Withdrawal Management include medically monitored and clinically managed treatment for adults who are withdrawing from alcohol or other drugs.
Transitional Care offers 24-hour medically monitored treatment services to adults who require continuous therapeutic care in recovery from chemical dependency.
New Life Program provides medically monitored care for pregnant and parenting women who are chemically dependent. Women can bring up to two children (newborn to five years of age) who will be cared for through our Therapeutic Behavioral Services program while mothers are in clinical sessions.
Therapeutic Behavioral Services is a child development program designed to meet the needs of children who may have developmental delays due to the alcohol and drug use of their parents.
Outpatient Services is provided in a variety of confidential, comfortable, and convenient formats. Individual and group counseling is available including evening sessions to accommodate patients who work or go to school. Intensity, frequency and type of groups are individualized to patients based on assessments and progress through treatment.
Special programs are available for adolescents and women. Intervention and education programs are available to adults and adolescents who are not yet addicted but are beginning to experience problems.
Family counseling is also available.
Opiate addiction (heroin, prescription pain medicine, etc.) is one of the most difficult physical addictions and requires medication maintenance during treatment.
Charleston Center's Opioid Treatment Program offers Methadone and Suboxone medication replacement therapy combined with clinical counseling services.
Charleston Center's CLIA certified Urine Drug Screen lab offers a wide selection of tests including THC, Cocaine, Benzodiazepine, Amphetamine, Methadone Barbiturate, and Opiates, along with adulterates (PH, and specific gravity).
Charleston Center's Prevention department works with schools, coalition and community organizations to provide alcohol and drug education, and risk reduction activities.
Prevention programs include Palmetto Retailers Education Program (PREP), Tobacco Education Program (TEP) and All Stars curriculum.
Speakers for community and school events are available at no charge.
This program offers education and treatment services required for persons who must successfully complete ADSAP due to a DUAC/ DUI/BUI conviction, or who have had their drivers licensed suspended due to the ALR or Zero Tolerance Laws.
For information on ADSAP services, please call
Para obtener informacion sobre los servicios ADSAP, por favor llame al (843)958-3445.
Recognizing the need for addiction treatment services within the Charleston County Detention Center, the Persons Incarcerated Entering Recovery (PIER) program was developed in 1996 as a joint effort between the Detention Center, Bond Court, and Charleston Center with funding largely provided by the Charleston County Sherriff's Office and Charleston County Council.
PIER's mission is to provide evidenced-based alcohol and other drug treatment to inmates of the Charleston County Detention Center. The program includes a 64-bed male treatment unit solely dedicated to addressing the needs of people suffering with addiction to alcohol and/or other drugs. Services for female inmates are also available.
Although it may vary by individual, patients will be involved in treatment for an average of 12 weeks. Follow-up outpatient treatment services are available at Charleston Center at no additional cost.
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