The Best Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Texas

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The Science is Clear

The Symetria Method® for Outpatient Rehab Really Works

Inpatient rehabilitation centers can set a patient up for relapse by providing then abruptly removing medical and psychological support. Plenty of published research shows outpatient treatment can be just as effective as inpatient rehab.

In fact, the National Institute on Drug Abuse cites 40-60% of those attending inpatient rehab will return to using, while Symetria’s data shows only 11% of patients return-to-use.

Why is our method more effective? Because you address triggers and get support when you really need it, instead of being sheltered, then expected to cope. Unlike other clinics, you get medications and counseling for both addiction and any mental health issues like depression or trauma.

And, most patients want to continue treatment here. Insurance covers just 30 days in inpatient rehab, while the average Symetria patient stays for 9 months. (The risk of relapse is dramatically lower after the first six months).

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Doing Nothing

Continue to Live in Addiction
  • close-x-circle-svg Lose Out on Good Things
  • close-x-circle-svg Feel Sick
  • close-x-circle-svg Addiction is Expensive
  • sad-face-circle-svg You Can't "Just Stop"

Symetria Outpatient

Live Your Life While You Work to Save It
  • Keep Your Home Life
  • Anti-Craving Medications
  • Programs Are Affordable
  • Only 11% Return to Using

Inpatient Rehab

Live On-Campus for Treatment
  • close-x-circle-svg Can't Keep Home Life
  • close-x-circle-svg Usually No Medication
  • close-x-circle-svg Programs Are Expensive
  • sad-face-circle-svg 40-60% Return to Using

How Our Rehabs in Texas Work

All You Have To Do Is Show Up

Come in to make a plan. If you find you’re still using, we’ll keep talking. You have access to all evidence-based medications AND therapies, so it’s a matter of finding what works for you.

Evaluate how medications are working.

Change doses or medications as-needed with your medical team — anticravings, antidepressants, etc. (Monthly after you’re stable)

Meet with your therapist for group therapy.

Get accountability and a level of self-awareness that’s clouded in the chaos of addiction. (Consider 3 days a week)

Meet with your therapist whenever you need support.

Take advantage of unlimited one-on-one therapy sessions. You always have someone to talk to. (Consider weekly)

Wondering about costs?

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Is This Rehab Right For Me?

You Can Get Better Here, Even if You Tired Rehab Before

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Rehab for Alcoholism

Alcohol Detox:

Stopping alcohol cold-turkey is dangerous. We’ll talk about your situation and options before you come in. But, clearing alcohol out of your system doesn’t stop the mental torture. 

Medications for Alcoholism:

Naltrexone is usually the first choice, given in the form of a monthly shot (Vivitrol). Acamprosate (Campral) is another FDA-approved option. [Disulfiram (Antabuse) is FDA-approved, but rarely a good choice]. Off-label medications show promising research like Topiramate (Topamax, Qudexy), Baclofen (Lioresal), Ondansetron (Zuplenz, Zofran), Sertraline (Zoloft), Varenicline (Chantix) or even Gabapentin. Work with your medical team to find the medication or combination of medications that actually help you. 

Therapy for Alcohol Abuse:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is backed by hundreds of research studies as the best method for treating alcohol issues. The focus is on changing destructive thought patterns. Motivational interviewing is another evidence-based therapy used here. These methods treat underlying issues too (like depression, anxiety or trauma). Alcohol therapy groups meet in the mornings, evenings and virtually — usually for 3 hours. One-on-one alcoholism therapy is scheduled throughout the week.

Rehab for Drug Addiction

Drug Detox:

For opiates, get medications to stop withdrawal right away. Drugs like meth, cocaine or marijuana don’t have as intense withdrawals, but we can talk about relief if you are feeling bad.

Medications for Drug Addiction:

Opioid addictions (like heroin, OxyContin, Vicodin and Fentanyl) have several FDA-Approved options. Suboxone (Buprenorphine / Naloxone) is recommended by all by major health organizations. Methadone is for severe cases where Suboxone hasn’t worked. The Vivitrol shot (Naltrexone) is a non-addictive option for opiates and all other drug additions. Mental health medications like antianxieties or sleep regulators can also be help in stabilizing the brain and build healthy mental habits. 

Therapy for Drug Abuse:

CBT and DBT therapy in a group setting tends to be more helpful than one-on-one for drug addiction because advice and accountability comes from people that are going through it too. Eventually, your own story becomes the reason someone stayed sober and that’s a powerful moment. Three sessions of three hours each and a one hour one-on-one therapy group per week is recommended, but more is always more helpful to compare to inpatient rehab.

Texas Rehabs

Rehabs in Houston

In the Houston-area, pick from 3 locations in Harris and Brazos counties. 

1651 Rock Prairie Rd Suite 101,

College Station, TX 77845

Texas Rehabs

Rehabs in Fort Worth - Dallas

There are another 3 rehabs in the Dallas – Fort Worth area, with one more opening soon.

7229 Hawkins View Dr

Fort Worth, TX 76132

1813 Harwood Ct

Hurst, TX 76054

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Rehab Questions

Rehab is a place to get treatment for substance abuse issues. While most people think of an inpatient center, the science favors outpatient rehab. Symetria’s model specifically is 80% more effective than any other rehab option. Whether inpatient or outpatient, quality rehabs combine medicine and intensive therapies.

Everyone moves though the 5 stages of rehab at their own pace. And, with outpatient rehab, that’s ok.
  1. Pre-contemplation: a stage of denial when people don’t accept the fact that they need treatment, but may go to appease family
  2. Contemplation: acknowledges the need for help and open to stopping, but may still feel resistance
  3. Preparation: preparing for change, where support is critical and a longer-term treatment plan is created, usually more therapy is added
  4. Action: the hardest most stressful stage where patients actually make changes in their life and thought patterns to end the negative cycles of addiction
  5. Maintenance: during the final weeks or months of treatment where lifestyles have been adjusted and mental tools are working, but are still new and not yet as comfortable as drugs or alcohol were

Of course. Your treatment is your treatment here. And, people can recover without medication. In fact, most rehabs push abstinence-only. (But, that’s also part of the reason 60% of patients are using by month 6). If you find yourself still having cravings, you can always revisit. There’s no shame in taking medications.

Fair question. Here are some factors to consider.

  • Reviews: 4.9 rating on Google and 5-star rating on 
  • Accreditation: A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and CARF International Gold Seal earned by less than 20% of rehabs in the world for quality and ethics
  • Media: Referenced in hundreds of new stories like WebMD, research journals and the US News & World Report.

You may still feel skeptical. That’s normal, but don’t let it stop you. All you have to do now is show up and see for yourself.

Call to schedule your first appointment, which can be the same day. Then, all you have to do is show up. (And, keep showing up).

Your Next Step is Simple

The process starts with a friendly conversation to see if we’d be a good fit.

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