State and Government Funded Treatment Centers in Waxahachie, TX

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The State of Texas has many state funded treatment options that are funded to provide addiction treatment for their residents. There are also medicaid accepted providers of substance abuse treatment. We have researched these along with Non Profit 501(c)(3) and County Rehab programs to provide a comprehensive list of provide at little to no cost for residents.

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CCEC Counseling Center For Substance Abuse

6530 N. I 35e
Waxahachie, TX - 75165
(970)617-6222
CCEC Counseling Center For Substance Abuse  Ada compliant. Alcohol & Drug Abuse evaluations and treatment Diagnostic evaluations counseling anger management sex offender treatment urine drug screens Hours: mon.-fri. 8..

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Active Brief Counseling Services

206 S. Rogers Street, Suite 205
Waxahachie, TX - 75165
(877)584-0178
Active Brief Counseling Services Offers counseling psychotherapy for individual and families with a variety of mental health issues. Counseling for children and adolescents with behavioral problems. Addictive counseling for those suffering su..

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Alliance Life Center Substance Abuse Counseling

307 West Grand
Waxahachie, TX - 75165
(972)938-3939
Substance abuse counseling, home school for addicted at-risk high school students, family preservation/mediation, stop smoking programs and becoming happily divorced-must be divorced at least one year and still having problems. Addiction counseling..

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Nearby Listings

Due to the low number of listings in Waxahachie, we have added area listings below.

Phoenix House - Dallas County Judicial Treatment Center

200 Greene Road
Wilmer, TX - 75172
(800) 378-4435
The Phoenix House Dallas County Judicial Treatment Center, an intensive residential program, provides an alternative to incarceration for Dallas County probationers who voluntarily request treatment for substance abuse. All services are coordinated with the Dallas Community Supervision and Corre..

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Homeward Bound, Inc. Dallas

233 W. Tenth Street
Dallas, TX - 75208
(214) 941-3500
Description: Offers a full range of chemical dependency treatment and counseling services: detoxification intensive residential treatment outpatient counseling women's specialty programs and educational programs Programs are multicultural and target the chemically dependent adult (18 years an..

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Health and Human Services Commission (Hhsc) Administration Region 3

801 S State Hwy 161
Grand Prairie, TX - 75051
(512) 424-6500
A client must be determined eligible for Medicaid (e.g., meet income requirements, and provide proof of citizenship and identity) to receive Medicaid-funded SUD treatment services. A client must receive an assessment from a Medicaid-enrolled chemical dependency treatment facility licensed by the..

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Trinity Center Dallas

1015 Browder Street
Dallas, TX - 75215
(214) 421-5800
Founded in 1980, Homeward Bound is one of the largest not-for-profit substance abuse and mental health treatment agencies in Texas. Homeward Bound is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors which includes attorneys, business leaders, a judge, and community volunteers dedicated to improving th..

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Stewpot-Community Ministries of First Presbyterian

408 Park Avenue
Dallas, TX - 75201
(214) 746-2785
Stewpot-Community Ministries of First Presbyterian Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00am- 11:30am Services: Alcoholism Counseling Drug Abuse Counseling Site hours: M W TH F 8:00am - 3:45pm TU 8:00am - 2:45pm ..

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Cities in Texas

State Funded & Non-Profit Treatment

Free Options

There are many non-profit organizations dedicated to providing drug and alcohol treatment and support

State Supported Rehab

Millions of federal and state tax dollars are allocated to subsidizing rehab treatment for patients who cannot afford them.

Faith Based Rehab

Thousands of churches and religious organizations offer low-cost or free drug and alcohol treatment as part of their missions.