Counselors and therapists can help you identify factors that underly your substance use, to avoid triggers, to strengthen your motivation, and to navigate treatment options. They can also team with certified professionals to administer medication-assisted treatment. More on counseling.
Support groups provide a space for getting social support, a sense of empowerment, and motivation from people who have faced — or are facing — similar challenges and circumstances. More on support groups.
15 free support options. 300 rehab centers with payment assistance. 241 rehabs accepting Medicaid. 96 rehabs providing drug & alcohol detox.
Rehab Centers Near Me
Location is an important factor to consider when looking for an addiction treatment center that is right for you. If you are looking for an outpatient rehab center, specifically, you may want to consider searching in areas nearby to make travel less complicated. If you are looking for an inpatient center, however, you may be able to broaden your search to areas that are further away, as these facilities allow you to live on-site while receiving care.
There are hundreds of rehab facilities in Texas. Houston has the most of them, followed by Austin – both offering dozens of options. There are also many treatment centers to choose from in San Antonio, Fort Worth, and El Paso.
Finding the Right Rehab Center
Rehab centers vary by setting, length of care, and overall structure. Understanding the different types of programs may help you to make a more informed decision that will meet your specific needs.
Texas has many treatment options. They include hundreds of:
There are also dozens of transitional housing options for people to stay after intensive treatment.
Cost is another important factor to consider when searching for an addiction treatment center, so it may help to recognize which payment methods are accepted and how you will pay for your treatment.
Rehab centers in Texas allow patients to pay for treatment in various ways. Most treatment centers in Texas accept private health insurance and Medicaid. Hundreds of facilities also have payment assistance available or offer a sliding fee schedule, which is based on a person’s income. There are also dozens of options that accept Medicare, but only a small percentage of facilities offer free or no cost care.
Inpatient Vs. Outpatient Treatment
Both inpatient and outpatient programs are effective in conquering challenges with substance misuse. Understanding the differences between the two settings may help you decide which is best for your unique situation.
Inpatient treatment can take place in either a hospital-like setting or in a more residential-like setting. Short-term residential facilities allow patients to stay for three to six weeks, while patients may stay at a long-term facility for six months to a year. Inpatient centers are intended to help patients with detoxification, while reducing their risk of using drugs or alcohol again.
Outpatient rehab centers also offer daily treatment but allow patients to live at home while receiving care. Many people who choose to receive treatment at an outpatient facility tend to choose one that is close to home, so the stress of travel is not a factor.
The Houston area has the highest number of outpatient centers, followed by Austin, San Antonio, Fort Worth, and El Paso.
Texas is home to hundreds of inpatient and outpatient rehab facilities.
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