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Moncks Corner, SC Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers

Treatment Center Directory.com is the premier destination for locating alcohol treatment, drug addiction rehab centers and detox programs in Moncks Corner, South Carolina. Our database of Moncks Corner treatment centers includes 2 centers, facilities and doctors.

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NameAddress / PlatformTreatment ProgramsInsuranceRegion
The Ernest E Kennedy Center Moncks Corner 306 Airport Drive Outpatient Medicaid / Private Moncks Corner
Berkeley Community Mental Health Center 403 Stony Landing Road Outpatient Medicaid / Private Moncks Corner
Advanced Diagnostics 1661 N Main St Inpatient N/A Summerville
The Ernest E Kennedy Center Goose Creek 96 Wisteria Road Outpatient Medicaid / Private Goose Creek
Ernest E Kennedy Center 96 Westeria Drive Outpatient Medicaid / Private Goose Creek
Dorchester Counseling Services 112 West 4Th North Street Suite B Outpatient Medicaid / Private Summerville
Palmer Prevention Inc 208 North Main Street Inpatient / Outpatient N/A Pembroke
Magdalene House of Charleston 1013 West Richardson Avenue Inpatient / Outpatient N/A Ladson
Ralph H Johnson VAMC Trident OP Clinic 9237 University Blvd Outpatient Private North Charleston
Ralph H Johnson VAMC Trident Specialty Care Clinic University Blvd. 9229 Bldg F Suite 2A Outpatient Private North Charleston

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ARK Behavioral Health

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