Top Texas Addiction Recovery Centers: Reviews and Ratings

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Facilities in Texas

The great state of Texas is home to many addiction treatment centers, but which one is right for you? Start your journey to recovery by researching facilities and reading reviews from alumni who have completed the program. This is a great way to learn more about the amenities offered, what your daily schedule will look like once you’re in treatment, and any information your family or loved ones may need to keep in mind during your stay.

52 Drug and alcohol addiction Recovery Centers and Resources in Texas
  • AIM Recovery Center
    Dickinson, TX
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    AIM Recovery Center provides substance abuse treatment and recovery support services for men struggling with addiction. We use the latest...
  • Greenhouse Treatment Center
    Grand Prairie, TX
    Great - 149 Reviews
    At Greenhouse, we serve the greater Dallas area and beyond. We know firsthand that one size does not fit all...

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Drug Addiction in Texas

Alcohol is the primary drug of abuse in Texas. More than a quarter of all clients admitted to publicly funded substance abuse treatment programs in Texas were treated primarily for alcohol abuse in 2014. Heroin treatment admissions have also increased over the past few decades.1

Rates of mental illness in the state are roughly in line with national averages. But the majority of people with these issues do not seek treatment.

Addiction by the Numbers

  • According to 2013 data, 67% of Texas high school students in grades 9–12 reported using alcohol at least once, and 36% had drank in the past month.1
  • In Texas, approximately 6% of all people ages 12 and older were diagnosed with a past-year alcohol use disorder in 2014-2015. This number was similar to the national average rate of alcohol use disorder among people ages 12 and up. 2
  • Heroin use has grown in Texas, especially among teenagers and young adults. The proportion of treatment admissions for white users increased from 44% in 1986 to 59% in 2014.1
  • The number of people enrolled in methadone-assisted treatment for opioid abuse rose from 9,630 in 2011 to 11,649 in 2013, but then declined to 9,833 in 2015.2

How Much Does Rehab Cost?

The question of how to pay for rehab weighs heavily on the minds of many who need treatment, but there are plenty of resources available to help you get top-quality care in Texas.

Many insurance plans, including Medicare and TX Medicaid, offer coverage for certain addiction treatment services, so if you have health insurance, contacting your provider is a great place to start.

Several charitable organizations offer rehab scholarships for those in financial need, and there are also low-interest healthcare loans available that will enable you to pay for rehab with a low monthly payment that fits your budget. Additional options, such as sliding scale fees or a payment plan financed directly through the facility can be worked out when you contact the rehab center for your initial evaluation.

Treatment Options

There are more than 400 substance abuse treatment facilities operate in Texas offering treatment types including outpatient, detox, day treatment, intensive outpatient, methadone maintenance, and long-term treatment.3


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There are 65 opioid treatment programs in the state and types of services offered at facilities include assessment and screening, counseling, medication-assisted therapies, social skills training, case management, vocational training, and transitional services.3

Payment options for substance abuse treatment range from sliding scale payments to Medicaid to federal military insurance coverage.3

Local Resources for Recovering Addicts

  • 211 Texas – A clearinghouse for a variety of services in Texas, including substance abuse and mental health services, treatment programs, and resources.
  • Crisis Text Line – A free crisis support line that is available 24/7 for people in crisis. Texas residents can reach out to crisis volunteers for information about substance abuse.
  • SAMHSA Behavioral Treatment Services Locator – A searchable database to find information on behavioral and addiction treatment in Texas and nationally.
  • Texas Health and Human Services: Mental Health and Substance Abuse – A state government site with links and resources for Texas residents to find help for mental health and substance abuse issues.
  • Veterans Crisis Line – A resources for veterans to find help for mental health and substance abuse issues.
Sources:
  1. The University of Texas at Austin: School of Social Work. (2015). Substance Abuse Trends In Texas: June 2015 Final.
  2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). Behavioral Health Barometer Texas, Volume 4.
  3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). (2015). National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS): 2015 State Profile – Texas.