Drug Rehabs in Fort Worth, TX

There are limited rehab centers in Fort Worth, TX, but traveling a short distance to neighboring areas might be ideal in finding the support and assistance for those struggling with substance abuse.

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Drug And Alcohol Addiction In Fort Worth, Texas

Located in north Texas, Fort Worth is an industrial and commercial hub at the center of a network of highways, some coming directly from the US-Mexico border. The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) routinely tracks illegal drugs crossing the border from various drug cartels and organizations. These drugs move through San Diego to Lubbock to Dallas-Fort Worth or, more commonly, through border towns like El Paso, Laredo, McAllen, and Brownsville, before moving to the DFW area. The most commonly abused substance in Fort Worth has long been alcohol, followed by Marijuana and Methamphetamines.

While there are limited treatment facilities in the immediate area, there are many in surrounding regions that specialize in various forms of addiction and abuse rehab and recovery services.

Drugs Commonly Used In Fort Worth

Many parts of the country suffer heavily from the Opioid Epidemic, but in Tarrant County’s Fort Worth, Opioid addiction and overdose rates are lower than state and national averages. Rather, in this area, the DEA ranks Meth as the number 1 threat. In Fort Worth, Meth addiction and abuse rates have actually increased since Pseudoephedrine (used in cold medicines) became harder to obtain legally. In 2013 and 2014, Meth became the drug detected most in forensic labs – more than either cocaine or cannabinoids.

The most common type of Meth in the city is P2P (phenyl-2-propanone). P2P Meth is purer and more potent and has resulted in a price drop by nearly half. As a result, 91% of Meth found in the area is composed of P2P. However, with the increasingly more common presence of Fentanyl (a potent synthetic Opioid), accidental overdoses have risen by nearly 30% from numbers in 2020.

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Fort Worth Drug Abuse Statistics

33

percent

In Tarrant County, 33% of treatment admissions were for Opioid addiction.

533

Narcan doses

In 2017, the city’s emergency medical services administered Narcan 533 more times than only 2 years prior.

8.2

percent

8.2% of DFW residents can be classified as having a substance use disorder.

Addiction Treatment In Fort Worth

There are a range of addiction intervention services available to the residents of Fort Worth, regardless of their ability to pay. Texans may take advantage of Outreach, Screening, Assessment, and Referral (OSAR) centers for substance abuse treatment. OSARs are split into regions across the state and can help individuals find treatment options.

For Tarrant County residents facing criminal charges due to their addiction, there are a number of programs designed to detox and rehabilitate people. Not only do these intervention and recovery programs reduce rates of recidivism, but they provide vital services to many individuals who might be unable to receive them otherwise. Substance abuse programs offered by the Tarrant County Corrections Department include:

  • Treatment Alternative to Incarceration Program
  • Intensive Day Treatment Program
  • Intensive Outpatient Program
  • Relapse Program
  • Cognitive Program
  • Substance Abuse Aftercare Unit

Get Help In Fort Worth Today

Getting treatment for an addiction is a step towards healthier living. While some may think the cost of rehab is high, in reality, the cost of addiction is even higher. For more information on treatment options, contact a treatment provider today.

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Government Programs

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Name Location Phone
Fort Worth Area NA PO Box 470033
Fort Worth, TX 76147
817-335-6360

College Programs

Counseling Center

Texas Wesleyan University

3110 E Rosedale St
Fort Worth, TX 76105

TCU Alcohol & Drug Education

Texas Christian University

2800 S University Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76129

Counseling and Psychological Services

The University of Texas at Arlington

701 S. Nedderman Drive
Arlington, TX 76019

The DBU Counseling Center

Dallas Baptist University

3000 Mountain Creek Pkwy
Dallas, TX 75211

The UD Counseling Program

University of Dallas

1845 East Northgate Drive
Irving, Texas 75062-4736

Counseling and Outreach Center

Southwestern Adventist University

100 W. Hillcrest Street
Keene, Texas 76059

AA and NA Meetings in Fort Worth

Name Address Fellowship Hours
FORT WORTH CENTRAL OFFICE OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 1501 Hemphill St., Room A, Fort Worth, TX 76104 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Monday: 8:45 am - 4:45 pm, Tuesday: 8:45 am - 4:45 pm, Wednesday: 8:45 am - 4:45 pm, Thursday: 8:45 am - 4:45 pm, Friday: 8:45 am - 4:45 pm

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