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William Jennings Bryan Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Center

William Jennings Bryan Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Center
is a Heroin Detox Center located in Columbia, SC.

6439 Garners Ferry Road
Columbia, SC , 29209

(803) 776-4000

Primary Focus of the Treatment Center

General Health Treatment

Type of Treatment

Heroin Treatment Center

Opiate Detoxification Center

Offers Buprenorphine maintenance

Offers Buprenorphine maintenance for predetermined time

Offers Buprenorphine detox

Utilizes relapse prevention through the use of Medication Assistance

Offers Buprenorphine used in treatment

Offers Pill Form of Naltrexone

Offers Injectable Naltrexone (Vivitrol)

Medication Assisted Treatment offered

Offers Acamprosate(Campral)

Offers Antabuse(Disulfiram) Therapy

Medications prescribed for psychiatric disorders

Addiction Treatment Approaches

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)

Dialectical behavioral therapy

Addiction treatment counseling therapy

12-Step based treatment approach

Brief intervention approach

Motivational interviewing

Counseling for anger management

Martix Model

Relapse prevention planning

Treatment Facility Smoking Policy

Smoking is allowed in certain areas

Treatment Service Setting

Outpatient opiate addiction treatment services

Outpatient opiate detox services

Outpatient medically assisted treatment services (e.g. methadone, buprenorphine or naltrexone)

Intensive outpatient (IOP) addiction treatment services

General outpatient addiction treatment services

General Hospital (including VA hospitals)

Treatment Facility Operation

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs


The Joint Commission

Payment & Insurance Policy

Accepts medicaid

Accepts medicare

Accepts private health insurance plans (call center for specific plans accepted)

Accepts military insurance (such as Tricare)

Funded through the government

Special Addiction Treatment Programs

Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) clients


Active duty military

Seniors or older adults

Pregnant/postpartum women

Adult women

Adult men

Persons with HIV or AIDS

Persons who have experienced trauma

Persons who have experienced sexual abuse

Persons who have experienced intimate partner violence, domestic violence

Transitional age young adults

Other Treatment Services

Nicotine cessation treatment

Offers detox for alcohol

Detox for benzodiazepines

Offers detox for cocaine

Offers detox for methamphetamines

Offers detox for heroin

Offers individual counseling

Offers group counseling

Offers counseling for families

Offers couples counseling

Continuing care or aftercare

Assistance with obtaining social services

Breath analyzer or blood alcohol testing

Full mental health assessments

Full substance abuse assessment

Drug and alcohol testing

Aftercare planning

Support for domestic violence cases

Career counseling and employment training

Education for general health issues

HIV testing

Interim services for clients

Mental health services provided

Addiction education

Hepatits B Testing

Hepatits C Testing

Self-help support groups

Mental health disorder assessments

Substance buse assessments

Social skills development

Screening for STDs and testing for STIs

Assistance for transportation

Hepatitis education, counseling, or support

Tuberculosis (TB) Screening/testing

Provides case management

Offers housing services

Nicotine replacement treatment

Peer support group and services

Nicotine use testing

Nicotine cessation therapy

Ages Accepted

Young adults ages 18 to 35

Genders Accepted



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