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South Carolina Detoxification & Rehabs for PCP (Phencyclidine) Addiction

The effects of PCP can occur quite quickly, but this will depend on the amount of the drug taken and the route it is used. When the drug is smoked, for example, the effects can happen within a few minutes. PCP or phencyclidine is sold as a white powder, and this powder can be mixed with marijuana, or it can be made into a liquid that a cigarette can be dipped into. The effects of PCP can lead to serious problems, as the drug has been known to create a dangerous irrationality, which can lead to violent behavior. Anyone struggling with a PCP addiction in South Carolina should reach out to local treatment resources, such as residential or outpatient treatment programs. PCP detox in South Carolina should be done with a qualified professional, as the detox process can be difficult to go through for some addicts. Most PCP users will be abusing other drugs, and this can include stimulants, alcohol, or some type of benzodiazepine.

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South Carolina Addiction Services by Type of Drug

South Carolina Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Here is a list of the different detox & treatment centers for PCP abuse in South Carolina. The list can be incomplete, so please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

List of Detox Centers & Programs for PCP Addiction in South Carolina