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30-Day Inpatient Rehab Centers in Texas

In the southern U.S., Texas rehab centers provide an ideal opportunity for those struggling with alcoholism to work toward recovery in a therapeutic environment. Largely found near major metropolitan areas such as Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, and Houston, Texas-based rehab centers provide a variety of services and programs to treat addiction including both inpatient and outpatient settings.

As of 2017, Texas state offers 431 treatment centers including:1

Additionally, parent company of, American Addiction Centers (AAC) also offers rehab in Texas at Greenhouse Treatment Center located in Grand Prairie, Texas.

What Is a 30-Day Inpatient Rehab Program?

Inpatient rehabilitation programs refer to the treatment of substance abuse disorders in a controlled facility. Treatment involves many components and is designed to address not only the substance abuse but the underlying causes of addiction. Individuals can find these types of programs across the country including Texas

Inpatient rehabilitation for substance abuse can be short-term, ranging from several weeks to 12 months.2,3 Short-term residential programs such as a 30-day inpatient rehab program can help individuals get started with the recovery process in a controlled environment with 24/7 monitoring and support. While 30 days can be a beneficial way to start recovery, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) notes that longer treatment lengths are associated with better outcomes.2 Studies show that most people need at least 90 days to substantially reduce or stop substance abuse.2

To determine the best length of treatment, a medical professional will evaluate your needs based on a number of factors. Factors that may determine your length of treatment include:2

  • Age.
  • Ethnicity and culture.
  • History of drug abuse (including length of use, type of drugs used, and previous drug use).
  • Medical issues.
  • Mental health issues.
  • Social support systems and functioning.
  • Legal problems.
  • Status of employment and employment history.
  • Gender.

What Are the Benefits of a 30-Day Inpatient Rehab Program?

Thirty-day inpatient rehab programs offer several benefits if you are struggling with substance abuse. One of the greatest benefits is a safe detox from drugs and alcohol, as medical interventions and staff are available around-the-clock. It is the safest environment for the treatment of withdrawal symptoms because patients are medically monitored and supported throughout the process.4

Inpatient rehab also allows you to fully focus on your recovery without the distractions of the outside world such as work-related stress, financial challenges, and marriage and family problems. In inpatient rehab, you can expect to focus solely on you and your recovery in a supportive environment.

Because residents live among their peers, it can be beneficial in helping some feel less alone during treatment. Through participation in therapy, you’ll also have the opportunity to interact with others in a safe setting or converse with others during free time or recreational activities.

What to Expect in Treatment for Alcoholism

Effective substance abuse treatment involves many layers and is tailored to each person’s unique needs, goals, and personal history. Your treatment plan will constantly be monitored and modified to suit your needs and support your growth throughout the recovery process. Inpatient treatment generally includes services such as:2

  • Evidence-based individual behavioral therapies.
  • Group therapy.
  • Peer support programs.
  • Medications.

If you are planning to enter an inpatient rehab program, you can expect to follow a daily schedule that includes a combination of individual and group therapy, support groups, and, in some cases, adjunct treatments such as yoga, meditation, and art therapy. Generally, you are not permitted to leave the premises to visit friends and family until you have completed your program.

Most rehabs permit visitation from friends and family; but keep in mind that certain parameters may need to be met for you to have visitors. These can include visitations on specific days, restricting the number of visitors, and meeting treatment milestones. Communication with family members via telephone may also be limited to certain days and times.

How Much Does 30-Day Rehab Cost in Texas?

The cost of a 30-day alcohol and/or drug rehab program varies in Texas and across the country. The cost can range from hundreds to thousands of dollars, depending on certain variables. Cost of services, type of services, and duration of stay can all impact the overall cost of treatment. It is estimated that inpatient treatment is around $300 per day in Texas.5 However, that number can be considerably different depending on the factors listed above.

The best way to determine what is covered and what out-of-pocket costs you may have is to talk to your insurance provider. To do so, call the number on your insurance card and speak to an insurance representative. If you have insurance, there is a strong possibility that a large portion of your services may be covered.

Outlined in The Affordable Care Act (ACA), substance abuse services are one of 10 essential health benefits and therefore requires insurance plans to offer substance abuse treatment to the same extent as they cover medical treatments.6 If you don’t have insurance or are concerned about the cost of treatment, talk with an admissions coordinator about potential scholarships or sliding fee scales to help cover the cost.

How Do I Find 30-Day Alcohol Rehab Centers Near Me in Texas?

Most communities offer a directory of substance abuse treatment facilities including additional information about program services such as location, type, eligibility criteria, staff qualifications and cost.7 Additionally, every state has a statewide directory of all alcohol and drug treatment programs licensed there.7 Further, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has an online resource that can help you locate treatment centers offering 30-day rehab in Texas.

One option for rehab in Texas is Greenhouse Treatment Center which offers a 30-day treatment program in a spa-like facility with specialized programs tailored to veterans, LGBTQ+, first responders, and impaired professionals. It also offers Christian-based treatment and treatment for those with chronic mental illness. Amenities include indoor and outdoor recreational activity areas, a fitness center, mindfulness spaces, biofeedback, a pool and hot tub, massage, and private room accommodations.

30-Day Rehab at Greenhouse Treatment Center

When you enter Greenhouse Treatment Center, you can expect to be welcomed by caring and courteous staff who will help calm your nerves and make the process as seamless as possible. First, you’ll meet with a therapist who will help create a treatment plan based on the information you provide. Next, you will meet with a nurse who will confirm and review your medical history to ensure you receive the medical care required. Your personal items will be inventoried and you will be escorted to your living area.

A typical day includes a schedule of activities such as meals, support groups, educational groups, reflection time, and recreational time. You can find a detailed description of the daily schedule of events here.

Discuss Your Treatment Options for Alcohol Rehab in Texas

If you’re ready to seek treatment for alcoholism or would like to learn more about rehab at Greenhouse Treatment Center, AAC can help. Our admissions navigators are available 24/7 to take your call, and there is no obligation to make any decisions today. The team at Greenhouse is eager to meet you and help you work toward recovery today.

We’ll be with you every step of the way and our team of medical professionals and addiction specialists will oversee your entire journey. We work hard to ensure every person in need is able to get the help they need for addiction and can work with you on a manageable payment schedule so that finances aren’t a roadblock to getting the help you deserve.

Call us at to get your questions answered about alcohol rehab, our facility, our approach to treatment or how to pay for our 30-day program.