Inpatient & Outpatient Rehab Near Irving
Irving is a city centrally located in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area in northeast Texas. As part of the state’s second-largest county, Irving has many residents struggling with drug and alcohol addiction.
If you or a loved one has lost control of their substance use, this page provides information on addiction treatment options near Irving, what to consider when choosing a Texas rehab, local substance abuse statistics, and more.
Alcohol & Drug Rehab Near Irving
Addiction Treatment Options
When it comes to addiction treatment, there is no one-size-fits-all approach that works best for everyone. At Greenhouse, we offer different types of addiction treatment designed to meet each patient’s individual needs.
Our levels of care include:
- Often the first step in the recovery process.
- Ensures patient safety and comfort as the body rids itself of toxins like drugs and alcohol.
- Patients have access to around-the-clock care and medical support.
- Our highest, most intensive level of care, where patients stay on-site and have access to 24/7 medical support.
- Ideal for patients with co-occurring mental health disorders or severe addictions.
- Patients attend a structured schedule of group and individual treatment sessions focused on addressing the thoughts and behaviors that drive addiction.
- Outpatient offerings include partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient (IOP) programs.
- Patients are not required to live at the facility, but we do have a nearby sober living home for those who may need added support and find comfort in surrounding themselves with a like-minded community.
- Patients receive many of the same evidence-based therapies and programs offered in inpatient or residential rehab.
- Our facility also offers select addiction treatment services via telehealth.
- Helps patients sustain long-term recovery and avoid relapse through continued support and resources.
- Aftercare plans may include sober living, where residents live with other recovery-minded individuals and develop healthy habits.
Getting Admitted to Rehab Near Irving
Getting admitted to our drug and alcohol rehab center near Irving is simple and easy.
At Greenhouse, we understand that the cost of drug and alcohol rehab is one of the most common reasons people don’t get the help they need. That’s why we strive to make addiction treatment as affordable and accessible as possible.
Our facility is in-network with many local and national insurance providers, including:
To learn more about using insurance to pay for rehab or other ways to pay for rehab, call us at . Our admissions navigators are available around the clock to answer any questions you may have and help you start treatment today.
You can also check your specific insurance coverage by filling out this quick and confidential .
How to Get to Greenhouse From Irving
Our drug and alcohol rehab facility is located in Grand Prairie, TX, in the DFW metroplex, about a 20-minute drive from Irving.
Local Drug & Alcohol Stats for Irving, TX
In 2020, the substances most commonly involved in fatal overdoses included opioids, psychostimulants (e.g., methamphetamine or “meth”), cocaine, and synthetic opioids (e.g., fentanyl). More than half of the fatal overdoses in Dallas County involved some form of opioid.1
In Dallas County in 2022, driving while intoxicated (DWI) offenses decreased 11% from the previous year. Law enforcement made 6,699 DWI arrests—down from the 7,525 arrests made in 2019. As part of those totals, the Irving Police Department made 846 DWI arrests in 2022 and 911 arrests in 2021.2
Additionally, 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.3
- Texas Addiction Treatment Guide
- Northeast Texas Rehab Guide
- Northwest Texas Addiction Treatment
- Using Narcan for Opioid Overdose in Texas
- Addiction Treatment for Texas College Students
- Insurance Covers Addiction Treatment in Dallas-Forth Worth
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