Inpatient & Outpatient Rehab Near Houston

If you or a loved one is struggling with a substance use disorder, remember that there is hope.

To help answer your questions about addiction treatment near Houston, Texas, we have compiled resources that you might find beneficial. Below you will find information on:

  • The different types of treatment for substance use.
  • The costs associated with rehab and potential payment options.
  • Data and statistics about substance abuse in and around Houston, Texas.

Drug & Alcohol Rehab Near Houston, Texas
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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Near Houston, Texas

There are many things to consider when searching for the right Texas rehab center near Houston. Common factors that may influence your decision include:
  • Location.
  • Cost and insurance.
  • Amenities and program features.
  • Levels of care offered
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Houston, Texas Addiction Statistics
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Houston, Texas Addiction Statistics

The impacts of drug and alcohol abuse can be felt far and wide in the Houston area, both by those struggling with substance abuse and the surrounding communities. The statistics below illustrate the state of addiction and substance use in Houston and Harris County. In 2020, an estimated 7.3% of Harris County residents engaged in past-month illicit drug use, with the state of Texas as a whole averaging 7.8%.1 The prevalence of illicit drugs in Harris County undoubtedly plays a role in the death rate due to drug poisoning in the county, which is 12.4 deaths per 100,000 population.2

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Frequently Asked Questions

How close is Greenhouse Treatment Center to Houston?
Greenhouse Treatment Center, located in Grand Prairie, Texas, is a 4-hour drive from the heart of Houston up I-45N. There are also bus routes that travel from Houston to Grand Prairie, enabling travel for those who cannot or do not wish to drive. Alternatively, it’s just over 1 hour if you were to fly. While there is some travel time from Houston, some find that a change of scenery is just what they need as they undergo the recovery process.
Do You Provide Transportation from Houston to Greenhouse?
Sober escort services, as well as transportation to the airport or bus stop, may be available for your trip from Houston depending on your circumstances.
Are there other AAC facilities near Houston?
The nearest AAC facility is in Oxford, Mississippi, which is approximately a 90-minute flight from the Houston airport. The Oxford Treatment Center is an elegant facility set amongst tranquil scenery offering equine therapy and other desirable amenities. It is another option available to those seeking treatment who think they might benefit from a more substantial change in location.
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