Intervention

Pillars4Hope offers an effective intervention program that is built on tested and proven therapies for patients exhibiting early signs of substance abuse. 

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Offender Based Intervention (OBI) Services

Our Offender-Based Intervention (OBI) Services provide an evidence-based approach to intervene with patients identified as exhibiting early signs and/or presenting high-risk factors for substance use disorders.

 

OBI patients participate in New Direction Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy intervention sessions twice a week. During the sessions, patients learn to identify the distorted thinking patterns that are at the core of substance use disorders and criminal behavior. As individuals become aware of their thought patterns, they are able to replace those distorted thoughts and make healthier choices.

 

To participate in the OBI Program, clients and/or their referral sources must call Pillars4Hope at 843-538-4343 to make a new client appointment. During the first appointment, we ask that each patient bring:

  • A photo I.D.

  • Social Security card

  • Copy of the ticket

  • Any paperwork related to the referral


The cost to participate in OBI Services is $150.00 which includes: participant manual, certificate, Behavioral Health Screening (BHS), urine screenings sessions.

 

Please being an initial payment of $50.00 to your first appointment. If you do not have $50 at your first appointment, please make a payment in the amount that you are able. You will be asked to meet with Ashley Shearin, the Finance Director to set up a payment plan.

 

South Carolina Alcohol and Drug Safety Action Program (ADSAP)

The South Carolina Alcohol and Drug Safety Action Program (ADSAP) is a statewide substance abuse program for individuals:

  • Who are convicted of a driving under the influence (DUI)

  • Who are driving with an unlawful alcohol concentration (DUAC)

  • Who are referred by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources for boating under the influence (BUI)

  • Whose licenses are suspended through the state’s Administrative License Revocation (ALR)

 

If you have questions or would like to make an appointment, call Pillars4hope during regular business hours. Following is a checklist of items that must be brought to the initial appointment.

  • A current, official 10-year driving record from the DMV.

  • An initial payment of $250. This initial payment will be applied to the overall balance of the program. Payments may be in the form of cash, check, or card.

  • A photo ID.

  • Pharmacy printout of any current prescription medication if applicable.

  • A copy of the original ticket and/or ADSAP court referral if applicable.

  • If the DUI is out of state, please bring any paperwork information and/or paperwork related to the DUI or other offense.