2 Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Lewisville, Texas

Lewisville dates back to 1844 after the first two Texas emigrant families settled in the area. Today, Lewisville and Denton County are among the fastest-growing communities not only in Texas but in the United States. Lewisville is home to Lewisville Lake, a popular outdoor recreation area for the Dallas-Fort Worth Area.

Rehab Centers In Lewisville, Texas

As part of the greater Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) identifies more than 120 other centers providing outpatient care, inpatient treatment, and medication-assisted therapy (MAT) within a 10-mile radius. Lewisville has two drug and alcohol treatment centers. 

Behavioral Health And Family Services

Located on North Mill Street in Lewisville, Behavioral Health and Family Services are a counseling-oriented organization that provides medication management services, counseling services for adults and families, and the Light House Recovery Program, an intensive outpatient program (IOP) for chronic pain and addiction. The Light House program is focused on prescription drug dependency and pain relief.

Grace Counseling Services

Grace Counseling Services has two locations: Fort Worth and Lewisville. Services for substance use disorders include the SMART Recovery program, which is a 12-step based program that includes an alternative component based on Rational Emotive Behavioral therapy. The alternative therapy provides a four-point approach including building and maintaining motivation, coping with urges, managing thoughts, feelings and behaviors, and living a balanced life.

Rehab Centers Near Lewisville, Texas

Lewisville is near Denton, Carrollton, and Richardson, all located in the northern area of the greater Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Other centers in the area offer residential treatment, medically-supervised detox, and intensive and supportive outpatient services.

Homeward Bound, The Colony, Texas

Homeward Bound operates three locations: Dallas, The Colony, and El Paso. The organization offers outpatient rehabilitation services for drug and alcohol use disorders. Homeward Bound will reopen its residential treatment center once the facility is complete.

Carrollton Springs, Carrollton, Texas

Carrollton Springs provides inpatient hospitalization services for alcohol, opioid, and prescription drug treatment. The organization also offers medically-supervised detox services, intensive outpatient treatment, partial hospitalization, and medication-assisted treatment. Carrollton Springs also offers treatment and counseling for co-occurring disorders and is licensed by the Joint Commission.

Substance Abuse In Lewisville & Denton County

Lewisville is located in Denton County and is part of the greater Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Local authorities are working to reduce the impact of the opioid epidemic and address long-term challenges of alcohol use and teen substance use.

  • The Denton Record-Chronicle reported that 29 people died of an opioid overdose in Denton County in 2017.

  • 44% of people surveyed in Denton County said that prescription opioids were the biggest drug threat, according to a DEA Threat assessment.

  • The Denton County Sheriff's office seized $1.89 million worth of heroin in 2017, according to the Denton Record-Chronicle.

Traveling For The Best Program

Residents of Lewisville can access outpatient treatment in their own community and can drive to Carrollton for residential treatment and medically-supervised detox services. If there are still limited options for addressing individual needs, consider traveling to other areas in Texas. For more information about addiction treatment in Texas, contact RehabCenter.net today.

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