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Arlington, TX is located in Tarrant County, where drug overdose deaths continue to be a public health concern.
There were 973 drug overdose deaths in Tarrant County between 2013 and 2017—81% of which were unintentional.1 Among those deaths, 23% involved heroin, and 20% involved psychostimulants, including methamphetamine, MDMA, and ADHD medications.1 The rate of overdose deaths in Tarrant County was highest among non-Hispanic white males, and individuals between the ages of 45 and 64.1
Alcohol misuse is also prevalent in Arlington and Tarrant County, where there were 161 alcohol-induced deaths in 2017.2 In 2015, an estimated 7% of adults in Tarrant County reported heavy alcohol use, and 16% reported binge drinking.2 Additionally, one in 5 Tarrant County residents between the ages of 18 and 20 reported binge drinking during the last 30 days.2
Fortunately, residents of Arlington, Texas who need help recovering from drug and alcohol abuse have many nearby addiction treatment options.
There are 13 facilities in Arlington that provide addiction treatment services.3 This represents nearly 3% of the total number of drug and alcohol rehab centers in Texas.4
Detoxification for drug and alcohol dependence is a service offered at 4 of these facilities.3 Hospital inpatient treatment is offered at 2 of these treatment centers while residential rehab treatment and transitional housing (sober living) are each offered at one facility in the Arlington area.3
Twelve facilities offer outpatient rehab programs, where Arlington residents can receive a wide range of behavioral therapies including relapse prevention training, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and motivational interviewing.3
Residents of Arlington who need help recovering from heroin and opiate misuse have the option of receiving medication-assisted treatment (MAT) using methadone at 4 nearby rehab facilities, or buprenorphine which is offered at 7 facilities.3 Six facilities also offer MAT using naltrexone, which can be used to treat opioid and/or alcohol use disorders.3
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are among the many drug and alcohol support groups in Arlington that allow members to bond with one another over similar experiences and challenges related to substance misuse.5 These support groups are free, anonymous, and can complement other addiction treatment programs and aftercare activities.5
There are dozens of AA groups that meet in Arlington 7 days a week at various times throughout the day.6 Some of the top locations that host a large number of AA meetings include 1226 South Bowen Road, 1802 West Division Street, and 3901 West Arkansas Lane.6 An updated list of AA meetings in Arlington is available on the official website for the Fort Worth Central Office.6
NA meetings are also plentiful in Arlington, as there are 85 meetings within a 10-mile radius of the city.7 These meetings are also available 7 days a week at various hours.7 NA meeting locations in Arlington include 1863 West Division Street and 1113 Wright Street—the majority of all other meetings are in Fort Worth.7 Arlington residents who are interested in attending a local NA meeting can refer to an updated schedule on the official NA website.7