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Treatment Centers within 120 miles of Zephyr, TX

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AIM Recovery Center
2504 44th Street Dickinson, TX 77539
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Greenhouse Treatment Center
1171 107th Street Grand Prairie, TX 75050

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Christian Farms-Treehouse, Inc. (CFTH)
3804 Riverside Trail Temple, TX 76513
- 89 Miles Away
Arise Recovery Centers
6115 Camp Bowie Blvd Suite 220 Fort Worth, TX 76116
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Recovery Unplugged Texas
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- 119 Miles Away
Recovery Unplugged Austin Treatment Center
5419 South Congress Ave Austin, TX 78745
- 119 Miles Away
Texas Star Recovery
1106 West Dittmar Road Austin, TX 78745
- 119 Miles Away
Austin Recovery Residential
13207 Wright Road Austin, TX 78745
- 119 Miles Away
Cenikor Foundation - Wako
3015 Herring Avenue Waco, TX 76708
- 95 Miles Away
The Arbor- Behavioral Health Care
1443 Country Road 103 Georgetown, TX 78626
- 101 Miles Away
MHMR Recovery Center
1501 E. El Paso Street Fort Worth, TX 76102
- 112 Miles Away
Summer Sky Treatment Center
1100 N. McCart Street Stephenville, TX 76401
- 58 Miles Away
River Crest Hospital
1636 Hunters Glen Rd San Angelo, TX 76901
- 104 Miles Away
Texas Health Huguley Hospital Behavioral Health
11801 South Freeway Fort Worth, TX 76028
- 104 Miles Away
STAR Council
118 West Heard Street Cleburne, TX 76033
- 93 Miles Away
Touchstone Ranch Recovery Center
15751 South US Highway 281 Hico, TX 76457
- 48 Miles Away
Austin Drug and Alcohol Abuse Program
7801 North Lamar Street Suite D-109 Austin, TX 78752
- 103 Miles Away
Community Addiction Treatment Services (CATS)
1502 E. Lancaster Avenue Fort Worth, TX 76102
- 112 Miles Away
Riverwalk Ranch
6960 Dick Price Road Mansfield, TX 76063
- 113 Miles Away
Cenikor Foundation
2209 S. Main Street Fort Worth, TX 76110
- 110 Miles Away
Hardt David PhD
4555 Lake Shore Drive Waco, TX 76710
- 94 Miles Away
Brentwood New Beginnings
2210 Washington Avenue Waco, TX 76701
- 97 Miles Away
Doris Miller Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
4800 Memorial Drive Waco, TX 76711
- 97 Miles Away
Alcohol/Drug Abuse Council Concho Valley Outpatient
3553 Houston Harte Street San Angelo, TX 76901
- 98 Miles Away
Maintenance And Recovery Services Inc. (MARS)
305 Ferguson Drive Austin, TX 78753
- 112 Miles Away
Alcohol/Drug Abuse Council Concho Valley/Williams House
134 West College Avenue San Angelo, TX 76903
- 98 Miles Away
Alcohol/Drug Abuse Council Concho Valley/Saras House
401 West Twohig Street San Angelo, TX 76902
- 98 Miles Away
West Texas Counseling and Rehabilitation Program of San Angelo
601 South Irving Street Suite 4 San Angelo, TX 76903
- 98 Miles Away
Phoenix House
400 West Live Oak Street Austin, TX 78704
- 117 Miles Away
Addiction & Psychotherapy Services
2824 South Congress Avenue Austin, TX 78704
- 118 Miles Away
Austin Recovery Outpatient
4201 South Congress Avenue Suite 202 Austin, TX 78745
- 118 Miles Away
Helping Open Peoples Eyes Inc
619 North Main Street Cleburne, TX 76033
- 93 Miles Away
West Texas Counseling and Rehabilitation Program of Temple
2610 Exchange Place Temple, TX 76504
- 93 Miles Away
Shades of Hope Inc Treatment Center
402-A Mulberry Street Buffalo Gap, TX 79508
- 72 Miles Away
Acadia Healthcare - Abilene Behavioral Health
4225 Woods Place Abilene, TX 79602
- 69 Miles Away
Hill Country Council-Alcohol
102 Business Drive Kerrville, TX 78028
- 119 Miles Away

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    Meet the Pros
    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."
    Jamie Thompson
    Jamie Thompson
    Director of Nursing
    Banyan Texas
    Jamie Thompson was born and raised in Bastrop, Texas. She attended Southern Career Institute for her Medical Assistant Certificate in 2002 and 2015, and went on to National American University, where she graduated with honors on the President’s List and Summa Cum Laude. Jamie also received her license for Vocational Nursing. Jamie got her start in the addiction field when she was working in a county jail for over 6 years. In the last 3 years, she was the Director of Nursing at an exclusive male rehab facility. Jamie is not in recovery; however, her life has been touched in so many ways by recovery. Her cousin and best friend overdosed in 2008 on opiates and it changed her world. After that tragedy and working in law enforcement, she really saw how challenging the world of addiction can be. Jamie enjoys being of service to people in recovery, providing encouragement and love, and showing them that people care and are invested in them. She loves to be a part of their recovery journey. Her favorite part of being the Director of Nursing at Banyan is supporting her team and advocating for her nursing staff and the clients. She loves creating a therapeutic environment for the staff and supporting them in creating the same for the clients. Jamie’s goal for her career at Banyan is to create an atmosphere of acceptance, encouragement and longevity amongst the staff. She wants to plant the seed and grow along with the other staff members to have the best working environment possible.
    Tyler Harrell
    Tyler Harrell
    CEO
    Greenhouse Treatment Center
    “I am passionate about applying knowledge and expertise to effect real change in the lives of others. The disease of addiction requires treatment that is complex, nuanced and often counterintuitive.” In 2018, Tyler Harrell joined Greenhouse Treatment Center as its chief operating officer and transitioned to chief executive officer in late 2019. He has more than 11 years of experience managing and administrating healthcare organizations. He is also a certified licensed professional counselor supervisor and licensed chemical dependency counselor. His clinical background combined with his years of leadership experience have been instrumental in his ability to provide clinical and operational oversight at Greenhouse that is focused on compassionate, quality patient care. Harrell believes in a holistic approach to addiction treatment that involves treating the body and the mind. Harrell treats addiction with cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing (MI), and 12-Step programming. Harrell’s passion for helping those struggling with the disease of addiction is ingrained in every aspect of his work.
    Texas Treatment Facts

    Texas ranks 34th in treatment centers servicing/accepting access to Recovery (ATR) vouchers per 100,000 residents. One spot better is New York, ranked 33 in the U.S. One spot worse is New Jersey, ranked 35 in the U.S.

    When adjusted for population, Texas ranks 40th in treatment centers servicing/accepting IHS/638 contract care funds. Tennessee is ranked slightly better, ranked 39. Louisiana is ranked slightly worse, ranked 41.

    For no payment accepted clients, Texas ranks 45th in population-adjusted treatment centers. Arizona is ranked one spot better at spot 44. Oregon is just 1 spot worse, ranked 46 out of the United States.

    Texas is 46th among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting other treatment approaches. One spot better is Virginia, ranked 45 in the U.S. Delaware is ranked slightly worse, ranked 47.

    Texas ranks 48th in treatment centers servicing/accepting members of military families per 100,000 residents. Tennessee is ranked slightly better, ranked 47. Ohio is just 1 spot worse, ranked 49 out of the United States.