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LRADAC continues to monitor and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic by adhering to the most current safety recommendations provided by the CDC and DHEC. Beginning Monday, April 12th, the Assessment Center will begin accepting walk-in patients only. All ADSAP patients, please continue to call 803-726-9300, Monday through Thursday, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Alcohol and drugs impact many people in different ways.  We know that your needs are unique and that is why our treatment programs are designed to meet you where you are.  Together, we will develop a plan that is best for you.

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testimonial-1My counselor was awesome.  Since leaving treatment, I am going back to school, working as much as I can, and doing really great.

testimonial-3It was a good thing to know other that people are struggling with some of the same things and they know what you are going through.

testimonial-2I was going through a really rough time.  Outpatient treatment helped me manage my situation while staying substance-free.