Drug Rehabs in El Paso, TX

El Paso, Texas, is a major hub of drug activity due to its proximity to Ciudad Juarez. Border Patrol seizures mirror common addictions: meth and heroin.

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Multiple Levels of Care

877-484-7367

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Tucson, AZ

Full Spectrum of Care

855-889-6553

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Santa Fe, NM

Multiple Levels of Care

844-285-2916

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Tucson, AZ

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866-284-8473

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Chandler, AZ

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855-338-0838

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Scottsdale, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care

844-225-8937

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Scottsdale, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care

844-931-1105

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Phoenix, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care

877-814-9868

Starlite Recovery Center

Center Point, TX

Multiple Levels of Care

855-349-1116

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Austin, TX

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855-958-1650

Recovery Unplugged Austin Treatment Center

Austin, TX

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844-291-5968

Cross Creek Hospital

Austin, TX

Multiple Levels of Care

844-808-4236

Drug Abuse Trends in El Paso, Texas

El Paso, Texas, is a 248 square-mile city located on the Rio Grande river across from Ciudad Juarez, the most populated city in the Mexican state of Chihuahua. The city itself is home to 683,577 residents, and there are over 2.7 million people in the El Paso-Juarez-Las Cruces metro area. Spanish for “The Pass,” El Paso is considered both a High-Intensity Drug Trafficking Area and transshipment hub for illicit substances – primarily methamphetamine and heroin. Accordingly, there was a 103% increase in meth seizures at the Texas-Mexico border between 2014 and 2016. However, as gruesome as the Mexican drug cartel violence remains across the border, El Paso has consistently ranked as one of the safest cities in America.

“Virtually all controlled substances are readily available” in the area. Opioid abuse and death in El Paso have yet to match national levels; 54 overdose deaths were opioid-related in 2016. Heroin abuse rates have risen during what is commonly known as the “Third Wave” of the opioid epidemic, yet methamphetamine abuse is much more common in the rural, mountainous area. Today, clandestine meth labs have been replaced by imported, purer forms of meth, including the smokable Mexican “Ice” or “Glass.” Additionally, alcohol and marijuana are common substances of abuse.

El Paso Addiction Statistics

44

thousand

44,000 pounds of marijuana were seized by El Paso Border Patrol in 2014.

366

cases

In 2014, 366 poison control cases in Texas involved meth, with an average victim age of 29.

500

percent

Methamphetamine treatment rates increased by 500% between 1995 and 2014.

Addiction Treatment in El Paso

Among El Paso adults, alcoholism remains a primary reason for seeking addiction treatment, though opioid dependence continues to grow. Marijuana and alcohol are common addiction treatments among youth.

There are a number of drug and alcohol rehab options in the El Paso area – with government-funded, private, and faith-based facilities available. Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are among the support groups that regularly meet in the area to help residents maintain their sobriety.

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Traveling from El Paso for Rehab

While considering the cost of rehab, it’s important to consider an individual’s surroundings and comfortability when selecting addiction treatment. To remove themselves from local triggers, some may choose to travel outside of El Paso for drug rehab. Detox and inpatient rehab at an out-of-area facility can help an individual focus on their recovery without worrying about hometown stressors. Also, there may be more options for therapy types and amenities.

If you’re ready to talk about your rehab options, speak with a dedicated treatment provider today.

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Government Programs

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Northwest Texas Area 66P.O. BOX 371521
EL PASO, TX 79937-1521

College Programs

Counseling and Psychological Services

The University of Texas at El Paso

The UCC provides outreach and prevention programs as well as career decision making skills. To enhance the mental fitness of students and support the educational mission of UTEP is the mission of Counseling and Psychological Services. For currently enrolled UTEP students who seek personal and professional growth it provides mental health services and crisis interventions.

500 W University Ave
El Paso, TX 79968

Southwest Counseling Center Inc.

Southwest University at El Paso

Call us to take a prior appointment at (575)647-2800 with respect to sliding scale, Medicaid, Medicare, and insurance. Individual, group, family & youngsters medical aid. Patient mental state medical aid & patient habit program. Alternative programs include: mobile crisis, anger management, assertive communication treatment, nursing and medical services and case management Bilingual therapists.

500 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE | EL PASO
TX 79968

Drug and Alcohol Abuse and Prevention Program

International Business College-El Paso

A drug and alcohol free campus is the main motto of International Business College (IBC) through which they are very committed. Being aware of the dangers caused by alcohol or drug abuse and prevent such abuses from happening in campus IBC makes sure every staff, faculty and student on campus are also aware about it.

1155 N Zaragoza Rd
El Paso, TX 79907

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