Residential-stay is around 14 to 28 days in a residential setting with women or men 18 yrs. and older with counseling and medical services, including medication.
Crisis Residential-voluntary for 18 years and older experiencing a mental health crisis and may be chronically mentally ill and provides medication, group therapy and skills group for recovery and must be approved for this program. 24-hour crisis unit’s line 214-535-5618.
Statewide HIV-treats men and women positive for HIV who are seeking treatment for substance abuse and includes counseling and address housing and employment needs.
Outpatient treatment-sessions are available Tuesday through Saturday in the morning, afternoon and evening and include individual and group counseling, education about addiction, and training in the life skills needed for a productive life. 12-step programs and peer counseling.
Specialized Intensive services-for women who have children and pregnant women and they coordinate with the DFPS and the stay is 60 to 90 days.