Phoenix House Texas
Phoenix House has provided substance abuse treatment and prevention services in Texas since 1995. Each year, we help thousands of men, women, and adolescents overcome drug and alcohol abuse in order to lead productive, drug-free lives. We are committed to protecting and supporting individuals, families, and communities affected by substance abuse and dependency. Our continuum of care recognizes the long-term nature of recovery and provides a wide range of services—from prevention, early intervention, and treatment to continuing care and recovery support. In addition to our own programs, Phoenix House of Texas often collaborates with community organizations that offer specialized services. Our programs throughout Texas serve more than 15,000 adults and teenagers each year. Using innovative, evidence-based treatment methods, we address each client’s needs with respect and compassion. In Dallas, the Phoenix House Associates enhance our treatment programs through program development and service activities.
All Phoenix House Texas programs accept self-pay and accept/bill private insurance including but not limited to the plans below:
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- United Behavioral Health
- Value Options
Our adolescent residential and intensive outpatient services accept some managed Medicaid, CHIP, Department of State and Human Services, and Northstar plans.
Our Texas Locations
Our treatment philosophy is based on the understanding that addiction is a chronic disease. Individuals suffering from substance use disorders deserve evidence-based treatment in settings that offer privacy and dignity.
Insurance and Payment Options
Our experienced staff is skilled at working with all types of insurance providers to help you access the treatment you need. Phoenix House is an in-network provider for most major insurance carriers, managed care programs, and Medicaid.
What types of treatment and services does Phoenix House Texas offer?
Phoenix House offers a wide variety of programs and services to meet most clients’ needs. We provide assessments to evaluate the particular level of care and placement that best suits the client. In Texas, we offer residential services for adolescents, and a variety of outpatient services for teens and adults. Our programs use the latest… more
How do I get admitted to your program?
Please call 1 888 671 9392 to schedule an assessment with a professional who will help determine what level of care is right for you. We will then recommend the type of program that best fits your needs and either assist with scheduling Phoenix House enrollment or make recommendations for another treatment provider.
What type of professionals will be working with my loved one?
We employ master’s-level clinicians as the primary therapists for all of our clients. We have a psychiatrist on staff for medication management, and our medical director and nurse oversee medical issues. As direct care staff, we employ Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors (LCDC), professionals who are currently working on their treatment certifications, and individuals who are… more
Alex started experimenting with marijuana in middle school, and eventually progressed to prescription drugs and heroin. Finally, he got help at our Phoenix House Academy in Dublin, New Hampshire. Treatment “changed my life,” he said. “It showed me that you can be happy without the use of drugs.”
Mothers and their young children live together in our warm, welcoming Mother and Child Programs, where addiction treatment is offered alongside parenting education, day care, and other services—because families recover best when they recover together.
24 million Americans struggle with substance abuse, and that number includes someone you know— whether it’s your family member, your neighbor, or even you. If you or someone you love has a problem, we are here to help, providing compassionate care for clients across the country. Find a treatment location near you.
Phoenix Rising Music
With the help of Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Kara DioGuardi, teen clients in our Phoenix Rising Music Program tell their stories and heal through song. In their own words, our state-of-the-art recording studio and expressive arts program exemplifies “love, vision, joy, and determination.”
At our Mother and Child Program, photographer and educator Rob Goldman collaborated with our clients to tell their stories using portraiture and recordings. This multimedia “Just Like Me” Project puts names and faces on the struggle of addiction and shares the miracles of recovery, self-discovery, and hope.
Pop superstar Beyoncé was so moved when she met our clients that she and her mother, Miss Tina Knowles, created this innovative program at our Phoenix House Career Academy in Brooklyn. At the Center, we teach clients valuable vocational skills for a new career—and a new life—in recovery.
Many of our teen clients describe their life during addiction as “going nowhere.” Here, they explain how our Academy’s wonderful staff and unique combination of treatment and academics helped them get their lives back on track.
Every day, our courageous clients and expert staff work together to fight addiction. Take a look at the faces of Phoenix House and the array of programs and services—from counseling and family therapy to sports, yoga, and the arts—that help our clients build new lives in recovery. Learn more about our programs and find a treatment location near you.
Our clients of all ages are transformed through treatment into healthier, happier individuals. Here, as some of our teens share their stories of struggle and success, they all agree on one thing: “Phoenix house saved my life.” Learn more about our programs and find a treatment location near you.
Across Phoenix House
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In The Headlines
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