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The South Carolina Drug Rehab state page provides the reader with a quick overview of issues relating to drug and alcohol addiction and SC drug rehab centers.
It should be noted that these pages are not intended as an academic reference. The data collected is from State and Federal sources.
In 2010, there were 27,802 people who entered drug and alcohol rehab in South Carolina. 68.3% were male and 31.7% were female.
In 2006, there were 104 drug and alcohol facilities in South Carolina.
In the most recent Survey, 7% of South Carolina residents reported using illicit drugs in the past month; the national average was 8.02%. Additionally, 3.09% of South Carolina residents reported using an illicit drug other than marijuana in the past month (the national average was 3.58%).
In 2010, the data indicates that marijuana is the most commonly cited drug among primary drug treatment admissions in South Carolina, surpassing primary treatment admissions for stimulants (including methamphetamine) and other opiates (including many prescription drugs).
There were 11,571 people admitted into treatment for alcohol in 2010 as the primary abused substance and an additional 5,034 people admitted for alcohol combined with a secondary drug.
Drug abuse is a national epidemic and the numbers are continuing to rise. Heroin is becoming the cheaper replacement for opiates as states continue to crack down on the “pill mills” making the cost of opiates too expensive.
As a direct consequence of drug use, 584 persons died in South Carolina in 2007. This is compared to the number of persons in South Carolina who died from motor vehicle accidents (1,062) and firearms (592) in the same year.
The number of meth lab seizure incidents in South Carolina increased 231% from 26 incidents in 2007 to 86 incidents in 2009, according to data from the El Paso Intelligence Center’s National Seizure System (EPIC-NSS).
The rate of drug-induced deaths in South Carolina exceeds the national average.
Counseling Services of Lancaster
Lancaster, SC 29720
New Life Center Commission on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Service
Hampton, SC 29924
Behavioral Health Services of Pickens County
Pickens, SC 29671
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