Located in Parris Island, South Carolina, Behavioral Health Branch offers treatment for Drug Addiction and Alcohol Addiction. The addiction specialists at this multi-licensed treatment facility administers a comprehensive assessment to their patients in order to determine the best course of action for their treatment plan. Behavioral Health Branch generally offers treatment options (such as Counseling) that are customized to suit the patients' needs.
In some of these treatment options, addicts are taught to develop coping skills so that they can learn to deal with any situation that comes their way without resorting to drugs or alcohol as a means for a temporary escape. It is within these specific coping skills that will help to ensure the success of an addict's recovery.
You may contact Behavioral Health Branch using their website at www.mccs-sc.com to learn more about the treatment services that they offer, as well as more information on their accepted insurances, which include: Medicaid, Medicare, Most Insurances.
Weekly haircuts and clothes provided to keep you feeling neat. Meals are frequent, some say continuous. Staff is very attentive!
Parris Island - Backdrop of Basic Training scenes in Full Metal Jacket... “If you ladies leave my island, you will become ministers of death, praying for war...” Oorah!
Awesome place to learn new skills. Free haircuts and great physical training. The sandpit was open day and night. You got to feed the sand fleas, they love AB + blood type. Great memories and the food was delicious!
Graduated Boot Camp in 1967. This place changed the direction of my life entirely .Semper Fi 👍
This place has made me the person I am today there is no place out there like it. I came back to visit awhile ago and I spent a little time looking at all the history of the island and it is just incredible how much tradition is here and still is carried on to this day.
If it lives aboard PI then it will bite you. Gators, snakes, sand fleas, and Devil Dogs :) One of my best memories was going back to PI with my dad and sharing our memories of our adventures (he went through in 67, I in 94)
If you want to be the Best, you have to graduate here first! Plt 2075, 1986.
Born again hard in 1995, PLT. 2053. Semper Fidelis to my fellow hard chargers.
Great location. Has a ton of history and some cool ceremonies
Came down to see my boyfriend graduation it was really nice but very cold I was so cold I couldn't even feel my toes any more . The men there was kind . Big island to get lost on But very beautiful . Worker's were very friendly . I just wish the ceremony happened inside... And had better chair's and also a better way to find your marine thousands of people it took me 45 minutes to see mine and at that point I was gonna leave other then that I highly recommend going if you haven't.
Three month all-inclusive vacation. Staff was very energetic but could be a little more friendly. Felt rushed while dining. Beds were pretty comfortable, was woken up in the middle of the night every few days. Skip the sand pit too many fleas. Great walking paths with good views. Barber on site, cut was way too close and fast, did not tip. Pool was cold, life guards seemed attentive but not helpful. Advertising was accurate, no rose garden. Last week was the Crucible excursion. +54 hours duration. Plenty of activites to keep busy, night life was the same. Snacks were provided. Hospitable greetings on the last day, checkout was fast.
Getting there by tour bus or van guarantees you will have a life-changing experience that you will never forget.* You will be warmly greeted by tour guides who will aggressively arrange your itinerary for 3 months. You will stay with up to 80 guests at a time to make sure everyone has a great time! Nutritious meals, morning wake up calls, sightseeing around the island, motivational coaches, laundry services, basic self defense classes, and weapons training are included with the package. Internet not included, AC and heating optional, communal showers and open-room toilets available, non-smoking facilities only. What are you waiting for? See your local recruiter for more info. *experiences may vary