Outpatient Rehab Columbia SC
Lantana Recovery is a leading addiction treatment center headquartered in Charleston, SC, extending its exceptional services to clients in the local Columbia area. Lantana Recovery is committed to changing lives and offers outpatient rehab programs that are tailored to each individual's needs. Our expert team of professionals provides evidence-based treatment, compassionate care, and ongoing support for those seeking recovery from drug addiction. We empower clients through our Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) as well as our Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP), allowing Columbia residents to make positive life changes and achieve lasting healing. For more information, please contact us at (803)599-2779.
Columbia may refer to: Columbia (personification), the historical female national personification of the United States, and a poetic name for America == Places == === North America === ==== Natural features ==== Columbia Plateau, a geologic and geographic region in the U.S. Pacific Northwest Columbia River, in Canada and the United States Columbia Bar, a sandbar in the estuary of the Columbia River Columbia Country, the region of British Columbia encompassing the northern portion of that river's upper reaches Columbia Valley, a region within the Columbia Country Columbia Lake, a lake at the head of the Columbia River Columbia Wetlands, a protected area near Columbia Lake Columbia Slough, along the Columbia watercourse near Portland, Oregon Glacial Lake Columbia, a proglacial lake in Washington state Columbia Icefield, in the Canadian Rockies Columbia Island (District of Columbia), in the Potomac River Columbia Island (New York), in Long Island Sound ==== Populated places ==== Columbia City (disambiguation) Columbia County (disambiguation) District of Columbia (disambiguation), including "Columbia District" Columbia Township (disambiguation) Mount Columbia (disambiguation) === Canada === British Columbia, a province of Canada Columbia District, a Hudson's Bay Company fur trading district in the Pacific Northwest Columbia, British Columbia, a former city in Canada Columbia (electoral district), formerly in British Columbia, Canada, 1903–1928 Columbia Street, New Westminster, the main downtown street of that city, in British Columbia, Canada === United States === District of Columbia, the United States' capital district Columbia, Alabama, a town Columbia, Arizona, a populated place Columbia, California, a census-designated place and former boomtown Columbia, San Diego, California, a neighborhood Columbia, Connecticut, a town Columbia, Illinois, a city Columbia, Fayette County, Indiana, an unincorporated town Columbia, Iowa, an unincorporated community Columbia, Kentucky, a city Columbia, Louisiana, a town Columbia, Maine, a town Columbia, Maryland, a planned community Columbia, Michigan, a village Columbia, Mississippi, a city Columbia, Missouri, a city Columbia metropolitan area (Missouri) Columbia, New Hampshire, a town Columbia, New Jersey, a census-designated place Columbia, New York, a town Columbia, North Carolina, a town Columbia, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, an unincorporated community Columbia, Williams County, Ohio, an unincorporated community Columbia, Pennsylvania, a borough Columbia, South Carolina, the capital of South Carolina Columbia metropolitan area (South Carolina) Columbia, South Dakota, a city Columbia, Tennessee, a city Columbia, Virginia, a town Columbia (Richmond, Virginia), a historic home Camp Columbia (Hanford), Washington state, a prison camp during and after World War II Columbia, West Virginia Columbia, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community Columbia, former name of Romney, Indiana, an unincorporated community Columbia, former name of Etna, New York, an unincorporated community Columbia, former name of West Columbia, Texas, a city === Elsewhere === Columbia, Queensland, a locality in Australia Camp Columbia (Wacol), Queensland, Australia, during World War II Columbia, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom, a village subdivision of the town of Washington Columbia (supercontinent), a prehistoric supercontinent 327 Columbia, an asteroid == Arts and media == === Fictional elements === Columbia (BioShock), a city in the video game BioShock Infinite Columbia, a character in the movie The Rocky Horror Picture Show === Music === Columbia, a style of Cuban rumba Columbia: Live at Missouri University, a 1993 live album by American power pop group Big Star "Columbia", a song on the 1994 Oasis album Definitely Maybe "Columbia", a song on the 2000 Paul van Dyk album Out There and Back "Columbia", a song on the 2005 Eric Johnson album Bloom === Publications === Columbia Encyclopedia, one-volume encyclopedia published by Columbia University Press Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art, annual literary journal published by Columbia University Columbia Magazine, an alumni magazine published by Columbia University Columbia: The Magazine of Northwest History, quarterly magazine published by the Washington State Historical Society Columbia, a magazine published by the Knights of Columbus Columbia Magazine, an online magazine published in Columbia, Kentucky == Companies == === Arts and media companies === Columbia Amusement Company, an American burlesque chain that operated from 1902 to 1927 Columbia Artists Management Columbia Broadcasting System, original name of American broadcast network, CBS; initially Columbia Phonographic Broadcasting System (1927–1928), then Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. (1928–1974), now CBS Inc. (1974–present) Columbia Comics Columbia Games Columbia Graphophone Company, a British record company and label from 1922 to 1973 Columbia House, an American mail-order media company Nippon Columbia, formerly Columbia Music Entertainment, a Japanese record company Columbia Pictures, an American cinematic film studio founded in 1924, owned by Sony Corporation since 1989. Columbia Records, an American record label founded in 1888, owned since 1988 by Sony Music Entertainment Columbia University Press, affiliated with Columbia University and publisher of Columbia Encyclopedia === Transportation companies === Columbia Aircraft, taken over by Cessna Columbia Aircraft Corporation, originally Columbia Air Liners Inc.
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