Corpus Christi

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Corpus Christi drug, alcohol, & addiction rehab centers for inpatient and outpatient treatment

Thanks for stopping by Texas Rehab Center, Texas’ most complete online directory of substance abuse treatment clinics for both inpatient and outpatient rehab. We have a comprehensive list on this page of all Corpus Christi alcohol and drug rehab centers, but if you’re looking for another city, simply navigate using the tabs above. Whether you’re here looking for options for yourself or a loved one, know that your browsing is completely confidential and free. We saw a need to help Texans quickly and easily see all available options for rehab in their town, and that’s why we created Texas Rehab Center. If you’re a business offering Corpus Christi addiction treatment and aren’t yet listed here, send us a note and we’ll review your business for inclusion.

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Anchor Habilitation Services

9241 S Padre Island Dr
Corpus Christi, TX 78418
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Charlie's Place

5501 Ih 37, 5501 Mc Bride Ln
Corpus Christi, TX 78408
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Cimarron Place Health and Rehabilitation Center

3801 Cimarron Blvd
Corpus Christi, TX 78414
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Coastal Bend Outpatient Services

1428 Laredo St
Corpus Christi, TX 78401
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Counseling and Recovery Services

4300 S Padre Island Dr #3-3
Corpus Christi, TX 78411
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Nathans Detox

5425 S Padre Island Dr #118-B
Corpus Christi, TX 78411
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Wellspring Drug Rehab Center

5802 Saratoga Blvd
Corpus Christi, TX 78414

Connecting Rehab Centers with those who need a helping hand

There’s no need to feel any shame for being here, whether that’s disappointment over your own addiction or the addiction of a loved one, because addiction can truly creep into anyone’s life. It doesn’t discriminate. Men, women, adults, teens, CEOs and those struggling to find a job, athletes and people with two left feet, it can happen to anyone. And, we’re here to remind you that addiction is a complex disease; not something that’s easily abandoned. It’s wise and brave to seek professional help to overcome this disease, just as you would seek medical care for a broken bone.

In Corpus Christi alone, according to this report, the rate of adults in drug or alcoholism treatment facilities rose to an all time high and that the rate of liver or cirrhosis death is much higher in Nueces County than in Texas as a whole, indicating a Corpus Christi-wide problem.  Additionally, when the DEA released their pain pill distribution database, it showed that “between 2006 and 2012, there were enough prescription painkillers distributed locally to give every person in Nueces County 39 opioid pills a year.” What worries experts is that once those prescriptions run out, people still have physical dependency on the chemical pain relief and may seek that through dangerous street drugs with easier access and no limit, like fentanyl or heroin.

We know substance abuse is a problem, so who can use this Corpus drug and alcohol resource guide?

Anyone looking for inpatient or outpatient addiction treatment in the greater Corpus Christi area - including nearby cities like Port A, Rockport, Bishop, and Woodsboro. You might be here looking for treatment options for yourself, or maybe you’re a concerned loved one exploring options to get your friend help.

FAQ about substance abuse treatment centers

Binge drinking is generally considered consuming excessive alcohol in a short period of time, around 5 drinks or more. Most importantly, according to the CDC, they note it’s a preventable problem.

If you’re concerned to any degree that you or a loved one suffers from an alcohol or drug abuse problem, give one of the Corpus Christi-area treatment centers listed in our guide a call. Or call the national SAMSA (substance abuse and mental health services association) helpline for a free, confidential chat: 1-800-662-HELP (4357). Among other signs, if someone is blacking out, or hiding their consumption, can’t stop thinking about it or doing it, or if it interferes with relationships or work, substance abuse is a problem. There may be noticeable changes in attitude and physical appearance.

In many cases, your brain has been re-wired to feed off your addiction and you need professional, evidence-based methods to fight those new brain dependencies. Or, if you have tried to get clean and haven’t been able to do so safely or effectively, seek help. There is no time like the present to get started, so call today!

A variety! There are inpatient programs like hospitals or in-person medical facilities to help safely medically detox, partial hospitalization programs (PHPs), intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), outpatient programs, halfway houses, group therapy, and more.

If you are a minor’s legal guardian, you can enroll them into addiction treatment without their willingness. An adult must enroll themselves, unless court-ordered. If you find you need help getting through to a loved one, many of the Corpus-area drug and alcohol rehab centers offer professional intervention services to help urgently present the importance of treatment.

Yes! There are pros and cons to choosing a treatment facility in your hometown or outside of it. If you’re doing an outpatient program, it is a little more expensive to seek a program far from home since outpatient means room and board is not provided and often lasts over 12 weeks. Still, the clean slate of a new city may outweigh staying local. Talk it over with trusted, encouraging loved ones and decide the best plan for your recovery.

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