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123 East Colorado Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75203


Service Setting

  • outpatient detoxification
  • outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or naltrexone


  • cash or self-pay
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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 Dallas County Treatment Center

Located in Dallas Texas, Dallas County Treatment Center operates as an outpatient-based, opiate addiction treatment facility. With a population of well over 1.3 million, the city of Dallas affords our program with far-reaching opportunities to help local residents as well as individuals living throughout the Dallas-Houston metropolitan area.

Detoxing from opiate addiction entails treating the damage done to the body as well as to the mind. Dallas County Treatment Center offers the types of treatment supports needed to gain a firm footing in the recovery process for one affordable fee. With a dedicated team of experienced opiate addiction specialists, we use the latest research findings to provide the type of care you need to live a drug-free life.

If you’ve been struggling with opiate abuse and had little success with standard treatment programs, our program’s specialized treatment approaches can offer the added level of support you need to break the opiate abuse cycle.

Treatment Options

Treatment options offered by Dallas County Treatment Center work to address the damaging effects left behind by chronic opiate abuse. If you’ve tried to stop using in the past and failed, you already know how difficult it can be to overcome the withdrawal effects that develop when drug use stops.

With chronic opiate abuse, the effects of the drug change how the brain works, both physically and psychologically. While it is possible to make it past the physical withdrawal effects, it’s only a matter of time before feelings of deep depression and anxiety drive you to resume drug use. This is especially true during times of stress.

Treatment options offered by our program include:

  • Methadone detoxification
  • Suboxone detoxification
  • Medical evaluations
  • Methadone maintenance treatment for post-withdrawal period symptoms

In effect, our treatment approach relies heavily on medication-assisted treatments, which are proven to address the types of physical and emotional challenges that develop during the course of opiate detox. If you’re coming off a chronic or long-term opiate addiction, this line of treatment offers the best chance of weaning off opiates and living a drug-free lifestyle.


Once admitted to our program, you’ll be assigned a team made up of a counselor, physician and nurse who work with you to develop a treatment plan. The treatment plan process is designed to address your individual needs and circumstances in terms of the types of challenges that stand in the way of long-term abstinence.

In addition to medication-assisted treatment, you’ll participate in a range of behavior-based interventions that are designed to help you develop healthy ways of coping with everyday life stressors and pressures. Behavior-based interventions used by Dallas County Treatment Center include:

  • 12 Step support groups
  • Drug education
  • Individual psychotherapy
  • Group therapy

You and your treatment team will also develop an aftercare plan to help ensure any ongoing treatment needs are addressed after you complete detox.


Dallas County Treatment Center program policies work to ensure your overall well-being during the course of treatment as well as maintain quality standards throughout the treatment process. Program policy guidelines act as guideposts for both you and your treatment team as you progress through detox.

Our program policies include:

  • Attend all scheduled treatment sessions
  • Privacy protections that maintain your confidentiality while in treatment
  • Treatment services offered must comply with state and federal regulations
  • Keeping you informed of any changes made to your treatment throughout the course of treatment

Treating opiate addiction requires a multi-pronged approach to ensure the aftereffects of chronic opiate abuse are dealt with during and after the detox stage. If you’ve have little to no success with other types of treatment programs, the supports we offer may well be what’s needed to help you overcome opiate addiction once and for all.

For more information on our program offerings, call our helpline at 866-351-3840(Who Answers?) .

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