Finding a suitable chemical dependency treatment center can be a difficult process. Odessa, Texas offers three choices to fit your needs. Clover House, Turning Point and West Texas Counseling and Rehabilitation all have one thing in common to offerÃ¢Â?Â¦a sober tomorrow.
Clover House, located at 300 North Jackson Street, provides residential long-term treatment for more than 30 days and residential short-term that is 30 days or less.
Special Programs and groups include persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, DUI/DWI offenders and Criminal Justice clients, persons with HIV/AIDS, Gay and Lesbian and seniors/older adults.
Special language services include ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired and Spanish.
The only form of payment accepted is self payment.
Clover House can be contacted at (432) 580-8175 for more information.
Turning Point, located at 2000 Maurice Road, provides detoxification services and intensive short-term (30 days or less) residential treatment and also long-term (more than 30 days) residential treatment.
Adults are assisted through the detoxification period and then they are placed in a highly structured and supervised residential setting.
This program is designed for newly-recovering individuals.
The only form of payment accepted is self payment. They do offer payment assistance such as a sliding fee scale based on income and other factors.
Turning Point can be contacted at (432) 580-2654 for more information.
WEST TEXAS COUNSELING AND REHABILITATION (WTCR)
West Texas Counseling and Rehabilitation (WTCR), located at 515 N. Golder, offers intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment programs. They provide maintenance, detoxification and counseling services. WTCR was founded in the mid 1980’s by Dr. Juan Garcia, M.D., Ph.D. They currently offer services in eight locations throughout Texas.
Within the maintenance and detoxification period they provide individualized and group therapy, substance abuse education, infectious disease education and referrals.
The philosophy and mission of WTCR is that they recognize that addiction is a mental illness that affects the whole person, the family system, the work environment and the community. There priority is to gain control over the addiction, to stop the need for drugs and to remove the clients from the main circle that promotes drug use. The goal for most clients is to reach a level of productive employment, ability to live as a responsible citizen and the ability to support a family through their rehabilitation.
They provide services to all adults (18 years of age and older) addicts who wish to receive those services on an outpatient basis. These services are provided on an individualized basis so they can identify the needs of each patient. They also have special programs and groups for pregnant and postpartum women.
WTCR works toward a medication-free status for those clients who are medically indicated, before they are released from the program.
Payment accepted by WTCR is self-payment and Medicare. Special language services include Spanish.
WTCR can be contacted at (432) 335-8141 or toll free at (866) 286-WTCR for more information.