Drug Rehabs in Plano, TX

Plano, Texas suffers from similar addiction issues as the rest of the state, especially meth, alcohol, and opioids. Luckily, there are many treatment options available both locally and nationally.

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Riverwalk Ranch

Mansfield, TX

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Belton, TX

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Cross Creek Hospital

Austin, TX

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Recovery Unplugged Austin Rehab Center

Austin, TX

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Austin, TX

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Austin, TX



Starlite Recovery Center

Center Point, TX

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Vermilion Behavioral Health Systems

Lafayette, LA

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Acadiana Treatment Center

Sunset, LA

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Lakeland Behavioral Health System

Springfield, MO

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Sunflower Wellness Retreat

Osawatomie, KS

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Plano’s Struggle with Drug Abuse

Plano, Texas has endured problems with substance abuse for many years. The combination of illicit substances like heroin, meth and cocaine has caused many concerns. In recent years, Plano has been suffering from the opioid epidemic that affects millions of Americans every day. Recently, local law enforcement seized crystal meth worth $100 million in Plano. Local police also found $18 million in cocaine smuggled in bananas. Prescription opioids are also used by local residents. However, the most serious prevalent drug used in Planon is heroin.

Plano Heroin Deaths

Plano has earned a reputation for high rates of heroin overdose. Between 1995 and 1999, Plano gained notoriety through the loss of 15 residents due to heroin. For this reason, Plano became dubbed as “heroin town.” Since then, the city has lost 7 people in 2013, out of the 371 statewide heroin overdoses that year. Despite lower recent deaths rates in Plano, heroin abuse rates have increased, much like the rest of America’s.

Both older and younger Plano natives suffer heroin dependences, most of whom don’t make the news. Several speculate heroin increases–specifically in older populations–stem from transitioning from prescription opioids to heroin once someone grows dependent. Younger people are still abusing heroin in droves. Recently, a 16-year-old high school student died of a heroin overdose, and a 14-year-old high suffered the same fate. Aside these news cases, daily statistics of heroin abuse in Plano youth does not make news because young people are abusing heroin, but not overdosing. Speculations suggest the city’s young natives have much pressure to succeed and due to affluence, have the money to buy drugs.

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Short-Term Effects of Heroin Abuse

Heroin, a highly addictive opioid, has devastating effects on the millions who abuse it. Originating from the opium poppy plant, the illicit opioid changes both the brain’s chemistry and the physical makeup of the person. The result is often a series of behaviors that cause family members and friends deep concern. People can become hyperactive, elated, and irritable. Other effects of heroin use result in both fatal and non-fatal overdoses. Short-term and long-term effects of heroin vary, depending on whether or not someone has a dependence, or has abusing heroin for years.

Injecting heroin has visible short-term effects like needle marks in the arm and the euphoric rush of endorphins. Highs can last anywhere from 30 minutes to 1 or more hours, depending on the quality, amount, and form of the drug. People high on heroin often have dilated pupils, feelings of safety, low body temperatures, and elevated mood.

Long-Term Effects of Heroin Abuse

Long-term effects include a tolerance to heroin. This is dangerous, because it allows the individual to seek out stronger but potentially lethal substances despite the consequences. This act of drug seeking can accompany behavioral habits like stealing, prostitution, homelessness (from inability to maintain a job), and aggression. People who inject heroin may have scarring and abscesses on their arms.

Personal hygiene may suffer as a result of their focus on getting high. Most dangerously, those who use heroin often combine it with other drugs (known as polydrug use), or turn to stronger opioids like fentanyl. Fentanyl is more potent than heroin, with an extremely high addiction and fatal overdose rate. One of the most fatal combinations includes both heroin and fentanyl, a common drug cocktail many don’t realize they’re abusing.

Heroin Withdrawal

Heroin withdrawal generally affects the person struggling with heroin abuse within a day or 2 of stopping use. Individuals struggling with heroin abuse continue to use heroin to avoid the severe chills, vomiting, itching, nausea, and muscle pain that follows. Other withdrawal symptoms for heroin include muscle and bone pain, cold flashes, and shaking. The person may also feel depressed, anxious, and have trouble sleeping. Such effects may encourage relapse, especially if someone is attempting to detox at home without the care of a professional.

Get Help for Alcohol and Drug Abuse in Plano

Quitting heroin, meth, and other substances “cold turkey” is not advised. Medical supervision is best, as it provides the patient with the best medicine and support. Don’t hesitate to contact a caring treatment provider today to locate facilities and treatment.

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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
Lone Star Regional Service Office 10420 Plano Rd
Suite 101 Dallas, Texas 75238
Dallas Area Narcotics Anonymous PO Box 12094
Dallas, Texas 75225

College Programs

Student Counseling Center

The University of Texas at Dallas

The Student Counseling Center gives services and projects intended to help students in accomplishing passionate prosperity and help oversee individual requests that may meddle with academic advance.

800 W. Campbell Rd.
SSB45, Richardson, TX 75080-3021

SMU Counseling Services

Southern Methodist University

Counseling Services advances solid student improvement and working by means of a complete and cooperative way to deal with treatment. Counseling Services staff work firmly together to give four unique levels of care: proactive/safeguard instruction, assessment, brief psychotherapy, and mental counsel.

6211 Bishop Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75205

Counseling Services

Criswell College

Student Services Office’s essential objective is students’ achievement. To achieve this objective requires the same numbers of services as there are needs. The Student Services Office is here to help students in any possible way, regardless of whether it is in one of the territories underneath or simply getting an student pointed the correct way.

4010 Gaston Ave
Dallas, TX 75246

Student Advising and Guidance

Dallas Institute of Funeral Service

It is the feeling of the college that the student should be grown-up in all areas, not only scholastic. Hence advising becomes a must for the students. It is hoped that students will not hide anything and reveal their issues to the advisers whenever required with the assurance that all their problems shared will be confidential.

3909 S Buckner Blvd
Dallas, TX 75227

The UD Counseling Program

University of Dallas

We provide counseling allied to all past due teenager and early adulthood problems (as an example, personal identity and social and relationship worries), college existence problems (managing the diverse demanding situations of college existence together with handling time and interacting with new social agencies), and psychological issues which include pressure, melancholy, nervousness, self-esteem and self-image, and family of origin troubles.

1845 East Northgate Drive
Irving, Texas 75062-4736

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