Addiction Treatment in Marfa
Home to approximately 2,000 residents, Marfa is a far cry from the sprawling and heavily populated cities throughout the rest of Texas, like Houston. As such, there aren’t any residential drug rehabs within Marfa’s city limits. Fortunately, there are many quality inpatient treatment centers a short drive from the city center.
Marfa may not be home to any inpatient drug rehabs, but there are support services within the city and quality rehabs a short drive out of it.
For those with mild addictions who may not need a residential rehab, there are addiction counselors and therapists that operate in Marfa. These specialists provide care and support in place of or after a residential stay. There are also many 12-step meetings located a short drive from Marfa.
Our treatment providers can work with you to find a treatment center worth traveling to. Call a treatment provider to discuss available options.
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Why Travel for Addiction Treatment?
Leaving your current environment increases your chances of making a successful recovery. Because Marfa is a small city, it can be hard to avoid people and things associated with drug or alcohol use. The long-term benefits of sobriety make it well worth the effort and cost of getting help in a new place. If money is a concern when it comes to traveling for treatment, there are many ways to work out payments for treatment.
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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.
State Addiction Services for Marfa Residents
The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has programs to help state residents suffering from addiction. The DSHS-funded addiction treatment services are perfect for those who are struggling to afford treatment. Services are provided based on the county the person is a resident of — Marfa residents would fall under Presidio county.
DSHS addiction treatment centers for those residing in Presidio county include:
- Aliviane, Inc. – El Paso
- Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo – El Paso
- Homeward Bound, Inc. – Dallas
These state-funded rehabs focus on prevention and treatment of addictions. Each has a men’s and women’s residential rehab as well as outpatient treatment services. Each rehab is equipped with a medical detox program and provides access to maintenance medications like methadone.
Get Help Finding a Drug Rehab
Finding treatment for an addiction might seem overwhelming when there aren’t many obvious options in your city. Get in touch with a treatment provider now to discuss available options.