Despite being such a large state with multiple large municipalities, Texas actually has a relatively low number of drug and alcohol rehab centers and people receiving treatment. There are less than 500 total rehabilitation programs (both inpatient and outpatient) in Texas, and they combine to provide services to about 35,000 people on a given day.

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Texas Addiction Treatment Information

In a single-day count, more than 34,700 people in Texas were enrolled in substance use treatment, which was a slight increase from a few years before, though the number has remained fairly steady.

Texas treatment enrollments

Among people in Texas enrolled in a drug or alcohol rehabilitation program in a single-day count, 44.6% were in treatment for drug use only, 15.0% were in treatment for alcohol use only, and 40.4% were in treatment for both
drug and alcohol use.

Texas rehab perentages

In Texas, about 1.4 million people aged 12 or older were dependent on or abused alcohol within the year prior to being surveyed.

About 473,000 people in Texas aged 12 or older were dependent on or abused illicit drugs within the previous year.

About 1.2 million adults aged 21 or older in Texas reported heavy alcohol use within the past month.

Among people in Texas aged 12 or older with alcohol dependence or abuse, about 82,000 received treatment for their alcohol use within the year prior to being surveyed.

In a single-day count 11,649 people in Texas were receiving methadone as part of their substance use treatment, and 673 were receiving buprenorphine. The number of methadone users has steadily increased over that past few years, while there has been fluctuation in the number o buprenorphine patients.

In Texas, among people aged 12 or older with illicit drug dependence or abuse, about 43,000 individuals received treatment for their illicit drug use within the past year.

Texas Drug Rehabs by City

Texas Addiction Recovery Support

– Rio Grande Region (El Paso)
– Tejas Bluebonnet Region
– Esperanza Area (Laredo, San Antonio) Phone: 210.434-0665
– Boerne, Canyon Lake, Fredericksburg Phone: 855.864-2262
– Lone Star Regional Service Office Phone: 214.570-1900
– Lone Star Region Phone: 888.629-6757
– Dallas Area Phone: 972.699-9306
– Heart of Texas Area (Killeen, Temple, Waco) Phone: 254.424-5526
– Tri-Country Area (Galveston, Fort Bend & Brazoria Counties) Phone: 888.955-8822
– Big Country Area (San Angelo) Phone: 325.657-6646
– Coastal Bend Area (Victoria) Phone: 361.572-5500
– Southeast Texas Area (Orange, Beaumont, Port Arthur, Nederland) Phone: 855.627-3826
– Central Texas Area Phone: 512.480-0004
– Houston Area Phone: 713.661-4200
– Northside Area (Galveston, Santa Fe) Phone: 713.661-4200
– Not High Plains Area (Amarillo, Spearman, Dalhart) Phone: 806.429-2171
– Fort Worth Area Office Phone: 817.335-6360
– Red River Region Phone: 888.851-1246
– Rio Grande Valley Area (McAllen, Brownsville) Phone: 956.227-0362
– Lone Star Region – En Espanol Phone: 888.600-6229
– Brazos Valley Area Phone: 979.822-9094

Texas State Agency Resources

Texas Department of State Health Services
P. O. Box 149347
Austin, TX 78714-9347
Phone Number: (877)-966-3784
Fax Number: (512)-206-5306