Texas Free Rehab Centers

You know a lot about Texas, but did you know the state insect is the Monarch butterfly? You are a lot like that butterfly, but addiction has trapped you as a caterpillar and it’s time for you to enter the chrysalis of addiction treatment and emerge into recovery as a powerful butterfly. If cost is one of the reasons you are delaying treatment, you should know there are Texas Free Rehabs that you can enter free of charge, and they provide the same quality care as more expensive ones. To begin your recovery and get one step closer to the butterfly you should be, call 800-934-7205 (Who Answers?) to learn more about treatment options in TX and to free drug and alcohol rehab centers. You can also click on the names of local cities in the list below and explore some treatment options.

As recently as January of 2014, Texas has seen “an increase in young heroin users” and “increasing presence of the more potent P2P methamphetamine made in Mexico,” according to the NIDA. The state has seen steadily increasing drug abuse statistics for certain substances as well as an overall “reported past-month use of illicit drugs” which raised steadily in the past few years from around 6% to 7.32% (ONDCP). Texas residents who struggle with this drug abuse must have adequate treatment options as well as those which are available specifically to individuals who would otherwise not be able to attend rehab.Free Rehab Centers in Texas

According to the United States Census Bureau, 17.6% of Texans live below the poverty line. The median household income and per capita income are also lower than those of the national average but not by much. These statistics occur because the state has a wide range of incomes, but it is those who cannot afford rehab who need the most help. The ONDCP lists Texas’ most commonly cited drug among primary treatment admissions in the state as marijuana. However, heroin, cocaine/crack, and other stimulants fall behind the amount of marijuana treatment admissions by only about 10%.

Individuals who abuse illicit drugs like these can easily become addicted and put all their money toward these substances. In many cases, long-term drug abusers lose their jobs, their loved ones, and their homes because nothing is more important to them than getting their next fix. This is not, however, because drug users are morally bad people or because they do not possess self-control.

As the NIDA states, “Addiction is a complex but treatable disease that affects brain function and behavior.” This is why treatment is a necessity for those who become addicted; otherwise, the changes made to their brains and behavior cannot be reversed as rehab attempts to do, and they will often be unable to stop abusing drugs. With free rehab facilities, those individuals who could not afford this kind of treatment in a more expensive facility can still receive it––and they will specifically be considered first for addiction help as individuals in need of rehab.

The number of drug-induced deaths in Texas was lower than that of the national average. However, this should not be construed as a sign that rehab is less necessary in the state. Everyone deserves a chance at recovery, and the chances are better with professional treatment of an adequate period of time. One of the biggest reasons many individuals leave addiction rehab early is because they feel they cannot afford it; free rehab centers eliminate this issue, and low-cost facilities help alleviate the financial burden somewhat.

Austin, Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston are some of the biggest cities in Texas, and all of them have rehab centers where residents can receive treatment for free. Even smaller towns like Buffalo Gap are home to clinics like these. If you are a Texas resident looking for a second chance at a better life, find the facility closest to you and call today.

Where do calls go?

Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Calls to any general helpline will be answered or returned by one of the treatment providers listed, each of which is a paid advertiser: Rehab Media Group, Recovery Helpline, Alli Addiction Services.

By calling the helpline you agree to the terms of use. We do not receive any commission or fee that is dependent upon which treatment provider a caller chooses. There is no obligation to enter treatment.

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