LRADAC

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Prevention Programs

Prevention Programs

We’re working within Richland and Lexington counties to prevent substance misuse and its impact on our community. Below, you can find information about many of our prevention strategies and access literature about substance misuse and related issues.

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Methamphetamine Use Signs and Symptoms of

Methamphetamine Use Signs and Symptoms of

Methamphetamine, or “Meth,” is an illegal stimulant drug in the same class as cocaine and other street drugs.

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Treatment Services

Treatment Services

Your needs are unique and that is why our treatment programs are designed to meet you where you are. Together, we will develop a plan that best fits your needs. To help better serve you, please let us know in advance if you require accommodations. Select a category below to learn more.

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Improving lives, improving communities

Alcohol and drugs impact many people in different ways. We know that your needs are unique and that is why our treatment programs are designed to meet you where you are. Together, we will develop a plan that is best for you.

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Latest News

LRADAC’s Prevention Department Presents Youth Leadership Summit in Lexington Feb 6-7
Jan 31 2023

LRADAC’s Prevention Department Presents Youth Leadership Summit in Lexington Feb 6-7

Lexington, SC – LRADAC’s prevention department and the Lexington One Community Coalition (LOCC)—will present a Youth Leadership Summit Feb. 6-7 for all middle and high school students active in LOCC...
LRADAC announces Shannon Boone as new Human Resources Director
Jan 23 2023

LRADAC announces Shannon Boone as new Human Resources Director

Columbia, SC – LRADAC, the designated alcohol and drug abuse authority for Lexington and Richland Counties, announces that Shannon Boone has been hired as the agency’s new Human Resources Director....
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Jan 10 2023

Starting Fresh: Preparing to Conquer 2023

Well, friends, we made it to 2023! Happy New Year!! A new year means a chance to start fresh and focus on fostering positive habits, like eating healthier, exercising, improving mental health, and...
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Dec 21 2022

Holiday Safety

Guest blog by Steven Burritt, Regional Executive Director of MADDAs we approach the holidays and the many opportunities to attend holiday parties, it is important to remember that if you might...
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Dec 08 2022

LRADAC’s Prevention Team Recognized at the SCAPPA Statewide Awards Ceremony

Columbia, SC — The South Carolina Association of Prevention Professionals and Advocates (SCAPPA) held their 2022 statewide meeting and awards ceremony today to recognize high-standard substance...
Oct 19 2022

LRADAC named one of the Top Woman-Led Workplaces in the US for 2022

Columbia, SC – LRADAC, the designated substance misuse authority for Lexington and Richland Counties, has been named one of the Top Woman-Led Organizations in the US for 2022 – a national ranking...
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Oct 11 2022

Red Ribbon Week 2022

Schools across the United States annually hold Red Ribbon Week activities to promote a drug-free lifestyle and positive decision-making among youth. This year's Red Ribbon Week is October 23rd-31st....
Sep 21 2022

Finding Hope in the Midst of Crisis

Hunter’s Story of Recovery This month’s blog features the recovery story of Hunter Welch, one of LRADAC’s Peer Support Specialists. We want to thank Hunter for his willingness to share his recovery...
Sep 15 2022

The LRADAC Foundation Invites You To Rock 4 Recovery

The LRADAC Foundation invites you to Rock 4 Recovery with Revisiting Creedence Friday, Sept. 23, at the Icehouse Amphitheatre. Presented by Dominion Energy, the annual substance-free rock concert...
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Jul 14 2022

New Crisis Number

A guest blog by Hailey Kanipe, MPH, CPS, Prevention Specialist
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"I was going through a really rough time.  Outpatient treatment helped me manage my situation while staying substance-free."
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"It was a good thing to know other that people are struggling with some of the same things and they know what you are going through."
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"My counselor was awesome.  Since leaving treatment, I am going back to school, working as much as I can, and doing really great."
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