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Addiction Treatment In Waxahachie, TX

You can find several treatment options near Waxahachie, including Dallas and its surrounding areas. You can locate detox programs, residential rehab programs, and alumni and aftercare services within this region of Texas. As you search, look for services that fit your unique needs and situation.

Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs

Detox programs help you to overcome the physical symptoms that occur when you stop using drugs or alcohol. Detox programs take place under medical supervision and can include medications that help you cope with painful, uncomfortable, and potentially risky withdrawal symptoms.

Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Inpatient or residential rehab programs provide you with a substance-free, supportive environment 24-hours a day. Residential programs seek to build a therapeutic community where the environment helps you to heal and recover along with evidence-based therapy. Inpatient treatment can last 28 days up to six months or longer.

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Residential treatment can also provide gender-specific care and other specialized programs like treatment for co-occurring mental health needs. It can offer experiences that help you build living skills and improve your emotional and physical health. This may include wilderness experiences, yoga, and music therapy.

Outpatient Treatment

A program that offers treatment within the community, outpatient programs can be more or less intensive depending on how often you attend treatment each week. Outpatient treatment combines evidence-based therapies with recovery support services and experiences. Most outpatient programs recommend you have a strong network of support outside of treatment.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

MAT (medication-assisted treatment) has been used for several decades to treat alcohol and opioid use disorders. MAT uses FDA-approved medications including buprenorphine, naltrexone, and methadone. These medications are combined with evidence-based therapy and activities to help you build living skills for recovery.

Aftercare And Alumni Services

Alumni and aftercare programs play an important role in the recovery process. You can continue to participate in evidence-based group and individual therapy. Peer support groups, including 12-step meetings, can also play a role in maintaining a lasting recovery.

Length Of Addiction Treatment

Substance use disorder treatment programs are most effective when the length of the program is individualized.

Some common treatment program lengths include:

  • 30-day programs
  • 60-day programs
  • 90-day programs
  • 120-day programs

How To Pay For Treatment

Nearly all addiction treatment programs in Texas accept major health insurance policies. Medicaid and STAR Medicaid also pay for most treatment services, including testing, inpatient treatment, and detox. Programs can also offer discounts, scholarships, and payment plans.

Substance Use Trends In Waxahachie And Ellis County, Texas

In 2018, more than 300,000 prescriptions for opioid painkillers were provided to Ellis County’s 189,032 residents.

Other facts from Ellis County include:

  • Ellis County residents placed 42 calls to the Poison Hotline for opioid overdoses in 2017, up from 34 calls in 2017.
  • Seven people in Ellis County died in a DUI-related auto crash in 2017.

The Nearest Vertava Health Treatment Center

Vertava Health Texas in Scurry, Texas is located on 40 acres of land only 45 minutes from Waxahachie. You’ll find streams, lakes, rustic bridge crossings, and ziplines crossing our peaceful and serene property.

Along with wilderness experiences and equine therapy, we offer evidence-based counseling and treatment tailored to the needs of men, women, dual diagnosis clients, and others with special needs, including trauma survivors.

To get started with admissions process at Vertava Health, connect with a treatment specialist by contacting us today.