Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Marks The Courage Center’s Expansion to Columbia

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(Columbia, SC) – The Courage Center, in collaboration with the South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services, announces the grand opening of its new location in Columbia. The event will be commemorated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by Mayor Daniel J. Rickenmann.

Scheduled for tomorrow, February 22nd, at 12:00 p.m., the ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place at 1535-Suite D, Broad River Rd., Columbia, SC 29210.

The Courage Center is renowned for providing a safe and supportive environment for individuals and families navigating the path to recovery from substance misuse and substance use disorders. Their commitment to fostering health, wellness, and self-directed lives is at the core of their mission.

At the heart of this expansion lies the Center’s dedication to offering a spectrum of no-cost services, including peer support, counseling, mutual aid meetings, and educational resources. This new location underscores The Courage Center’s unwavering commitment to providing a safe and supportive environment for youth, adults, and families on their recovery journey.

The facility will be staffed by certified peer support specialists and professionals devoted to aiding individuals in achieving and maintaining long-term recovery. Beyond individualized coaching and support, the center will facilitate access to medication-assisted treatment, harm reduction supplies, and vital community resources aimed at promoting healthier lifestyles for families.

The Courage Center’s expansion to Columbia signifies a pivotal moment in the region’s efforts to combat substance misuse and support individuals on their journey to recovery. Mayor Daniel J. Rickenmann, The Courage Center, and the South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services invite the community to join in celebrating this milestone.

For more information about The Courage Center and its services, please visit

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