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Drug Rehabs in Grand Prairie, TX

Grand Prairie, Texas, suffers from high rates of drug and alcohol addiction issues just as the rest of the Dallas-Fort Worth area does. Luckily, many treatment options are available.

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Meth Abuse in Grand Prairie, Texas

The opioid epidemic is affecting millions of Americans daily, but in Grand Prairie, Texas, more residents are battling meth addiction. For more than ten years, Texas has struggled with high rates of meth abuse. For a brief period of time around 2005 and 2006, meth abuse rates decreased in the entire state. Sadly, the numbers of Texas meth abuse are back on the rise. From 2011 and onward, many cities like Grand Prairie have witnessed a drastic rise in meth use, with much of the supply coming from Mexico.

In 2015, there were 861 admissions for methamphetamine abuse in Dallas county, home of Grand Prairie. By 2011, there were 945 admissions in Dallas County. Meth has become so mainstream in Dallas county, it has been found in unexpected places. For example, 5 racehorses recently tested positive for meth. Experts say it is due to human contact with meth and cross-contamination to the horses.

Grand Prairie Teenage Drug and Alcohol Abuse

In 2007, 74% of Dallas county youth—including high schoolers—reported drug or alcohol abuse. By 2011, the numbers declined by 3%, resulting in 71% reporting drug or alcohol abuse. Alcohol use decreased from 39% in 2007 to 35% in recent years. Dallas County adolescent marijuana use slightly increased from 40.3% to 41% in the same time frame. Cocaine use in Dallas county teens in 2007 was at 12%, but declined in recent years. Lastly, heroin abuse in teens in 2007 was at 2.4%, increasing to 3.3% in 2011.

Dallas county high school-aged teens also abused other drugs, including inhalants, prescription opioids. 7.7% of Dallas county high schoolers used prescription drugs without a prescription from a medical professional in 2009.

Inpatient Treatment for Substance Abuse in Grand Prairie

Patients can choose between recovery in inpatient and outpatient treatment. Both offer benefits and challenges for patients seeking treatment for substances. Inpatient treatment for substance abuse disorders offer the best hands-on recovery options. In addition to the hands-on interaction and treatment, (like 12-step programs), patients are under the continued medical care of a professional.

They can detox under the compassion of a treatment professional and ensure they have the community to encourage them into living a drug and alcohol-free life. Lastly, patients can travel for inpatient rehab, experiencing substance abuse treatment in a different city or state. This has been proven to be better for the individual, as they are far removed from distractions that can be reminders of addition. Most programs in inpatient rehab range from 28 days to 6 months.

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With just 30 days at a rehab center, you can get clean and sober, start therapy, join a support group, and learn ways to manage your cravings.

Outpatient Treatment For Substance Abuse In Grand Prairie

The alternative to inpatient rehab is outpatient rehab. This option is budget-friendly and allows patients to heal part time. Patients who have demanding commitments and cannot afford to attend inpatient rehab can still benefit from weekly counseling sessions. Just like inpatient rehab, patients can attend 12-Step meetings. The patient has the freedom to maintain their lifestyle with treatment, staying in the facility between 10 to 12 hours a week.

Although this method has a higher relapse rate, patients do gain access to the best treatment available for their substance use disorder. Additionally, most programs lasts 3 months—a much shorter time compared in inpatient treatment. Finally, the patient can be around friends and family in order to receive needed support.

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Struggling with a substance abuse disorder does not have to be a life sentence. Know there is help available, and dedicated treatment providers are available to answer questions. Contact a caring treatment provider today to learn about the next steps forward towards recovery.

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Government Programs

Find local government programs that promote sober living and will help you find peace in your day to day life.

Name Location Phone
Dallas Area Narcotics Anonymous PO Box 12094
Dallas, Texas 75225
888-600-6229
Lone Star Regional Service Office 10420 Plano Rd
Suite 101 Dallas, Texas 75238
214-570-1900
Fort Worth Area NA PO Box 470033
Fort Worth, TX 76147
817-335-6360

College Programs

The DBU Counseling Center

Dallas Baptist University

3000 Mountain Creek Pkwy
Dallas, TX 75211

Counseling and Psychological Services

The University of Texas at Arlington

701 S. Nedderman Drive
Arlington, TX 76019

The UD Counseling Program

University of Dallas

1845 East Northgate Drive
Irving, Texas 75062-4736

Counseling Services

Criswell College

4010 Gaston Ave
Dallas, TX 75246

SMU Counseling Services

Southern Methodist University

6211 Bishop Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75205

Counseling Services

Paul Quinn College

Dallas
TX 75241

Counseling Center

Texas Wesleyan University

3110 E Rosedale St
Fort Worth, TX 76105

Student Advising and Guidance

Dallas Institute of Funeral Service

3909 S Buckner Blvd
Dallas, TX 75227

TCU Alcohol & Drug Education

Texas Christian University

2800 S University Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76129

AA and NA Meetings in Grand Prairie

Name Address Fellowship Hours
Dallas Intergroup Association 6162 E Mockingbird Lane, Ste 213 Dallas, Texas 75214 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Monday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Tuesday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Wednesday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Thursday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Friday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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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