Substance Abuse Resources
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Lewisville Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

You’re a lucky individual if you live in Lewisville, Texas. The town’s motto is, “Deep roots; broad wings; bright future.” With only 100,000 residents, a mild climate and beautiful Lake Lewisville for recreation, the town has an endearing small-town charm and plenty of things for families to do.

Sadly, one of those popular activities isn’t in the visitor brochures. In Lewisville, as in the rest of Texas and the nation, there’s a hidden epidemic of substance and alcohol abuse. Many people receive prescription opioid-based painkillers after suffering a true injury. Before they realize it, they are misusing their pain pills, and they feel powerless to stop. It’s so easy to feel ashamed and try to hide the problem, but it only grows worse in the darkness.

If you are ready to stop abusing alcohol or drugs, there is help available in and around Lewisville. This guide to treatment resources introduces you to some of your options and encourages you to step into the light of recovery treatment.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

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Experts say that opioid deaths are spiking in Texas. Don’t face your substance misuse alone. Contact The Recovery Village today to receive compassionate, up-to-date facts about your options for recovery treatment programs.

Finding Help in Lewisville

Lewisville, Texas Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Centers

There are no universal rehab programs for people who misuse drugs and/or alcohol. You have your choice of three basic types of programs at Lewisville alcohol rehab and Lewisville drug rehab centers. The type of treatment program with the best chance of success for you depends on the level of your substance abuse and the length of time you’ve been using. In some programs, you support occurs alongside the administration of prescription medications. These medications ease the symptoms of withdrawal and keep you comfortable when you have intense cravings or other discomforts.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    Some people have an easier time working through their substance abuse recovery when they take a break from their normal world. Without the stresses of daily living and the easy access to drugs or alcohol, they can focus on learning strategies to make better choices. You’re an inpatient when you choose a residential program. Your basic needs are satisfied, so you don’t have to concern yourself with how you will cook or clean for yourself or anyone else. You’re assigned a team of experts who assess your progress and encourage you every step of the way. Through components including individual and group therapy, art and creative activities and medical support and rest, you can advance quickly along your road to recovery.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    You may be uncomfortable at the thought of sleeping in a strange bed. You may need to help care for pets or dependents at night. It’s possible to attend daytime recovery treatment while returning to your safe house, apartment or family home each night. In a partial hospitalization program, you receive the same medical therapy, group therapy and counseling support as residential-treatment patients. You spend a good deal of time at the facility working through the different facets of your treatment plan. You’re expected to be honest and refrain from contacting or associating with people who abuse drugs or alcohol.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    If you’re battling substance abuse while holding down a powerful job or studying for a post-graduate degree, you should know that you’re not alone. Many high-profile people find themselves misusing alcohol and drugs. If your responsibilities and deadlines mean you can’t afford to go into a residential or partial hospitalization program, you can attend an outpatient treatment program. You’ll receive monitoring, health exams and other support, but you can maintain your work/study schedule. Outpatient treatment programs are also helpful for people with inadequate resources or limited insurance coverage.

Talk to drug misuse specialists to receive answers to other questions you may have about Lewisville drug rehab centers or Lewisville alcohol rehab centers. Ask you insurance representative or HR contact about coverage for substance misuse treatment in your health insurance package. When you have an idea of the resources available to you, you can make an informed choice about the rehab programs that may work best. Contact the substance misuse counselors at The Recovery Village near Lewisville to learn more about rehab options for you or a loved one.

Detox Centers

Enter into a treatment facility for a week or more and you come out with no drugs or alcohol in your system. That’s the basic premise of a detoxification (detox) program. Some drugs can make you feel really awful when you stop taking them. Other substances, including alcohol, can result in harsh side effects when you stop cold turkey. In a Lewisville drug detox or Lewisville alcohol detox program, you receive continual monitoring, and the professionals make you as comfortable as possible. You’re away from close sources of drugs or alcohol while you’re at your most vulnerable point. After your system is free of substances, you have a clear head to work on staying in recovery. Call the Recovery Village today to learn about detox options in facilities near Lewisville.

Recovery Meetings Near You

In Lewisville, there are recovery meetings open to people who want to discuss their substance abuse struggles or find support as they watch a loved one battle the misuse of drugs or alcohol. Recovery meetings are places of acceptance, honesty and learning. You find fellowship and compassion when you need them most. Recovery meetings are available for alcohol, drugs and other substances of misuse. Don’t face the difficult journey alone after returning home from drug rehab in Lewisville, TX or alcohol rehab in Lewisville, TX. There are many people and organizations ready to stand beside you as you work toward a brighter future.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

At an AA meeting, you hear people from all walks of life share their struggles with alcohol misuse disorder. You learn about the ways other people finally came to a place of recovery. You listen while people admit their successes and their failures. You learn that you are never alone in any struggle. In AA, alcohol misusers follow a 12-step program to work through both the reasons for and the effects of their misuse of alcohol. Participants submit to a higher power and ask that power to help them heal.

  • Lewisville Group
    Where:
    419 S. Mill St.
    Lewisville, TX 75057
  • Lewisville Office Bldg.
    Where:
    502 E. Purnell Rd.
    Lewisville, TX 75057
  • Closed Lewisville Meeting
    Where:
    359 Lake Park Rd. Suite 129
    Lewisville, TX 75057

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

When you’re ready to stop using drugs, NA meetings are a great place to spend some time each week. As a newcomer, you receive support in your efforts to stop misusing substances. NA doesn’t focus on one drug in particular, but on strategies that work for any drug misuse. Closed and open NA meetings are available. Sponsors believe that once you begin attending meetings following a treatment program, you should attempt to attend a meeting every day for at least 90 days to get to know the people and the program. Meetings can be beneficial on difficult dates and holidays, and to keep yourself from falling into old patterns.

  • Lewisville Narcotics Anonymous
    Where:
    359 Lake Park Rd. Suite 129
    Lewisville, TX 75057
  • Lewisville Insurance
    Where:
    419 S. Mill St.
    Lewisville, TX 75057
  • Lewisville Office Bldg.
    Where:
    502 E. Purnell Rd.
    Lewisville, TX 75057

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery Meetings help people with all types of behaviors from substance misuse to gambling. The organization believes in self-empowerment and a four-point plan to support and guide your recovery. SMART offers many resources such as online manuals, forums and face-to-face meetings. People who become members of SMART want to approach their recovery with a self-reliant, science-based attitude. SMART fills that need by continuing to evolve, as more information about substance abuse and alcohol abuse emerges. You learn techniques for self-directed change. SMART supports the use of prescribed medication to ease detox and recovery if necessary.

  • Grace Counseling Center
    Where:
    105 Kathryn Dr.
    Lewisville, TX 75067
  • Horizon Unitarian Universalist Church
    Where:
    1641 W. Hebron Pkwy.
    Carrolton, TX 75010
  • Methodist Richardson Center
    Where:
    401 W. Campbell Rd.
    Richardson, TX 75080

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings provide a soft place to land for friends and family who live and work with those who misuse drugs and alcohol. As much as your loved one, parent, spouse, coworker or friend tries to hide the disorder, it doesn’t always work. Hearts and promises are often broken. You may hesitate to tell your loved one how you truly feel. You don’t want to hurt his or her feelings. You may also feel judged by society because you have a family member with substance misuse struggles. At Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings, you can unload your feelings and frustrations without feeling guilty or ashamed. Others have been through the same emotions and disappointments.

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Friendship AFG
    359 Lake Park Rd. Suite 129
    Lewisville, TX 75057
  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Plano Hope Nar-Anon Family Group
    2001 Independence Pkwy.
    Plano, TX 75075

Local Communities Served

  • 75010
  • 75028
  • 75029
  • 75056
  • 75057

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Lewisville was last modified: October 9th, 2017 by The Recovery Village