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Halfway Houses For Recovering Drug & Alcohol Addicts In South Carolina

After you have finished some type of long-term or short-term drug rehabilitation program in South Carolina, you should consider attending some type of halfway house in the state. If you feel you are not necessarily ready to go back to the world fully, or you do not have something to go back to, you should take the time to build a new life. During your stay at a halfway house, you can look for work, and most halfway houses will help you. You can also go back to school, continue with meetings and counseling, and build a network of sober friends. A halfway house in South Carolina is a transitional period, and it is not something that will be permanent. When you are staying at a halfway house, you will be paying rent each month, and the cost does vary and can either be expensive or inexpensive. Halfway houses will have rules you must follow, such as no drugs or alcohol, and most will have set a curfew and daily chores and responsibilities.

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South Carolina Addiction Services by Type of Drug

South Carolina Addiction Services by Type of Drug