Residential Treatment Centers in Texas

  • North Texas OCD Clinic

    At North Texas OCD Clinic, we offer an intensive outpatient treatment program for people with Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders symptoms. Treatment is provided Friday-Sunday for 2 to 4 weeks, depending on individual needs Twice-daily check-ins for additional support occur on Monday-Thursday.

    View Profile Carrollton, TX 75010
  • The Springboard Center

    Let us launch you into recovery with our full-service residential treatment(including medically-supervised detox) program, stand-alone Intensive Out Patient and 6 different sober living environments for both men and women. Most major insurances accepted.

    View Profile Midland, TX 79705
  • You may also want to try a center in another location:

  • Lifeline PCS

    Welcome to Lifeline PCS. Lifeline is a full service mental health and addiction treatment center with multiple convenient locations. Each office has therapists that are competent in the field. We take pride in our work and look forward to helping you through what life has brought your way.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00271 View Profile Chandler, AZ 85224
  • Sober College

    At Sober College, we empower young men and women ages 18 - 26 to find their purpose, discover true passion and follow a path of excellence by offering a one-of-a-kind treatment experience - centered around Five Core Competencies - that seamlessly integrates academics and drug rehabilitation.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00160 View Profile Woodland Hills, CA 91367
  • Beachway Therapy Center

    Beachway Therapy Center is a family-owned, boutique-style treatment center offering holistic substance abuse treatment program that blends individual and group therapy with 12-step groups and alternative therapies such as spa services, equine therapy, and music to adult men and women.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00178 View Profile Boynton Beach, FL 33426
  • Sierra Tucson

    Located in the serenity of the high Sonoran Desert, Sierra Tucson is a luxury treatment center that provides all-inclusive residential care in a natural, healing environment for men and women who are working to overcome the challenges that have hindered them from living joyful lives.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00324 View Profile Tucson, AZ 85739
  • Life Healing Center

    As a place of personal transformation for men and women ages 18 and older, Life Healing Center offers comprehensive residential programming for individuals who desire to overcome the challenges they face as the result of mental health concerns, traumatic experiences, and substance abuse issues.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00320 View Profile Santa Fe, NM 87506
  • Foundations Atlanta Roswell

    Foundations Atlanta offers comprehensive integrated treatment for addiction and mental health conditions. Our patients learn the skills necessary to integrate recovery into their daily lives.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00358 View Profile Roswell, GA 30075
  • Bayside Marin

    With a luxurious secluded main campus in northern California’s Marin County and a convenient outpatient office in San Francisco, Bayside Marin provides comprehensive residential and intensive outpatient treatment to men and women who are struggling with addiction and certain co-occurring disorders.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00316 View Profile San Rafael, CA 94901
  • The Lakehouse Recovery Center

    A Comprehensive Drug Treatment Center and Alcoholism Recovery Center – Located in Southern California on Lake Sherwood in Westlake Village, CA.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00265 View Profile Thousand Oaks, CA 91361

Texas, like many other states, is currently facing a mental health crisis. Twenty-eight percent of all adults—and a stunning 35% of African-Americans—reported having poor mental health in a 2013 Kaiser Family Foundation survey. The Lone Star State is only able to offer mental health services to 21% of people who need those services as Texas spends just $35 per capita on mental health services—a rate significantly lower than most other states. Proper mental health treatment can prevent a mental health challenge from becoming a catastrophe and early interventions almost inevitably leads to better outcomes.

What Do Residential Treatment Centers in Texas Offer?

Residential rehab facilities feature 24/7 care, which means you will not have to leave the facility or worry about the pressures and stresses of everyday life. For people facing mental health crises, chronic substance abuse, and overwhelming stress, the reduced pressures of life in rehab can make recovery possible. Although funding for mental health care is limited in Texas, the Affordable Care Act mandates that insurers cover mental health care. This means that, if your condition meets the requirements outlined by your insurer, all or a portion of your stay may be covered.

Each facility offers its own set of services, so ask plenty of questions before you admit yourself. Some facilities, for example, adopt a specific religious philosophy, while others endorse holistic wellness practices such as yoga and meditation. At most rehab centers, you'll have access to at least the following services:

  • Support from your peers in the form of informal support networks, as well as group therapy and, if you have an addiction, 12-step meetings.
  • Weekly therapy sessions designed to help you understand your condition and establish strong coping skills.
  • A safe and drug-free environment where you can focus on your recovery.
  • A doctor's assistance to manage any physical or mental health conditions you have. You'll also get assistance choosing and managing medication, as well as help through the detox process if you have an addiction.
  • Activities designed to keep your mind off of stress and help you master new skills. Some rehab facilities even allow you to attend school on-site.


Some rehab facilities offer outpatient care to former residents who need assistance transitioning to independent living. A few also offer services to nonresidents in the form of therapy, support groups, and similar services.

Mental Health Care in Texas

According to Mental Health America's survey Parity or Disparity: The State of Mental Health in America, the mental health care system in Texas ranks 36th nationwide. Accessing mental health services can be challenging, particularly for adolescents, with Texas's ranking for access to mental health care at 47th nationwide. Texas also has more adults with suicidal thoughts per capita than any other state, with 614,000 adults reporting suicidal thoughts each year.

Texas sends more people to prison than any other state, and the state's mental health system may explain this phenomenon, because prison systems will often end up with a high percentage of inmates who have mental health issues when their conditions are left unaddressed due to lack of access to quality care. Seventy percent of incarcerated children in Texas have a mental health problem. And among state prison inmates, 73% of women and 55% of men have at least one diagnosable mental health condition.

Texas Demographics

Texas is the second most populous state in the United States, boasting a population of more than 26.4 million people. Whites constitute the majority, making up 80.3% of the population. Blacks make up 12.4% of the population, and American Indian and Alaska Natives making up 1% of the population. Latinos—who may identify as both white and Latino—make up 38.4% of the population. Slightly more than 81% of residents graduated from high school, and 26.7% of the population graduated from college with a bachelor's degree or higher. Almost 18% of Texans live below the poverty line.


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