Drug & Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centers in Texas
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Texas rehab centers provide an ideal opportunity for those suffering from drug and alcohol abuse in the Southern U.S. to recover from their drug of choice in a therapeutic environment. Texas-based rehabs offer a variety of services and specialized treatment programs such as 24-hour clinics, free & state-funded rehabs, inpatient and outpatient rehabs, residential and long term facilities, as well as other specialized rehab programs designed for unique populations – options tailored towards one’s personalized needs.
Where is Addiction Treatment Located in Texas?
Substance abuse treatment centers in Texas are largely found near major metropolitan areas such as Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin. However, there are many drug rehab centers in all parts of Texas. As of 2017, Texas state had 431 treatment centers, including:1
- 362 outpatient programs.
- 108 residential programs.
- 41 hospital inpatient programs.
American Addiction Center’s Greenhouse Treatment Center is located just a short drive from the city of Dallas in Grand Prairie, Texas.
How do I Choose the Best Rehab in Texas?
The best rehab in Texas for you depends on your personal needs and medical necessities. Your rehab decision can affect not only the cost of your treatment, but your overall rehabilitation experience in Texas.
Alcohol and drug rehab centers in Texas may differ in their particular approach to drug addiction treatment and the specific populations that they treat. However, before attending a rehabilitation center in Texas, you may want to check whether the rehab has certain licensing and accreditations that affirm their quality of service, such as the Joint Commission’s accreditation and Department of Healthcare licensing.
You may also wish to consider the following when choosing a drug or alcohol rehab center in Texas:
- The length of the program. Would you like short-term treatment or long-term rehab? If you’re looking for a long-term residential facility, certain facilities may be better for you than others.
- The methods of payment that the addiction treatment program accepts. While some rehabs accept private health insurance or state-funded health plans, others may only accept private payments, and vice-versa.
- Your desired (or needed) levels of care. Not every treatment center offers every level of addiction treatment care (ranging from medical detoxification to outpatient programming). Before choosing your treatment center, be sure that the levels of care that this program offers fit your necessities and expectations.
- The program’s targeted population. Sometimes, rehab centers offer specialized tracks and services to specific populations of people, such as Veterans and those with co-occurring disorders. Others may offer specialized programs for LGBT/Gay people and denomination-based programs like Christian drug rehabs.
How Much Does it Cost to go to Rehab in Texas?
The cost of rehab in Texas depends heavily upon the provider in question, the potential patient’s insurance coverage or payment method, and the level of care that person requires. However, over half of drug rehab centers in Texas accept private insurance and almost all accept private cash payments. The cost of inpatient rehab can range from $5,000-$80,000 on average and will depend on a variety of factors such as length of stay and treatment and therapy administered.
More than 60% of alcohol and drug treatment facilities in Texas accept private insurance, and more than half accept Medicaid. About 90% accept cash and self-payment.2
There are also free and affordable rehab centers in Texas that offer sliding scale payments for low-income patients. State-funded rehab in Texas, for example, is a popular low-cost option for people who do not have private health insurance benefits and cannot afford to pay out-of-pocket for their treatment. Payment plans are also available to make rehab more readily affordable.
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Is Rehab in Texas Covered by Insurance?
Some rehabs in Texas accept government-funded insurance plans such as Medicaid, Tricare, or work in tandem another similar healthcare organization.
AAC’s residential rehab center in Texas, Greenhouse Treatment Center, accepts most large health insurance plans. However, the extent to which a person’s treatment is covered by their insurance will depend on their medical necessity, exact plan benefits, and a variety of other factors. At other drug and alcohol rehabs in Texas, insurance coverage will also depend on the provider and plan. In some cases, a person’s insurance will fully cover the cost of rehabilitation for drug and alcohol abuse. In other cases. insurance may only partially cover treatment, only cover particular types of care, or only cover someone’s care for a certain pre-determined length of time.
Take Our Substance Abuse Self-Assessment
Take our free, 5-minute substance abuse self-assessment below if you think you or someone you love might be struggling with substance abuse. The evaluation consists of 11 yes or no questions that are intended to be used as an informational tool to assess the severity and probability of a substance use disorder. The test is free, confidential, and no personal information is needed to receive the result.
Do Rehab Centers in Texas Treat Alcohol and Drug Addiction?
Yes, rehab centers in Texas treat people for addiction to all classes of mind-altering substances, such as alcohol, cocaine, stimulant medications, prescription opioids, heroin, and other illegal opioids. Many rehabs also treat people with behavioral addictions and almost half of treatment centers in Texas also treat patients with other co-occurring mental health conditions. Over 70% of Texas rehab centers also provide counseling for trauma.1
Some rehabilitation centers may place their emphasis on treating one distinct drug of choice over others, but most rehabilitations treat a variety of drug addictions. AAC’s rehab programs in Texas helps people struggling with addiction to any drug using a combination of individual therapy, family therapy, and group therapy. Types of therapies found in our Texas programs include cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, motivational interviewing, and rational emotive behavior therapy. We also use medication-assisted treatment, which combines therapy with medication to treat alcohol and opioid use disorders.
Other Ways to Get Help & Texas Rehab Resources
Not everyone who has a substance abuse problem wants or needs to enter a drug rehab center. In fact, there are a variety of ways to get help for a substance use disorder without going to rehab in Texas or another state, such as:
- AAC’s Drug Addiction Hotline
- Locations of Substance Use Program Centers in Texas—View a map of rehab programs in Texas.
- Texas Department of Health & Human Services resources—Browse a list of state programs for behavioral health, including support groups and state services, as well as a list of state partners that offer behavioral health services.
- Alcoholics Anonymous Texas—Find phone numbers and websites for regional offices of AA.
- Narcotics Anonymous—Find an NA meeting in Texas.
- Adult Mental Health Housing Resources – For those who are homeless or whom may become homeless due to mental health conditions.
- Texas Syringe Disposal Guidelines – These guidelines exist for anyone who may need to dispose of their syringe and would like to do so in a sanitary way. Proper syringe disposal can minimize your risk of contracting HIV/Aids, Hepatitis C, and other infections.
- Anyone who may find themselves in a crisis due to drugs or alcohol can dial 2-1-1 or 877-541-7905 for immediate assistance. If you or your loved one are suffering from a medical emergency or overdose, be sure to call 911 immediately.