Drug & Alcohol Rehab Options Near Austin, TX

Austin has the fourth-highest population in Texas and is one of the Lone Star State’s most thriving cities, thanks to its vibrant nightlife and proximity to the University of Texas at Austin. But like most U.S. cities, Austin has many residents struggling with drug and alcohol abuse.

If you or a loved one has lost control of their substance use, this page provides information on addiction treatment options near Austin, what to consider when choosing a Texas rehab, local substance abuse statistics, and more.

Types of Addiction Treatment Near Austin, TX
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Types of Addiction Treatment Near Austin, TX

When choosing an Austin rehab center, you’ll want to begin by reviewing the types of addiction treatment provided by the facility. Determine if the treatment you’ll receive requires you to reside at the facility or if you can attend treatment at the facility while residing elsewhere.
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Austin Addiction Statistics
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Austin Addiction Statistics

In 2021, over 100,000 Americans died from a drug overdose, making it the deadliest year for drug-related deaths in U.S. history. The fallout from substance use and addiction for Austin and Travis County residents mirrors trends being seen nationwide.2

  • In 2021, drug overdoses were the number 1 cause of accidental deaths in Travis County.3
  • In 2021, 262 Travis County residents died of drug overdoses, a 27% from the previous year and an 87% increase from 2015.3,4
  • From 2020 to 2021, fentanyl-related deaths in Travis County increased by a staggering 237%.3
  • In 2022, there were 4,372 charges of driving while intoxicated (DWI) in Travis County, a slight increase from the 4,245 charges filed the previous year.5
  • In 2021, state authorities seized 82,756 pounds of marijuana, 6.2 million doses of LSD, and 109,098 doses of synthetic drugs like fentanyl.6

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Frequently Asked Questions

How close is Austin to Greenhouse Treatment Center?
The drive to Greenhouse Treatment Center is a little over 3 hours, and a flight from Austin to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport takes a little over an hour. This makes Greenhouse Treatment a good option for those who don’t want to be too far from Austin, but far enough away to separate from unhealthy people or environments they associate with substance use.
Do you provide transportation from Austin to Greenhouse?
Sober escort services may be available, and we may offer transport to/from the airport/bus stop. There is also public transportation available from the airport. For questions or help, please call .
Are there other AAC facilities near Austin?
The next closest AAC facility to Austin, TX is Oxford Treatment Center, located in Etta, Mississippi. The facility is 889 miles from Austin, which is about a 14-hour drive or a 90-minute flight into Tupelo Regional Airport. The facility offers medical detox, inpatient/residential treatment, intensive and standard outpatient treatment, PHP, co-occurring disorder care, plus specialized programs such as services for veterans and first responders.
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