The Sinclair Method (TSM) is a technique used to help manage and control ones drinking. This therapy allows the individual to continue drinking while in treatment, learning to minimize risks associated with problematic alcohol use.
Over 4,800 doses of naloxone given out for free
108 deaths prevented
$3,500 in treatment scholarships given
8,500 + used syringes taken off the street.
Challenges Inc and Carolina Wellness and Recovery now offer Suboxone, Naloxone, and Syringe Services under one roof. With two offices on either side of Greenville, we can now assist those in Easley and Spartanburg as well. We are a "bridge" from addiction to recovery, by using donated funds to scholarship treatment costs, making it easier to get help and expand access to care. At Challenges Inc., our mission is to reduce the damage caused by drugs on users and the community alike. All of our risk reduction services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL and require NO personal information.
In places like Greenville, Easley, and Spartanburg we have found that participants of a program like ours are 5x more likely to enter into treatment than those who are not. These services also decrease the spread of diseases like HIV and Hep C by up to 80%! The use of naloxone, Suboxone, and syringe access are all evidence based practices preferred by the CDC and SAMHSA.
To see some of our work, check out the "Blog" .
We are a 501(c)3 under the "Recovery Institute of South Carolina" (RISC) and are able to do this work because of donations from community members. and help from volunteers. If you would like to make a contribution, please visit the section below and use the Paypal button. Thank you for your support, and please do not hesitate to ask any questions you may have!
Your support and contributions will enable us to continue carrying out this life saving work.
Recovery Institute of South Carolina
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