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Lubbock, TX Detox and Rehab Centers

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Addiction treatment centers near Lubbock, TX

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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Ranch at Dove Tree
1406 County Road 5800 Lubbock, TX 79403
6104 Avenue Q South Drive Lubbock, TX 79412
Sunrise Canyon Hospital
1950 Aspen Avenue Lubbock, TX 79404
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Texas

Stages of Recovery, Inc.

This place is amazing in what they do for the recovery community in Lubbock. They are dedicated, encouraging, and have the tools to help guide and strengthen those that are struggling with addictions and also help in supporting the families that are affected as well. Addiction affects whole families. I am thankful for the staff.. I remember dropping my son off and driving away.. Now he is there helping others.. Never give up.. There is always hope and people out there. At Stages of Recovery that are eager to help and dedicated to serving you. Thank you!

- Denise
5 out of 5
Lubbock, TX

The Ranch At Dove Tree

I stayed at the Ranch at Dove Tree this past June, I cannot say enough positive things about this facility. The staff was caring and phenomenal, and provided access to outside meetings, as well as nightly meetings in house so that you can find a sponsor that meets your needs. The food is amazing and the kitchen staff is always so accommodating. If you are looking for help for yourself, or for a loved one, this is the place to go!

- Jennifer
5 out of 5
Lubbock, TX
Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Lubbock, TX

With a population of 257,013 people, Lubbock is the 11th largest city in Texas.1 It’s also the birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll legend Buddy Holly. The city of Lubbock is located in Lubbock County in the northwest region of the state, and while the city is densely suburban, it’s home to plenty of parks, nightlife, and highly rated public schools—making it a great place for young professionals and families alike.1

Despite the many benefits that residents of Lubbock enjoy, a serious epidemic is happening in the city and in the rest of the nation. According to a survey conducted by the Prevention Resource Center, at least 16.6% of young respondents took prescription opioids without a prescription more than once.2 The use of these opioids, which include OxyContin, codeine, Vicodin, Hydrocodone, and Percocet, was highest among those under the age of 15.2

Residents are now more aware of the implications of prescription pain medications and the consequences of their misuse. During the month of September 2022, at least 3 overdose-related deaths were reported.3 What’s even more shocking is that these 3 deaths were not only reported over the same weekend but they were all directly linked to fentanyl.3

Fentanyl is an incredibly potent synthetic opioid that is often mixed with other illicit substances or passed off as a more well-known prescription medication. One of the September overdose deaths reportedly happened because the victim took what she thought was Percocet; the drug was actually a counterfeit pill containing mostly fentanyl.3

In addition to the opioid crisis making its way through Lubbock and the rest of the state, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has also reported that methamphetamine, cocaine, and heroin are among the top illicit substance threats.4

Lubbock, TX Detox and Rehab Availability

If you or someone you care about is experiencing a substance use disorder—especially one that involves opioids—it’s essential to seek out treatment to prevent an overdose situation or worse. There are at least 7 treatment facilities within a 25-mile range of Lubbock.5

Here’s the breakdown of what those facilities have to offer:5

  • All 7 of those facilities offer outpatient care programs.
  • 5 of those facilities offer treatment for co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
  • 5 facilities also offer interim care.
  • 1 facility offers a detox program.

Unfortunately, none of those facilities offer a residential (inpatient) treatment program. However, if you expand your search to within 100 miles of Lubbock, there are at least 18 treatment facilities—4 offering residential programs and 15 offering outpatient programs.5

Considering that there are very few residential treatment programs available within a 25- to 100-mile range from Lubbock, it may be a good idea to expand your search into other Texas counties or consult with your primary care physician for suitable treatment recommendations.

Lubbock, TX Drug and Alcohol Support Groups

When facing a substance use disorder, many people turn to peer support groups sponsored by Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) to help them work through their struggles. More often than not, these support groups are a treatment requirement as well as an aftercare requirement.

More importantly, these meetings can help you build a strong foundation and meaningful relationships as you adjust throughout your recovery.

You can find the latest meeting schedules using the following resources:

Please bear in mind that while these support groups provide a valuable tool to help cope with substance use disorders, they are not a suitable substitute for professional treatment conducted by licensed facilities—and should not be treated as such.


  1. (n.d.). Lubbock, Texas.
  2. Region 1 Prevention Resource Center (n.d.). Lubbock.
  3. Steve Hicks School of Social Work. (2019). State of Texas drug use patterns and trends.
  4. Hoggard, J. Everything Lubbock. (2022, Sept. 19). Fatal fentanyl overdose victims identified.
  5. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). (n.d.). Results.