About Morris Village
Morris Village provides evaluation, medical stabilization, detoxification and inpatient treatment services.
Specialized treatment services are available to men and women as well as treatment services for those patients with acute and chronic co-occurring disorders (both substance dependence and mental illness). The program serves adults 18 years old and over. All programs are structured around four (4) multi-disciplinary treatment teams that provide treatment services in an environment applicable to the specific needs of program participants.
The teams are comprised of medical, nursing, clinical, and activity therapy staff who are responsible for treatment planning and on-going assessment and evaluation of patients. Each patient is assigned a case manager who coordinates all treatment and referral activity. Treatment is based on the individual needs of each person served.
Morris Village recognizes and highly values the principles of the 12-STEP recovery model and seeks to incorporate these concepts into the treatment process. Community representatives from the recovering community lead various 12-STEP meetings for our patient population.
Eligibility: The criteria for patient admission to Morris Village:
- Must be a South Carolina resident
- Must be 18 or older
- Must be diagnosed with substance dependence
The progression of addiction must be severe enough to warrant inpatient treatment (i.e. previous outpatient treatment experience, history of relapse, poor recovery environment, need for 24 hour treatment structure, etc.)
The following items listed below are considered CONTRABAND AND MAY NOT BE BROUGHT into the Morris Village Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment Center.
- Food or drinks
- Weapons of any kind, including but not limited to, firearms, knives or materials for making knife-like weapons, clubs, mace, pepper-spray or any articles that may be used for offense or defense
- Alcohol or drugs of any description, including over-the-counter medicines and prescription drugs
- Drug paraphernalia, including but not limited to, needles, syringes, and other intravenous supplies not approved and issued by the facility for treatment
- Poisons, flammable liquids, igniting devices and other chemicals/items that may cause injury, harm or present a fire hazard, including matches and cigarette lighters
- Pornographic or sexually explicit materials such as photographs, magazines, books, video, and any other images that display sexual behavior
- Literature that DOES NOT pertain to recovery
- Stationary supplies such as ink pens and spiral notebooks
- Hardware, including but not limited to, tools, keys, and locks
- Electronics, cell phones and any other audio-visual equipment with recording and/or photographing capabilities
- Tattoo or body piercing supplies
- Plastic bags
- Glass items
- Aerosols or items containing alcohol
- Linens, including but not limited to, sheets, comforters, pillows, towels and blankets
- Leisure items, including but not limited to, cards, fishing equipment, games, dice, musical instruments and stuffed animals
- Hairstyling and haircutting equipment and beauty supplies, including but not limited to, mirrors, scissors, razors, electric shavers, beard clippers and curling irons
- Hygiene items such as toothpaste, soap and shampoo
- Tobacco products such as cigars, slim cigars, dissolvables, chewing tobacco and rolling papers