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Dallas County, Texas Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers

Are you struggling with a substance abuse problem in Dallas County, Texas? If so, you can find a high-quality drug and alcohol treatment center by connecting with Rehabs.com. We provide information on both outpatient and inpatient drug and alcohol rehabs in Dallas County that have the rehabilitation programs that will help you or your loved one start working on your recovery. Search Rehabs.com to find the substance abuse rehabilitation program that provides the addiction recovery treatment in Dallas County that will best fit your needs. A Dallas County substance abuse facility can help you or a loved one start on your journey to sobriety.

 

 

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Greenhouse Treatment Center
1171 107th Street Grand Prairie, TX 75050
New Season Treatment Center
123 East Colorado Boulevard Dallas, TX 75203
- 2 Miles Away
5.0
(1)
Nexus Recovery Center
8733 La Prada Drive Dallas, TX 75228
- 7 Miles Away
3.8
(22)
Medical City Green Oaks Hospital
7808 Clodus Fields Drive Dallas, TX 75251
- 8 Miles Away
3.3
(23)
Turtle Creek Recovery Center
2707 Routh Street Dallas, TX 75201
3.0
(6)
Phoenix House’s Hill A. Feinberg Center
2345 Reagan Street Dallas, TX 75219
- 1 Miles Away
3.0
(5)
Solutions Outpatient Services
4300 MacArthur Avenue Dallas, TX 75209
- 4 Miles Away
2.3
(1)
Hickory Trail Hospital
2000 N. Old Hickory Trail DeSoto, TX 75115
- 13 Miles Away
1.9
(9)
First Step Counseling Center North Dallas
2750 Northaven Road Dallas, TX 75229
- 8 Miles Away
First Step Counseling Center
219 Sunset Avenue Dallas, TX 75208
- 3 Miles Away
Department of Veteran Affairs Hospital
4500 South Lancaster Road Dallas, TX 75216
- 5 Miles Away
Metrocare Skillman Mental Health Clinic & Pharmacy
9708 Skillman Street Dallas, TX 75243
- 9 Miles Away
Anti Aging and Longevity Center of Texas PA
8021 East RL Thornton Freeway Dallas, TX 75228
- 7 Miles Away
Solace Counseling Services
1475 Prudential Drive Dallas, TX 75235
- 4 Miles Away
Cross Roads Recovery Center, Inc.
5552 South Hampton Road Dallas, TX 75232
- 8 Miles Away
Solace Counseling
1475 Prudential Drive Dallas, TX 75254
- 4 Miles Away
Arise Recovery Centers
5440 Harvest Hill Rd Dallas, TX 75230
- 8 Miles Away
Medical City Green Oaks Hospital
7808 Clodus Fields Drive Addison, TX 75001
- 8 Miles Away
Remedy Addictions Counselors Inc (Rac) Remedy Behavioral Systems
303 North Galloway Avenue Mesquite, TX 75149
- 10 Miles Away
West Texas Counseling and Rehabilitation Program of Irving
1116 West Pioneer Drive Irving, TX 75061
- 10 Miles Away
Phoenix Associates Counseling Services
3884 South Shiloh Road Garland, TX 75041
- 10 Miles Away
Windhaven Counseling Center
12810 Hillcrest Road Dallas, TX 75230
- 8 Miles Away
STEP Med
2929 Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard Dallas, TX 75215
- 3 Miles Away
Recovery Monitoring Solutions DBA Recovery Healthcare Corporation
9090 North Stemmons Freeway Dallas, TX 75247
- 4 Miles Away
Homeward Bound Inc Dallas Residential Treatment Center
5300 University Hills Boulevard Dallas, TX 75241
- 9 Miles Away
Homeward Bound Inc Dallas Outpatient Program
315 Sunset Avenue Dallas, TX 75208
- 3 Miles Away
Addicare Group of Texas
2722 West Kingsley Road Suite 115 Garland, TX 75041
- 9 Miles Away
Arise Recovery Centers - Dallas Alcohol & Drug Rehab
5440 Harvest Hill Rd. Dallas, TX 75230
- 8 Miles Away

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    More Info About Rehab in Dallas County

    Inpatient vs Outpatient

    When seeking drug or alcohol treatment, you will find there are outpatient and inpatient drug rehab centers. Participating in the correct type of treatment for you will facilitate a smoother recovery process. Residential rehab treatment or inpatient alcohol rehab centers are often recommended for those who are dealing with more severe addiction issues and who might suffer serious withdrawals.

    Outpatient drug rehab centers cater to those who may have a minor to moderate addiction issue and likely won’t be seriously affected during withdrawal. Outpatient alcohol rehab centers assist those who want to detox from alcohol and still maintain their schedule at home.

    What is the Difference?

    Inpatient and outpatient programming both provide a variety of treatment approaches but differ in the types of services offered. Inpatient drug facilities are often termed residential treatment centers because the patient resides there. Both long-term residential centers and short-term facilities are available.4 Inpatient treatment programs provide 24/7 oversight and medical monitoring as well as therapy.4 After detox, a regimented program aims to help patients get to the root of destructive behaviors.4

    Outpatient drug facilities offer a range of therapy services, from intensive everyday experiences to once-a-week sessions.4 This works well for someone who has a strong support system and isn’t in danger of severe withdrawal.4

    The main difference between inpatient and outpatient rehab treatment is where you reside while getting treatment. However, both inpatient and outpatient can help those seeking drug rehab assistance.

    Latest Reviews

    Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Texas

    Real Deal

    strength:Spirituality, Accountability, Fellowship, Health conscious living weakness:none This program is intended for the real addict or alcoholic suffering from addiction and their families as well. Active practical application of all three legacies of the program are the guidelines. Accountability to help establish a recovered body, mind, and spirit are the goals for each resident as well as effective communication with the family to keep them from enabling any longer.

    - Evan
    5 out of 5
    Dallas, TX

    Nexus Recovery Center

    Structure was a strength of the facility. Not enough information about dual diagnosis.

    - Anonymous
    4.3 out of 5
    Dallas, TX

    New Season - Dallas County Treatment Center

    Excellent staff but aftercare could be better.

    - Anonymous
    5 out of 5
    Dallas, TX
    Meet the Pros
    Dr. Casey Green
    Dr. Casey Green
    Clinical Director
    Greenhouse Treatment Center
    Dr. Green received his Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the University of Texas in 1996 and his Medical Doctorate from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. He had originally trained in anesthesiology, but after confronting his own addiction issues in 2004 decided to train in psychiatry and dedicate himself to helping those who struggle with addiction and co-morbid mental illness. Dr. Green completed his psychiatry residency training at John Peter Smith hospital in Fort Worth, TX. He has worked at Terrell State Hospital, North Texas State Hospital and with the Right Step Treatment Centers. Dr. Green is a Fellow of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and board-certified in psychiatry and addiction medicine. Dr. Green believes that effective treatment for alcoholism and drug addiction should address co-occurring disorders, and that treatment must be holistic, strength-based, and multidisciplinary. He focuses on the biological, interpersonal, holistic and spiritual aspects of alcohol and drug addiction, as well as their interaction with depression, anxiety, trauma and mood disorders. He strives to give clients individualized care that gives them the opportunity to live a sober and abundant life one day at a time.
    Mia Tracy
    Mia Tracy
    LMSW
    Windmill Wellness Ranch
    Mia has a Master’s Degree from Stephen F. Austin State University which is located in Nacogdoches, Texas. Her undergraduate degree is in Criminal Justice and Psychology. While living in Nacogdoches, she was employed with the State of Texas in child welfare and the court system. Since moving to the Austin area, Mia has provided therapy services at addiction treatment centers and in a private group therapy practice. Mia works with her clients to “make sense” of the how their history is intersecting with current life experiences. Life can present us with great challenges and those challenges can bring us growth or defeat. Mia will “hold the space” for clients to begin the process of healing and growth. Research has shown that the relationship between the therapist and the client is the best predictor of success. She strives to create a safe environment for clients to express their deepest feelings and thoughts, by being genuine, listening attentively and intuitively. Mia is both compassionate and direct. She uses various therapeutic approaches; such as Mindfulness to connect in with our physical self, Internal Family Systems to discover the narrative, Cognitive Behavioral to learn how thoughts influence emotions and behaviors, and EMDR to work through trauma. Her specialties include Relationship Issues, Attachment Issues, Substance and Process Addiction, Chronic Pain, Body Image, Health and Wellness, Depression/Anxiety/PTSD/Complex Trauma.
    Dean Sims (LCDC)
    Dean Sims (LCDC)
    Clinical Director
    AIM Recovery Center
    "To achieve lasting change, you have to change at the emotional level. It took me 20 years to realize this. I had gone through trial and error, attempt after attempt, and I got nowhere but depressed. In my mind, I wanted to change, but just couldn’t stick with it. Once I learned to address the underlying causes, my emotions no longer fought against my mind, and I was able to quit my own addictions, and stay quit. That’s the trick! I can teach you to do that too at AIM, and it won’t take 20 years! For me, there is nothing more rewarding than working with clients as they identify their core recovery issue. I help clients find their own life purpose and create a life vision for themselves; something more meaningful than using drugs or alcohol. I know my purpose is working with clients just like you at AIM. What’s your life purpose or vision for yourself? I’m intensely interested in finding out."
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    Dallas County, Texas Substance Abuse Statistics

    Dallas County, Texas, has its share of drug and alcohol addiction needs. With a population of just over 2.5 million, 5.91% of Dallas County residents have a substance use disorder (SUD), and 4.53% have an alcohol use disorder (AUD).1,2

    Drug Abuse in Dallas County, Texas

    While many substances are used in Dallas County, below are statistics for the most abused drugs in the county:1,2

    • An estimated 35,100 people reported cocaine use in the last year.
    • An estimated 6,240 people reported heroin use in the last year.
    • An estimated 103,740 people reported prescription painkiller drug use in the last year.

    Alcohol Abuse in Dallas County, Texas

    Alcohol abuse is also a problem for residents of Dallas County, with the following number of people reporting alcohol abuse: 1,2

    • An estimated 1.2 million people reported using alcohol in the past month.
    • An estimated 570,180 people reported participating in binge drinking in the past month.
    • An estimated 198,380 people between the ages of 12-20 participated in binge drinking in the past month.

    How to Find the Best Rehab Center Near Me

    It can be difficult to know how to begin when it comes to finding rehabs in Texas. Finding top-rated rehab centers near you is a top priority if you want to get the help you need for healing. One way to ensure you’ll be in touch with one of the best rehab centers is to check the online reviews to see what others are saying.

    Also, when looking for the best-rated rehab centers near you, look for programs that offer a variety of additional services, such as:

    • Dual diagnosis programs.
    • Programs specifically tailored to treat the substances being abused.
    • Programs that address emotional and psychological factors that have contributed to the SUD.
    • Programs that focus on treating specific demographic groups (e.g., women, youth, and veterans).

    30 Day Inpatient Rehab Programs

    When it comes to inpatient treatment, a 30-day drug rehab or 30-day alcohol rehab program has you live at the treatment facility (anywhere between 28-20 days). While you are in treatment, you will attend individual and group therapy sessions, participate in 12-step or other support group meetings, and learn relapse prevention techniques to help you remain sober once you return home.

    Thirty-day drug rehab programs can be a good beginning point for those who are struggling with drug or alcohol addiction. While it may feel overwhelming to commit to a long period of treatment, 30 days may feel short enough that patients are more willing to commit to rehab. In addition, a 30-day treatment program gives patients the time they need to go through detox and begin to address the underlying issues that contributed to their substance abuse. This allows them to being living a sober lifestyle that they can continue working on after the complete treatment.

    90 Day Inpatient Rehab Programs

    Ninety-day treatment programs include intake and evaluation, detox, therapy, self-help groups, and aftercare. A 90-day drug rehab or 90-day alcohol rehab program may provide patients with the time they need to learn and develop habits and strategies that they can use as they pursue recovery after treatment. It can take time to develop habits and learn skills, and 90-day treatment programs may provide the needed time a safe and supportive environment.

    Long-term treatment programs are also a good option for those who have a long-standing substance abuse issue, have relapsed, or feel that they need more time to work on the skills the need to support their recovery.

    How to Find Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers in Dallas County

    The National Alliance on Mental Illness states that SUDs often occur simultaneously with mental health disorders.5 For example, someone may have a substance abuse order and depression or anxiety. When this happens, it’s crucial to seek treatment at a dual diagnosis rehab center, as they have therapists equipped to deal with each disorder. Greenhouse Treatment Center, an AAC treatment facility, offers dual diagnosis treatment by certified therapists.

    How to Pay for Substance Abuse Treatment

    Although addiction treatment can be very expensive, there are various ways to pay for treatment. Many people pay for alcohol and drug rehab with private insurance. However, there are other options that may help you obtain the treatment you are looking for, including grants, scholarships, sliding pay scales, and payment plans. There are also state and federally run facilities that can provide treatment. Don’t let the fear of the price of rehab stop you from pursuing the care, support, and treatment that you need.

    Medicaid Coverage for Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment

    Medicaid is the largest healthcare insurance program in the country.6 It is a joint federal and state program that provides free or low-cost insurance coverage to low-income applicants who are:7

    • 65 or older.
    • 19 or younger.
    • Pregnant.
    • Disabled.
    • Caring for a child.

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA) expanded eligibility for Medicaid coverage to include other groups and income levels, depending on your state.

    Medicaid does typically cover drug and alcohol rehab treatment. Medicaid rehab coverage may vary depending on a person’s particular insurance plan. The costs associated with substance abuse and addiction treatment may vary between Medicaid health insurance members by state

    Medicare typically covers the cost of alcohol and drug addiction treatment, but coverage may vary depending on your individual insurance plan. In addition, costs associated with addiction rehab may vary based on the state of residence for the Medicaid insurance member.

    Insurance Coverage for Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA), passed in 2010, requires that all health insurance providers must provide coverage for addiction treatment services. Insurance plans must provide coverage for mental health services, including addiction treatment.

    Depending on your state and your health plan, specific behavioral health benefits may vary. Insurance companies cover part or all of the costs of rehabilitation, so coverage may vary.

    Getting Rehab Treatment Without Insurance

    There are low-cost, and even free, treatment programs for those who do not have insurance. Many states provide funding for rehab services that can be accessed by those with no insurance or income. There are also scholarships that may be available at individual treatment facilities. Some facilities may be open to establishing a payment plan that allows you to pay off your treatment over time. In addition, there are certain organizations that provide assistance to those who have no insurance but are seeking alcohol or drug addiction rehab.

    Not having insurance does not mean you cannot obtain treatment for substance abuse.

    What Substance Addiction do Rehab Facilities Offer Treatment For?

    Alcohol or drug addiction may involve the misuse of various substances. When patients look for help, they may be pursuing:

    There are treatment facilities in Dallas County and beyond that provide treatment for various drug addictions.

    Cities in Dallas County, Texas

    Sources

    1. United States Census Bureau. (2019). Dallas County, Texas.
    2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2020). 2016-2018 NSDUH Substate Region Estimates: Texas.
    3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2021). 2018-2019 NSDUH State-Specific Tables: Texas.
    4. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2018). Principles of Drug Addiction Treatment: A Research-Based Guide (Third Edition): Types of Treatment Programs.
    5. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2020). TIP 42: Substance Use Treatment for Persons With Co-Occurring Disorders.
    6. Medicare.gov. (n.d.). What’s Medicare.

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