South Carolina Addiction Treatment
Waypoint Recovery’s Philosophy
Recovery is a Journey. Everyone’s path is unique. Each person must face challenges in life and harness their strengths in order to grow.
Waypoint Recovery provides services for adults with substance use disorders as their primary diagnosis. We help individuals and families recover from the damaging effects of drugs and alcohol. Waypoint provides you with the tools to overcome challenges in collaboration with your family and other support systems.
At Waypoint Recovery Center, our fundamental principles and practices are built on the disease concept of addiction. Addiction should be treated as a chronic disease, not an acute episode. We understand that substance use disorders can disrupt a person’s life and the lives of their loved ones. We’re here to help you and your family understand more fully how to manage, gain support for, and adequately treat addiction. We believe the first step is to instill hope for change – inspiration that a new way of living is possible.
Our Treatment Services
Medical Detox Program (Detoxification)
Upon entering Waypoint Recovery Center, each client undergoes a medical exam that provides a detailed look at the person’s usage history. In many cases, detox will be recommended before entering the main recovery program as a way to help rid the body of toxic substances.
Our structured, comprehensive program includes daily process group meetings with 12-step facilitation; education about recovery skills, relapse prevention, and various psychoeducational topics; individual therapy; development of living sober recreational skills; and involvement with the local AA and NA community; and 24/7 nursing coverage.
499 Wild Hearts Rd
Cameron, SC 29030
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Intensive Outpatient Program
Our most comprehensive program, Waypoint IOP offers flexible resources to support a changed lifestyle, fully independent from substance use.
Much of work done in the IOP is accomplished in group settings. These groups may include:
- Process groups: In a process group several people meet together with a therapist to share their struggles and concerns. Process groups can help individuals learn more about themselves and about the ways in which they interact with others. The group setting allows for the development of mutual support and understanding.
- Education groups: An education group tends to be less focused on interpersonal relationships and more focused on learning. A trained therapist shares information and ideas that can help the members of the group develop good coping skills and the ability to set, pursue, and meet goals that support sobriety.
- Skills building groups: In a skill-building group, members learn and practice skills that will serve them well in their day-to-day lives and help them lessen the likelihood of a relapse. Being able to skillfully manage the stresses of everyday life is an essential part of successfully maintaining sobriety over the long term.
All clients enrolled in this service are asked to invite their chosen family to Multiple Family Group Therapy (MFGT).
Addiction impacts the stability of the home, the family’s unity, mental health, physical health, finances, and overall family dynamics.
At Waypoint Recovery Center, we strive to address and engage the whole family system to optimize success for every individual. Addiction is a disease that impacts all members of a family. Treatment is just the first step in the healing process. Waypoint will be the starting point for that healing process.
Continuing Care / Recovery Management
Continuing Care/Recovery Management focuses primarily on relapse prevention and the maintenance of a comprehensive recovery program, not just abstinence. These services are available to clients who have completed Waypoint’s residential treatment program or the intensive outpatient program (IOP).
At Waypoint Recovery Center, we are wholly focused on supporting those who need help reclaiming and maintaining their sobriety. We pride ourselves on offering continuing care that is free from judgment and grounded in compassion and expertise.
The completion of your program at Waypoint Recovery Center is a marker of time and not a signal that you are “cured” from addiction.
The Alumni Coordinator is available seven days a week to anyone who has completed the residential or outpatient programs. For help finding meetings, sponsors, 12th Step facilitation, fellow alumni, general recovery questions, or just someone to talk to who has “been there,” the Alumni Coordinator is here to assist.