Inpatient and Outpatient Addiction Treatment Near El Paso, Texas

Between 2019 and 2020, there was a 43% increase in drug-related deaths in El Paso County.1 Deaths from fentanyl in the county more than doubled in that same period.1

These types of statistics are not limited to El Paso County but reflect a troubling trend taking place across the country. The need for drug and alcohol rehab for those struggling with addiction has never been more urgent. This guide is designed to help those who are struggling find the care they need.

 

Finding Rehab Near El Paso
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Finding an Addiction Treatment Facility Near El Paso

There are many factors to consider when deciding which addiction treatment facility to choose. That’s why it’s important to take the time to research each facility thoroughly to ensure it's a good fit for the individual entering treatment.
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El Paso Addiction Statistics & Local Info

Health officials in El Paso and El Paso County reported a marked increase in substance misuse in the region for 2020. The consequences of this public health crisis impact the entire community:
  • In 2020, there were 128 deaths due to acute drug toxicity in El Paso County.3
  • Drug overdose was the number one cause of accidental death in El Paso County, which was the first time in five years it exceeded the number of deaths by blunt force injuries, including car accidents.3
  • In 2020, some 40% of drug-related deaths in the county were caused by a combination of substances.1
  • Deaths from use of fentanyl, methamphetamine, cocaine, and heroin all increased in the county in 2020.1

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Frequently Asked Questions

How close is the Greenhouse Treatment Center to El Paso?
Greenhouse Treatment Center is about a one hour and 45-minute flight or a nine-hour drive from El Paso. The facility is located in Grand Prairie, Texas, which is approximately 624 miles away. Many people find it helpful to travel away from home to attend rehab. This allows them to get away from the circumstances and relationships that trigger them to use drugs or alcohol.
Does Greenhouse Treatment Center provide transportation to and from El Paso?
Sober escort services may be available, as well as transport to/from the airport/bus stop in El Paso. There is also public transportation available from the airport. When you begin the admissions process, we can help you understand your transportation options.
Are there other AAC facilities near El Paso?
The next closest AAC facility to El Paso, Texas, is the Desert Hope Treatment Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The facility is 730 miles from El Paso, which is only about an hour and a half flight into the Las Vegas Airport. The facility provides inpatient, outpatient, and sober living treatment. Amenities include indoor and outdoor recreational areas, community spaces, gym/fitness center, and nutritionally balanced meals.
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