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Texas Health Resources

612 East Lamar Boulevard
Arlington, TX - 76011
(682) 236-6023


Texas Health Behavioral Health provides access to mental, psychiatric and behavioral health services in both inpatient and outpatient settings across the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Commonly-treated conditions include schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression and detoxification for substance abuse. Recovery tools, rehab and counseling are all easily accessed through the Texas Health network.

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What is your current addiction that you are seeking help for? How long have you been addicted to it? (Do not enter private information; it may be published.)
posted Sep 6, 2020
Meth 19 years
posted Aug 28, 2020
posted Jul 29, 2020
posted Jun 17, 2020
Alcohol about 6yrs
posted May 28, 2020
Heroin meth
posted May 27, 2020
Opiates and heroin 2 years.
posted Mar 25, 2020
Heroin, Meth
posted Mar 24, 2020
posted Feb 7, 2020
Crystal Meth and Alcohol, 7 years
posted Dec 26, 2019
Opiates for 20 years
posted Dec 2, 2019
Alcohol, 5 yrs
posted Jan 19, 2019
Alcohol abuse
posted Nov 6, 2018

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) (Do not enter private information; it may be published.)
Yes the serenity house, 30 days . State funded
posted Aug 28, 2020
I just completed inpatient rehab but need follow up
posted Jul 29, 2020
posted Jun 17, 2020
It was free I don’t remember the name I went 2 separate times
posted May 28, 2020
Yes the right step. 30 days Insurance covered
posted Mar 25, 2020
Nexus in mesquite. It worked great, but I started using pain pills again. The treatment was paid by medicaid. I'm currently going to clean slate for 3 weeks now, but my medicaid expires January 1. The subuxone is helping me, but I still have trouble with diazepam because I'm very anxious, irritated easy. I don't think they are free for uninsured people, so I need help to continue mtreatment
posted Dec 2, 2019
Yes Sante 8/25/16 for 13 days
posted Nov 6, 2018

If you have any other information you would like us to know, please enter it here. (Do not enter private information; it may be published.)
I have an aggressive case of osteochondromas. Ive had 15 tumors removed. Mostly from my legs. And when i dont have anything for the pain it's unbearable
posted Mar 25, 2020
No job no insurance
posted Feb 7, 2020
No job, no insurance, no where to live
posted Dec 26, 2019
I relapsed last week on tramadol, but I'm really trying to make it work. I really need help. I'm tired of pills and not being able to function without them. I'm scared because my medicaidvends in January 1st. I need help. I have struggled 20 years with pills and other drugs too. I need medication to help me function. I can't do it on my own. I've tried that and bit doesn't last
posted Dec 2, 2019
Don’t have anywhere to live I want my life back from methadone and other opiates
posted Dec 16, 2018
no job, no insurance, asked to leave family home
posted Nov 6, 2018

Have you ever had free rehab before? How did you get in to the program? (Do not enter private information; it may be published.)
State funded rehab
posted Aug 28, 2020
I had a heat stroke and a bad kidney so i told them i was a heron user and they sent me to a rehab
posted Jun 17, 2020
posted May 28, 2020
Medicaid, star program
posted Dec 2, 2019


2019-12-02 20:58:13

I need help from opiates, I've taken for 20 years. My medicaid runs out jan1st 2020. I need medication to help me. I can't do it on my own.

2020-05-18 21:30:21

I need help with dual diagnosis please help me I'm having suicidal thoughts

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