Substance Abuse in Texas
Substance Abuse Treatment Options in Texas
Addiction treatment can be performed in a variety of settings. The ideal type of treatment varies depending on the patient’s unique needs.1 People struggling with addiction that are seeking treatment have many options for care in Texas ranging from detox to live-in rehab programs to sober living facilities.
Get Narcan and Overdose Emergency Help in Texas
One of the most helpful tools in the battle against opioid overdose is naloxone. Naloxone is a life-saving drug that can reverse an opioid overdose, buying crucial time for emergency medical services to respond.2
Narcan—a nasal spray device that dispenses naloxone—is simple to use and available at many pharmacies and other locations in Texas without a prescription.16
Does Health Insurance Cover Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Texas?
Yes, many plans cover addiction rehab. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act, each established laws mandating that most insurers provide coverage for addiction treatment, and that these benefits must be equitable to coverage provided for medical and surgical treatment.3, 4
Substance Abuse Help
Common Questions about Rehab
Find information about finding the right rehab for addiction treatment. We also offer FAQs about treatment at Greenhouse: general questions, patient questions, and family questions. We also offer a glossary of addiction, mental health and treatment terms.
Paying for Treatment in Texas
One of the first questions people often ask when considering rehab is, "what will it cost?" Starting recovery does not have to be expensive; in many cases, medical insurance will cover some or all of the costs. Learn more about options for paying for rehab.
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas (BCBS TX) boasts a large network of providers (both HMO and PPO), and Greenhouse Treatment Center is part of that network.