Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley in San Angelo, TX

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1021 Caddo Street
San Angelo TX 76902

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ABOUT ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE COUNCIL FOR THE CONCHO VALLEY

The Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley (ADACCV) is one of the 212 private, non-profit organizations in Texas, and was founded more than 50 years ago. It provides residential and outpatient care for adults seeking treatment for substance abuse in central Texas, at several facilities located around the region. Programming is available only to residents of Texas. The target population includes homeless and indigent individuals living in the 13 counties covered by the organization. Detox is not available onsite

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

The treatment process at ADACCV is focused on getting clients with limited means into treatment as soon as possible, as well as providing preventive measures for the community. It is one of 206 facilities in Texas with a program specifically for women, and one of 198 facilities with a men-only program. Clients in the residential programs stay an average of 45 days in residential care, and ADACCV hosts 12-step meetings on-site.

Residential care for women is provided at Sara's House. Only 19.3% of Texas’ facilities provide treatment programs and resources for pregnant women, and women with young children are also welcome at this facility. Children up to the age of five and a half may reside with their mothers. There's dedicated programming for clients' children while their mothers attend treatment.

The Williams House provides treatment for adult men. Treatment includes individual and group counseling, relapse prevention training, goal setting, and assistance in locating housing upon completion of the program. During treatment, family involvement is heavily encouraged. That way, clients have a stronger support network after treatment.

The outpatient program lasts up to six months, and likewise focuses. Groups are offered three evenings per week, and individual counseling to accommodate client schedules. ADACCV also has an aftercare program, which hosts regular recovery meetings, such as alumni groups and 12-step meetings.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

The treatment team includes licensed chemical dependency counselors and numerous technicians. Staff members have extensive experience in treating addiction clients in a variety of modalities. The facility is accredited by Medicaid as well as the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The single alum polled by Rehabs.com about the level of training and respect found in its counseling staff to date gave the facility five out of five stars.

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

ADACCV's residential facilities are designed to be more homelike than clinical. Each facility is gender-separated. The one alum polled by Rehabs.com to date concerning accommodations gave the facility five out of five stars for its meals, four stars for its exercise provisions, and three stars for its overall cleanliness.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

At the time of this writing, two alumni provided mostly positive feedback about their experience at ADACCV. Despite being “Court Ordered to go,” one alum gave five stars for the staff's level of experience and training, the respect shown to clients, and the availability of staff. Offering five stars for the facility's overall effectiveness, the other alum simply wrote: "Good lead counselor."

Secondary sites yielded mostly positive coverage at the time of this writing, with a 3.9 out of five star average rating based on 25 reviews on Google, and a 4.4 out of five star average rating based on 54 reviews on Facebook, where the facility can manage its own page.[1] [2] Of the few reviews left by alumni, more than one noted that treatment at ADACCV had saved their lives: "The staff at this facility really care about the clients and want to see each and every one of them succeed," Sara, a representative reviewer, wrote on Google.

WHAT STAFF SAY

ADACCV also had a three-, a four-, and a five out of five-star rating on employment review sites Indeed.com and Glassdoor at the time of this writing.[3] [4] All three reviewers praised the way the organization cared for clients; any complaints affected only staff-specific matters such as pay and benefits. Staff members indicated that they generally enjoyed their jobs. "One of the pros is that you get to educate children on substance use and abuse. You really have to have a heart for teaching and for the community," a reviewer wrote on Glassdoor.

FINANCING

ADACCV is one of the 272 facilities in Texas that accepts Medicaid. The facility also offers financial assistance, and some clients may be eligible for state funding. Residential treatment costs $145/day, and the fee must be paid upfront. Since the duration of residential treatment averages 45 days, that means an upfront payment of $6,525. Outpatient treatment costs $1,000 for a 14-week program or $2,000 for a 26-week program.

CONCLUSION

ADACCV reaches out to the community in order to provide chances for preventative care as well as fundraising initiatives. Every year, the facility hosts a Rally and Run designed to give clients the chance to give back to the community. There are also events specifically for youth as well.

[1] Google Reviews
[2] https://www.facebook.com/pg/ADACCV/reviews/?ref=page_internal
[3] https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Alcohol-&-Drug-Abuse-Council-For-the-Concho-Valley/reviews
[4] https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Alcohol-and-Drug-Abuse-Council-for-the-Concho-Valley-Reviews-E1324346.htm

Published on November 2018

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Court Ordered to go

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