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DRUG TREATMENT

Alcohol Treatment

In central Texas, alcohol abuse and binge drinking on college campus has always been a major problem. This affects public health negatively not just for the user, but for society as a whole. Drunk driving and many other crimes surround alcohol abuse. At More Than Rehab, we understand the needs of the individual and will work to end your alcohol addiction and prepare you for a life of sobriety after recovery.

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Drug Treatment

For those struggling with drug addiction in the Texas area, More Than Rehab utilizes an evidence based, personalized approach to address the dangers of drug abuse. From detox to inpatient & outpatient care and sober living, MTR offers the best tools to help our patients succeed long after they leave our treatment program. Sometimes you only get one shot at a successful rehabilitation and we will make sure it works.

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Meth Rehabilitation

Methamphetamines are the leading cause of overdose death for Texas residents. We at More Than Rehab understand the urgency of meth addiction and the negative impacts it has on our families and communities. A long-term addiction to meth can cause a multitude of behavioral and mental health issues which can compound the necessity for rehabilitation. It is highly addictive and has severe affects on the human body’s physiology, therefore meth substance abuse rehab requires a unique, personalized treatment plan.

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Opioid Addiction Rehab

The opioid crisis has become one of the the leading public health issues in the United States today. In Texas, it is no different. In 2016, opioid overdoses killed 1,375 people in Texas alone and the trend looks to continue growing. Addiction is a disease, but it is nothing you should ever be ashamed about. At More Than Rehab, we want the negative stigma surrounding addictions to not be a barrier for someone desperately looking for help. Addiction can happen to anyone and if you need help, you should call us right away.

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Dual Diagnosis

Substance abuse and mental health issues commonly go hand in hand. Sometimes an addict is using drugs to cope with his or her own mental illness. Or the long-term drug or alcohol abuse has compounded or even created mental problems that lead to mental illness. More Than Rehab’s licensed counselors in Texas have over 50 years of combined experience identifying and treating these coexisting disorders. Throughout your treatment from the initial needs assessment, through individual therapy sessions and outpatient recovery programs our staff closely monitors your individual needs and suits treatment to help you where you need it the most.

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Relapse Prevention

Relapse prevention is arguably one of the most important steps in the recovery process. At More Than Rehab we understand the importance of having a successful relapse prevention plan in place. Our philosophy is to provide a pathway to sobriety that lasts long after you leave our rehabilitation center. Your individualized treatment regimen will identify potential relapse triggers and equip you with the confidence and skills to overcome your addiction to maintain your recovery for a lifetime of sobriety beyond rehab.

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Drug Abuse & Depression

Drug or alcohol abuse and depression commonly go hand in hand. Sometimes a person begins their substance abuse as a coping mechanism to deal with their intense depression. Because More Than Rehab begins your treatment with an individualized needs assessment, we can identify any behavioral and mental health issues you may be experiencing that are compounding you or your loved ones’ addiction. Our treatment plan will help you through the substance use disorder and a long-term treatment plan that addresses any mental illness compassionately and with a high level of success.

Admission Terms

If you or a family member or loved one needs help, you have come to the right place.  More Than Rehab’s 50 years of combined experience is here for you. You just take the first step and give us a call right away. We want to help you take back your life and the sooner the better. Admission to our care facilities is an easy, confidential and compassionate process. You will begin with an initial needs assessment with one of our licensed clinical specialists. We formulate a comprehensive evaluation and diagnosis so you, your family members and friends will know what to expect. Once you begin your are on the right path, take that first step and please give us a call right away.

State Funded Recovery Options

When private treatment is not an option, we can help help point you toward facilities created through public programs. It is possible to get much needed help from state or public programs. You may find that a private addiction treatment facility may be a far more successful path to your recovery. Let us help you today by giving us a call. We can discuss the options available to you and get you pointed in the right direction based on your individual needs. No matter what you decide, More Than Rehab is committed to finding affordable, lasting recovery to each and every client.

Substance Abuse Statistics & Facts

  • In 2017, 72,000 people in the United States died from a drug overdose. Nearly 200 people per day. (1)
  • Nearly 68% of overdoses were the result of prescription or illicit opioids, like heroin, fentanyl and oxycodone (1)
  • In 2016, 48.5 million Americans used illicit drugs, or misused prescription drugs. (2)
  • Too many people get opioid prescriptions for too many days at too high of a dose. (2)
  • An estimated 88,000 people die per year from alcohol-related causes (3)
  • In 2013, an estimated 22.7 million Americans needed treatment for a problem related to drugs or alcohol, but only about 2.5 million people received treatment at a specialty facility. (4)

(1) https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/drug-overdose-data.htm

(2) https://www.cdc.gov/stltpublichealth/didyouknow/topic/alcohol.html

(3) https://www.niaaa.nih.gov/alcohol-health/overview-alcohol-consumption/alcohol-facts-and-statistics

(4) https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/nationwide-trends

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