Teen Challenge of South CarolinaP.O. Box 1437
Georgetown, SC 29442 show details » hide details »
South Carolina has many residents who are unemployed, poor, or homeless and who also struggle with the physical, psychological, financial, and emotional costs of addiction. For many of these people, the idea of enrolling into a full addiction treatment and recovery program might seem like an impossibility due to the associated cost of recovery.
If you are in such a position, you might try to overcome your addiction through quitting cold turkey. Alternatively, you may opt to use a home detoxification regimen or any other recovery program that is not based on scientific evidence.
This is a danger both to yourself and to others around you. It could, for instance, increase your risk of suffering adverse and sometimes fatal and dangerous withdrawal symptoms. On the other hand, you might relapse and end up suffering a fatal drug overdose episode.
A better alternative would be to seek out other alternatives that can ensure you achieve full recovery without having to worry about your financial ability to pay for addiction treatment, including but not limited to:
You can find rehab programs in South Carolina that provide their services free of charge for some of their patients. These programs can help you achieve full sobriety without asking you to pay for the treatment that you will receive. They can also offer you with the medically managed detoxification, inpatient, and outpatient treatment services that you need but do so free of charge.
The second option would be to check into any of the state-run drug rehabs in South Carolina that receive federal and state funding. These programs are designed to help local residents who have to overcome their addictions but cannot afford the cost of treatment.
To qualify for one of these program, you need to provide proof of your identity and your financial need. In case you earn an income, however, you might be asked to take care of part of the cost of your treatment - although this will still be lower than what you would have paid in another facility.
Last but not least, you can find faith-based groups in South Carolina that provide recovery services to local residents in need. Such groups include the Salvation Army that has rehabilitation and treatment programs for adults as well as the Harbor Light group that offers detox and inpatient treatment services for addicts. These options are ideal if you require help with your addiction in South Carolina but cannot afford the cost of recovery.
We can help you find the right treatment facility that best fits your overall needs and financial requirements.Call 1-877-814-3418
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