Drug & Alcohol Rehab Guide for Corpus Christi, TX

When you are seeking an addiction recovery program in Corpus Christi or surrounding regions, it can be challenging to determine which of the many treatment centers available will provide the best options for you or your loved one.

Before committing to a program, it’s essential to consider what levels of care, amenities, and therapies are offered. Read on to learn more information that will help you select the treatment center that is equipped to provide the services you need to achieve lasting sobriety.

Addiction Treatment & Rehab Near Corpus Christi
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Addiction Treatment & Rehab Near Corpus Christi

One crucial factor to consider when looking for the addiction recovery program that is right for you is the facility's levels of care. The levels of addiction care are the various programs offered to treat patients. Not all patients have the same medical history or substance abuse background, so many facilities will provide a range of services to best accommodate individual needs.
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Addiction Statistics In & Around Corpus Christi
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Addiction Statistics In & Around Corpus Christi

Many Texans struggle with drug and alcohol abuse, sometimes with devastating consequences. Nueces County—where Corpus Christi is located—reported more than 170 deaths resulting from drug overdose in 2021.1

The state of Texas recorded higher levels of excessive drinking as compared to the national average, with 19% of adults reporting some instance of excessive drinking in 2021.2 In Corpus Christi, roughly 22% of the 223 driving deaths in 2021 were the result of alcohol impairment.3

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Frequently Asked Questions

How close is Corpus Christi to Greenhouse Treatment Center?
It takes about 6 hours to drive from Corpus Christi to the Greenhouse Treatment Center and under 2 to travel by plane. The Greenhouse Center is a good option for Corpus Christi residents because the travel time is manageable, and the treatment center is far away enough to create a healthy recovery environment for patients.
Does Greenhouse provide transportation to and from Corpus Christi?
Greenhouse Treatment Center staff may be able to facilitate transportation to and from the airport or bus stop. Public transportation services in the Dallas/Fort Worth area are also available to accommodate patients.
Are there other AAC facilities near Corpus Christi?
The next closest AAC facility to Corpus Christi is Oxford Treatment Center located in Etta, Mississippi. The Oxford Center is roughly 828 miles from Corpus Christi, which is nearly 13 hours away by car or about 2 hours away by plane. This facility offers a full range of services, including medical detox, residential programs, partial hospitalization care, and more.
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