Although Texas continues to have one of the lowest rates of opioid overdose deaths, the state has its fair share of substance abuse issues. Because of Texas' proximity to the Mexican border, the availability of some illicit drugs like heroin, crystal meth, cocaine, and prescription drugs is higher than in many other states.
Alcoholism continues to be Texas' most significant substance abuse problem, however, and most Texans seek rehabs for alcohol-only addiction treatment.
Unfortunately, too many in Texas avoid the drug and alcohol rehab treatment they need. Treatment can work, and you can beat addiction. No one in Texas needs to keep drinking or using thinking that they won't get the help they need.
Private inpatient addiction treatment at a luxury drug and alcohol rehab may be beyond the reach of many without good private health insurance (like a PPO health plan). However, there are many Medicaid treatment centers and low-cost rehabs in Texas. These affordable or free drug and alcohol rehabs will charge only as much as you can afford to pay, and will rarely turn anyone away for financial reasons.
If you have no insurance, the State of Texas may fund all or a part of your drug or alcohol rehab. In some cases, you may qualify for state assistance, even if you do not qualify for Medicaid or other state-funded medical care.
For public addiction treatment and state funding in your community, the Texas Health and Human Services contracts with local mental health authorities (LMHAs) to deliver addiction treatment services for all counties across Texas.
So-called "outreach, screening, assessment and referral centers" (OSAR) may be the first point of contact for people seeking addiction treatment services in Texas. OSAR centers help people get substance use services, case management and peer support. An OSAR LMHA will stay in touch with people waiting for treatment and refer them to community services while they are waiting.
To find a state-funded service in your area, please call the OSAR service provider in your region. Their numbers are listed here. For more information, you can also dial 2-1-1, or call 877-541-7905.
Hill Country Detox is a sub-acute detox facility in Buda, Texas with luxury accommodations. Private rooms available.
Located about 30 miles south of Dallas, Discovery Point Retreat blends traditional drug and alcohol abuse treatment with holistic alternatives to help you build a well-rounded foundation for your future. Residential treatment includes medical detoxification, cognitive behavioral therapy, 12-Step meetings, and recreational therapy.
Santa Maria Hostel in Houston is a treatment facility and sober living home that offers services for women, including pregnant women and women with children/infants. The facility accepts clients on opioid medication. Payment assistance may be available here to fund your treatment.
A sober living house for adult men and women. $75 per week and all residents are expected to attend 60 meetings in 60 days.
Serenity House in Wichita Falls is an outpatient drug and alcohol rehab for adult men and women that also offers youth prevention services. Accepts private insurance.
Serenity House in Fredericksburg is a beautiful treatment center nestled in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. The residential treatment program at the Fredericksburg treatment center accommodates 32 patients.
Serenity House is a residential treatment program and inpatient detox provider, with separate housing for males and females. It offers different styles of accommodation based on a patient’s needs. 12 steps based treatment, accepts private insurance.
Taylor Recovery Center, a luxury sober living drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility in Houston, Texas, assists recovering addicts reach a successful life in sobriety. Private rooms available.
Great Oaks Recovery Center provides comprehensive, innovative and compassionate residential programs for individuals suffering with addiction.
At AppleGate Recovery, we have locations in Plano, TX, Bossier City, LA, Monroe, LA and Lake Charles, LA. We treat opiate addiction in an outpatient setting using buprenorphine medications to assist in a medication-assisted therapy program. We also offer individual and group addiction/counseling in order to prevent relapse and strengthen coping skills.