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About our patients...

We work with children who are typically developing as well as children diagnosed with Autism/Asperger Syndrome, PDD-NOS, ADHD, sensory integration disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, intermittent explosive disorder, Down Syndrome, Fragile X, and more. 

We provide service to children, adolescents, and adults 12 months through adulthood who have developmental/intellectual/behavioral disabilities, and behavior challenges (typical developing or developmentally delayed)

We also work with individuals from 12 months through adulthood requiring skill training

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Service Area

CCBS will serve your needs not only in our clinic or camp setting, but also in your home, school, or other preferred community location, if appropriate and within our service area.   Our radius is approximately 17.5 miles (35 miles round trip) from our "home base" area; conveniently located near the intersection of Interstate 526 and Hwy 17 / Savannah Hwy. in West Ashley. 

Don't live in the service area? Don't worry. We're happy to serve you in a service location (e.g. school or our clinic) in Charleston, SC

Service Area

Our clinic at 1820 1st Drive in Charleston is conveniently located at the intersection of I-526 and Savannah Highway. Here we aim to provide a space for patients to engage socially with peers and practice their skills in a natural setting. We are also happy to provide this space for patients whose home location may be outside of our service area. 

Coming Soon!
Our Summerville Clinic will be opening at 1751 Central Avenue!


Funding Sources

ABA is mainly funded by private insurances (through Ryan’s Law): including but not limited to:

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield

  • BCBS State Health Plan

  • Tricare

  • Aetna

  • United Healthcare

  • Babynet

  • Cigna


Families may access private funding sources as well including Walk for Autism and Carolina Children’s Charity funds. 


We also will develop reasonable private pay contracts for those whose insurance does not cover ABA or who do not have insurance.

Insurance FAQ

  • Amount billed: the amount charged by the health care provider or facility.

  • Coinsurance: a percentage of covered expenses you pay after you meet your deductible.

  • Copay: a flat fee you pay for certain covered services such as doctor visits or prescriptions.

  • Deductible: the amount you need to pay each year before your plan starts paying benefits.

  • Discount: the amount you save by using an in-network provider.

  • In-network provider: a group of health care professionals who offer discounts to you based on their relationship with your insurance provider.

  • CCBS is in network with: Aetna, BabyNet, Beacon, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Companion Benefits Alternatives, Cigna, Coventry, Optum, Tricare, United Healthcare

  • Out-of-network provider: health care professionals that do not belong to your network, you may be able to use out-of-network providers, but you may pay more for the same services.

  • Out-of-pocket maximum: the highest amount of covered expenses that you will have to pay in one benefit period.

  • Patient responsibility: the portion of the billed amount that is your responsibility.

*Please check with your insurance company about specific questions; these are only guidelines and CCBS does not assume any responsibility for the accuracy of these statements as they pertain to your plan. Only your insurance company can answer your questions, and you are responsible for understanding the inclusions and limitations of your plan.


CCBS will accept payment in the following forms: 

  • Check sent to:


P.O. Box 80901

Charleston SC, 29416

  • Credit Card (Amex, Visa, Mastercard, Discover) - please email for more information 

  • Venmo payments can be made HERE

Please email with any questions. 

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