Withdrawal Management

For many with serious substance use disorders, withdrawal management is a necessary starting point on the road to healing and recovery.


Our Withdrawal Management Program (also known as detoxification) is a medically monitored, sub-acute inpatient service offered to those 18 years and older.
Our caring and committed medical staff will help as your body adjusts after ceasing use of alcohol or harmful drugs; a process that causes physical and psychological symptoms of withdrawal.

Keystone recognizes the seriousness of, and therefore gives top priority for admission to, persons with substances use disorders who are pregnant or who have taken substances intravenously.

Inpatient Withdrawal Management

Keystone offers Medical Withdrawal services (also known as detoxification) for those who may face serious and even life-threatening symptoms from the withdrawal process. The medical protocols available in this program lessen the impact and discomfort of cravings and the potentially hazardous effects of withdrawal. The Keystone staff includes physicians, a nurse practitioner, clinical staff and a 24/7 staff of registered nurses who are here to assist you and to see you through the process safely so you can continue to the next steps.


Counseling and Referral to the Next Steps

Evidence shows that following up immediately in a high quality outpatient treatment program is vital in achieving a sustained recovery. Remember that Keystone’s Withdrawal Management program is only the first step in a patient’s new recovery journey. The Withdrawal Management program includes a bio-psycho-social assessment by a certified/licensed counselor, individual and group counseling and referral services that determine the most appropriate recovery management following a patients’ inpatient experience.

Patients will find hope from Keystone’s Peer Support Specialists on staff who give encouragement and support, drawing on their personal recovery journeys. Each day, Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous/Recovery Community representatives meet with patients to share information about how community support groups assist millions of people across the world beginning in the first days of treatment and continuing one day at a time to long-term recovery.

If you or someone you know needs medical care for drug or alcohol use, call our main office

Call our main office at (803) 324-1800 for a confidential screening. We will help you determine the best course of action and connect you with others in the community who can help you recover.