About Treatment Center

Aurora Pavilion Behavioral Health is located in Aiken, South Carolina.

Payment Methods

  • American Express
  • Cash or self-payment
  • Check
  • Mastercard
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Visa

Accepted Insurances

  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Most Insurances

Specialties

  • Addiction
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Drug Abuse
  • Drug Addiction
  • Intervention center
  • Medical Detox
  • Substance Abuse

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Google Reviews

I was there for two weeks around September of 2014 due to drug abuse and an attempted suicide. The food was good, the patients I was stuck with were mostly chill, the rooms were okay (except the bathrooms; not only do they not have shower curtains, but I had to use it one night and found a s***-covered towel behind the toilet), but the nurses and the doctors, not so much (Only have a 5-minute session every morning and that's it). Nurse Leslie (I don’t know if she still works there at this point in time, but), I’m onto her for not only snatching a paper I wrote some notes down to use for my meeting with my parents like she didn’t want them to know or see s*** that goes on within the facility's walls, but for sending me to the Palmetto Pee Dee Behavioral Health Center in Florence for the next three months (aka “The Worst 90 Days of My Life”) and lying to my mother that “it is a wonderful place, it's kinda like a small college, and that he’ll like it.”

Stevie von James, 1 month ago

I was there for two weeks around September of 2014 due to drug abuse and an attempted suicide. The food was good, the patients I was stuck with were mostly chill, the rooms were okay (except the bathrooms; not only do they not have shower curtains, but I had to use it one night and found a s***-covered towel behind the toilet), but the nurses and the doctors, not so much (Only have a 5-minute session every morning and that's it). Nurse Leslie (I don’t know if she still works there at this point in time, but), I’m onto you for not only snatching a paper I wrote some notes down to use for my meeting with my parents like you didn’t want them to know or see s*** that goes on within the facility's walls, but for sending me to the Palmetto Pee Dee Behavioral Health Center in Florence for the next three months (aka “The Worst 90 Days of My Life”) and lying to my mother that “it is a wonderful place, it's kinda like a small college, and that he’ll like it.”

Stevie von James, 5 months ago

I was there for two weeks around September of 2014 due to drug abuse and an attempted suicide. The food was good, the patients I was stuck with were mostly chill, the rooms were okay (except the bathrooms; had to use it one night and found a s***-covered towel behind the toilet), but the nurses and the doctors, not so much (Only have a 5-minute session every morning and that's it). Nurse Leslie (I don’t know if she still works there at this point in time, but), I’m onto you for not only snatching a paper I wrote some notes down to use for my meeting with my parents like you didn’t want them to know or see s*** that goes on within the facility's walls, but for sending me to the Palmetto Pee Dee Behavioral Health Center in Florence for the next three months (aka “The Worst 90 Days of My Life”) and lying to my mother that “it is a wonderful place, it's kinda like a small college, and that he’ll like it.”

Stevie von James, 5 months ago

I'm 17 and stayed for a week because I was suicidal. The food was good but you get basically no privacy and one of the nurses just absolutely hated everyone, it seemed like if she could control it she would do everything possible to make us miserable. Except for her the whole experience was pretty decent, made a few temporary friends and had decent time.

Jimmy nutrin, 6 months ago

I went here for a week to get help and I think that my results were amazing I just got back today. The nurses were so nice food was amazing.

Olivia Kennedy, 8 months ago

I was placed in Aurora in 2013 and it was a good decision that was made on my behalf by my mother all I can say is thank you

Dana Solomon, 1 year ago

I hated everybody the first time my daughter was there. I felt nobody was listening to me. I said what I saw and they didn't listen. The second time wasn't much better, I felt she was manipulating all of them. But now I understand they have steps and I wanted step 5 when they were still on step 2. So when I took control instead of act like the injured parent, things changed for the better. They are there for her welfare, not mine. As a team we work better.

Julia Phillips, 1 year ago

First off, let me say that after reading all of the reviews, some are just absurd. Nobody can be forced to have ECT,, I had it, and it was strictly my decision. There maybe some staff that are not as compassionate as others, but all of them are kind, dedicated and truly put the patient first. Please, please do not believe these bad reviews, some of these people may have felt or perceived things in a certain manner . Each is entitled to their own opinion. As far as I am concerned all my nurses, techs and staff as a whole on unit 2 are amazing, they treated everyone with respect, and as a person. I literally owe my life to this facility. I only hope someday I can have the opportunity to go back and help others that are in my previous situation. To every person from housekeeping to Dr. Deleon (hopefully I spelled her name correctly), all I can say is, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, for helping this crazy junkie getting his life back. God bless you all.

Wayne McGlone, 1 year ago

2-3 years ago I was there for almost 2 weeks and got some help. Learned what I needed to do and I'm starting my new and improved path now.

Rose& Shane, 1 year ago

They really helped me. Shout out to my doc Stacey betaine. It's a good place.my doc was great.thanks

Tammy Moore, 2 years ago

Facility Information

Address:   655 Medical Park Drive, Aiken, South Carolina 29801
Website:   www.aikenregional.com
Phone:   (803) 641-5900


At Aurora Pavilion Behavioral Health, located in scenic Aiken, South Carolina, individualized addiction treatment programs are aimed at fitting the specific requirements of the patient. With unique treatment plans that are tailor-made to suit the individual, addicts will have every opportunity to overcome their addiction.

Just before the patient begins treatment at Aurora Pavilion Behavioral Health, a comprehensive patient assessment will be conducted in order to determine which treatment method will work best. No matter what age group the individual belongs to, treatment is available to those of all ages . In order to obtain a life that is free of addiction, the addict has to be in the mindset of ‘recovery’. This means that the idea of sobriety is already planted in the individual’s mind and therefore will want to work toward achieving that goal.

The dedicated staff members at Aurora Pavilion Behavioral Health are committed to the recovery of the patient and will do everything in their power to help them throughout this trying time. Reaching personal life goals is possible but it requires the addict to kick the habit of abusing drugs and alcohol in order to obtain them. This is exactly why facilities for addiction treatment exist.

There is no reason that treatment shouldn’t begin today, so contact Aurora Pavilion Behavioral Health and discuss the various treatment options today. Breaking the cycle of addiction is difficult which is why treatment facilities are here to help. Typically speaking, addicts fail when it comes to seeking treatment on their own as not all facilities out there are as reputable as others. At Aurora Pavilion Behavioral Health, the staff is dedicated to helping their patients succeed in recovery. It’s never too late to seek help and assistance with drug or alcohol addiction.

Aurora Pavilion Behavioral Health strives to show addicts that there is a life outside of addiction and through treatment; Addicts will be able to take control of their lives. Patients are also urged to attend relapse prevention programs even after treatment is completed in order to mitigate the chances of relapse in the future.

The time to get help for addiction is now. Contact Aurora Pavilion Behavioral Health today at www.Aikenregional.Com and learn how treatment can change life around for the better.