Brazos Recovery

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#1 Drug & Alcohol Rehab In Texas

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What Makes Brazos Recovery Different?

Are you looking for freedom from addiction? Is someone you love struggling with alcohol or drugs? The staff at Brazos Recovery Texas Rehab want to welcome you with arms wide open – we are here to help you and your loved ones on a new road to recovery.

We are unique in our position to promote recovery as all members of staff at Brazos Recovery have firsthand experience with addiction. We are recovered addicts and alcoholics who have seen the damage, pain, and loss this disease can cause, and it is our sole aim to help anyone suffering find the same freedom we have. We have discovered, and now live, transformed lives with purpose, passion, and freedom in recovery and the good news is you can too at this Texas Rehab.

What We Offer at This Addiction Rehab Program

Brazos Recovery Texas Rehab is a full continuum of care at our drug and alcohol rehabilitation center. We offer supervised medical detoxes, long-term residential care, an intensive outpatient program, and sober living options for graduates of our treatment program.

Recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction takes time. Our admissions specialists will discuss with you how long you can expect to stay with us at out Texas treatment center based on you or your loved one’s needs.

Our approach to recovery is a combination of medical detox, evidence-based therapy, and the spiritualized 12 Steps. Even if you do not consider yourself to be spiritual, you are welcome here – we offer groups to suit everyone.

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Heroin Addiction

Information Provided by Brazos Recovery TX: Derived from the opioid family, heroin is an illicit and highly addictive class A drug. Though it provides the user with feelings of intense euphoria and pleasure, heroin is often used for the purposes of self-medication rather than recreation.

Cocaine Addiction

Information Provided by Brazos Recovery TX: Cocaine is a highly addictive class A drug. It is derived from the coca plant and is known as cocaine hydrochloride in its purest form. Cocaine was commonly used for medical purposes in the 20th century, its medical use is much less common today due its high level of potential for abuse and adverse effects.

Alcohol Addiction

Information Provided by Brazos Recovery TX: Alcoholism or Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is a progressive condition in which a person’s level of alcohol consumption in terms of volume and frequency of use creates a dependency. A person with an alcohol dependency will find it difficult to get through daily tasks and responsibilities without the use of alcohol.

Amphetamine Addiction

Information Provided by Brazos Recovery TX: It is a common misconception that amphetamines are less harmful than drugs like heroin and cocaine, whose addictive qualities are generally known. However, abuse of amphetamines can be just as physically and psychologically damaging to the user.

Stimulant Drug Addiction

Information Provided by Brazos Recovery TX: Stimulants drugs are those which increase levels of energy and excitement in the body. This affects a person’s physiological and psychological processes. Commonly known as ‘uppers’, stimulants include both legal and illegal drugs, like cocaine, ecstasy, and amphetamines such as Adderall and Ritalin.

MDMA/Ecstasy Addiction

Information Provided by Brazos Recovery TX: Abuse of MDMA can have significant and devastating effects on the individual using and their loved ones. Financial difficulties and strained relationships along with decreased cognitive functioning, concentration, and performance are just some of the negative effects of ecstasy abuse.

Ketamine Addiction

Information Provided by Brazos Recovery TX: Ketamine is a powerful psychoactive substance. It is known as a dissociative anesthetic drug that produces dissociative and hallucinogenic effects in the user. Medically, it is sometimes administered for the treatment of pain and depression due to its anesthetic properties in cases of emergency or when patients do not respond well to other forms of treatment.

Cannabis Addiction

Information Provided by Brazos Recovery TX: Cannabis, or Marijuana, comes from the cannabis plant. It is used both medicinally and recreationally. CBD (Cannabidiol) is one of two main chemicals found in the cannabis plant and is extracted for medicinal use due to its pain-relieving and anxiolytic properties. THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) is the other main chemical and is responsible for the drug’s psychoactive properties.

Synthetic Drug Addiction

Information Provided by Brazos Recovery TX: Synthetic drugs, sometimes called legal highs or ‘designer drugs’, are lab-made chemicals created to mimic other drugs, like amphetamines, cannabis, and cocaine. The term’ legal high’ is misleading, often leading people to believe that these drugs are harmless. However, this is a huge misconception, as synthetic drugs are far from safe.

Where is This Rehab?

Brazos Recovery Texas Rehab is located just south of the Dallas Texas/Fort Worth and north or Waco TX. Our recovery center is within a quarter-mile of the stunning Lake Whitney, which is surrounded by beautiful cinerary with great views and a private place to start your recovery journey. Although our campus was intentionally built in the country for the benefit of our residents’ mental and physical well-being, we are just a short drive to Dallas Texas, Fort Worth Texas, and any International Airport, where the majority of our clients are picked up and brought to our facility for treatment. We also pick up clients from Dallas Love Field Airport in Dallas, TX as well as many other major cities across the state of Texas. Such as Houston TX, San Antonio TX, Dallas TX, Austin TX, Fort Worth TX, El Paso TX, Arlington TX, Corpus Christi TX, Plano TX, Laredo TX, Lubbock TX, Garland TX, Irving TX, Amarillo TX, Brownsville TX, Grand Prairie TX, McKinney TX, Frisco TX, Pasadena TX, Killeen TX, Mesquite TX, McAllen TX, Waco TX, Denton TX, Midland TX, Carrollton TX, Abilene TX, Beaumont TX, Odessa TX, and Round Rock TX.

Treatment Services Included

  • Counseling (Group & One on One)
  • Extended Care Program
  • 12 Step Completion Program
  • Relationships
  • Spiritual Groups
  • Licensed Recovery Homes

Why Brazos Recovery

We know that finding the right treatment center is a daunting and challenging process. With so many options to offer, choosing the right one for you or your loved one’s recovery can be overwhelming in Texas. We understand that this is a pivotal moment for you. Where you choose to recover from your drug or alcohol addiction is an important and life-changing decision.

Rest assured we want the very best outcome for all who come to us, and we understand you may have questions – like why many so choose to recover at Brazos and how can you decide if it is the right place for you. Let us help you in the process of recovering in the DFW area.


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Our Mission

“Brazos Recovery Texas addiction treatment exists to promote permanent sobriety and complete healing for men afflicted with the disease of addiction.”

This addiction rehab center was founded on a simple vision to offer quality treatment, accountability, and recovery to all men who walk through our doors, Brazos has served as a beacon for hope in the lives of many men who have since recovered from the illness that brought them into our care.

We are here to help in any way we can. If you or a loved one is struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, one of our team members would love to assist at our recovery center.