Derrick Davenport, LHCC Director of Bussuness and Administration, graduated from Clemson University with an engineering degree in 1980 and from Soutwestern Theological Seminary in 1996 with a master of divinity degree. He has more than 20 years experience in pastoral care and counseling and has spent more than 8 years in the substance abuse/addiction field. Derrick and Robin have been married for 36 years with 4 children and one grandchild.
Dr. Gary Sellman, LHCC Medical Director, obtained his medical degree from MUSC in 1982 and has worked in the field of substance abuse and addiction since 1993. Dr. Sellman was part of the St. Francis Hospital System for 10 years where he served as the chairman of the Department of Family Practice. He has been married to Phyllis for 27 years and they have 3 children and 2 grandchildren.
We are Lighthouse Care and COUNSELING – where the emphasis is on treatment and NOT the medication. We are in the business of helping opioid dependent people reclaim their lives and recover from the devastation that the use and abuse of narcotics brings into that person’s life and the lives of those around them.
So if you, or someone you love, needs serious intervention and help – we’re as close as the phone, or simply stop by for a FREE consultation. We guarantee that we will “shoot straight” about the treatment possibilities and we’ll do everything possible to help, even if we need to refer you to another agency!
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Peggy Neel, LHCC Clinical Director, graduated from Erskine College in 1989 with a degree in history. She completed her master's degree in community agency counseling at Clemson University in 1996. Peggy brings more than 25 years of experience in the field of substance abuse and addiction to LHCC. She is credentialed by the South Carolina Association of Alchohol and Drug Abuse Counselors as a CACII.