Inpatient & Outpatient Addiction Treatment in West Texas

Finding the addiction recovery program that is right for you or your loved one can be a daunting process. For those struggling in the West Texas area, there are a variety of treatment clinics to choose from.

Before signing up for a program, it’s important to take the time to consider what levels of care or treatment methods are best suited to help you or your loved one. Continue reading to learn more about what to look for as you search for the right addiction recovery program.

Find Drug & Alcohol Rehab in West Texas
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Find Drug & Alcohol Rehab in West Texas

One of the most critical elements of an addiction recovery program to consider when looking for the right treatment center is the continuum of care, meaning which types of treatment the facility offers.

The addiction treatment care continuum includes a wide range of programs that may be offered at various facilities, such as:

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Addiction Statistics in West Texas
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Addiction Statistics in West Texas

In Texas, 19% of residents reported instances of excessive or binge drinking at some point in 2021.1 The counties with the highest rates of excessive drinking in 2021 were Borden, Clay, Carson, Travis, Hays, and Archer County.1

Dallas and Harris County reported a combined total of more than 1000 deaths resulting from alcohol impairment in 2021.2 There were five other counties—El Paso, Hidalgo, Travis, Tarrant, and Bexar—in Texas that individually recorded more than 100 deaths resulting from impaired driving in the same year.2

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Frequently Asked Questions

How close is Greenhouse Treatment Center to West Texas?
Greenhouse Treatment Center is located in Grand Prairie, Texas, near the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Travel time depends on where in West Texas patients are traveling from. El Paso, Texas, is about 623 miles away from the Greenhouse Treatment Center in Grand Prairie, which means patients can expect a travel time of roughly 8 hours by car and 2 hours by plane.
Does Greenhouse provide travel to and from West Texas?
There are a variety of public transportation options in the Dallas/Fort Worth area that can facilitate transportation both to and from Greenhouse Treatment Center. In some cases, staff at the Greenhouse facility may be able to arrange transportation to the airport or bus station.
Are there other AAC facilities near West Texas?
After the Grand Prairie facility, the closest American Addiction Centers facility to the West Texas area is the Desert Hope Treatment Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Depending on where patients are traveling from, the Desert Hope Center is around 900 miles away from West Texas. The Desert Hope Treatment Center offers a full range of addiction recovery services, including medical detox, outpatient programs, and more.
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