Looking for a perfect rehab program in Texas for yourself or someone you love? Rehabs.com is the industry's leading source for exclusive private programs and can help you find the center that's right for you. Our substance abuse recovery centers can help anyone break away from drugs, no matter whether the addiction is to Carisoprodol, Flunitrazepam, alcohol or any other illicit or doctor-prescribed drug.Explore Treatment Centers in Texas
Texas Inpatient Drug Rehab Programs
Premium Listings in Texas
Any Length Retreat for MenPflugerville, Texas
Discovery Point RetreatEnnis, Texas
Taylor Recovery CenterHouston, Texas
Recovery Unplugged Austin Treatment CenterAustin, Texas
Resolutions ArlingtonDallas, Texas
Greenhouse Outpatient Treatment CenterArlington, Texas
Riverwalk RanchMansfield, Texas
Taylor Recovery at Sugar LandSugar Land, Texas
Infinite RecoveryAustin, Texas
Greenhouse Treatment CenterGrand Prairie, Texas
Standard Listings in Texas
Cenikor FoundationFort Worth, Texas
The Ranch At Dove TreeLubbock, Texas
Stages of Recovery, Inc.Lubbock, Texas
Starlite Recovery CenterCenter Point, Texas
Austin Recovery ResidentialAustin, Texas
The Arbor- Behavioral Health CareGeorgetown, Texas
Memorial Hermann Prevention and Recovery CenterHouston, Texas
Enterhealth RanchVan Alstyne, Texas
Origins Recovery CentersSouth Padre Island, Texas
The Right Step Houston CentralHouston, Texas
The Right Step - Dallas CentralEuless, Texas
The Right Step Hill CountryWimberley, Texas
The Menninger ClinicHouston, Texas
Santé Center for HealingArgyle, Texas
Promises AustinSpicewood, Texas
Ripple Recovery RanchSpring Branch, Texas
In TriumphDenison, Texas
The Ranch at Clear SpringsAquilla, Texas
U-Turn For Christ - San AngeloSan Angelo, Texas
Magnolia Behavioral Hospital of East TexasLongview, Texas
Stonegate CenterAzle, Texas
3rd Day Treatment Center, LLCCollege Station, Texas
A Turning Point Counseling and Rehab CenterSan Antonio, Texas
Bastrop Hope HouseBastrop, Texas
Great Oaks Recovery CenterEgypt, Texas
A Vision For You Help CenterEdinburg, Texas
Grace CounselingLewisville, Texas
Hannah's House by OriginsSouth Padre Island, Texas
The Council on RecoveryHouston, Texas
Serenity View Recovery CenterPrinceton, Texas
Recovery AllianceEl Paso, Texas
Project Hope Recovery CenterHouston, Texas
Outcomes Detox & Recovery CenterBrownsville, Texas
Briarwood DetoxAustin, Texas
Cedar Creek RecoveryManor, Texas
Serenity Light RecoveryAngleton, Texas
Real DealDallas, Texas
Hill Country DetoxBuda, Texas
Serenity House DetoxHouston, Texas
Nova Recovery Center - Austin Intensive OutpatientAustin, Texas
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Inpatient Vs. Outpatient Rehabilitation in Texas
Making the decision to get sober is one of the most crucial choices you can make for yourself, so congratulations on taking the first step! Like any significant decision, it's important to consider your alternatives. Are you interested in inpatient rehabilitation facilities or outpatient? Are you looking for a specialty facility, such as exclusive or private luxury option? There's a lot to ponder.
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Meet the Pros
Jennifer HolbrookClinical Director Recovery Unplugged Texas
Jennifer Holbrook MA, LCDC has more than 20 years of experience in the field of Chemical Dependency Counseling. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2004, completed her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology in 2006, Cum Laude, and completed an internship in 1994 obtaining her QMHP (Qualified Mental Health Professional). She has also been appointed as a trainer with TAAP and NAADAC. Ms. Holbrook continues to stay updated on the latest research and education regarding addiction treatment modalities and is currently enrolled in advanced skills training to facilitate the Emotional Freedom Technique and to obtain a national certification in herbal studies and consultation. She specializes in REBT and Dual Diagnosis and has an extensive history working with clients dealing with trauma. She has also developed treatment programs that work with the family has a whole. Ms. Holbrook has spent the last 10 years involved in treatment with chronic relapse populations in the role of Clinical Director of inpatient treatment and prior to that 8 years of her career was spent in education working as the Director of Programs and Clinical Director for the Institute of Chemical Dependency Studies in Austin TX. Ms. Holbrook has 5 years of experience in Prevention and Intervention, including designing and implementing Alternative Activity Programs for youth in rural communities. Ms. Holbrook in known for her dedication and commitment to all facilities that she has interacted with throughout her career and currently is now working again in conjunction with the Institute of Chemical Dependency Studies in the role of Consulting Director. Jennifer was elected President of TAPNET the Texas Addiction Professionals, Peer Assistance Network in 2008. This non-profit organization offers peer assistance to LCDC’s, interns and Certified Counselors in the State of Texas. She is actively involved with TAAP including the Annual State Conference. In 2010, Mrs. Holbrook was elected the TAAP Addiction Counselor of the year. In 2013, she was nominated to serve as co-chair of the 4 Winds Inter-tribal Council of Texas involved in Native Traditions and Recovery Efforts.Show Bio
Melanie LittleClinical Director, LCDC, LMSW Windmill Wellness Ranch
Melanie has counseled hundreds of clients in residential treatment. She is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor and she has a BA in Psychology with a concentration in Addiction Studies. Melanie has obtained her MA in Social Work at Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio. She has worked in several residential treatment facilities and intensive outpatient programs. Melanie is experienced with clients of all ages and she has extensive experience working with families. She practices Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused techniques, and is EMDR trained. She takes an existential attitude with any approach she employs. She is passionate about her work and believes freedom from addiction is available to all who are willing to work a recovery program.Show Bio
Robert WhiteCEO & Founder Any Length Retreat for Men
Robert White founded Any Length in 2012. As a person in long term recovery, Robert envisioned creating a safe, sober environment for men to get well. Robert and The Any Length Team have done just that and more. They have created a place that has helped hundreds of men have an experience with a recovery lifestyle. Robert is a leader in the Austin Recovery Community, a Certified Recovery Specialist, and has dedicated his life to serving God and the people around him. Robert finds joy in spending time with his family and friends. Robert enjoys being disciplined in spiritual activities such as prayer and meditation, physical fitness activities, and eating a well balanced diet. His sole purpose in life is showing other men how to recover for life and live happy, joyous, and free.Show Bio
- Texas ranks 34th in treatment centers servicing/accepting access to Recovery (ATR) vouchers per 100,000 residents. One spot better is New York, ranked 33 in the U.S. One spot worse is New Jersey, ranked 35 in the U.S.
- When adjusted for population, Texas ranks 40th in treatment centers servicing/accepting IHS/638 contract care funds. Tennessee is ranked slightly better, ranked 39. Louisiana is ranked slightly worse, ranked 41.
- For no payment accepted clients, Texas ranks 45th in population-adjusted treatment centers. Arizona is ranked one spot better at spot 44. Oregon is just 1 spot worse, ranked 46 out of the United States.
- Texas is 46th among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting other treatment approaches. One spot better is Virginia, ranked 45 in the U.S. Delaware is ranked slightly worse, ranked 47.
- Texas ranks 48th in treatment centers servicing/accepting members of military families per 100,000 residents. Tennessee is ranked slightly better, ranked 47. Ohio is just 1 spot worse, ranked 49 out of the United States.
Overcoming an addiction to an object (like a cell phone), a substance (like heroin) or an action (like gambling) is never easy. You'll need to commit to hard work that takes place for the rest of your life in order to recover. But with the help of a Texas treatment center, you can get better.Learning About Motivation Your urge to use drugs can stem from hidden triggers you might have never thought were there. For example, you might have a little voice inside your head that constantly tells you that you're not:
- Loved by your partner
- Respected by your coworkers
When you've completed your treatment for addiction, you might find that attending meetings in your community helps you stay focused on getting better and maintaining your sobriety. You could attend these meetings in the community even if your rehab program never offered meetings as part of your treatment package, but a study in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research suggests that people who get introduced to the 12-step concept in their treatment programs tend to participate in community meetings more often than people who didn't get exposure during formal treatment.Finding Your Match
There are many different Texas drug rehab centers for you to choose from. For example, the Substance Abuse and Mental health treatment Administration reports that there are 77 different treatment facilities for addiction located within 60 miles of Austin, Texas. You might have sober friends who have been through treatment, and who are willing to share the names and locations of the facilities they used in their own battles. You might also have a list of facilities given to you by your doctor or your caseworker, and you might have been asked to choose from those options.