A National Directory of Drug Treatment Centers and Alcohol Treatment Centers, Therapists and Specialists. A free, simple directory providing assistance and guidance for those seeking help regarding alcohol addiction, drug addiction, dependency and many other conditions that affect the mind, body and soul.
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Texas Treatment Centers

Texas AA Meetings

Austin Hill County Intergroup

Austin Oficina Intergrupal Hispana A.

Corpus Christi Coastal Bend Intergroup Association

Dallas Intergroup Association

El Paso Intergroup Central Office

Central Office Of Ft. Worth AA

Houston Intergroup Association

Oficina Interg Hisp De Houston

San Antonio Central Service Office

Tyler Central Service Office

Victoria Dist. 7 Answering Service

Wasco Central Texas Intergroup

Area 65: Northeast Texas

Area 66: Northwest Texas

Area 67: Southeast Texas

Area 68: Southwest Texas

Al-Anon Family Groups

Abilene Meetings- West Dist. 7

Amarillo Area Al-Anon

Big Bend Area Meetings- West Dist. 3

Al-Anon / Alateen New Mexico and El Paso, TX

Austin Texas Al-Anon / Alateen

Fort Worth Area Meetings- West Dist 8 & 14

Dallas Al-Anon

Greater San Antonio – Kerrville Area Al-Anon

Al-Anon Southeast Texas

Al-Anon Houston

Greater Houston / Galveston / Huntsville Area

Corpus Christi Area Meetings- East Dist. 2

San Antonio Area Al-Anon

Victoria Area Meetings- East Dist 3

Mental Health Services

Texas Department of State Health Services

Mental Health America of Texas

Texas Mental Health Resource

NAMI – Texas Mental Illness

Behavioral & Mental Health – Texas

Texas Mental Health and Substance Abuse

UT Counseling and Mental Health Center

Anonymous Groups

Cocaine Anonymous Texas Area

Cocaine Anonymous of North Texas

Central Texas Area NA

Dallas Area of NA

Texas State Convention of NA

Southeast Texas Area of Narcotics Anonymous

Houston Area Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous: Heart of Texas Area Service

Texas Gamblers Anonymous

Heart of Texas Overeaters Anonymous

Texas Sex Alcoholics Anonymous

Texas Helplines

AIDSLINE – call (800) 299-2437

Mental Health Association in Abilene Crisis Line – call (325) 677-7773

Child Abuse Hotline – call 800-252-5400

State Elder Abuse Hotline – call 800-252-5400

Domestic Violence Hotline – call 800-252-5400

Texas Suicide & Crisis – call 877-968-8454

Texas Youth & Runaway Hotline

The Rape Crisis Center – call 210-349-7273

Treatment & Detox Guide

Life with a 12-year-old alcoholic

Jane (not her real name) was faced with the shock discovery that her young son was drinking heavily when somebody knocked on her door to tell her he had collapsed in the street. At the age of 12, Alan, (not his real name) had drunk himself unconscious and was being revived by paramedics after attending….

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Your ADHD child and school

ADHD is a mental disorder, which largely affects the small children. Children with ADHD tend to be very impulsive, hyperactive and are not able to concentrate well on their work. Therefore, Children with ADHD show poor performance at school, which can hamper their academic performance. Usually small kids do behave in similar pattern as that….

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Why Obama Isn’t Funding Needle Exchange Programs

Buried on page 795 of President Obama’s budget, released last Thursday, is a paragraph banning the federal funding of needle-exchange programs for drug addicts — an apparent about-face on his campaign promise to overturn that longstanding ban. To the further consternation of AIDS and addiction activists, a statement of support for needle exchange was recently….

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Can drug addiction be cured?

With the increase in the number of dug addicts, there remains a question like can drug abuse be cured? The good news is that drug addiction can be completely treated and cured. Many of us consider that drug addiction is only prevalent in the low-income groups, or in those who do not have a proper….

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Alcohol keeps ‘cagey’ grip on moms

Before her hidden addiction came to light, Joan Bonsignore always seemed to hold it together. As a mother and wife, she headed school events and ran her husband’s medical practice. But at the height of her alcohol and pill addiction, the Eastchester mother of four wrote goodbye letters to her children, and at one point,….

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