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Texas has many quality drug and alcohol rehabs located in and around the more populated cities like San Antonio or Lubbock. For Texans living in far removed towns, travel is often necessary but some treatment centers will help arrange a trip to rehab.

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Addiction Treatment in Texas

Approximately 40,000 Texans received treatment for their addiction in 2013 alone. The majority of Texans struggling with drug addiction are hooked on heroin or stimulants like meth and ecstasy. Alcoholism is also common in Texas.

Texas is home to many different types of treatment programs, including long-term residential programs, dual diagnosis treatment centers and Christian drug rehabs.

Texas drug rehabs range from modest venues in the cities to more secluded, luxury centers. Our treatment providers can help you explore your treatment options now.

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From Houston to Dallas and San Antonio to the panhandle, there’s a rehab in Texas for everyone.

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Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Texas

There are many treatment centers in Texas to meet a variety of different needs, and the right one just depends on what you’re looking for.

Should I Travel for Rehab?

Many people travel for drug rehab because it allows them to focus on getting well without the distractions of home. Distancing yourself from people and places connected to past drug use reduces the chances of relapse. Those living in large cities like Houston often choose to get treatment in a quieter region or even out of state. Travel also benefits those living in remote parts of Texas. Treatment, such as residential treatment that includes medical detox, isn’t available in some parts of the state. The cost of travel is often a fraction of treatment costs, and the long-term benefits make it worth it.

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With just 30 days at a rehab center, you can get clean and sober, start therapy, join a support group, and learn ways to manage your cravings.

Texas Drug Statistics



In 2009, 2,509 Texans died in incidents tied directly to drug abuse.



A survey of seven major Texas counties showed that nearly 16 percent of people aged 18 to 25 had an alcohol use disorder.


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Over 6,200 Texans received treatment for a methamphetamine or amphetamine addiction in 2014.

Texas Drug Rehab Services

The state of Texas provides funding to programs that help addicted people. Treatment providers and services are specifically funded by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Mental Health and Substance Abuse Division.

There are need-based addiction treatment services for Texas residents who are unable to pay for rehab.

Through the Texas DSHS, residents may access addiction treatments including:

  • Psychiatric evaluation
  • Inpatient rehab
  • Outpatient rehab
  • Behavioral therapy

Outreach, Screening, Assessment and Referral Centers (OSARs) are the starting points for addicted Texans who need help from the state. OSARs determine the severity of a person’s addiction and whether he or she qualifies for state-funded treatment.

Addiction services may be limited by availability. Some individuals may get higher priority for treatment, including:

  • Pregnant women who inject drugs
  • Pregnant women
  • Men and women who inject drugs
  • Men and women referred by the Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS)

There are also services reserved for Texans aged 13-17, since the state recognizes that addicted teens require special treatment. As of 2015, there are 38 youth treatment centers in the state of Texas.

Texas Drug Courts

Many people struggling with addiction, especially to illicit substances, often find their way into the criminal justice system. Because substance abuse affects a person’s judgement, addicted people are more likely to reoffend when they are released from jail or prison.

To reduce the rates of recidivism among nonviolent offenders, the state of Texas established drug courts specifically to hear cases involving drug users.

Drug courts offer nonviolent offenders a chance to get help for their addiction.

After hearing their case, the judge determines whether the addicted person is likely to respond to treatment. Those who work through the drug court system are monitored by the court, receiving mandatory drug tests and multiple treatment sessions every week.

One study by the Criminal Justice Policy Council found that people who didn’t work through a drug court were approximately seven times more likely to reoffend. Texas drug court administrators conducted a similar study with comparable results.

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There are many rehabilitation facilities across the country, so it is important to conduct thorough research before selecting one. Treatment providers are available to help you talk about rehab options today.

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