Services provided are based on an individual’s needs and the amount of time spent in treatment. We are able to offer many programs and grants to qualified clients to help defray the costs. If you do not qualify for grant assistance, we can setup a payment plan based on your budget. Shoreline will never refuse services to someone due to inability to pay. We can help in many ways so please do not let money stop you from getting treatment!

Our billing department is happy to check with your insurance company to verify coverage.

The assessment is like an evaluation. When you meet with your counselor, you will talk about what brought you here and plan out steps to get you to your goals. This initial meeting usually lasts about an hour but can be longer depending on your circumstances.

We are not a medical facility but we can do a screening to determine if detox is appropriate for you and help you with the referral process. When you complete detox we can assist in your outpatient treatment.

Please call as soon as possible to let your counselor know if you are going to miss a class. Some classes, such as PRI, cannot be missed without making prior arrangements.

Your health information is personal. As an accredited treatment provider, we comply with state and federal regulations which require us to maintain the highest standards of confidentiality. Staff, clients, family members and visitors all sign a confidentiality statement and agree to keep all knowledge of information of Shoreline’s staff, clients and family members confidential at all times.

*Confidentiality may be breached if Shoreline suspects past or present abuse or neglect of children, adults and elders or if there is potential danger towards harming oneself or another individual.

Absolutely! We offer many various family services and encourage family to participate throughout the entire process.


You may come in anytime between the hours of 10am-2pm, Mon-Wed, or 9am-12:30pm on Friday, no appointment necessary. You will need a current 10 year driving record (within the last 30 days) that shows the offense on it. You must obtain an official copy from the DMV. You will also need a current picture ID, Social Security card, any Medicaid or insurance cards and a list of medications you are taking.

The fee for educational services provided through ADSAP is $500. Treatment services required by the program can cost up to $2,000. The total cost for all services—educational and treatment—will not exceed $2,500.

Please call our office at 843-365-8884 to discuss the different options available to you.

If this is your first DUI and you meet certain requirements, you may obtain a provisional driver’s license from the DMV. This provisional license will allow you to drive for six months from the date of issue, as long as you continue to successfully participate in ADSAP. First-time and repeat offenders who do not qualify for a provisional driver’s license may qualify for other restricted licenses as determined by the DMV.

Because you will receive services based on individual needs, the time period for ADSAP varies for each person. While most people complete the program by the end of their suspension period, it could take you up to 12 months.