MH/MR of Tarrant County Pine Street Resid/Billy Gregory Detox Claimed

1501 East El Paso Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102


Service Setting

  • residential detoxification
  • outpatient detoxification


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


  • sliding fee scale
  • 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 MH/MR of Tarrant County Pine Street Residence/Billy Gregory Detox

MH/MR of Tarrant County Pine Street Residence/Billy Gregory Detox of Fort Worth, Texas offers a comprehensive array of detox treatment services and addiction recovery supports. Our Fort Worth, Texas location allows us to service the greater Fort Worth-Dallas metro area and beyond.

For over 40 years, MHMR of Tarrant County has helped individuals and families overcome the effects of drug abuse and addiction in their lives. Our facility is a member of the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and employs licensed professionals who are experts in their fields.

Opiates, cocaine, alcohol and any other type of addictive substance can quickly destroy lives when substance abuse behaviors get out of control. We offer several different program options, including outpatient and residential-based detox treatment. So whether you’re still at the early stages of substance abuse or have been struggling with a drug/alcohol problem for years, there’s a program at MHMR of Tarrant County that’s right for you.

Treatment Options

MHMR of Tarrant County runs two types of detox programs: outpatient and residential. The two program types differ in that outpatient care allows you to live at home while attending treatment sessions throughout the week, while residential treatment takes place within a live-in treatment environment.

Ultimately, the severity of your addiction should be your guide in terms of which program type will get you through detox. As a general rule, the more severe the addiction problem the greater the need for residential-based care during the detox stage.

Both program types offer many of the same services, including:

  • Medical monitoring and treatment of withdrawal symptoms
  • Personalized treatment planning
  • Aftercare planning
  • Suboxone-assisted withdrawal

If you’re dealing with a chronic or long-term addiction problem, suboxone-assisted withdrawal offers considerable relief from cravings and withdrawal symptoms. This line of treatment can go a long way towards getting you through the detox stage, especially if you’ve had little to no success with other forms of detox treatment.


The effects of opiate addiction disrupt most every major life area, compromising your physical health, emotional well-being and ultimately your relationships and ability to function in everyday life. Recovering from addiction entails addressing each of these areas in treatment, starting with the detox treatment stage.

In addition to the medical treatment our program offers, MHMR of Tarrant County provides a range amenities, each of which is designed to help you work on the areas most impacted by opiate abuse. Program amenities include the following:

  • Treatment for co-occurring mental health problems
  • Women’s based addiction treatment sessions
  • Court-ordered addiction treatment
  • Treatment that caters to the hearing impaired
  • Holistic-based treatment therapies

In terms of our treatment services for co-occurring mental health issues, problems such as depression and anxiety tend to develop during the course of long-term opiate abuse. This services in particular can prove invaluable during the detox stage since these types of conditions are known to aggravate drug cravings.


Programs at MHMR of Tarrant County adhere to certain policy guidelines to ensure patient safety and privacy. Program policies to consider include:

  • Staff must adhere to privacy and confidentiality protocols when handling patient information
  • No alcohol or drugs on the premises
  • Rules of conduct that work to create a respectful treatment environment
  • Smoking allowed in designated areas

Overall, our program offerings provide a range of treatment supports to accommodate your treatment needs during detox. If you’re looking for detox treatment help in Fort Worth, Texas, MHMR of Tarrant County can help. Feel free to call us at 800-483-2193(Who Answers?) for more information.

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