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Plano drug & alcohol rehab centers - outpatient & inpatient

Welcome to Texas Rehab Centers, the #1 online resource for locating drug and alcohol rehab centers in Plano, TX. We know how overwhelming navigating the seemingly endless options of detox centers and treatment clinics can be, so that’s why we filled the need to create an easy-to-use, free, and confidential online directory of Plano-based options. Note: if you’re a business in the Plano or northeast Dallas area offering quality substance abuse treatment, please contact us and we’ll review your business for inclusion.

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Life Care Center of Plano

3800 W Park Blvd
Plano, TX 75075
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Prestonwood Rehabilitation

2460 Marsh Ln
Plano, TX 75093

Maybe you’ve stumbled upon this page simply browsing options for yourself, or maybe you’re extremely worried about the safety and wellbeing of a friend or loved one. For whatever reason you’ve found yourself here, be proud you’re actively working to fight addiction. Addiction is a complex disease, and just like with any other medical disease, usually requires professional treatment to overcome it. There is no shame in needing help, seeking help, and investing in your future to get better. Alcohol and drug addiction doesn’t have to rule over your thoughts, schedule, finances, and relationships. There’s a better way: professional addiction treatment - whether that’s in the form of inpatient or outpatient rehab.

Addiction can work its way into anyone’s life; it certainly doesn’t discriminate between male or female, young or old, workaholic or unemployed, athlete or not. And, it’s found its way into Plano, Texas as well. “According to a June study released by alcohol abuse resource site, Plano has the 10th highest percentage of drinkers in the country” In the 90s, Plano saw a devastating trend in heroin addiction, leaving 19 residents dead. While mortality has since improved, opioids remain a dangerous problem in the area and addicts need medical detox and treatment to break the addiction.

We know many residents of Plano need drug or alcohol rehab, and that’s why Texas Rehab Centers is here! If you’re still on the fence, we’ll review some frequently asked questions below:

FAQ about drug and alcohol inpatient and outpatient rehab

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

If you’re concerned that you or a loved one suffers from an alcohol or drug abuse problem, give one of the Plano area treatment centers listed in our guide a call. That can confidentially discuss the severity of the addiction and next steps. Or call the national SAMHSA (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.

There is no time like the present to get started, so call today! We recommend using the momentum you currently have to get started, and SAMHSA recommends finding a provider who can provide treatment within 48 hours.

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.

Yes! There are advantages and disadvantages 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 you’ll be unable to live at home and work your typical job. Still, starting fresh in a new city may outweigh staying local. You must decide what’s best for your journey.

We hope all your common questions about substance abuse treatment have been answered. For particulars about cost, availability, methodology of treatment, please contact the program directly.

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