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Keystone Substance Abuse Services

199 South Herlong Avenue, Rock Hill, South Carolina, 29732
Our mission is: Promoting health, offering hope, and restoring healing to those impacted by substance abuse and addiction. Keystone envisions a society where substance abuse is recognized as a complex public health issue that can be positively impacted through prevention, intervention, and treatment. In establishing a recovery-oriented system of care we strive to expand partnerships with the medical community; increase service accessibility and demographic reach; generate economic development; decrease costs of both health care and criminal justice; and improve the quality of life of individuals, families and community.

Facility Highlights

  • Largest Provider of Treatment and Prevention Services in York County, SC
  • 2016 Award Winner for Nonprofit Excellence presented by the SC Association of Nonprofit Organizations
  • Young Adult Program for Ages 18 to 25


  • Residential Treatment

    Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.
  • Medical Detoxification

    Drugs and alcohol have widespread effects throughout your body, including but not limited to the addiction and/or physical/psychological dependence that develops with substance abuse over time. Many organ systems are affected by addiction and will react to withdrawal. The term “medical detoxification” means that there is a trained and licensed medical professional onsite to monitor your vital signs and protect your physical and emotional health as your body goes through withdrawal.

Facility Settings

  • Residential Neighborhood

Meet the Staff

  • Susan Fitzpatrick
    Susan FitzpatrickAssistant Director
    Susan has served Keystone since 1994, with responsibilities increasing from a part time consultant to Director of Finance and Operations, and now her current position as Assistant Director. Susan earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Texas at Austin in 1985 and became a Certified Public Accountant in 1987. Her specialization in non-profit accounting began during her tenure with Ernst & Young offices in Houston, Cincinnati and Charlotte, NC. Susan received a Certificate in Non-Profit Management in 2006 from Winthrop University and is known throughout South Carolina for her expertise in business management of substance abuse treatment organizations.
  • Janet Faulkner Martini
    Janet Faulkner MartiniExecutive Director
    Janet is a native of York County and received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Winthrop College in 1989 and a Master of Education degree from Clemson University in 1991. In recent years Janet completed a certificate program in Non-Profit Management, completed the Bell Leadership Institute Advanced Achievement Leadership Program in Chapel Hill, NC and was recently commissioned as a SC Palmetto Patriot by Lt. Governor Andre Bauer. She holds certification as a Certified Addictions Counselor II, licensure as a SC Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and National Certified Counselor. She began her career in the substance abuse field in 1991 at Keystone. Janet worked in the for-profit substance abuse field and returned to Keystone in 1998 as Keystone's Treatment Director. In 1999, Janet became Keystone's fifth Executive Director in its history of serving the community since the late 1960's.

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  • Up to 100%

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Patient Reviews

Overall Ratings
  • 4.3
    Avg. score from 25 reviews
  • 4.2
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  • 4.3
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  • 4.4
    Meals & Nutrition
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    I had always heard that Keystone was an amazing place to go to get well, while also keeping your dignity. I still agree that the treatment staff is amazing. HOWEVER....I was talk to like trash when I was financially assessed by a staff member ?? She was my first "billing" contact and I spoke with her several times on the phone. I was coming in straight off the streets after years of using. I was told by DAODAS , who referred me to Keystone that I was eligible for indigent care. OH NO....she told me that it didn't matter that I had held no job for years. If I lived with my Mother while I was in treatment, that was considered income. My Mother being elderly held no merit. I was able to speak with someone else ( after several threats that my treatment being suspended) and my bill was written down to $1000...…….If indigent means $1000 dollars, and this is what Keystone charges the homeless and poor.....HOW CAN PEOPLE GET BETTER ??? I was told by DAODAS that this was against the rules...but it happened. NOW.....after much hard work, gaining the trust of my family back, getting a job, and feeling better about myself than I ever have....Keystone is taking my Taxes. I feel this is wrong, and a sneaky way to get around their funding.
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    the counselors seemed to be well qualified as well as approachable/personable. excellent staff.
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    I want to thank you! I had given up hope after calling multiple places I just was going to keep using. Until I finally made one last phone call. I very enthusiastic phone asked me “how I was doing?” Most people say “hello” in a demeaning tone. She talked to me for 30 min. asked me questions out of care not to take my money. She was honest and up front. Because of her my hope is back. She made me feel that I’m not alone. I am of course doing this for myself, family, boyfriend. But now I want to do this for her. Because she said during our convo “this is my purpose, knowing I’m helping people is why Fod put me here”.... I want to show her that her encouragement and faith in me will pay off. Thank you. Keep being a beautiful soul. You are a God sent angel.
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    The programs and services that are needed to succeed are in place. Counselors are empathetic and care for their patients in a very compassionate way. The decision to seek treatment at this facility is a great and effective way to address substance use disorder concerns.
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    Well trained, caring counselors. Inability to (due to regulations) to serve a larger number of individuals.The facility continues to expand treatment services with innovated ways to serve the region.