Drug Abuse Services for Richland County

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Support Groups

(Palmetto Health Behavioral Care)
https://www.palmettohealth.org/medical-services/behavioral-care/addiction-recovery-center-(outpatient)
Office Name:Addiction Recovery Center
Address:223 Stoneridge Drive, Suite C
Columbia, SC 29210
Maps and Directions
Phone:803-296-2332
803-296-2416
888-724-7888 (Assessment Center - Toll-free)
803-434-4813 (Assessment Center)
Description:This is a substance abuse recovery program for licensed and non-licensed healthcare professionals. Its goal is to return healthy employees back to work. Services include medically supervised care, counseling/case management and random drug testing.


(MIRCI Mental Illness Recovery Center Inc.)
https://www.mirci.org/
Office Name:Friendship Center and Homebase
Address:3809 Rosewood Drive
Columbia, SC 29205
Maps and Directions
E-Mail:mail@mirci.org
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/MIRCISC
Phone:803-786-1844
Fax:803-754-7783
Description:Mental Illness Recovery Center, Inc. (MIRCI) is a nonprofit organization which provides community based services to individuals recovering from mental illness and/or severe emotional problems. Services offered include: counseling, housing and a program called Representative Payee to assist in managing disability benefits. The Friendship Center and Homebase, co-located at the Rosewood address, assist with counseling, peer support and housing programs.
Office Name:Homeless Recovery Center
Address:1433 Gregg Street
Columbia, SC 29240
Maps and Directions
Phone:803-799-0331
Description:This facility provides treatment to homeless individuals with mental illness and substance abuse issues. This innovative program provides intensive services needed for homeless individuals with mental illness and co-occurring substance abuse to recover meaningful lives while making the transition from homelessness to supported or independent living. The center is open every day, year-round to maximize access to services and provides a safe alternative to the streets for this vulnerable population.