Substance Abuse Resources in Amarillo
Drug Rehab, Alcohol Rehab & Detox

Amarillo Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Amarillo is a city located in the center of the Texas panhandle. It has an estimated population of almost 200,000 people and is the largest and most important city in the panhandle. Amarillo has a diverse industrial base that includes aircraft manufacturing, nuclear weapons assembly and disassembly, metal refining and one of the largest meat packing facilities in the U.S. Oil is also found around the city. These industries make Amarillo an attractive place to live and work.

At the same time, the growth in the number of homeless people in Amarillo highlights the fact that drug and alcohol abuse is becoming more serious. According to reports, a significant percentage of those who live on the streets are there because of their alcohol and drug dependence. Another major problem the city faces is methamphetamine use.

Fortunately, there’s hope for those who become dependent upon drugs. They key factor is a desire to be free of the addiction. This, together with appropriate therapy offered by Amarillo drug and  alcohol treatment facilities, means that alcoholism and drug addiction are possible to treat successfully. Treatment options include detoxification, supportive therapy and long-term support groups, which can all be tailored to unique individual needs.

Our Closest Facility:

The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake443 S. Hwy 105 Palmer Lake CO 80133-9003 (719) 884-0063

The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake does not operate in the state of Texas. Our closest facility is in Palmer Lake, CO and can be seen in the map above.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

overdose fatalities in Texas
in 2015

It’s been estimated that opioid overdose deaths account for approximately 60 percent of the 2588 drug overdose deaths in Texas. Although this trend may not currently appear to be reversing, you can make a change.

Finding Help & Recovery in Amarillo, TX

Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Amarillo, Texas

There are several treatment options commonly used to treat drug and alcohol dependence, and the method you choose needs to take into account your type of addiction and its severity. In some instances, intensive therapy is all that you might need, while in other cases a residential treatment program may help you achieve better results. The first step towards rehabilitation is detoxification. This is followed by a period of therapy and counseling designed to help those in recovery live normal lives. As you consider starting treatment at an Amarillo drug rehab center or an Amarillo alcohol rehab center, familiarize yourself with the options to understand what level of help you may need.

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    Amarillo Residential Treatment Programs

    As the name suggests, a residential treatment program is one where the person in recovery lives in the clinic for the duration of the treatment. This has the advantage that external stimuli and temptation are removed. The person in recovery has an opportunity to focus on developing life skills that have the potential to help them stay away from drugs and alcohol. Most residential centers offer medically supervised detoxification, although some don’t. The duration of treatment duration typically lasts between 30 and 90 days, and programs commonly include group therapy and meetings along with classes and individual counseling.

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    Amarillo Partial Hospitalization Programs

    A partial hospitalization program has many similarities to a residential clinic except that the patient sleeps at home after the program wraps up for the day. If this isn’t suitable, the patient might stay in another accommodation close to the hospital. After detoxing, the patient may undergo a comprehensive course of therapeutic counseling at the facility. Partial hospitalization allows patients to remain in contact with their families while they learn the life skills necessary to stay off drugs and alcohol.

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    Amarillo Outpatient Treatment Programs

    An outpatient program is commonly indicated in instances wherein a patient is suffering from a milder form of addiction. Outpatient treatment may be a continuation of a period in a residential clinic or following a partial hospitalization program, too. The benefit of an outpatient program is that patients are able to live and work normally and can fulfill familial responsibilities. Counseling and therapy may continue for a longer period of time until the person in recovery has regained psychological strength and is able to function comfortably in society.

Each treatment option has its pros and cons. Residential programs are beneficial because the patient is able to focus fully on recovery, while partial hospitalization and outpatient treatment allow some form of normal life. For a local option, consider a drug rehab center or alcohol rehab center in Amarillo. Critical factors to think about as you choose a program type include the intensity of your addiction, its duration, your ability or otherwise to take leave to go to a residential clinic and whether your insurance covers the treatment.

Amarillo Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers

Alcohol and drug dependence often leads to a physical change in a person’s body. The body may become dependent upon the drug to function, and patients may suffer extreme physical and psychological symptoms without the drug. While it’s sometimes possible for patients to endure these symptoms without medication, in many instances this can lead to other complications. This is why it’s effective when detoxification happens in a hospital or clinic that has medical facilities to alleviate symptoms and monitor withdrawal. Learn more about the various Amarillo drug detox and alcohol detox centers today and reach out for help.

Recovery Meetings Near You in Amarillo

Residential, partial hospitalization and outpatient treatment programs help a person in recovery get through withdrawal and start to live a normal life without drugs or alcohol. However, these programs cannot necessarily help someone deal with the underlying life issues that led to addiction in the first place. Many people in recovery need or desire long-term help and counseling. There are various support groups available where former substance abusers can get together with others who have traveled the same road and find help, support and comfort.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous is one of the oldest and most effective support groups. AA, as it’s usually known, uses a 12-step recovery program to help people in recovery live sober lives. The program starts with acknowledging that the patient has no power over alcohol and cannot control his or her use. AA members refer to a higher power, which can be taken to mean anything but is one that helps them achieve victory over alcohol. AA groups are anonymous and meet on a weekly basis. Apart from support at the meetings, AA helps people in recovery by appointing sponsors who provide help to people in recovery at any time of day or night.

  • Moss Lane
    3512 Moss Ln.
    Amarillo, TX, 79109
  • AA
    1301 S Taylor St.
    Amarillo, TX, 79101
  • Ashmore Inn and Suites
    4019 S Lp. 289
    Lubbock, TX, 79423

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous operates on many of the same principles as AA; however, it’s specifically for recovering drug users. NA meetings are also anonymous. This is important because, in many places, the possession of drugs can lead to arrest and loss of employment. With both groups, anyone who’s living with addiction can attend, and they don’t have to have reached the point of recovery.

  • Northside Club
    401 Southeast 2nd Ave.
    Amarillo, TX, 79101
  • Faith City Mission
    401 SE 2nd Ave.
    Amarillo, TX, 79101
  • TDCJ
    9601 Spur 591
    Education 132
    Amarillo, TX, 79107

SMART Recovery Meetings

The SMART recovery organization helps anyone dealing with any form of addiction, including addictive behaviors and forms of substance abuse. Like the other organizations, membership is open to anyone suffering from an addiction. SMART adheres to scientific methods that promote recovery and wellness, and the program actively encourages self-empowerment and self-reliance. SMART is newer than AA and NA, and the network of meetings isn’t as widespread.

  • Meadowbrook Counseling Center/Maxine
    3418 Olsen Blvd.
    Amarillo, TX, 79109
  • Mental Health Resources
    1005 S. Monroe St.
    Tucumcari, NM 88401
  • Eddy County DWI Program
    401 S. Main St.
    Carlsbad, NM 88220

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Families, friends and loved ones of alcohol users and those dependent upon drugs often bear the brunt and hardships of being associated with those abusing drugs and alcohol. In many instances, family and friends just don’t know what to do or how to handle life with their loved ones. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon were formed out of the realization that families need help, too. The groups operate on similar principles to AA and NA, even to the extent of having a 12-step program. These groups provide valuable support and help for families of those who are abusing drugs and alcohol.

  • Al-Anon
    Alcoholics Anonymous Clean Air Group
    2906 Duniven Cir.
    Amarillo, TX, 79109
  • Nar-Anon
    St. Andrews Episcopal Church
    1601 South Georgia St.
    Amarillo, TX, 79102

Local Communities Near Amarillo, TX Served

  • 79101
  • 79103
  • 79104
  • 79107
  • 79109
  • 79111
  • 79116
  • 79118
  • 79120
  • 79124
  • 79166
  • 79172
  • 79178
  • 79185
  • 79189

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