South Carolina Rehabs
Along the coast of South Carolina can be found beautiful beaches with woods that go right up to the shore. South Carolina is also home to the historic city of Charleston and the Spring Break destination Myrtle Beach. Unfortunately, records show drug overdose deaths in the state have been increasing since 2009. In 2016 there were 876 drug overdose deaths, in 2017 there were 1001 drug overdose deaths, and in 2018 there were 1103. The majority of these overdose deaths were unintentional, with a small percentage including suicides. The most common category of drugs that caused an overdose death were prescription medicines, including Opioids. In 2018, Fentanyl caused 460 deaths, Heroin caused 168, and Cocaine caused 254. Abusing drugs can quickly lead to an unintentional overdose, especially if they’re mixed together. There are rehabs in South Carolina that can provide patients with treatment to overcome their drug or alcohol addiction. There is no need to suffer alone, treatment providers are available to help. Explore rehab options in South Carolina today.
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