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The Recovery Program Transformation & Innovation Fund (RPTIF) is a collaborative initiative designed to support and enhance services for addictions treatment and recovery support in South Carolina. Utilizing funds resulting from SC lawsuits against pharmaceutical firms for misrepresentation, violation of regulations, etc., the state puts funds back into communities for evidence-based, innovative projects addressing substance use treatment and recovery. The Department of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services (DAODAS), in partnership with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the University of South Carolina, College of Social Work (USC CoSW), funds projects across SC.


 

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New Grantees!

 

The following agencies have recently been awarded RPTIF funding to implement projects in the priority areas of medication-assisted treatment, integration of behavioral health services, adolescent/family services, and infrastructure investments: Colleton Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Gateway Counseling Center, Behavioral Health Services of Pickens County, Ernest E. Kennedy Center, LRADAC, Dorchester Alcohol and Drug Commission, and Tri-County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse.
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PROJECT TEAM

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Dana DeHart
Principal Investigator
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Teri Browne
Co-Principal Investigator
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Aidyn Iachini
Co-Principal Investigator
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Lauren S. Williams
Program Coordinator
803-777-9919
will3559@mailbox.sc.edu
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