If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, we can help.

Our referral service is absolutely committed to matching each unique person with the program that we believe offers the greatest hope for recovery. Combating and overcoming addiction is much easier when the addict has the reinforcement of compassionate and knowledgeable pros. That’s why we are here: to supply guidance for addicts and their loved ones in urgent need of professional help.

Fill out the rehab help form on this page or call us now at (800) 435-2890.

Thousands of people have turned to our unique drug abuse solution referral service during the last decade alone! We pride ourselves on being the very best drug rehabilitation referral service available – one that treats each addict with the dignity he/she deserves.

Call our helpline now or fill out the form for assistance. (800) 435-2890

Not every rehab program works for the same for each individual. Our Goal? to match each tormented addict with the rehab program we feel offers the greatest prospect for their long-term recovery.

Affordable Detoxification and Drug Rehabilitation

Detox and treatment cost is usually a leading concern when it comes to treatment. Because of that, we take great care to seek out long term residential intensive treatments that are both low-cost and have a history of proven success.

Things to know:

– treatment programs are on average 3 months in duration.

– the programs we refer our clients to do not charge additional costs needed regardless of program duration.

– it is not unusual that some clients need extended treatment beyond the general program term.

– most of the programs in out referral network are not for profit (NPOs)

Complete the rehab help form on this page or call us now at (800) 435-2890.

Accredited and Certified Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation in Texas

Each Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program in our referral network is Fully Sanctioned and State Certified.

Overall, the programs we refer our clients to blow away the national average as it pertains to successful rehab and treatment rates. And the vast majority of the programs in our referral network are not for profit drug and alcohol treatment programs. We have been pioneers in the area of drug addiction and alcohol detoxification referrals since our founding last decade.

Detoxification and Rehab Success Elements

Addiction can only be addressed when the addict embraces:

– individual responsibility

– duty toward family members

– duty to society in general

Yet, getting assistance in the form of a fitting referral to a licensed Detoxification Treatment Program in Texas is the first key step.

The vast majority of drug and alcohol abusers are determined to resolve their situation but simply do not know how. The programs in our referral network apply only the most successful treatments.

We refer our clients to solutions-oriented drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs assisting them to accomplish a enduring end to addiction.

Texas Drug Abuse Information

Cocaine is readily available in Texas. Price range from $50-$100/gram, $400-$1,000/ounce, and $11,000-$28,000/kilogram. Price ranges for crack are $10-$50/rock (with $10-$20 being the most common price), $350-$1,000/ounce, and $14,000-$26,000/kilogram.

The predominant form of heroin in Texas is black tar that can be diluted with water and injected. The price has decreased over the years. Depending on the location, black tar heroin sold on the street for $5-$20/paper, balloon, or capsule, $100-$300/gram, $800-$4,000/ounce, and $25,000-$62,000/kilogram.

The purity of meth dropped from 56% in 2004 to 33% in 2008. Pure meth from Mexico sold for $18,000–$20,000/pound, sold for $18,500/pound when “cut” with MSM.

Club drugs remain readily available in North Texas.

Prescription drugs continue to be a significant issue in Texas. Hydrocodone, alprazolam, and benzodiazepene continue to comprise the majority of controlled drugs abused in North Texas.

Contact us today for more information about Texas drug abuse rehab
by calling (800) 435-2890.

Approximately 1.2 million Texas citizens over the age of 12 reported past month use of an illicit drug.

Additional survey results indicate that 514,000 Texans report illicit drug dependence or abuse within the past year.