Substance Abuse

2302 Winthrop Drive, Dallas 75228

Residential Treatment Program for 18+. Separate men and women house. 6-12 month faith-based program. Servicees: support groups, life skills, employment preparation classes. Rules: $80/wk due each Friday, No drugs, alcohol, firearms, or illegal activity, curfew 11:00 PM weekdays & 12:00 AM weekends, must show proof of active job search, work requirement, chore assigned, weekly meeting, therapy group, aftercare, no smoking inside
7912 Antoinette Dallas, TX 75217

Race Program (Men) – 1 year residential, faith-based 12-step program for those with life-controlling problems such as substance abuse, behavioral dysfunctions, or criminal history. Tree of Life Women’s Refuge – 1 year residential, faith-based 12-step program for battered and addicted women. Also includes refuge for single mothers with children. Phase I – Discipline, Phase II – employment, money management, time management, relationships. Document on website includes visitation, weekend pass, telephone, and mail policicies along with clasroom, transportation, and house rules.
2209 South Main Ft. Worth, TX 76110

Programs: Detox, Short & Long-Term Inpatient Treatment, Adult Outpatient, Adolescent Inpatient & Outpatient Treatment, Sober Living Program 18-24 months. Exclusions: violent or sexual offenses
5300 University Hills Blvd, Dallas 75241

Offers detox and residential treatment for alcohol and drug dependency. Intakes Mon – Fri. 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Men’s Residential Program – 30-bed unit. Women’s Residential Program-16-bed unit. Crisis Residential Unit – short-term alternative to inpatient psychiatric hospitalization. Statewide HIV Program – 60-day treatment program for positive men and women seeking substance abuse treatment. Specialized Female Intensive Residential – pregnant women or women with children, coordination with DFPS. Outpatient Services. Recovery Support Services. Trinity Center El Paso – comprehensive residential program. Drug Offender Education
P.O. Box 270674 Dallas, TX 75227

For homeless, single mothers overcoming the challenges of substance abuse. Provides housing, case management, recovery support servies, coaching, counseling, educational/vocational development, life skills workshops
401 W. Campbell Rd. Richardson TX 75080

Short-term crisis stabilizaton of acute mental health disorders, and compassionate, highly structured setting. Adult psychiatric services, adult chemical dependency services, inpatient care. Older adult behavioral health, partial day hospital program, chem dependency intensive outpatient program, impaired prodfessioanl recovery program , psychiatric intensive outpatient program (faith-based). 24/7

8733 La Prada Dallas, TX 75228

Programs for women with alcohol or drug dependency. Adult Women Residential Program (18+) – 14-45 days, dorm setting,  Pregnant/Parenting Women w/ Children Residential Program (18+) – up to 3 children, 30-90 days, parenting education, Adolescent Residential Program (13-17) – 30-90 days, school on-site with teachers from DISD, Outpatient Program, Recovery Support, Aftercare

214-321-0156 x3118
2345 Reagan St. Dallas, TX 75219

Residential and outpatient program for adolescents ages 13-17. Services: evaluation, assessment, case management, counseling, education, recreation. Outpatient program for adults.
1421 N. Peak Street Dallas, TX 75204

ID & SS card required. Alpha (Men) & Oasis (Women) Residential Programs – 1 year residential program for individuals struggling with homelessness, addiction, criminal history, abuse, behavioral dysfunctions. Faith-based. Discipleship classes, computer classes, and GED prep offered. The Refuge – Current employment for at least 2 months. Gross income $20,090 – $28,410.  1 BDR $500/mo. 2 BDR $550/mo. First month’s rent & at least 25% of security deposit due up front. Not a shelter or long-term housing solution.
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13134 Nile Dr. Dallas, TX 75253

6-month program to recover from addiction and homelessness. $510 – $1,000/mo depending on living quarters and participation in work therapy program. Once complete, voluntary 9-month exit plan for transition to independence. After completing exit plan, clothing, furniture, and household material assistance provided