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Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Centers in Hunt, TX

Hunt, TX has nearby choices for addiction treatment including: 3 low cost programs, 2 inpatient rehab centers, 4 drug rehabs that take PPO insurance like BCBS, 2 drug detox, 3 outpatient rehabs.

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Alcohol and Drug Rehab Facilities Serving the Hunt, Texas Area:

    drug treatment facility - La Hacienda Treatment Center TX
    145 La Hacienda Way
    Hunt, TX. 78024

    For over 40 years La Hacienda Treatment Center has been dedicated to serving the needs of alcohol and chemically dependent individuals and their families.

    Hill County Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse IncSAMHSA

    alcohol treatment facility - Hill County Council on  TX
    102 Business Drive
    Kerrville, TX. 78028

    Hill County Council on is 14.5 miles from Hunt, Texas

    Hill Country Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse Inc. Kerrville TX is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit Corporation Licensed by the State of Texas.

    Hill Country MH/DD Centers Outpatient Treatment ServicesSAMHSA

    alcohol treatment facility - Hill Country MH/DD Centers TX
    819 Water Street
    Kerrville, TX. 78028

    Hill Country MH/DD Centers is 18.6 miles from Hunt, TX

    Hill Country MH/DD Centers provides addiction treatment and rehabilitation services such as inpatient addiction treatment programs, outpatient substance abuse counseling, detoxification programs, long term rehab centers, short term rehab programs, and others to people living in the local community so that they conquer their drug and alcohol use issues and find full sobriety. It has services - such as individual psychotherapy, 12-step facilitation approach, relapse prevention, vocational rehabilitation services, anger management, dual diagnosis drug rehab, and others - which follow its philosophy of the programs that work most effectively. This is because Hill Country MH/DD Centers believes that complete recovery can only be achieved through highly personalized care.

    Further, the alcohol and drug rehab program specializes in many other programs - like clients referred from the court/judicial system, persons with post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse education, active duty military, social skills development, transgender or (LGBT) clients and more - as well as many other treatment modalities listed below. Further, this substance abuse treatment center has aftercare plans that work in line with its treatment modalities to make sure that clients maintain permanent, full, and lasting sobriety, stability, and abstinence from alcohol and drugs.

    Lastly, Hill Country MH/DD Centers accepts private pay, private medical insurance, payment assistance, medicare, medicaid, state welfare or child and family services funds, other state funds, and more.

    Starlite Recovery CenterCARF AccreditedSAMHSA

    drug rehab facility - Starlite Recovery Center TX
    230 Mesa Verde Drive East
    Center Point, TX. 78010

    Starlite Recovery Center is 26.1 miles from Hunt, Texas

    For 60+ years, Starlite Recovery Center in Texas has been providing quality care & treatment to adults struggling with drug or alcohol abuse.

      Commonly Asked Questions about Addiction and Treatment

      Why do drug abusers live in denial?

      "Denial is a common characteristic of many people struggling with substance abuse. It involves refusing to accept the reality of their addiction and its damaging consequences. There are several reasons why this denial occurs:

      Fear: Admitting a problem means confronting the reality of addiction, including the perceived pain of withdrawal, the work of recovery, and potential stigma. Fear of these challenges can drive a person to deny their problem.

      Guilt and Shame: Addiction often brings feelings of guilt and shame. Denial serves as a defense mechanism to avoid these difficult emotions.

      Cognitive Impairment: Substance abuse can physically alter brain function, impairing judgment, memory, and self-awareness, making it harder for individuals to recognize or admit they have a problem.

      Perception of Normality: If substance use is a daily occurrence, it can seem normal to the person doing it. They may think everyone else is doing the same or that their usage is acceptable or controlled.

      Rationalization and Minimization: Individuals with substance use disorders often rationalize their behavior ("I only use on weekends") or minimize the consequences ("I still have my job, so it's not a problem").

      Avoidance of Responsibility: Acknowledging the addiction implies a responsibility to change. Denial helps avoid this responsibility.

      How to face a drug abuser as a family?

      Facing a family member who is a drug abuser is a challenging and emotional process. The ultimate goal should be to encourage the individual to seek help. Here are some steps that can be taken:

      • Educate Yourself: Understanding addiction is key. It's a complex disease that affects both the brain and behavior. Learning about the nature of addiction, its causes, its effects, and the process of recovery will equip you with the necessary knowledge to approach your loved one.
      • Create a Safe Space for Dialogue: Organize a time to sit down and discuss your concerns. The environment should be non-judgmental and non-confrontational to prevent the person from feeling attacked or defensive.
      • Express Concern and Love: Start the conversation expressing your love and concern. Be honest about your feelings and observations, providing specific examples of behaviors that have worried you.
      • Use "I" Statements: Instead of accusing or blaming, use "I" statements to express how you feel. For instance, instead of saying, "You're ruining your life," say, "I feel worried and scared when I see you harming yourself."
      • Encourage Them to Seek Help: Encourage your loved one to seek professional help. Offer to assist them in finding resources, such as therapists, counselors, rehabilitation centers, or support groups.
      • Consider an Intervention: If direct conversation doesn't work, consider planning a professional intervention. An intervention involves a gathering of close friends and family who express concern and urge the individual to get help, guided by a professional interventionist.
      • Set Boundaries: It's important to protect your own well-being. This can involve setting boundaries regarding what behaviors you will not tolerate. Be firm about these boundaries and the consequences of crossing them.
      • Seek Support for Yourself: Coping with a loved one's addiction can be emotionally taxing. Don't neglect your own needs. Seek support from therapists, counselors, or support groups designed for family members of people struggling with substance abuse.

      How do I know if a long term drug rehab is right for me?

      Deciding on the right form of treatment for drug addiction is a highly personal decision, and it depends on a variety of factors. Here are some key considerations to help you determine if long-term drug rehab might be the right choice for you:

      • Severity and Duration of Addiction: If you've been struggling with addiction for a long time, or if your substance use is severe, long-term rehab might be the most effective option. This is because it provides a more extended period of structured support and therapy, which can be beneficial in breaking longstanding patterns of substance use.
      • Previous Treatment Attempts: If you've attempted shorter treatment programs in the past and haven't been successful in maintaining sobriety, a longer-term program could be more beneficial.
      • Co-occurring Disorders: If you're dealing with a dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorders �'' such as addiction along with depression, anxiety, or another mental health condition �'' a long-term rehab program can provide the comprehensive care needed to address both issues concurrently.
      • Support at Home: If your home environment is not conducive to recovery �'' for instance, if there are other substance users in the home, or if it's a high-stress environment �'' a long-term rehab facility can provide a safer, more supportive environment for recovery.
      • Physical Dependence: If you've developed a physical dependence on a substance, particularly if withdrawal symptoms are severe or potentially dangerous, a long-term rehab program can provide the medical supervision necessary to ensure a safe detoxification process.
      • Desire for a Comprehensive Approach: Long-term rehab programs typically offer a comprehensive approach to recovery, including medical care, therapy, skill-building, and sometimes vocational training. If you're seeking a program that addresses multiple aspects of recovery, long-term rehab might be a good fit.

      Remember, this decision should be made in consultation with healthcare professionals, such as a primary care physician, a psychiatrist, or an addiction specialist. They can provide an assessment of your situation and offer professional recommendations based on your specific needs and circumstances.

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