South Carolina State Resources

State Government Recovery Resources

These websites developed by state governments provide a variety of information on programs and services relating to substance abuse including education, screening and evaluation, treatment, prevention, intervention, outpatient, day treatment, detoxification, inpatients, residential and recovery resources.

Department of Mental Health (scdmh.net)

12 Step Programs

Alcoholics Anonymous (aa.org/pages/en_US/find-local-aa)
Find AA offices throughout the U.S. and Canada.

South Carolina Area Alcoholics Anonymous (area62.org)
To find meetings and info in specific parts of the state.

Alcoholics Anonymous Phone Numbers in South Carolina:
Aiken: (803) 648-1509
Bluffton: (888) 534-0192
Charleston: (843) 554-2998
Chester: (803) 385-6768
Columbia: (803) 254-5301
Florence: (843) 669-6345
Greenville: (864) 233-6454
Hilton Head Island: (888) 534-0192
Myrtle Beach: (843) 445-7119
North Augusta: (803) 279-1060
North Myrtle Beach: (843) 445-7119
Spartanburg: (864) 585-1930
Sumter: (803) 775-1852

Alcoholics Anonymous: 12-step Programs for the Deaf (www.rit.edu/ntid/saisd/national-directory)
Lists TTY equipped 12 Step offices available and other AA offices that rely on relay service for interaction with the Deaf by state

Narcotics Anonymous (na.org/?ID=phoneline)
Enter US and your state or area code, then click Search.

Cocaine Anonymous (ca.org/meetings/united-states)

Crystal Meth Anonymous (crystalmeth.org/component/sobipro/3185-southcarolina.html)

Heroin Anonymous (http://heroinanonymous.org/meetings/)
Enter US, state and city for a list of meetings

Marijuana Anonymous (marijuana-anonymous.org/find-a-meeting/)
Enter US, state and city for a list of meetings

Pills Anonymous (pillsanonymous.org/meetings/find-a-meeting/)
No meetings in South Carolina listed as of 8/14.

 


Updated June 17, 2019