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It is our mission to provide excellent care and support for individuals throughout Texas and beyond, that may be struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders.


More Than Rehab was founded on the premise of providing quality care. At More Than Rehab we understand that every person is unique. Therefore, no treatment program should be the same. We develop individualized treatment programs to meet the unique needs of everyone. At More Than Rehab, we believe the key to building a lasting foundation in recovery is by combining the 12-Step Model and Faith-Based approach, with holistic and therapeutic treatment modalities. By offering this broad spectrum of treatment, we allow our clients to identify what works best for their recovery.


Addiction is powerful, commanding, and overwhelming. More Than Rehab is here to help Texas residents find and get the care they deserve. Our goal is to offer quality rehab services to those struggling with addiction who do not know where to turn. Our quality Texas based treatment center is designed and based on proven treatment modalities. Our caring and compassionate staff are standing by. Call today to begin the rest of your life.


More Than Rehab offers support to those struggling with addiction and co-occuring disorders. Our team of experts is standing by 24/7 to help you and your loved ones through this difficult process. Making that first call can often be the most difficult step to recovery. At More Than Rehab we understand this, and our caring, supportive staff makes this process of getting help simple, quick, private, and safe.



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Binge Drinking in the State of Texas: When Does It Become Too Much?

By | May 31st, 2019|Categories: Alcohol, Family, Mental Health, Recovery, Rehabilitation|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |

At colleges and universities across the United States, the culture of partying and binge drinking is pervasive. When drinking to excess starts to cause a lot of problems in academic areas like grades, attendance and extra curricular activities, maybe it is time to start thinking about your regular consumption of alcoholic beverages. We have all seen this party culture at institutions of higher learning be glorified and glamorized in popular movies, television shows and music. Some say it’s kind of like a rite of passage for young adults. We all know that students want to have a good time while they’re young, but excessive drinking can lead to disastrous, life-altering consequences.

Relapse Prevention: The Basics Everyone in Recovery Should Know

By | May 17th, 2019|Categories: Depression, Drug Abuse, Mental Health, Recovery, Rehabilitation, Therapy|Tags: , , , , , , , |

The easiest way to stop a potential relapse is to simply avoid relapse triggers. These are situations, experiences, places, even people who bring out your inner urges to use drugs or alcohol. Sometimes it’s a holiday or special day when maybe you lost someone close to you. Or it could be a club or place you used to hang out when you were using that makes you romanticize your past substance abuse. It could even be a family member or friend who you previously used with that makes you want to do it again.

Mental Health and Addiction Treatment

By | May 4th, 2019|Categories: Depression, Drug Abuse, Family, Mental Health, Teen Rehab|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |

The US Department of Health and Human Services notes that, mental health and substance use disorders may share similar, underlying causes for their development. These include changes in brain chemistry, genetic vulnerabilities and childhood exposure to extreme stress or trauma. These problems are further compounded when the person begins using drugs or alcohol to hide their symptoms. Studies have shown that people who struggle with anxiety or mood disorders are almost twice as likely to struggle with addiction than the average person is.