Reach Out to Coastal Wellness in Myrtle Beach, SC

If you’re struggling with a dependence on medication, find help at Coastal Wellness in Pawleys Island, SC. Serving the Myrtle Beach area, we offer a variety of addiction management services and addiction treatment options that will help your regain your highest level function and well-being.

If you have any questions or concerns about any of our services, please feel free to fill out the information below and a member of our staff will get in contact with you as soon as possible. Thank you!

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    A: Addiction, clinically referred to as a substance use disorder, is a complex disease of the brain and body that involves the compulsive use of one or more substances despite serious consequences.
    A: There are two primary types of rehab centers available to those seeking recovery from heroin and opiate addiction: residential and outpatient. Depending on the level of care needed, individuals can choose an inpatient program that provides personal care 24 hours a day within a facility; or opt for an outpatient program like ours that allows them to fulfill personal and professional obligations while in treatment. Outpatient treatment is typically an option for those with less severe or shorter-term addictions and recovery programming varies.
    A: The cost of treatment for opiate addiction is covered by most insurance. Options to pay for treatment include insurance and self-pay. Please contact our office for specific insurance coverages.
    A: This depends on how much progress you make during your treatment. Some patients can detox in a month. Others can wean to a chronic maintenance dose to maintain sobriety.
    A: Yes, you may bring your cell phone, computers, tablets, and other small electronic devices to be used during non-programming hours.
    A: Yes, you can leave rehab at any time. However, early discharge against medical advice is not recommended, as it can set back your recovery and increase the likelihood of using opiates again. Recovery is a process. It is normal to feel anxious or overwhelmed in a new office, but once a person has sought out treatment, successfully gone through withdrawal and is working toward regaining control of their life, leaving early can interrupt that progress and disrupt recovery efforts.
    A: As treatment within Coastal Wellness continues, individuals will are required to receive counseling once a week and provide proof of this. We do not have counselors on site, but we can refer you to counseling programs in the area.
    A: It’s common for a person to relapse following drug addiction treatment. In fact, relapse rates resemble those of other chronic diseases such as asthma, diabetes, and hypertension. It may happen, but it should not be viewed as a failure. Relapse is an opportunity to reassess your path and find the support needed to get clean once again and maintain sobriety.