Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Grapevine, Texas

Grapevine is centrally located in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and is located about 20 miles between the two cities. DFW Airport is located within Grapevine's city limits. Grapevine's historic downtown is just one of the many attractions that make the city a tourist destination, and the 50,000+ member community is indeed named after the wild grapes which grow abundantly in the area. 

Rehab Centers In Grapevine, Texas

The Gaylord Texan Resort, Grapevine Mills Mall, and Great Wolf Lodge are among Grapevine's many tourist attractions. There is also one addiction treatment center in Grapevine: Grapevine Valley Hope.

Grapevine Valley Hope

Grapevine Valley Hope has been operating at its William D. Tate Ave. location since 2001. Residential treatment and outpatient recovery services are available. Valley Hope provides medically monitored detox services, residential drug, and alcohol treatment, intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), continuing care, and family care. 

Rehab Centers Near Grapevine, Texas

Grapevine is part of the Dallas Metropolitan Area. Many recovery and treatment programs for substance use disorders are located within a five-mile radius of Grapevine.

Arise Recovery Center, Southlake, Texas

Arise Recovery Center in Southlake is located two miles from Grapevine. Arise offers outpatient recovery services focused on a 12-step model, provided by masters' degree licensed and trained therapists. Arise offers individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, and concierge therapy. Services are available for drug and alcohol rehabilitation and recovery.

Grace Counseling Center, Lewisville

Located approximately 8 miles north of Grapevine, Grace Counseling Center offers intensive outpatient services for men, women, and adolescents. Individual, group, and couples therapy are also offered. Addiction counseling using SMART Recovery methods is also provided.

MHMR Of Tarrant County, Hurst, Texas

MHMR of Tarrant County operates the Addiction Recovery Center in Hurst, approximately 10 miles north of Grapevine. The center offers adult and adolescent alcohol and drug rehabilitation services on an outpatient basis. MHMR also offers Oportunidad, an outpatient recovery program for Spanish-speaking men and women in need of substance use disorder treatment services.

Substance Abuse In Grapevine & Tarrant County

Within Tarrant County, several substances of a abuse continue to be an issue. Alcohol, opioid, and marijuana abuse are particularly troublesome, especially among youth.

  • Alcohol accounted for 26% of the residential treatment program admissions in Tarrant County in 2013.

  • Opiates comprised 28% of the treatment admissions in Tarrant County in 2013.

  • Nearly 5,000 adults were admitted to drug or alcohol treatment in Tarrant County in 2013.

  • 20% of Grapevine's adolescents reported using marijuana in 2013.

Traveling For The Best Program

In addition to Grapevine Valley Hope, Grapevine residents can also select from a number of area programs which range from faith-based and 12-step focused programs to evidence-based medical models. If one of these programs still isn’t the right fit, be prepared to travel elsewhere in Texas for the best program. Contact today for more information.

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