Columbia Regional Care Center

Columbia Regional Care Center


7901 Farrow Road
Columbia, SC 29203






South Carolina Department of Mental Health; Multiple Federal, State, and Local Agencies


The Joint Commission, National Commission on Correctional Healthcare (NCCHC)


SC Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC)


CRCC has provided nursing care, pharmacy, security, chaplains, facility management, and all other support services for individuals found incompetent to stand trial and not guilty by reason of insanity since 2001. CRCC also provides psychiatric, medical, and skilled nursing services for additional federal, state, and local government agencies. Recovery Solutions assumed operation of CRCC in 2009 following the acquisition of Just Care, Inc.


In partnership with the South Carolina Department of Mental Health, CRCC provides mental health treatment including comprehensive assessments, evaluation and treatment of psychiatric disorders for individuals involved with the criminal court system for a wide range of mental illnesses and conditions. Patients have a highly structured milieu and are encouraged to be fully involved in their treatment including treatment team meetings, group activities, education classes, life skills, and spiritual services. The Mental Health Department conducts supportive therapy groups each week. Education classes include GED preparation, computer technology, English as a second language, basic reading and math skills.

CRCC also offers a broad range of medical services, including full-time primary physician care, 24-hour skilled nursing coverage, and assistance with activities of daily living. CRCC provides acute, sub-acute, skilled care; intermediate and assisted care; geriatric and hospice care; pre and post-operative care; oncology and primary care services for a wide range of health conditions including, but not limited to AIDS, cancer, hepatitis, tuberculosis, pneumonia, cardiac disease, quadriplegia, kidney disease and traumatic brain/spinal cord injury. Special needs services include negative pressure rooms, chemotherapy, enteral feeding, infusion services, tracheostomy care, physical therapy and ventilator care.

Significant Achievements:

• Assisted South Carolina Department of Mental Health in securing initial Joint Commission accreditation for 178 forensic beds
• Named 2012 Program of the Year by the National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC)
• Received accolades for community involvement from the National Alliance on Mental Illness and American Red Cross
• Renovated living units for patients in 2023
• Additional support staff added to facilitate increased programming for patients

The Prison Rape Elimination Act

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law that prohibits and seeks to eliminate sexual assaults and sexual misconduct in correctional institutions and community corrections settings. Recovery Solutions is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for Employees, Volunteers, or Contractors and Residents at our facilities.
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Recovery Solutions’ ZERO TOLERANCE Policy

Recovery Solutions has zero tolerance relating to nonconsensual acts, offender on offender sexual abuse, sexual misconduct, and staff sexual harassment in accordance with the standards set forth in the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA). It is the policy of Recovery Solutions to have zero tolerance towards any form of Sexual Abuse and Sexual Harassment in all its facilities. And our company prohibits sexual conduct between Employees, Volunteers, or Contractors with any resident in a Recovery Solutions facility regardless of consensual status. Such behavior is subject to administrative as well as criminal and disciplinary sanctions.

How To Report Sexual Abuse at a Recovery Solutions Facility

Residents are encouraged to report all allegations of sexual abuse and/or sexual misconduct immediately. Residents are afforded several different avenues of reporting. Reports can be made over the phone, in person, in writing or anonymously if desired. The Corporate PREA Coordinator may also be contacted.

If you have any information regarding a resident who has been sexually abused at a Recovery Solutions Facility, please call the Facility Administrator of the Facility where the incident occurred. Locations and contact information for each site are listed on the Recovery Solutions Facility webpage. You may give your name or remain anonymous. Please have as many details as possible to include:

  • Name of the resident
  • Name(s) of person(s) involved
  • Name(s) of any witnesses
  • Description of the incident
  • Date and time of the incident
  • Location of where the incident occurred
  • Any additional relevant information
  • Your name and contact information (optional)

All allegations of sexual abuse, sexual threats and retaliation concerning an incident of sexual abuse at any of our facilities will be thoroughly investigated and shall be subject to administrative and/or criminal prosecution.

Employee Reporting Options

Recovery Solutions employees reporting Sexual Abuse or Sexual Harassment may report such information to the Chief of Security or Facility Leadership privately if requested. They may also report Sexual Abuse or Sexual Harassment directly to the Employee Hotline, which is an independent, professional service, available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week on the Internet at or at the toll free telephone number (855) 355-6478. Employees may also contact the Corporate PREA Director directly.

For All Questions Related to PREA, contact:

Jon Carner, Director of Security and Safety Operations
Toll Free: (844) 552-4814
Direct: (954) 354-8787


Recovery Solutions PREA Implementation Program
Recovery Solutions PREA Policy
Recovery Solutions PREA Investigations Policy
Public Law 108-79 Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003
PREA Prison and Jail Standards


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