• LSD use reached its highest peak during the 1960s and '70s, where it was typically used by those in the "hippie" youth culture during that time.
  • Research indicates that drug rehab for drug addicted offenders during and after incarceration can have a significant impact on future drug use, criminal behavior, and social functioning.
  • Methadone withdrawal can be even more severe than morphine or heroin withdrawal and can last for several weeks or more.
  • Use of cocaine increases body temperature, blood pressure, and heart rate.


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Easley, SC. - DUI/DWI Offenders

Drinking and driving, or driving while under the influence are severe offenses not to be taken lightly. While each state has its own way of dealing with DUI/DWI offenders, there are some generalities that can be expected. Depending on the severity of the driver's intoxication and how strict the state laws are, they may have to serve time in jail for their offense. Once this is accomplished they will probably have further retribution to do in order to drive a vehicle again. Many states require the person to undergo counseling and/or therapy to aid in their recovery process. Typically these counseling sessions are held in a group setting by either a substance abuse counselor or a member of Alcoholics Anonymous. The state will define a set number of counseling hours that the DUI/DWI offender will need to attend.

  • Anderson Oconee Counties
    21.4 miles from Easley, South Carolina
    Anderson Oconee Counties is a Drug Recovery Program that is located at:

    226 McGee Road
    Anderson, SC. 29625

    If you would like to contact Anderson Oconee Counties, you can reach them at 864-260-4168.

    Anderson Oconee Counties offers the following treatment services: Substance Abuse Treatment Services, Outpatient, Adolescents, Persons With Co-Occurring Mental And Substance Abuse Disorders, Pregnant/Postpartum Women, Women, Men, Dui/Dwi Offenders, Spanish
    Payment forms accepted: Self Payment, Medicaid, State Financed Insurance (Other Than Medicaid), Private Health Insurance