San Angelo, TX Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers
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|Name||Address / Platform||Treatment Programs||Insurance||Region|
|ADACCV Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley||Outpatient||Medicaid||San Angelo|
|The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley||Detox / Outpatient||Private||San Angelo|
|River Crest Hospital||Detox / Inpatient / Outpatient||Medicaid / Private||San Angelo|
|ADACCV Saras House||Inpatient||Medicaid||San Angelo|
|ADACCV Williams House||Inpatient||Medicaid||San Angelo|
|Williams House San Angelo||Inpatient||Medicaid||San Angelo|
|West Texas Counseling and Rehabilitation Program San Angelo||Detox / Outpatient||N/A||San Angelo|
|West Texas VA Health Care System San Angelo Clinic||Detox / Inpatient / Outpatient||Private||San Angelo|
|U Turn for Christ San Angelo||N/A||N/A||San Angelo|
|West Texas Centers Runnels County||Outpatient||Medicaid / Private||Winters|
|Shades of Hope Treatment Center||Inpatient||Private||Buffalo Gap|
|West Texas VA Health Care System George H OBrien VAMC||Inpatient / Outpatient||Private||Big Spring|
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San Angelo is a large city on the Concho River in west Texas known for its riverwalk trails and friendly environment. If you live in the area and find yourself struggling to cope with the effects of substance use disorder (SUD), you can search for San Angelo drug rehab online to find various treatment programs to begin your recovery. Additional guidance in choosing a program is available by calling our helpline and speaking with an experienced treatment specialist. Whether you participate in residential or outpatient treatment, you will need a group of supportive people to help you through the challenges of recovery. Supportive family and friends can help you navigate setbacks, but peer support is also vital to your recovery. Mutual support groups such as Narcotics Anonymous may play a significant role in your recovery. Meetings, either in person or online, are available daily and are free to attend. You are invited to try several different meetings to find one that resonates with you. Narcotics Anonymous uses a 12-step program that is spiritually based but is not affiliated with any religion. In meetings, members share their recovery stories, focusing on their experience, strength, and hope. You are invited to take what you want from meetings and leave the rest. People who attend meetings regularly are less likely to relapse than those who attend occasionally. Because members practice the principle of anonymity, Narcotics Anonymous meetings provide a safe and supportive environment for people in recovery. With the help available in drug rehab Texas facilities, you will begin your recovery with a solid foundation.