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Waco, TX Detox and Rehab Centers

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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. 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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Mimi. Was one of the best T.A's at greenhouse she was very attentive and there for all my daily challenges..thanks for making my stay delightful 🙂..thanks also.to my therapist Connie, Monica, Mr.Keith and the whole staff... can't forget about dr.v.
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Symetria - Fort Worth Outpatient Rehab & Suboxone Clinic
Symetria - Fort Worth Outpatient Rehab & Suboxone Clinic
7229 Hawkins View DR Fort Worth, TX 76132
- 78 Miles Away
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If you're looking for help that actually helps you, you're in the right place. Treatment here is covered by insurance — backed by a 95% satisfaction rating and hundreds of positive reviews online. “This place changed my life – and I didn’t think treatment would ever work…You don’t have to just ‘get by.’ You don’t have to chase or pretend anymore. You can feel happy again, I promise.” It's Time to Make a Change — Learn More Now
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Great relationship with nurses and counselor. Feel very supported.
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Greenhouse Outpatient Treatment Facility
Greenhouse Outpatient Treatment Facility
2301 Avenue J Arlington, TX 76006
- 84 Miles Away
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Greenhouse Outpatient Treatment Center is owned and operated by American Addiction Centers. At this facility, we offer the clinically appropriate client an opportunity to complete addiction and co-occurring disorders treatment as an outpatient as opposed to residential (or inpatient) treatment. Our programs allow the client to live offsite while attending structured treatment onsite on a part-time but still effective schedule. To accommodate the client’s family life, employment schedule, and community obligations, we offer flexible scheduling at two levels of outpatient care, Intensive Outpatient Program and an Outpatient program.
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Greenhouse is a phenomenal recovery facility. I can’t thank everyone enough for helping me on my journey to recovery. I learned so much about myself, my addiction and my mental health. I highly recommend this facility to anyone looking to recover for any addiction. Top notch. Give it 5 stars hands down
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Resolutions Arlington
Resolutions Arlington
2301 Avenue J Dallas, TX 76006
- 84 Miles Away
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Most individuals who find their way to a Resolutions facility have already completed treatment at one of American Addiction Centers’ facilities and are now seeking the next step in the continuum of care. Resolutions’ connections with some of AAC’s state-of-the-art facilities, like Greenhouse Treatment Center, allows staff can provide residents with a high quality of care, without impeding the resident’s daily routines. From Monday-Friday, patients will participate in programming that is designed to help them continue moving forward with their recovery goals. We understand that given the nature of outpatient programs, many patients may still be employed or have responsibilities at home while they receive care. Therefore, we work with each patient to help make appropriate accommodations to their necessary schedules. For example, should a patient need to be on a work call during treatment hours, we ask that they inform their therapist so we can provide them with a quiet space for them to take that call. This is just one of the many ways that we help you balance your work and treatment so that you can achieve long lasting recovery.
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Awesome place to get your life back on track…
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Discovery Point Retreat
306 Log Cabin Rd Ennis, TX 75119
- 61 Miles Away
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6500 Greenville Ave Dallas, TX 75206
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Symetria — Hurst Outpatient Rehab

Professionals to talk to and an entire support system behind me to aid in my recovery to not have drugs be the first thing I think of when I wake up.

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Hurst, TX

The Meadows Texas

Sunspire is a wonderful facility, checkin in there was one of the greatest decisions i have ever made! The staff is friendly and caring. They're all about recovery, the facility is very nice ancd clean. And if you're willing they can change your life for the better! So thankful for this facility and the staff.

- Kyle
5 out of 5
Princeton, TX

River City Rehabilitation Center Inc New Braunfels

Due to outstanding care from the Dr. & Staff, this place not only saved my life, but changed it forever. I've been succesfully treated for 20yrs while being provided tools changing the quality of life with my husband & kids. TY RCA! w all my ❤ NB TX

- Stephanie
5 out of 5
New Braunfels, TX
Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Waco, TX

Waco is a large city in McLennan County, Texas, with a population of 137,779.1 Waco is known for its historic neighborhoods and is the home of Baylor University. It also has a dense suburban feel with plenty of parks, things to do, and above-average public schools.1 This makes it an excellent place for young professionals and families alike.

Despite the many advantages of living in Waco, the entire state of Texas is disproportionately affected by the trafficking of illicit substances. This is due to the fact that the Texas-Mexico border is vast, and illicit substances are also brought in through seaports, making trafficking trends and patterns unpredictable.2

The Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) Field Division has broken down the issue by region, with the Houston division covering Waco, among the state’s other northwestern cities.2 According to the most recent report on substance use patterns and trends in Texas, here’s how illicit substances are moving and being used throughout the Houston division and the rest of the state:2

  • Methamphetamine has been reported as the largest illicit substance threat to the state, with cocaine being the second largest threat in Waco.2
  • Despite the increasing cases of substance use disorders involving both methamphetamine and cocaine, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is still not available.2
  • There were 576 poison center calls made for methamphetamine overdoses in 2018.2
  • There were 951 methamphetamine-related fatalities in 2018.2
  • Heroin accounted for 272 emergency department calls as well as 684 heroin-related fatalities in 2018.2
  • Cocaine also accounted for up to 445 emergency calls and 886 overdose-related fatalities in 2018.2
  • Aside from methamphetamine, cocaine, and heroin, the DEA also recognizes non-heroin opioids, prescription and otherwise, as an emerging threat to the entire state of Texas.2
Waco, TX Detox and Rehab Availability

The best way to prevent an emergency department visit from happening, or worse—a fatal drug overdose—is to seek professional treatment as soon as possible. If you or someone you care about is struggling with a substance use disorder in Waco, there are approximately 7 treatment facilities in the area (a 25-mile radius).3

Here’s a look at what’s offered among these nearby treatment facilities:3

  • 4 facilities offer an outpatient program.
  • 3 facilities offer a residential program.
  • 8 facilities offer interim care.
  • 5 facilities offer co-occurring mental health and substance use disorder treatment.

If this is your first time considering treatment for yourself or someone else, it’s important to know that you have plenty of options. It’s also important that you search for a treatment facility that suits your needs.

There are 148 treatment facilities within a 100-mile radius of Waco, which vastly expands your options.3 Of those facilities, 128 offer outpatient treatment, 32 offer residential care programs, and 78 facilities offer interim care in the event that residential space is unavailable.3

It’s a good idea to consult your primary healthcare physician to evaluate your condition and the severity of your substance use disorder. This way, they can make an appropriate treatment recommendation for you.

Waco, TX Drug and Alcohol Support Groups

If you have a substance use disorder or know someone else who does, you’ve likely heard of the group meetings sponsored by Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). NA and AA offer daily peer support group meetings at various locations throughout Waco, and they’re excellent for building a foundation of support to help people through their substance use struggles.

You can find the locations and schedules for these NA or AA meetings in Waco using the following resources:

NA and AA support group meetings are typically a mandatory part of substance use disorder treatment and recovery. They are not, however, substitutes for professional treatment from a licensed facility.

Sources:

  1. Niche.com. (n.d.). Waco.
  2. Maxwell, Jane Carlisle, Ph. D. (2019). State of texas drug use patterns and trends.
  3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). FindTreatment.gov. (n.d.). Results.