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Health and Human Services Commission (Hhsc) Administration Region 3

801 S State Hwy 161
Grand Prairie, TX - 75051
(512) 424-6500

Description

Administration Region 3 Require:A client must be determined eligible for Medicaid (e.g., meet income requirements, and provide proof of citizenship and identity) to receive Medicaid-funded SUD treatment services. A client must receive an assessment from a Medicaid-enrolled chemical dependency treatment facility licensed by the Department of State Health Services to receive treatment. FEES: None DOCUMENTS REQUIRED: Call for information. ELIGIBILITY: Medicaid-eligible clients only LANGUAGES: Spanish AREA SERVED: Texas SERVICES:     Detoxification services     Intensive and supportive residential (adult and youth)     Outpatient (adult and youth)     Medication Assisted Treatment     Co-occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders services (adult and youth)     Specialized female services (adult and youth)

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meth
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Opoids, 20 years
posted Dec 2, 2019
alcoholism
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My medicaid ends in Jan 1st, and I need to continue treatment with subuxone or some other meds to help me. I also have a mental illness truchatriliamania, and I'm worse now I need help in pulling out all my hair. I need help with anxiety
posted Dec 2, 2019


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Medicaid, star program
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