Residential Treatment & Sober Living in the Dallas – Ft. Worth Metro

Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Texas doesn’t get grander than our upscale addiction treatment facility located in a former Neiman Marcus spa in Grand Prairie, TX.

Our Texas rehab center is located in the heart of DFW metro area, just outside of Arlington, Greenhouse offers detox, alcohol & drug treatment, and therapy. Our residential treatment in central Texas is a luxurious location to start your recovery.

Rehab Programs & Therapies

Your life is waiting for you at Greenhouse Treatment Center in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area. We take your recovery from drug or alcohol addiction seriously and strive to be the very best Texas rehab center available.

Program & Therapies

Facility Amenities

Photos & Tour

See why so many of our alumni say that Greenhouse Treatment Center feels more like a hotel than a Texas rehab facility.

Address: 1171 107th St, Grand Prairie, TX 75050

Check Your Insurance

When you – or your loved one – arrives, you’ll find a team of compassionate caregivers who will offer an onsite drug and alcohol intake assessment before starting treatment. You’ll also find camaraderie with other people at Greenhouse Treatment Center who have committed to changing their lives, too.
Most insurance plans are required to offer some form of coverage for rehab. Learn how to use health insurance to pay for rehab and what your plan covers by checking your insurance benefits with our free, secure tool below.
We’ll be able to tell you if your provider is in network with Greenhouse and all American Addiction Centers locations. This means your treatment may be FREE1 depending on your policy, copay, and deductible.
90 Day Brand Promise Icon

Our Promise to You

When you invest and successfully complete 90 consecutive days at an American Addiction Centers facility, we believe that you have created the most solid foundation for your long-term goals of sobriety. In the event that you experience a relapse, you are welcome back for a complimentary 30 days of our treatment*.

*Terms and conditions may apply, and results may vary.

I Feel 100 Times Better

I’ve got to thank everybody. It’s an excellent, excellent program… I’m moving forward and not looking at the past.

It’s a place that cares

When I arrived at the place, I felt like I was going to be okay… This place is dual-diagnosis so its not only drugs or alcohol but also depression or something else. I wanted to be treated… I feel really good now.

I understand why I have a problem

Any problem that I’ve ever had, drinking was involved… They give you the tools or help the build foundation to be successful when you leave.

This place saved my life

I was sick & tired of hurting my family. I was in denial big time… Finally I’m going uphill … Its the best decision of my life.

Physically & mentally, I feel stronger.

I got tired of seeing everyone smiling and being happy… asking myself “what are they so happy about?”. I want to feel that… It has changed my life. In some ways, it's saved me from me.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I smoke at the rehab facility?

Yes, each of our facilities allow smoking including our residential treatment center in Texas. However, there are restrictions on cigarettes brought into the facility. All cigarettes must be brought to the facility in unopened packs or cartons. Any cigarettes sent by friends or family must also be unopened. For additional information, please speak to staff at check-in.

Can pregnant women attend your drug and alcohol rehab in Texas?

While it is up to the discretion of facility staff, we will generally accept pregnant women with no major medical issues.

Do you provide transportation to treatment?

We can provide rehab transportation services to inpatient treatment and, in some cases, to outpatient treatment. Please discuss your travel plans with us in detail so we can provide the appropriate transportation.

Does the facility have translation services?

Translation services may be available on an as-need basis, with some facilities having services more readily available than others. Our goal is to make treatment accessible to anyone who wants it. We also provide ASL translation in some cases. Please make sure to communicate your need for translation services, and we will work with you.

How much does it cost and do they accept insurance?

Cost will vary from patient to patient. We make payment easy by offering many ways to pay for your addiction treatment. We will accept many private insurance plans and also work with you to pay for your out-of-pocket costs, including payment plans. You can read more about paying for treatment here. While we do not accept Medicaid or Medicare, we will work with you to find a way to make your treatment affordable.

What happens in case of emergency?

Patient safety is our first priority at Greenhouse. Should a natural disaster occur that impacts patients and staff, we will release or relocate anyone who is affected. In an emergency situation such as a wildfire or hurricane, we may halt all facility admissions. Should a medical emergency occur, we will follow all directions the patient gave us upon admissions. In an emergency, we will reach out to the primary emergency contact. If none has been provided, we will follow the instructions the client provided when they arrived. If you need to reach out to patient to inform them of an emergency, you can call us directly at 817-649-3700 or you can call their cell phone, if they have access.

Do you accept couples into your Texas rehab center?

We accept couples; however, our facilities are separated into men's and women's areas so couples may not share a room.

Is addiction treatment completely voluntary, and can I choose to leave Greenhouse once I've been admitted?

We never force anyone to attend or stay in our facility. We encourage all patients to complete treatment, however, and will provide counseling for those who communicate a wish to leave early or against medical advice (AMA). If you or a loved one is in crisis or immediate danger, do not wait to get help. Call local emergency services or get help from national resources such as the National Suicide Hotline (1-800-273-8255) or the National Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (1-800-662-4357.)

What Addiction Terms & Definitions should I know?

When you're looking for information about substance abuse and addiction treatment, there are some terms you need to know. We're here to help. We've put together a list of common terminology to help you understand the disease of addiction as well as your options for treatment.