-1 counseling.

Do you offer inpatient programs?

No, we do not offer inpatient services. We are not a detox center. We offer outpatient services geared specifically to people struggling with substance use disorders.

Do you accept insurance?

We don’t turn anyone away: we accept most commercial insurance plans, most Medicaid plans, and have a self pay option. We also offer alternative payment solutions for those who are uninsured.

Where are you located?

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