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200 Corporate Drive
Midland, TX - 79706
(432) 620-0255
Fax Number: (432) 620-8220
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About Springboard Center

The Mission of the Springboard Center 
To restore health and dignity to individuals and families by providing quality treatment and counseling for alcoholism and drug abuse addiction to the residents of the Permian Basin and beyond and to raise the level of community awareness concerning substance abuse. The Springboard Center treatment programs and services are based on proven 12-step principles and best practice for addiction treatment.
The Springboard Center treats the whole person believing that diet, nutrition, exercise, emotional, mental and spiritual development help ensure long-term recovery.

Is this treatment center really free?

Most of the listings on this website are free; however, we decided it would also be helpful for our visitors to see sliding scale treatment centers (which are based on your income and you can qualify for free treatment) and low cost rehab centers for low income persons.

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Tips on Choosing a Free Rehab Center in Midland, TX

  • Make sure the center is accredited. Accreditation means that the center has met certain standards of quality and patient care. You can find accredited rehab centers by visiting the websites of the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) or The Joint Commission (TJC).
  • Check the center's track record. How long has the center been in operation? What is its success rate? You can find this information by reading online reviews or by contacting the center directly.
  • Consider the center's treatment approach. Does the center offer a variety of treatment modalities, or does it focus on one approach? What is the center's philosophy on addiction treatment?
  • Find out what the center's aftercare program is like. Aftercare is essential to long-term recovery. Make sure the center you choose offers a comprehensive aftercare program.
  • Make sure the center is a good fit for you. Consider your individual needs and preferences when choosing a rehab center. For example, if you have a co-occurring mental health disorder, you'll need to find a center that offers dual diagnosis treatment.

Here are some additional tips:

  • Ask about the center's admission process. What documentation do you need to provide? Is there a waiting list?
  • Find out what the center's policies are on insurance and financial assistance. Will the center accept your insurance? Does the center offer financial assistance to patients who need it?
  • Visit the center in person, if possible. This will give you a chance to meet the staff, see the facilities, and get a feel for the center's atmosphere.
  • Talk to people who have been to the center. Ask them about their experiences and whether they would recommend the center to others.
Choosing a rehab center is an important decision. By following these tips, you can find a free rehab center in Midland, TX that is right for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do free rehab centers exist?
Yes, there are a number of free rehab centers in Midland, TX. These centers are typically funded by government grants, private donations, or a combination of both.

Who is eligible for free rehab?
Eligibility for free rehab varies depending on the center. However, most free rehab centers accept people who meet the following criteria:
- Are addicted to drugs or alcohol
- Have a low income or no insurance
- Are willing to commit to treatment

What services do free rehab centers offer?
Free rehab centers offer a variety of services, including:
- Medical detox
- Counseling and therapy
- Group support groups
- Vocational training
- Job placement assistance


How long does free rehab last?
The length of free rehab varies depending on the center and the individual's needs. However, most free rehab programs last between 28 and 90 days.

User questions & answers

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What is your current addiction that you are seeking help for? How long have you been addicted to it?

What is your current addiction that you are seeking help for? How long have you been addicted to it?

Crack 7 years

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Monday, January 29, 2024

Crack 7 years

Meth

0 votes
Tuesday, July 25, 2023

Meth"dope" 10yrs

Cocaine 11 years

0 votes
Friday, March 24, 2023

Cocaine 11 years

Alcohol 20 years

0 votes
Sunday, February 12, 2023

Alcohol 20 years

Meth

0 votes
Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Meth

Crystal meth I've been on it when I got out of prison in 2002 I want help so that I can get back my family

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Saturday, June 25, 2022

Crystal meth I've been on it when I got out of prison in 2002 I want help so that I can get back my family

Alcohol for about 16 years

0 votes
Thursday, April 28, 2022

Alcohol for about 16 years

heroine. 6 years

0 votes
Monday, June 21, 2021

heroine. 6 years

Meth 14 years

0 votes
Thursday, April 8, 2021

Meth 14 years

Meth18 years

0 votes
Monday, January 4, 2021

Meth18 years

Meth/ marijuana

0 votes
Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Meth/ marijuana

Meth 2 years

0 votes
Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Meth 2 years

Cocaine 7 years

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Thursday, July 2, 2020

Cocaine 7 years

Cocaine opiates Adderall Xanax

0 votes
Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Cocaine opiates Adderall Xanax

Cocaine

0 votes
Monday, June 8, 2020

Cocaine

Methamphetamine/11 yrs

0 votes
Monday, June 1, 2020

Methamphetamine/11 yrs

Meth and Xanax using on and off for 4 years

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Friday, May 29, 2020

Meth and Xanax using on and off for 4 years

Methamphetamines 5 months

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Thursday, May 21, 2020

Methamphetamines 5 months

meth

0 votes
Tuesday, May 5, 2020

meth

Marijuana 9 years

0 votes
Monday, April 27, 2020

Marijuana 9 years

Have you ever been to a rehab facility before? How was it? What did you pay for treatment? (Let us also know the name of the treatment center)

Have you ever been to a rehab facility before? How was it? What did you pay for treatment? (Let us also know the name of the treatment center)

I went to JCD in dallas itís court ordered

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Friday, May 29, 2020

I went to JCD in dallas itís court ordered

Yes. Free

0 votes
Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Yes. Free

Yes I was covered through mhmr

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Monday, February 24, 2020

Yes I was covered through mhmr

Yes dont remember payment

0 votes
Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Yes dont remember payment

Yes, had i been ready it would have been  great, I was referred from MMH to Springboard

0 votes
Sunday, November 3, 2019

Yes, had i been ready it would have been great, I was referred from MMH to Springboard

Yes no payment

-1 votes
Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Yes no payment

Do you have health insurance? Do you have a high deductible?

Do you have health insurance? Do you have a high deductible?

Medicaid

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Friday, February 1, 2019

Medicaid

If you have any other information you would like us to know, please enter it here.

If you have any other information you would like us to know, please enter it here.

I've been shooting up for 18 years 2 years ago I had a cyst in my left lung the size of a grapefruit burst and went septic it like to have killed me I thought I could just stop but it's not that easy

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Monday, January 4, 2021

I've been shooting up for 18 years 2 years ago I had a cyst in my left lung the size of a grapefruit burst and went septic it like to have killed me I thought I could just stop but it's not that easy

I canít keep a job and I donít want to use anymore

0 votes
Friday, May 29, 2020

I canít keep a job and I donít want to use anymore

Open cps case and I already did an osar screening

0 votes
Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Open cps case and I already did an osar screening

I canít pay right up front.  I just want to get  clean

0 votes
Friday, April 10, 2020

I canít pay right up front. I just want to get clean

I don't have insurance and no job

0 votes
Monday, February 24, 2020

I don't have insurance and no job

I can't pay but need help getting off of meth

0 votes
Wednesday, January 29, 2020

I can't pay but need help getting off of meth

 I need to be able to detox and get back on the right track

0 votes
Sunday, November 3, 2019

I need to be able to detox and get back on the right track

I canít pay.  Iím an independent contractor for a insurance company and this addiction has now got in the way of me doing my job.

0 votes
Saturday, September 7, 2019

I canít pay. Iím an independent contractor for a insurance company and this addiction has now got in the way of me doing my job.

Have you ever had free rehab before? How did you get in to the program?

Have you ever had free rehab before? How did you get in to the program?

Yes. Turning point. Asked if they had a opening they did and I took myself over there.

0 votes
Monday, June 1, 2020

Yes. Turning point. Asked if they had a opening they did and I took myself over there.

Never ever

0 votes
Friday, April 10, 2020

Never ever

Yes. Called and told them my addiction was going to kill me, and was fighting depression.

0 votes
Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Yes. Called and told them my addiction was going to kill me, and was fighting depression.

Yes, st springboard and it was a referral

0 votes
Sunday, November 3, 2019

Yes, st springboard and it was a referral

Do they accept ex felons?

Do they accept ex felons?

Free Rehab Centers in Nearby Cities

Since many of our rehab centers are sliding scale, we have provided the Federal Poverty Guidelines below. Visit the Springboard Center website listed above to see what the level is needed for free care based on your income from the sliding fee scale.

Federal Poverty Guidelines for 2023

Persons In Family Household Poverty Guideline Salary per year
1 $14,580
2 $19,720
3 $24,860
4 $30,000
5 $35,140
6 $40,280
7 $45,420
8 $50,560

For Households with more than 8 persons, add $4,480 for each additional person.
*Alaska and Hawaii have different rates for HUD federal poverty guidelines.
These numbers above represent 100% of the Federal Poverty Rate. In order to get reduced or free treatment from some substance abuse centers, they use a sliding fee scale based on your income. When they use a sliding fee scale, the 100% rate can be different than 100%. In those cases, using for example a 200% federal poverty level, you will only need double the 100% number listed above to 200%.

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Important Definitions

Sliding Scale Treatment Fees that are variable based on the clients ability to pay. Fees are reduced for lower income persons or have less money due to high expenses.

Non-Profit Treatment Many non profit treatment programs are free or are lower cost due to the non profit organizations status.

Faith-Based Treatment Many religious organizations offer drug and alcohol recovery treatment at no cost as part of their ministry services. Many also offer payment assistance for those that qualify.

Medicaid Payment Assistance Medicaid often covers payment for alcohol and drug treatment. Medicaid coverage do differ by State. We provide recovery centers and programs that do accept Medicaid as payment for treatment.

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