San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Awareness

7500 Highway 90 Dave Coy Building, Suite 201
San Antonio, TX 78227

San Antonio, Texas
210-225-4741

About San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Awareness

San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Awareness is a nonprofit. They serve Bexar County and 28 other counties in South Central Texas. They offer prevention, intervention and substance abuse support. They offer free medication assisted treatment for adults who’re uninsured and underinsured. They also provide clients with free recovery coaching and support services in person and online.

Their recovery coaches help individuals get connected with community organizations that they need to succeed at life and reach their goals. Coaches also can provide mentoring and share their personal experiences to help individuals figure out the right path for themselves. Recovery coaches work with EMS and other first responders, hospitals, and courts to help those who overdose.

Recovery coaches can help with such a large range of things such as getting you enrolled in a family violence prevention course, getting GED testing, transportation or DWI classes, help finding places to do your community service hours, job searching and getting connected to medical and dental care. These are just a few of the things that a recovery coach can help you with. It's important to understand that recovery coaches are not healthcare professionals. They don’t offer medical advice, treatment, or diagnoses. What they can do is support you in your recovery journey as you move forward.

Amenities

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Day School

Addiction treatment programs provide an opportunity to get your life back on track with access to school class...es or college courses. Whether you want to finish your GED or go back to school to learn a new trade, facilities often enlist tutors and teachers who are certified or licensed by the state to oversee self-study or distance-learning education.
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Private Rehab

Private drug rehab provides a comfortable, secure environment that allows you to focus on doing the work to ge...t your life back on track. Benefits include a higher staff-to-client ratio, increased one-on-one time with therapists and healthcare providers, private rooms for clients, and customized forms of therapy.
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Private Transportation

Transportation services are designed to ensure your addiction treatment begins and ends successfully by offeri...ng free transportation to the rehab facility, to and from your appointments during rehab, and back home upon program completion.
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Residential Setting

Residential drug rehab provides the comforts of home with the therapeutic support needed to successfully recov...er. Benefits of an inpatient program include increased safety, a higher success rate, and the time and distance given to focus on recovery. Residential drug rehabs are often the preferred method of treatment, as they can be tailored to meet specific needs, offer focused therapeutic care, and provide the necessary tools to sustain recovery.
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Addiction Treatment Programs

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Adult Program

The Lone Star State offers a host of options for those in search of an adult program in Texas. From inpatient to outpatient care, adults can find a program that meets their needs for effective treatment of substance use issues.

Alcoholism

When you enter alcohol rehab in Texas, you’ll find support systems to help you on your recovery journey. Professional counselors, physicians, and other people in recovery provide services and support to help you make changes and learn how to enjoy a sober lifestyle.

Men's Rehab

Men’s rehab in Texas can create an environment that makes men more comfortable. Many men in Texas seek out this type of treatment for its gender-specific benefits.

Opioid Treatment

Through therapy, counseling, and medication assisted treatment, individuals in opioid rehab in Texas gain the skills they need to live a healthier life. The goal is to help you take control of your life and prevent relapse.

Women's Rehab

Many gender-specific issues must be addressed during addiction recovery. Women’s rehab in Texas provides the appropriate support for women’s challenges such as body image, motherhood, and trauma.

Teen & Adolescent Program

The goal of a young adult program in Texas is to set young people free from the effects of addiction and give them the skills they need to successfully navigate early adulthood. This is accomplished with age-appropriate settings, therapies, and activities.

Levels of Care

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Aftercare & Alumni Program

The initial weeks and months after rehab treatment are often the most difficult. Aftercare rehab in Texas is d...esigned to help you successfully navigate these challenging times and maintain sobriety. You’ll receive emotional, mental, and practical supports, for up to a year or more after treatment.
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Dual Diagnosis & Mental Health

A dual diagnosis treatment center in Texas provides programs for people who struggle with both substance abuse... and mental illness. Treating both disorders through an integrated approach is essential for recovery.
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Insurance

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Most states offer free alcohol and drug rehabs through public mental health and addiction treatment centers. T...hese centers often provide detox, intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), residential treatment, partial hospitalization programs (PHPs), and support groups. You must meet certain requirements in order to qualify for free alcohol and drug rehabs, such as lack of income and insurance.
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Contact San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Awareness

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7500 Highway 90 Dave Coy Building, Suite 201
San Antonio, TX 78227

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