About Treatment Center
Located in Lancaster, South Carolina, Rebound Addiction Center offers treatment for Addiction, Alcohol Abuse and Drug Abuse. Our dedicated team of addiction specialists have one main goal in mind – to help addicts beat the cycle of addiction once and for all. Our treatment approaches, which include Dialectical behavioral therapy and Family Based Treatment are available to Adults. Beginning with an intake assessment, our addiction specialists are able to determine the best course of action when creating the patients’ customized treatment plan. We believe that anyone can recover, no matter how severe their addiction is.We have Intensive outpatient treatment and Short-term residential treatment options that are invaluable to the patients’ recovery process. With the right treatment plan in place, our patients can achieve anything that they set their mind to. We truly care about the success of our patients, both in recovery and in every aspect of their lives. We accept Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield and Cigna as well as many other insurances. We aim to show addicts how to live the life that they deserve without being constrained by addiction. Despite where an addict is in their addiction, it’s not too late to change. We understand that change can seem like a very scary thing, especially for a newly recovering addict. The changes that they will make here at Rebound Addiction Center may just be the very changes that will save their lives.
- License No.: 031-650
- State: Georgia
Rehab Center Details
- Detox Program
- Residential Inpatient
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
- Intensive outpatient treatment
- Short-term residential
American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Medicare, Visa.
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Health Choice
- Magellan Behavioral Health
- Most Out-of-Network
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I drove to the PHP program for 5 weeks, as I lived close. My experience with the doctors was less than satisfactory, but that had a lot to do with the fact that I left at 4 pm while others were boarded at the facility and the doctors could see them at any time. Also, I was 8 months pregnant, which severely limited any medications I could take. The group therapies were interactive and very helpful. Therapists reacted appropriately to people that were trying to only draw attention to themselves and act as perpetual victims to gain sympathy from others and divert the therapy from "group" to "individual" therapy. The therapists were very helpful and understanding. Many of us had an issue with one in particular, but she changed her tune when many of us complained about her attitude. Everyone was very caring and understanding. I have, and will continue, to recommend this facility.
Emma Higginbotham, 3 months ago
I'VE BEEN TO ALOT OF PLACES ,,,,AN THIS PLACE,,,,RATES TOP,,,WITH ME,,, BECAUSE, ,,,EVEN AFTER MY STROM,,, THEY MADE ME FEEL HOPEFUL,,,,,,BY THRUSTING,, TALKING,, AN DEALING WITH ME AND OTHERS LIKE WE ALL WERE HUMAN,,,GOD BLESS REBOUND,,,,
Jessica Jackson, 6 months ago
There ain't no other place like this place. It has real good counselors in it, the best I've ever seen. They really truly helped me. My advice is for people to come here before they go anywhere else. The nurses and the counselors are the best I've ever seen.
Larry Steele, 6 months ago
My wife spent two weeks in their PHP program. She was able to stay on site and that made it easier on the commute since we live an hour or so away. She received a lot of help through the group sessions and activities. These were 5 star rated for sure. The food was not all that great, and the medication management/staff was at times not totally professional. With all that said I do feel she received what she needed from the program there. She went in for mental health issues not substance abuse, but they do treat both. I would highly recommend them if you have a loved one who needs a step down from a hospitalization or just a program to address needs to prevent a hospitalization. For the PHP they really worked with her gaining the ability to return to a normal productive life. I am truly thankful for their work.
Chip Norman, 7 months ago
Rebound is a wonderful and safe facility with caring staff. I chose rebound because of their unique and one of kind program, PHP - Partial Hospitalization Program, which features an option to board. I was unable to find any other facility with this option for substance abuse treatment that specifically offered in-patient treatment other than a detox unit. The PHP program is wonderful they focus on the whole vs. the one (addiction, clinical, and mental health). I would highly recommend this program and facility to anyone with similar issues!
Steve, 8 months ago
Behavioral health Unit for adolescents. Too much focus on money and Insurance coverage. Short term facility. Good food. Not so helpful staff.
Philippe Dekyvere, 10 months ago
I have mixed emotions about this place. I was suffering from a nervous breakdown and checked myself into the facility. On one hand, I received excellent group therapy and individualized therapy sessions that enabled me to see that I am a priority. Some of the staff was warm and nurturing. Yes, you do spend a lot of time in the day room, but you are also free to go to various activities as well. I was in with a great group of people and we got along and helped each other amazingly well, but that was it, we helped each other more than the nursing staff. We saw people come in and not be seen for hours that were in the middle of a crisis, ready to give up on life, just crying for help. They were just left to cry in their rooms until the Dr. came in the next morning. I spoke to one lady more than the staff. She hugged and thanked me as she checked herself out within hours. I still hope she is ok. There was one horrible staff member that stayed on his phone the entire time and ignored us and the "potentially violent" patient he was supposed to be monitoring. He even left the facility for 20 minutes without passing that patient onto someone else to monitor (this guy was throwing chairs, etc). He was extremely rude and disrespectful, making comments to the fact that I was crazy (not what I needed to be told). I filed a complaint, but given the amount of concern, I doubt anything was ever done about it. On the flip-side, there were two male nurses that were so wonderful to be around. They treated me like the fragile person I was at the time. As for the insurance, they work with you on the billing, but I was told my outpatient therapy sessions would be covered 100%. I only agreed to attend after they told me this, but now I am receiving a bill for those sessions, over a year 1/2 later. I am working through this with them. I am thankful that I was able to work through my personal issues. I just wish that there was more compassion and less disregard for the state that people are in when they come there for help.
Sarah Ott, 11 months ago