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601 North Frio Street
Building 2, 1st Floor
San Antonio, TX 78207


Service Setting

  • outpatient detoxification
  • outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or naltrexone


  • cash or self-pay
  • Medicaid
  • medicare
  • state financed health insurance other than Medicaid
  • private health insurance


  • payment assistance (check facility for details)
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Primary Focus

  • Drug & Alcohol Treatment
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Services Provided

  • Detox
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Type of Care

  • Outpatient Treatment

About Center for Healthcare Services Methadone Services

The Center for Healthcare Services Methadone Services of San Antonio, Texas resides in one of the fastest growing cities in the country. San Antonio offers a blend of different cultures, fine food and a comfortable, temperate climate.

Opioid/opiate drugs cover a large group of different substances, including heroin, codeine and fentanyl. Once addiction takes hold the need for some form of treatment help increases over time. As one of the top opioid addiction treatment centers in the region, our facility is a CARF accredited, licensed outpatient treatment program.

Our program offerings are designed to address the different challenges and conditions that can develop when detoxing from chronic opiate abuse. Whether you’re still at the early stages of opiate abuse or have been using for months or years, our program has experience in dealing with most all severities of abuse and addiction.

So if you’re looking for a program that can help you make it through opiate detox withdrawal and stop abusing drugs, the Center for Healthcare-Methadone Services can help.

Treatment Options

Opiate abuse in any form causes ongoing damage to the brain’s chemical balance and the body’s overall health. After months or years of opiate abuse, the brain and body work differently than they did before. At this point, the body requires opiates to maintain any sense of equilibrium.

These developments account for the physical, psychological and emotional discomfort that takes shape during the course of abusing drugs. Once a full-blown addiction takes hold, the body and mind have both come to depend on opiates to cope with everyday life.

The Center for Healthcare-Methadone Services uses medications specifically formulated to restore a normal chemical balance in the brain and body. These effects also provide considerable relief from opiate withdrawal symptoms, both physical and emotional.

Our treatment program options include:

  • Outpatient methadone detox
  • Outpatient methadone maintenance therapy (for cases where opiate withdrawal persists long after the initial 30-day period)
  • Outpatient suboxone detox
  • Outpatient suboxone maintenance therapy

While individuals who’ve only been abusing opiates for a short period may not require this type of treatment, someone with a long history of opiate abuse stands to benefit greatly from this line of treatment, especially during the detox stage.


Today’s opiate abuse epidemic has impacted people from all walks of life. In effect, anyone who has health insurance coverage has access to opiate-based medications. Since these drugs carry a risk for abuse and addiction, even casual misuse can open the door for addiction to develop.

For these reasons, the Center for Healthcare-Methadone Services offers amenities to accommodate different life circumstances. Our program offers detox assistance to Spanish-speaking individuals. We also offer detox services to the hearing impaired. Since young adults are also at high risk, we offer detox programs for adolescents as well.

Our medication therapy programs also include a range of amenity services, all of which work to help you replace addiction-based thinking and behavior with a healthy mindset and healthy lifestyle habits. These services include:

  • Individual psychotherapy
  • Support groups
  • Relapse prevention training
  • Group therapy sessions


Our detox treatment environments are designed to replace the confusion and turmoil of the addiction lifestyle with settings that provide a sense of safety and security where healing and growth can take place. Maintaining a stable treatment environment means enforcing certain rules or policy guidelines so everyone knows what’s expected of them.

Our program policy guidelines include the following:

  • No visitors allowed without prior approval
  • Smoking allowed in designated areas only
  • Staff are required to abide by privacy and confidentiality guidelines regarding patient information
  • No alcohol or drugs allowed on the premises

Overall, the Center for Healthcare-Methadone Services offers the level of treatment support needed to detox and recover from chronic, long-term opiate abuse problems. For more information on our program offerings, call us here at 866-351-3840(Who Answers?) .

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