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Morris Village Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment Center

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Morris Village provides evaluation, medical stabilization, detoxification and inpatient treatment services.

Specialized treatment services are available to men and women as well as treatment services for those patients with acute and chronic co-occurring disorders (both substance dependence and mental illness). The program serves adults 18 years old and over. All programs are structured around four (4) multi-disciplinary treatment teams that provide treatment services in an environment applicable to the specific needs of program participants.

The teams are comprised of medical, nursing, clinical, and activity therapy staff who are responsible for treatment planning and on-going assessment and evaluation of patients.  Each patient is assigned a case manager who coordinates all treatment and referral activity. Treatment is based on the individual needs of each person served.

Morris Village recognizes and highly values the principles of the 12-STEP recovery model and seeks to incorporate these concepts into the treatment process. Community representatives from the recovering community lead various 12-STEP meetings for our patient population.

Therapeutic services provided at Morris Village include group therapy, individual therapy, recovery dynamics/patient educational classes, family education/counseling, activity therapy, vocational rehabilitation, and big book (AA) study. Morris Village also recognizes and highly values the power of group therapy as one of the most effective ways to work with patients suffering from addiction. Psychiatric and/or psychological assessments are provided based on individual need.

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Morris Village is licensed by the SC Department of Health and Environmental Control, and accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) since 1992.



Patients are admitted from throughout the State by referrals from community mental health centers and community drug and alcohol commissions. More


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PHONE: (803) 935-7100

ADDRESS: 610 Faison Drive, Columbia, SC 29203

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