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El Paso inpatient & outpatient drug & alcohol rehab centers 

If you find you or a loved one trapped by the chains of addiction, you’re in the right place. Texas Rehab Centers is a free, easy-to-use, confidential online directory of all Texas-area alcohol and drug rehab centers sorted by major metro. For addiction treatment - whether that’s inpatient or outpatient - in the El Paso area, this is where you look! If you’re looking for another major Texas city, simply use the Locations dropdown menu to the left of the page. 

Connecting Rehab Centers with those who need a helping hand

There is absolutely no shame in seeking professional help for an alcohol or drug addiction. Addiction truly is a disease, and one that can happen to anyone. Our businesses often get calls from distressed parents whose young teenagers have been found with opioids, or worried partners discussing a compulsive alcohol addiction. They’ve seen retired athletes, top-level business people, individuals fighting homelessness, millennials, and baby boomers. Addiction doesn’t discriminate, and despite how addiction caught you or a loved one, there are substance abuse treatment options right here in El Paso, ready to help you get back to better.

Why is entering rehab so important? For one, mortality. According to Healthy Paso del Norte, there’s some disturbing trends in drug use: “overdose deaths are the leading cause of injury death in the United States, with over 100 drug overdose deaths occurring every day. The death rate due to drug overdose has been increasing over the last few decades.” The alcohol-related stats are just as sobering. As stated in the same Healthy Paso del Norte, 28.5% of driving deaths in El Paso have alcohol involvement. That’s why letting addiction take control of your life could negatively affect not just you, your friends, and your family; but your larger El Paso community.

FAQ about El Paso alcohol and drug rehab centers

Anyone! Texas Rehab Centers was created to be a free, easy-to-use resource for those looking for addiction treatment in the El Paso area - either for themselves or someone they care about. In terms of actually enrolling in a substance abuse treatment facility, a legal guardian may admit a minor but an adult has to voluntarily admit themselves, unless court-ordered. Some of the local rehab centers offer intervention services to help provide professional encouragement to families looking to convince a reluctant loved one to begin rehab.

Additionally, if you’re an El Paso business offering inpatient or outpatient rehab and aren’t yet featured on this guide, send us a note and we’ll review your business for inclusion.

Great question! It varies. Generally, there are:

  • Inpatient rehab programs: an inpatient rehab program (also called residential rehab) is a 24/7 supervised detox program, usually done in a hospital or other facility with medically-trained staff. Because withdrawal symptoms from alcohol or certain drugs can be extremely dangerous or even lethal, an inpatient stay is necessary first for severe addictions.
  • Outpatient programs: outpatient programs are less intensive than inpatient, and usually patients enter once they have gone through a detox. Programming varies, but usually involves multiple therapy sessions a week - both individual therapy and group therapy. Patients are able to live at home, work, go to school, and otherwise participate in their usual life while receiving professional treatment to combat relapse and help identify and combat the underlying causes of addiction.

You should start alcohol or drug rehab today! Call a program that sounds like your best fit today. SAMHSA recommends moving forward with a provider that has availability within 48 hours as time is of the essence. An inpatient stay usually lasts around 30 days, although it depends on your particular case and improvement. Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) last 8 to 12 weeks, but most therapists recommend continuing with a less intensive therapy program after graduating an IOP to continue progress, maintain accountability, and prevent relapse.

This depends on you and your addiction journey. There are pros and cons to both local and out-of-town rehab centers. For some, getting out of a town helps break the cycle of addiction and start fresh. But, then it can be challenging returning home to the same triggers and toxic environment without your treatment support in town. Staying in-town means you can still see supportive friends and family, while working through triggers with support. But, you have easier access to your drug of choice while in town. Make a list of pros and cons, talk with trusted friends, and make a choice that is right for you!

Now that we’ve discussed the who, what, when, and where of drug and alcohol rehab in El Paso, you’re ready to call some programs! Use this handy resource and filter by type of substance abuse facility - inpatient or outpatient - that best suits your needs. Remember: addiction is a complex disease, and seeking professional treatment is just as warranted as going to the doctor for a broken bone. Get started on your journey back to sobriety today!

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