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Since we do not provide drug or alcohol treatment in Houston, Texas those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction should contact our referral line for help as soon as possible.

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At our Drug Treatment Facility we are dedicated in helping you or your loved ones. We feel very strongly about helping people overcome their drug or alcohol addictions in a safe, medically supervised and supportive environment. Our primary job is to help you get sober – and stay sober – restoring your hope in yourself and your future. We are different than all the other drug treatment centers. All in one location we offer a complete range of Alcohol Rehab/Detox and Drug Rehab/Detox services, to ensure your complete healing and recovery:

  • Medical Alcohol and Drug Detox
  • Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab
  • A Treatment Center for Dual Diagnosis
  • PHP Program
  • IOP Program
  • Start The Healing

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is the fourth largest city in the United States and the largest city . It has a population of 2.3 million people and is the seat of Harris County. was founded on August 30, 1836 and incorporated in 1837. Oil was discovered in 1901. is home to the Medical Center, the world’s largest concentration of healthcare and research institutions. It is also home to the Johnson Space Center, the home of Mission Control for NASA. ‘s large population is comprised of various ethnicities and religions, making it a diverse city. The economy is healthy, primarily because of the energy industry of oil and natural gas, aerospace, healthcare and biotechnology. is the energy capital of the world. was first on Forbes list of the Best Cities to Buy a Home. has the third largest Hispanic population in the United States, and more Hispanic residents than any other city . was the first city to elect an openly gay mayor, Annise Parker, in 2009. has, unfortunately, the third highest murder rate in the country. The increase in crime has been primarily fueled by drugs. is a significant hub for the trafficking of cocaine, methamphetamine, MDMA, heroin and marijuana into the state.
is a big state and shares its border with Mexico. This fact has made drug trafficking a huge problem for law enforcement and state government. The drug trade is big business and has been connected to the influx of illegal immigrants coming across the border. The passage of NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) more than ten years ago has increased the amount of drug trafficking. Rural, desolate areas in New Mexico and western have long provided a haven for drug smugglers. Large amounts of drugs are seized at the -Mexico border every day. Drug traffickers get warehouses in El Paso where they hide the drugs and the money from drug sales. Drug traffickers often recruit mules to transport the drugs. Cocaine is available in large quantities . Most of the supply is made into crack cocaine and sold for high prices on the streets. The supply of crack cocaine has infiltrated schools and abuse of the drug is widespread in the state.
Heroin trafficking continues in large amounts from Mexico, and the medical consequences from heroin abuse and overdose deaths continue. Methamphetamine is the most abused drug and most of the supply comes into the state from Mexico. The ban of ephedrine made secret laboratories rare, but the laboratories are still a health and safety hazard in many communities. Club drugs are a problem in the state, primarily in the large cities with high school and college students. As in every other state in the country, prescription drug addiction continues to grow at an alarming rate. The state of has a severe shortage of physicians. This has forced physicians from outside to have permission to write prescriptions. The prescription drug crisis has created many social, criminal and economic problems in the state.

For more information on state-funded treatment programs contact,

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For more information on state-funded treatment programs contact,
The Behavioral and Community Health Services, Department of State Health Services
1100 West 49th Street, Mail Code 2067,
Austin, , 78756
(877) 966-3784.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Abilene 325-673-2711
Amarillo 806-373-4600
Arlington 817-261-8616
Austin 512-444-0071
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Brownsville 956-544-8530
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Midland 432-682-8162
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Narcotics Anonymous

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Amarillo 866-431-6262
Austin 512-480-0004
Brazos Valley 979-822-9094
Brownwood 325-646-1903
Corpus Christi 361-992-2113
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El Paso 915-566-6060
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Dynamic Life Recovery Centers
Dynamic Life Recovery Centers
1905 South 25th Street
Fort Pierce
(713) 428-2196