Drug Rehabs in San Antonio, TX

Drug rehabs in the fast-growing City of San Antonio, Texas, continue to treat increasing numbers of prescription opioid and heroin addictions.

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Starlite Recovery Center

Center Point, TX

Multiple Levels of Care

855-349-1116

Recovery Unplugged – Austin Detox

Austin, TX

Detox

855-958-1650

Recovery Unplugged Austin Treatment Center

Austin, TX

Full Spectrum of Care

844-291-5968

Recovery Unplugged Austin Rehab Center

Austin, TX

Multiple Levels of Care

844-817-9493

Cross Creek Hospital

Austin, TX

Multiple Levels of Care

844-808-4236

Cedar Crest Hospital

Belton, TX

Multiple Levels of Care

888-989-5944

Riverwalk Ranch

Mansfield, TX

Multiple Levels of Care

866-634-7479

Rolling Hills Hospital

Ada, OK

Multiple Levels of Care

877-873-4983

Vermilion Behavioral Health Systems

Lafayette, LA

Multiple Levels of Care

888-494-6620

Acadiana Treatment Center

Sunset, LA

Multiple Levels of Care

855-548-6273

Covington Behavioral Health Hospital

Covington, LA

Multiple Levels of Care

855-454-4120

Northlake Behavioral Health System

Baton Rouge, LA

Full Spectrum of Care

855-402-5289

Drug Abuse Trends in San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas, officially the City of San Antonio, is a city of rich Mexican-American culture and history. The seventh most populous city in the US (and the second-most in Texas), San Antonio forms part of a mega-region known as the “Texas Triangle” with Houston and DallasFort Worth. In a state famous for size, the city’s metropolitan area is home to nearly 2.5 million people. After expanding city limits, Bexar, Medina, and Comal counties include San Antonio. Moreover, the US Air Force and Army maintain bases with thousands of active duty soldiers close to the River City.

This booming population has contributed to historically high crime and drug abuse rates. Unfortunately, the city’s proximity to the US-Mexico border and location along the US highway system make it popular among a number of gangs and drug cartels. In one year, nearly 800,000 pounds of marijuana; 8,000 pounds of cocaine; 500 pounds of methamphetamines; and 100 pounds of heroin were confiscated in the city. Surges in criminal activity led to the deadliest year in 20 years in 2016; homicides increased 61% from the year before. Data shows that 14% of murders were drug-related.

Opioid Abuse and Heroin Addiction in San Antonio

Criminal elements cannot be blamed for the increase in prescription opioid addiction among Texans. San Antonio, and surrounding Bexar County, suffers from some of the highest rates of opioid overdose in the state. Codeine, hydrocodone, oxycodone, and buprenorphine are commonly abused prescriptions.

Following the rise of opioid abuse, heroin addictions have become a major problem. The principal types of heroin in the city are Mexican “black tar” and powdered brown (i.e. black tar heroin turned to powder using Benadryl or other substances). The median age of persons overdosing from heroin fell from 41 to 36 by 2013. Conversely, the rate of newborns with opioid withdrawal symptoms is higher in Bexar County than any other in Texas.

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Addiction Statistics

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percent

About 52% of patients under 30 were admitted to treatment for heroin addiction in Texas in 2013.

2

thousand

In 2016, San Antonio emergency services administered the anti-overdose medication Naloxone more than 2,000 times.

16

percent

16% of heroin treatment patients were “speedballing” heroin with cocaine prior to admission into rehab.

Addiction Treatment in San Antonio

The major funders of San Antonio addiction treatment are State Health Services, the City of San Antonio, Bexar County, and the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Because alcohol is the most commonly abused substance among all age groups, it makes up the largest percentage of addiction treatment seekers. In 2013, nearly one-third of all patients admitted to publicly-funded addiction treatment were treated for alcoholism. The average age was 39 years-old.

Texas Health and Human Services provides residents with a variety of substance abuse treatments with multiple payment options. Recovery services include:

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College Programs

Trinity University Health Services

Trinity University

Wellbeing Services intends to create, actualize and assess all encompassing instructive effort ventures identified with wellbeing and accomplishment to help students in all parts of their maturation, growth, and development. Wellbeing Services underlines issues, for example, the aversion of rape, liquor and other drug abuse, psychological well-being advancement, sustenance, wellness, sexual wellbeing, healthy relationships, stress management, budgetary education, rest, and strength.

Suite 201
One Trinity Place #85, San Antonio, Texas 78212-7200

Counseling Services

Our Lady of the Lake University

To enhance psychological and emotional growth counseling services provides psychological services and support for students. Utilizing brief therapeutic models, the counseling department provides a limited number of psychological services to university students and their families.

411 S.W. 24th St.
San Antonio, Texas 78207

Counseling Services

University of the Incarnate Word

The constantly challenging demands of growth, change, and the extending skylines of learning are now and again distressing, and frequently require an alteration of mentalities and adapting abilities. We are here to enable you to succeed! Our staffs of expert counselors are committed to helping you achieve your objectives.

4301 Broadway St
San Antonio, TX 78209

Personal Counselling

Galen College of Nursing-San Antonio

The students find an exceptionally supportive nursing education experience at Galen College of Nursing. Galen is a nursing college committed to providing superior educational resources from personal counseling to student resource and computer study centers to an online bookstore. Its part of our Pure Nursing philosophy which states that “Nursing is much more than a job”, which is why every staff member goes above and beyond the job of educating you. Galen faculty and staff are available and willing to sit down and offer one-on-one help with coursework, clinical, and career questions. Life is challenging so is the career in nursing. A school counselor is available to provide confidential guidance for a wide variety of issues. Galen is committed to helping students progress successfully through both academic and personal challenges.

7411 John Smith
Suite 1400, San Antonio, Texas 78229

Counseling Services

The University of Texas at San Antonio

A variety of professional services are offered to students and the campus community where students may discuss concerns that are important in their lives. The services are provided in a confidential atmosphere and pre-paid through your student service fee with the exception of a few in-depth assessment tests.

One UTSA Circle
San Antonio TX 78249

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