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1171 107th Street Grand Prairie, TX 75050
(972) 848-8771
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At Greenhouse, we serve the greater Dallas area and beyond from our Grand Prairie facility. We know firsthand that one size does not fit all when it comes to addiction treatment, especially considering that many of our own staff members are in recovery themselves. Every person’s journey to recovery is unique. That’s why we offer individualized treatment plans and many levels of care, from inpatient medical detox where—where you can detox from any substances on which you’re physically dependent, in a safe and medically monitored environment—all the way to outpatient therapy. Based on your progress in treatment, you may adjust your plan as needed, moving between levels of care as necessary to ensure you’re getting the most out of your time at Greenhouse. Recovery from drug and alcohol addiction involves much more than detox. It requires new ways of thinking and new coping skills. Our program in Grand Prairie Texas includes numerous proven therapies to help you delve into the reasons behind your substance use, adjust harmful beliefs, uncover your motivations for getting sober, and learn new ways to cope that don’t involve substances. Our program also includes many expressive, recreational, and holistic therapies to introduce you to healthy ways to alleviate anxiety and help you learn to live a fulfilling life without drugs and alcohol. Your first step in your recovery journey is one of the most important steps you can take in your life. We make it easy to say yes to getting help by offering a range of features and amenities that will make your time in treatment comfortable, to help you heal your body (for example with chef-prepared balanced meals), and to allow you to focus entirely on what is most important: your recovery. Our wide range of features and benefits includes yoga classes, an indoor heated pool, a nutritionist, a meditation garden and bio-sound therapy available onsite for an additional fee, and more.
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Discovery Point Retreat

Friendly and knowledgeable staff. I met with the doctors who gave me options and one on one sessions. They took me in and helped me get back on my feet. I was really comfortable during the span of treatment. Gracias!

- Iza
5 out of 5
Ennis, TX

Symetria — College Station Outpatient Rehab

The amount of care you receive its not just for the money. They offer you some real help and a lot of us need the help not just a pill.

- Nathan
5 out of 5
College Station, TX

River City Rehabilitation Center, Inc.

The help the people provide was a strength. Everyone is nice and take time to listen to.your needs

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
San Antonio, TX
Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Laredo, TX

Laredo, TX, is a southern Texas city and the seat of Webb County.1 It is home to 256,153 people.1 Outside of the territory of Puerto Rico, Laredo is home to the country’s highest percentage of Hispanic Americans, at 95%.2 As of 2020, the last year with complete data on drug overdose mortality rates, Texas was the state with the third lowest drug overdose mortality rate: 14.1 drug overdose deaths occurred for every 100,000 people.3 Between May 2021 and May 2022, 5,107 provisional drug overdose deaths were cited in Texas.4

Despite having a low drug overdose mortality rate, Texas saw 1,334 fentanyl-related deaths in 2021.5 Unfortunately, fentanyl test kits, which can help prevent overdose deaths, are illegal in Texas.6 A measure submitted during the 2021 legislative session, which would have eliminated penalties for drug paraphernalia in the state, failed to pass.6

Laredo and South Texas generally suffer from a trafficking crisis as more drugs, especially fentanyl, continue to come through ports of entry.7 In 2021, U.S. Customs and Border Protection seized 588 pounds of fentanyl in the Laredo sector.7

In 2021, Laredo Mayor Pete Saenz proclaimed August 31 as Overdose Awareness Day in partnership with overdose awareness groups and organizations.8 The goal is to reduce the stigma of drug-related deaths and promote awareness about local resources for those who need help.8

Laredo, TX, Detox and Rehab Availability

According to the treatment locator tool of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), at least 9 facilities treat substance use within 10 miles of Laredo, TX:9

  • 1 of those facilities provides detox services, including supervised withdrawal care from substance use.
  • 5 of those facilities provide outpatient treatment at a program site while patients live independently.
  • 2 of those provide hospital inpatient treatment with 24/7 access to medical care.
  • 4 facilities provide residential treatment within a program site while patients receive live-in care.
  • 3 of those facilities provide co-occurring mental health and substance use treatment, simultaneously addressing addiction and mental health issues.
Laredo, TX, Drug and Alcohol Support Groups

While not considered treatment, drug and alcohol support groups provide nonclinical and nonprofessional assistance for individuals with similar conditions seeking long-term recovery from substance abuse.10 Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) and Narcotics Anonymous (N.A.) are support groups dedicated to those working to abstain from alcohol and drugs.10 They follow the 12-Step learning path that helps people find long-lasting recovery.10

While the official A.A. locator tool lists no meeting locations in Laredo, TX, some local organizations provide access to A.A. meetings in Laredo.11

The NA locator tool lists at least 7 N.A. meetings within 10 miles of Laredo, TX. Keep in mind some of these meetings are in Mexico:12

Jesus Carranza 1101 (1.94 miles)

Nuevo Laredo, TAM 88000, Mexico

Meetings are available every day at 8 p.m.

Sources:

  1. United States Census Bureau. (n.d.). QuickFacts Laredo city, Texas.
  2. United States Census Bureau. (n.d.). Census Bureau Table: Hispanic or Latino, and Not Hispanic or Latino By Race.
  3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2022, March 1). Drug Overdose Mortality by State.
  4. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2022). Provisional drug overdose death counts.
  5. Office of the Texas Governor. (2022, February 15). Governor Abbott Holds Roundtable In Fort Worth On Nationwide Fentanyl Crisis.
  6. Candace S. (2022, May 10). NBCDFW. Fentanyl Test Kits Used to Prevent Overdose Illegal in Texas.
  7. Lisely G. (2022, July 18). KGNS+. Fentanyl crisis in Laredo.
  8. Justin R. (2021, August 31). KGNS+. City to proclaim overdose awareness Day.
  9. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). FindTreatment.gov. (n.d.). Results.
  10. Usa.gov. (2022, August 10). Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
  11. Alcoholics Anonymous. (n.d.). Find A.A. Near You (North America).
  12. Narcotics Anonymous. (n.d.). Narcotics Anonymous Meeting Search Results.