Lexington, SC Non Profit Rehab Centers

Nationwide list of Non Profit 501c3 Rehab Centers.

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We have listed all of the non profit rehab centers that we have found in Lexington, South Carolina. Many of the treatment centers are free and others are sliding scale, low cost, and very affordable. Read the details pages for more information.

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Oxford House Rama - Non Profit Rehab

208 Rama Lane
Lexington, SC - 29072
(803) 490-1309
Sober House for men. Total Occupancy: 7 This publicly supported, non-profit 501(c)3 corporation is the umbrella organization which provides the network connecting all Oxford Houses and allocates resources to duplicate the Oxford House concept where needs arise. Oxford House is a concept in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. In its simplest form, an Oxford House describes a.. click for more details..

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Due to the small number of treatment listings in Lexington we have listed some area listings below.

Columbia Men’s Center - Non Profit Rehab

3332 #B Leesburg Rd
Columbia, SC - 29209
(803) 851-6951
Location: 19.26 miles from Lexington
Adult Men: Inexpensive, Year-Long Residential Rehab ProgramMen (18 years and older) seeking freedom from substance abuse addictions find a haven of hope at Teen Challenge. They discover tools based on biblical principles that assist them in the recovery process. This highly structured, year-long program provides opportunities for growth ..... click for more details..

Lexington, South Carolina Non Profit Treatment Centers

NonProfitRehab.com provides a list of 501c3, non-profit rehab centers. The non profit list of rehab can be faith based rehab centers to local non profits hoping to help with the current addiction epidemic. Many of these programs are very low cost or free.

Who Pays For Non Profit Treatment?

Non profit treatment can be subsidized through donations, grants. Non profit treatment centers generally provide lower cost treatment options than private treatment centers.