Richland County

Walk-in times:

Monday – Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. 

Lexington County

Walk-in times:

Monday – Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

What to Expect

Initial appointment may include an intake, assessment, drug screen, and meeting with a counselor.

What to Bring

  • Photo ID
  • Social Security card
  • Official printout of current medications
  • Any referral information
  • Insurance or Medicaid card

What to Expect

Clinical staff will orient you with the Alcohol and Drug Safety Action Program. You will be provided with a packet of information with questions and answers about ADSAP and tips to successfully complete the program.  Administrative staff will then discuss several forms that address policies, procedures, and financial responsibilities with you. An ADSAP clinical counselor will then conduct an assessment to determine the focus of services and the level of care that will best meet your needs.

What to Bring

  • 10 year driver’s record dated within 30 days of enrollment
  • Identification Card (ex: picture id)
  • Proof of residency (ex: bills or statements that will show current address)
  • Social Security Card or an item with social security number
  • Minimum Payment of $500 (cash, money order, check or debit/credit card)

During orientation, the parent/legal guardian and the child will receive general information about the adolescent services division and will be presented the basic paperwork needed to begin the assessment process.  A counselor will then meet with the clients for an assessment and drug screen.  Based on the assessment, staff will determine what programs (if any) are needed.

What to Bring

  • Copy of your child’s immunization record
  • Insurance or Medicaid card
  • Social Security Card
  • Photo ID