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ACADA (Amarillo Council on Alcohol/Drug Abuse)
806-374-6688  Jim Craig
ACADA website (link opens in a new window)

Free screening, evaluation, assessment, counseling (individual and group),  and referral for substance abusers and their families. Different types of outpatient services available. Works on sliding scale. Age 18 or older.

ACADA After Care Program
Weekly support groups provided for recovering family members and recovering substance abusers.  Works on sliding scale.

ACADA Families in Crisis
803 S. Rusk
These are sessions to give help to families dealing with alcohol or drug abuse. The sessions are free and no pre-registration is required. The sessions are Tuesday evenings 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Weekly Sessions: Abuse to Addiction, Family Roles, Family Rules, Co-dependency, Recovery. You may begin with any session.

There is also Dimmitt, Pampa, Tulia Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse.

ACADA TC Program
This program deals with people on probation or parole. Contact your probation or parole officer for details.

ACADA Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program
This intensive outpatient is appropriate for those who are chemically dependent and would benefit from a more structured treatment environment. The classes are held three times a week for 2 hours per session for 8 weeks.  Morning and evening available.

ACADA Outpatient Treatment Program
This treatment is appropriate for those who are substance abusers or chemically dependent but whose prognosis is such that a more intensive, restrictive, or structured environment is not required.  It is appropriate for those who have completed a more intensive program and are in need of additional education and counseling.  Works on sliding scale.  Meets once a week for 3 hours for 12 weeks.

Addictive Disorders Division
806-354-1810 ask for counselor on call.
Detoxification for people over the age of 18.

Top of Texas 806-376-7323 (talk to anyone available)
Weekly Meetings. Works with teens and adults whose lives have been affected by someone who drinks or uses drugs.

Alcohol Recovery Center
1522 S. Buchanan
Room, board, supervised living for males ages 18 and up. Must get a job: pay $14 per day/$98 per month;
They accept self or community referrals.

Basin Detox Inc.

Basin Detox website (link opens in a new window)
Hospitals located in Eden, Stanton and Refugio, Texas. All facilities fully bilingual. Detox for ages 18 and over. Medicare /Medicaid approved. Most insurances accepted. Insure 24-48 hours substance free prior to discharge. Provides appropriate referrals upon request.

Drug and Abuse Programs of America: Psychiatric and substance treatment for adolescents, 12 yrs & older and adults.

DTA - DADAP (Driver Training Associates)

DTA website (link opens in a new window)
This is a course designed to educate Texas drivers of alcohol and drug use and their effects on drivers abilities. Approved for a 5% discount for all Texas drivers and targets youthful drivers and zero tolerance laws.

Department of Veteran Affairs
Outpatient Treatment
6104 Avenue Q, South Drive
Lubbock, TX

The Ranch at Dove Tree
1406 County Rd 5800
Lubbock, TX 79403
800-218-6727 or 806-746-6777
The Ranch website (link opens in a new window)

This is a residential and Day treatment chemical treatment facility. It provides an intensive program for patients after detoxification. It encourages healthy and productive lifestyle, family involvement, and transition to outpatient treatment. The structured program consists of educational groups with a cognitive and behavioral focus. Most admissions are eligible for third-party payment through group health insurance of company sponsored health plans.

The Haven
This is a treatment center for women who want to become sober or get off drugs. This is a residential program and funded for indigent care.

Managed Care Center
2345 50th
Lubbock, TX
Managed Care Center wesbite (link opens in a new window)

Amarillo Satellite
808 S. Crockett
This is a place where they provide comprehensive help for individuals and families who are suffering from the effects of chemical dependency and other addictive disorders. They have screening, detoxification, residential treatment, outpatient treatment prevention programs, and other programs and services. They also have a resource library, outpatient adolescent services. Accepts Medicaid. Also available for presentations at no charge.

Narconon Arrowhead

Narconon Arrowhead website (link opens in a new window)
This is a short and long term rehabilitation center located at Arrowhead State Park in Oklahoma. They take insurance.

Panhandle Area of Narcotics Anonymous
Help Line - 806-378-0276
This is a meeting consisting of a variety of topics to help the addict. Meetings are held seven days a week. Also out of town meeting. Call the number above for details, times and places.

The Pavilion
The Pavilion website (link opens in a new window)

It offers an Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program for substance abuse and chemical dependency. A person may enroll immediately following inpatient detoxification treatment or enter directly if they have been free of substance use for 72 hours or greater. Some of the highlights of the program are: Group Therapy, Addictive Disorders, Individual Therapy, Dual Diagnosis, Ability to continue in work environment, and family centered program. Available 24 hours a day.

PRIDE (Randall and Potter Counties)
9300 South Georgia
Amarillo, TX 79118
Contact Bobbi Morton: 806-468-5708
PRIDE will assist youth who strive to overcome the problems associated with substance abuse by providing quality intervention, prevention, and alternative services for youth in the early stages. The student goes for assessment and then enrolls into the program that is needed. The parents must commit strongly to the program before it will work.

Professional Addictions Specialty Services (PASS)
#12 Medical Dr.
Amarillo, TX 79106
This is an intensive Outpatient Center designed to treat the needs of adolescents and adults with alcohol and/or drug problems. The programs are designed especially for the individual to meet their emotional, physical and spiritual needs. The participation from the client's family and other supportive people is encouraged. This is a private, non-governmentally funded treatment program. Most insurance plans are accepted.

REED Center
Plainview, Texas
This is an inpatient center that helps families with pre-screening for substance abuse. (They use the APSI) This place is for males only. The length of stay is from 14-60 days. They take students ages 13-17 but will take younger or older if they show need for adolescent care. They work on a sliding scale and will not turn anyone away.

"Renaissance Dream House"
This is a rehabilitation placement for women. They work in-house and attend meetings, bible studies, have chores, etc. No children.

Scott and White Clinic
Mental Health Clinic for alcohol and drug dependency. Inpatient for detox only and out-patient treatment during daytime and evenings for 18 years and older.

Serenity Residential Short and Long Term
806 El Paso
Plainview, TX 79072
Long term and short term residential center.

Summer Sky, Inc
1100 McCart St.
Stephenville, TX
1-888-857-8857 call anytime, 24 hours a day
Summer Sky website (link opens in a new window)

This is a treatment center dedicated to providing quality chemical dependency treatment. It offers acute care, primary care, partial hospitalization, adult & adolescent residential, and intensive outpatient services. Free Assessments & Screenings for admissions and is approved by most health insurance plans.

Veterans Hospital
6010 Amarillo Blvd. West
Drug/alcohol treatment for veterans, 18 years and older.

Walker House
1614 Avenue K
Lubbock, TX 79401
Residential short and long term substance abuse treatment. Self pay, medicaid, private health insurance, military insurance. Sliding scale based on income.

West Texas Counseling & Rehab
2300 Line Avenue
West Texas Counseling website (link opens in a new window)

Methadone clinic...outpatient services for 18 years and older. Within the spectrum of maintenance and detoxification, they provide individualized and group therapy, substance abuse education, infectious disease education and referrals.