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LRADAC

LRADAC

Drug Rehab Center in Columbia, South Carolina

  • Substance Abuse
  • Opioid Addiction
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Drug Addiction
  • Alcoholism

LRADAC in Columbia, SC provides a comprehensive, high-quality drug rehab program tailored to each individual's needs, which includes medically supervised detox programs, multiple levels of care (inpatient/intensive outpatient treatment), intervention, aftercare support services, evidence-based approaches (CBT/psychotherapy), and private health insurance coverage (for those who qualify).

About LRADAC in South Carolina

LRADAC, nestled in the heart of Columbia, SC, specializes in offering comprehensive drug and alcohol treatment to teens, adults, and families. It stands out for its personalized care approach, ensuring that treatment is tailored to the individual's needs, with a strong emphasis on community-based preventive measures and in-depth treatment options ranging from outpatient to inpatient programs.

  • Personalized Care Approach: Every client receives treatment designed around their unique needs, enhancing the effectiveness of their recovery journey.
  • Wide Range of Services: From inpatient detoxification to specialized programs for teens and women, LRADAC offers diverse treatment options catering to different demographics.
  • Financial Accessibility: As a nonprofit organization, LRADAC provides addiction treatment services regardless of an individual's ability to pay, accepting most private insurances and Medicare for outpatient services.

LRADAC holds accreditation from the CARF, underscoring its commitment to maintaining high standards of care and effectiveness in addiction treatment. This commitment is further reflected in its broad spectrum of services, which includes medication-assisted recovery (MAR) and integrated therapies for clients battling substance abuse.

Focusing on a range of substance addiction issues including alcoholism, opioid addiction, and dual diagnosis situations, LRADAC employs a variety of treatment methods like detoxification, outpatient and inpatient rehab, and integrated therapies. This multifaceted approach ensures that clients receive comprehensive care tailored to their stage of recovery and personal circumstances.

Genders
  • Male
  • Female
  • Gender Exclusive Center
  • Ages
  • Children
  • Teenagers
  • Adults
  • Seniors (65+)
  • Modality
  • Individuals
  • Couples
  • Family
  • Groups
  • Additional
  • LGBTQ+ Allied
  • Hearing Impaired
  • Veteran Specific
  • LGBTQ+ Allied
  • Accreditations

    CARF

    The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) is a non-profit organization that specifically accredits rehab organizations. Founded in 1966, CARF's, mission is to help service providers like rehab facilities maintain high standards of care.

    Conditions and Issues Treated

    It’s not easy getting sober on one’s own, or even going to rehab and escaping the grasp of addiction by oneself. Substance abuse treatment gives addicts a place to stay sober while learning what it takes to quit for good. They will learn from others about what works and what doesn’t work with remaining drug-free.

    Treatment centers such as LRADAC focus on the needs of individual addicts to heal them. There is a combination of physical and mental therapies that treat the root cause of the addiction, whether it be family problems, stress, or past traumatic events.

    The final benefit of substance abuse treatment is introducing new people who can help in your recovery after you leave LRADAC. Through group therapy sessions with other addicts and attending support meetings once a day, a person will learn how to interact with others and cope with cravings. This is a chance for you to rebuild your social circle healthily after you leave treatment.

    Opioid addiction starts when a person becomes addicted to legal or illegal opioids. The addiction can happen quickly, in just a matter of days. Opioid withdrawal can be extremely uncomfortable and lead the user to continue to use even if they want to quit. Stopping using an opioid requires medical observation. Sometimes inpatient treatment with a medically supervised detox is necessary for managing the withdrawal process while learning lasting tools for maintaining recovery. Medications may be used in some cases of opioid addiction.

    Opioid addiction is one of South Carolina‘s most prominent forms of addiction. It’s treated by detoxifying the body so that the chemicals from the medications no longer impact them and by therapies to correct behavior and target the root of the problem.

    The most common co-occurring disorders are schizophrenia, depression, and bipolar disorder. Most rehab facilities in South Carolina provide patients with a dual diagnosis. Dual diagnosis gives rehab the means to treat addiction while restoring mental and emotional health. LRADAC‘s team of doctors, counselors, nurses, therapists and other medical staff will conduct a comprehensive assessment. They will determine the appropriate treatments for an individual patient to maximize their chances of recovery.

    Recovery is not simply about stopping drug use. Recovery is working with addiction while recovering mental health issues that are fueling the addiction in the first place.

    Levels of Care Offered

    This center offers a variety of custom treatment tailored to individual recovery. Currently available are Aftercare Support, Detox, Drug Rehab, Dual-Diagnosis, Inpatient, Intensive Outpatient, Intervention, Outpatient, with additional therapies available as listed below.

    Detox is the first step of rehab. It involves giving a person time to get the toxins out of their body. During detox, the patient gets ill and they will often start using again to get rid of these unpleasant feelings. That’s why it’s so important to have a Columbia medical professional at LRADAC present. A South Carolina medical professional will make sure patients don’t start using during detox. They will also provide medication to ease their symptoms and coach them through on a mental level.

    Individuals who are suffering from severe addiction or have a high risk for dangerous health concerns are often recommended to receive inpatient treatment.

    Choosing to enter an inpatient treatment program is beneficial for people who are suffering from severe addiction, or who have a high risk for dangerous health concerns.

    Inpatient treatment is beneficial for:

    • People who have a history of severe withdrawal.
    • People who have attempted to overcome addiction on their own without success.
    • People who have a history of relapse, or have recently relapsed.
    • People at risk for drug overdose or withdrawal-related complications.
    • People with medical conditions that are worsened by drug or alcohol use.

    Addicts who need help with their addiction can enroll in an intensive outpatient program (IOP). But the patient won’t live there during treatment.

    IOP involves patients visiting a medical office building regularly for therapy and other services while continuing to live their lives.

    IOP is a step up from drug or alcohol detox, but it’s still a phase of recovery, not the end goal. Patients in need of IOP have many options for rehab and treatment.

    Outpatient treatment is considered the lower intensity level of addiction treatment. It’s ideal for early phase addiction or lower intensity addictions. It may include weekly sessions instead of daily. It may include weekly sessions instead of daily. Peer group support, 12-step programs, and individual counseling may still be involved but at a lesser frequency than an intensive outpatient program. It is a good choice for someone who doesn’t need to go through a medically supervised detox and who has a supportive home environment. It requires motivation and dedication to commit to the program without constant monitoring.

    Not everyone dealing with addiction is prepared to engage in a recovery program. LRADAC‘s Intervention Programs can be beneficial for these individuals. The individual’s friends and family will call and set up an intervention in or near Columbia, SC, and at which a specialist will come and lead the discussion.

    Aftercare support should take place after outpatient treatment has ended. There are a few different types of aftercare support that patients can seek. These include 12 Step, Self-help groups (AA, NA), Therapeutic communities, Long-term, structured sober living arrangements, and Halfway houses (residential treatment centers).

    Therapies & Programs

    Individual therapy involves one-on-one sessions between the patient and therapist. It provides patients with a safe environment to openly discuss personal and sensitive issues with the therapist. They find the therapist as someone they can trust. Individual therapy aims to identify the core issues that would have led the patient to substance abuse and address them effectively. The therapist can develop patient-specific customized solutions through individual therapy, which aids speedier recovery.

    Couples therapy works with clients and significant others in a professional capacity to improve relationship dynamics. This can be helpful for addicts who are trying to marry the idea of recovery into their work, family, social lives – any aspect that has to do with relationships.

    Through counseling sessions, addicts will have an opportunity to talk about their addiction with professional partners. These partners can offer feedback and advice on how to get sober while keeping healthy relationships intact. A good couples therapist will help addicts understand their part in an unhealthy relationship dynamic or find ways to deal with anger or resentment from significant others outside of the home.

    Family therapy is a group problem-solving that aims to improve communication and relationships between the addict, their family, and sometimes friends. The main goal of family therapy for drug addiction is to create an environment where communication can occur without judgment, hostility, or blame. The therapist is with the family as they learn to communicate differently, especially with the addict when s/he is using. The family can learn to reduce their enabling behavior or rally together and support each other during tough times.

    An addict’s family can play a vital part in helping them to avoid relapse because they can spot the warning signs and help them get back on track before it becomes too much of a problem. Family therapy is one of the most effective ways to help addicts stay on the path to long-term sobriety. When a drug addict decides that they want to try and get sober, it takes the support of every person they love to succeed. It can be incredibly difficult for loved ones to watch an addict go through the pain and suffering of withdrawal, but by being there with them and supporting them, they can help to make sure that the addiction never returns.

    Groups typically involve meetings with other recovering addicts who can relate to one another’s experiences. They might meet in person or online and typically focus on the process of staying sober rather than overcoming a specific addiction.

    In these groups managed by LRADAC, addicts can build a sense of community and develop strong emotional connections with others who understand what they are going through. These beneficial relationships can help addicts overcome their cravings and prevent relapse at any point during the recovery process.

    In general, trauma therapy is a clinical process that helps individuals deal with mental stress often caused by traumatic events. The therapist helps the person identify, understand, and work through the problem. This is done with the help of talking about it in group or one-on-one counseling sessions. Therapists use relaxation, role-playing, art, and music to help the person open up about what is bothering them.

    There are many different types of trauma therapists, such as psychiatric nurses and counselors. Not everyone is a good candidate for this type of therapy; it is generally reserved for people who have recently experienced a traumatic event and struggle to get over it. It is often done for children, teenage victims of sexual assault, and war veterans.

    There is hope for people who are addicted to drugs and alcohol. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is the solution. CBT focuses on the underlying thoughts and behaviors that caused the addiction problem in the first place and may cause a relapse. This type of psychotherapy addresses negative feelings common in substance abuse disorders. It helps to change them by restructuring thought patterns. It’s about removing negative thoughts and providing long-term benefits while promoting self-awareness, self-control, and healthy ways to respond to negative thoughts. These sessions can be done by themselves or as part of combination therapy.

    Taking part in a 12-step program allows people to accept their addiction on their own terms. It divides the process into 12 steps and provides LRADAC [fields type=’wpwc pagename’] self-help without feeling rushed. <br>

    Adherents to Alcoholics Anonymous follow “The Big Book,” which contains sobriety guidelines and offers support from peers who have faced similar challenges. Many drug users seek help from Narcotics Anonymous or Pills Anonymous.

    Both NA and AA have 12 steps. They cover topics like admitting a problem, controlling the addiction, listening without judgment, making amends, and more.

    Contingency Management (CM) is an approach to addiction treatment that applies behavioral psychology to achieve abstinence or improved health outcomes. Contingency Management is intended as a supplement to counseling and other addiction treatment modalities to help patients remain engaged in the process of care.

    CM is based on the observation that recovering addicts are more likely to remain abstinent and improve their health outcomes when rewarded for not using drugs or engaging in other rewarding activities.

    CM is effective for treating opioid, alcohol, and nicotine dependence.

    Payment Options Accepted

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  • Self-Pay / Cash
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Military Insurance
  • IHS/Tribunal/Urban
  • State-Financed
  • Sliding Scale
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    Additional Details

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    LRADAC Location and Directions
    Address Information2711 Colonial Drive
    Columbia, South Carolina 29203 Phone Number(803) 726-9300 Meta DetailsUpdated April 15, 2024
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    Columbia, South Carolina Addiction Information

    More than 610,000 of South Carolina residents, or a staggering 11.9% of the state population, uses illicit drugs and another 230,000 residents abuse alcohol every year. A majority of the illegal drugs used and abused are opioids. Marijuana use and underage drinking occur amongst the young residents of this state–though at a lower rate compared to the national average.

    In Columbia, South Carolina, drug addiction is a major issue. An estimated 9.4 percent of people in Columbia abuse drugs. Additionally, Columbia has a higher rate of overdose deaths than the national average. The most commonly abused drugs are cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin, and prescription opioids. There are a variety of drug rehab centers in Columbia, South Carolina. The most common types of treatment are inpatient and outpatient.

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