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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Carey, Texas

If abuse of drugs or alcohol is negatively affecting your work and home life, Carey has a selection of great drug abuse centers to help you, your spouse or your child. Whether addicted to Oxycodone, opiate drugs, pain pills or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the top help available. You can even find private or executive treatment in Carey to make rehab as easy as possible.

Treatment Centers near Carey, TX

1171 107th Street Grand Prairie, TX 75050
(972) 848-8771
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At Greenhouse, we serve the greater Dallas area and beyond from our Grand Prairie facility. We know firsthand that one size does not fit all when it comes to addiction treatment. Every person’s journey to recovery is unique. That’s why we offer individualized treatment plans and many levels of care, from inpatient medical detox where—where you can detox from any substances on which you’re physically dependent, in a safe and medically monitored environment—all the way to outpatient therapy. Based on your progress in treatment, you may adjust your plan as needed, moving between levels of care as necessary to ensure you’re getting the most out of your time at Greenhouse. Recovery from drug and alcohol addiction involves much more than detox. It requires new ways of thinking and new coping skills. Our program in Grand Prairie Texas includes numerous proven therapies to help you delve into the reasons behind your substance use, adjust harmful beliefs, uncover your motivations for getting sober, and learn new ways to cope that don’t involve substances. Our program also includes many expressive, recreational, and holistic therapies to introduce you to healthy ways to alleviate anxiety and help you learn to live a fulfilling life without drugs and alcohol. Your first step in your recovery journey is one of the most important steps you can take in your life. We make it easy to say yes to getting help by offering a range of features and amenities that will make your time in treatment comfortable, to help you heal your body (for example with chef-prepared balanced meals), and to allow you to focus entirely on what is most important: your recovery. Our wide range of features and benefits includes yoga classes, an indoor heated pool, a nutritionist, a meditation garden and bio-sound therapy available onsite for an additional fee, and more.
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Helen Farabee Centers
8150 U.S. Highway 287 Childress, TX 79201
- 8 Miles Away
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Symetria — Hurst Outpatient Rehab

Most rewarding accomplishment - overall physical and mental health and better relationships.

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Hurst, TX

Origins Recovery Centers

Origins addresses the underlying conditions which cause individuals to want to change the way they feel. They do not offer a band-aid approach; they offer a solution. The campus is adequate but somewhat small. Origins saved my life. I have been sober for four years, and that would not have been possible if not for the services and support offered.

- S V
5 out of 5
South Padre Island, TX

Stonegate Center

The accommodations are excellent. The food is better than some 4 star restaurants. They truly do have a chef preparing the meals. That having been said, I do not recommend this facility at all. I was not aware that this is a 12 step program until I checked in at the facility. I knew very little about AA before this. I was almost immediately assigned a "mentor". This person (who is truly very caring, knowledgeable, and sincere) was going to assist me in getting and remaining sober. This sounded great except for the fact that he was a patient in the facility and he was in his fourth trip through rehab. That didn't inspire my confidence in the effectiveness of the program. In fact, of the 25 or so people in the facility more than 20 were repeat customers ( I do not mean to insinuate that they were all repeating treatment at this particular facility). I realize that the AA 12 step program has assisted an untold number of people over the years, however, it is not for everyone. Judging from the history of most people in the program when I was there, recidivism is a major problem. One person in the program told me he was in rehab for the 18th time. Most of the sessions amounted to being told that alcohol and drug addiction is bad and can destroy your life. Really? The staff emphasized that they WERE NOT able to solve my alcohol problems and that I WAS NOT able to solve my alcohol problems - only God could solve my alcohol problems. At $1000 a day (At this point I will say that Stonegate has an excellent relationship with my insurance plan and my cost was only about $100 a day) I believe a free AA program would be a better value - especially since ONLY God can solve alcohol and drug addiction problems. The Bible study sessions amounted to a staff member reading a chapter and turning the conversation loose. There was no Bible STUDY. There was Bible reading and some conversation about what the passage meant to each individual. I realize that the Bible can speak to individuals in different ways but there is also a correct interpretation of passages and the staff members do not appear to have any training in this field. In fact, they appear to have very little true knowledge of the Bible. Because of paperwork or miscommunication some required medication was withheld from me during the first three days I was at Stonegate. This resulted in my blood pressure rising to a dangerous level. The most disgusting part of my stay at Stonegate was the language used by the staff members. The 12 step AA program is centered around God. I am no prude. There is no curse word I have not used. But, I don't need to hear the staff spewing phrases like "GD" and "MF" during the classes - even during Bible study. When I approached one of the higher ups about this it was indicated to me that I was being judgmental. Apparently the staff is allowed to use the most obscene language imaginable as long as it is followed by the phrase, "Excuse my French". Stonegate has 45, 60, and 90 day programs. Numerous times, as someone neared the end of their stay, I saw the staff pressure that person to extend their stay. Even the people who were nearing the end of a 90 day program were encouraged to enter a "half-way" type of facility. I wonder if Stonegate is associated with any of the facilities they strongly recommended. Another portion of this program was particularly offensive. Every Tuesday and Thursday everyone is required to assemble in one of the classrooms. Each person is required to criticize three things about their fellow patients. It can be three things directed at one person or one thing directed at three different people, etc. There are many people (especially newcomers) who feel extremely uncomfortable openly criticizing another person in a room full of people. One exception - the staff is off limits to criticism. If a person doesn't come up with three things they are hounded by the staff until they comply. This is very abusive and, in my opinion, counterproductive. It also contradicts Biblical truths. The staff has no way of knowing what damage this can do or how any one individual will respond. Having a drug or alcohol problem is stressful enough without being subjected to such an abusive situation. Also, this appears to be the session that the staff seems to enjoy the most. In my opinion this facility is run by unqualified amateurs. If Stonegate averages 25 people a day it will make $9,125,000 in one year. Not a bad take for amateurs. I would never recommend this facility to anyone seeking recovery.

- CR
3.7 out of 5
Azle, TX