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Posted on September 14, 2015 in

Dallas Central Alcohol & Drug Rehab Center

The Right Step Dallas Central offers a full continuum of alcohol/drug rehab and mental health care including inpatient detox, residential drug rehab, intensive outpatient care, a partial hospitalization program and aftercare. With convenient day and evening schedules, our intensive outpatient treatment program is ideal for individuals who work or attend college. The structured, supportive setting is an excellent solution for people who don’t require a higher level of care. It is also an ideal option for those in need of continuing support after completion of our inpatient alcohol and drug rehab program.

Our compassionate, experienced treatment team includes a double board certified psychiatrist and addictionologist, licensed clinicians and 24-hour nursing staff. In a warm, welcoming environment, we help clients uncover the root causes of substance abuse, overcome addictive and destructive behavior patterns, and develop healthy coping skills that facilitate recovery.

Convenient Location

Located in Euless, our facility is midway between Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas, in the middle of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Our building is on Euless Blvd between Westpark Way and Royal Pkwy. With its convenient proximity to the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas Central is easily accessible to both residents and visitors.

Partial Hospitalization Program

We offer a partial hospitalization program that meets Monday through Friday from 9am to 3pm. Treatment includes two hours of process groups daily as well as education groups on areas such as: chemical dependency, relapse prevention, shame resilience, life skills, medical aspects of addiction, coping skills, cognitive distortions, aftercare planning, recovery activities and physical fitness. Clients can return home or to a sober-living residence in the evening. We encourage participants to attend 12-step meetings at least three times a week, obtain a sponsor and engage in 12-step work.

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