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Addiction and Treatment Providers in Edinburg, TX

7 Centers in Edinburg, Texas

Edinburg, a vibrant city in southern Texas, boasts a rich cultural tapestry and outdoor allures. However, the region grapples with alarming drug-related fatalities – a staggering 40% surge in opioid deaths and a 50% spike in methamphetamine overdoses from 2020 to 2024.

Despite these challenges, the community remains resilient in its fight against addiction.

Nonprofits like Texans for Safe and Drug-Free Youth empower the younger generation, equipping them with tools to prevent substance abuse. Additionally, collaborative efforts between law enforcement and behavioral health organizations foster a supportive environment for those on the path to sobriety.

Hidalgo County Statistics

  • Opioid deaths up 40% from 2020-2024
  • 75% fentanyl deaths in 2024
  • Meth overdose deaths up 50% (2020-2024)
  • Hidalgo drug mortality rate 24.4 per 100K (2024)
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Edinburg: Embrace Healing, Reclaim Your Life

Edinburg offers hope for those seeking recovery from addiction. Recent data shows increasing access to evidence-based treatments. With compassionate care and a strong support network, you can reclaim your life. Seize this opportunity to heal in a community dedicated to your wellbeing. The path may seem daunting, but you have the strength to overcome this challenge.

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Tropical Texas Behavioral Health - Edinburg
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Tropical Texas Behavioral Health - Edinburg
1901 S 24th Ave Edinburg, TX

Tropical Texas Behavioral Health – Edinburg provides a wide range of individualized treatment programs and specialized care tailored to each person they serve to help those struggling with mental health issues, alcoholism and opioid addiction.

  • Residential
  • OP
  • Dual-Diagnosis
  • Detox
  • Aftercare
A Vision For You Help Center
A Vision For You Help Center
900 S Veterans Blvd Edinburg, TX

Vision For You Help Center offers comprehensive addiction treatment using evidence-based methods and personalized care in Edinburg, TX.

  • OP
  • Aftercare
Insurance Accepted
A Helping Hand
5115 S Business Highway 281 Edinburg, TX

A Helping Hand in Edinburg, TX provides an individualized treatment plan with evidence-based therapies, medication management, and supportive services to help individuals overcome addiction in a safe and secure environment.

  • OP
  • Intervention
  • Detox
South Texas Health System
Insurance Accepted
South Texas Health System
2102 West Trenton Road Edinburg, TX

Harvest Counseling Center provides a comprehensive range of addiction treatment services, including residential and outpatient options, individual and group counseling, and aftercare services, all delivered by a qualified team of professionals.

  • OP
  • Inpatient
  • Dual-Diagnosis
  • Detox
Behavioral Hospital at Reinasance
Insurance Accepted
Behavioral Hospital at Reinasance
5510 Raphael Dr Edinburg, TX

DHR Health Behavioral Hospital in Edinburg, TX offers comprehensive dual diagnosis substance use treatment with psychiatric evaluations and various programs for individuals of all ages, including IOP, individual and family counseling.

  • OP
  • Inpatient
  • Dual-Diagnosis
Insurance Accepted
New Beginnings - Behavioral Health
3120 Center Pointe Drive Edinburg, TX

New Beginnings - Behavioral Health in Edinburg, TX, offers holistic, group, and individual therapy-based treatment programs, including drug rehab, intensive outpatient, and outpatient treatment, to help people overcome addiction and substance misuse, emphasizing building respectful, trusting relationships with clients.

  • OP
  • IOP
South Texas Behavioral Health Center
2102 West Trenton Road Edinburg, TX

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Drug and Alcohol Treatment in Edinburg, TX

Edinburg is located in southern Texas, in the Rio Grande Valley region. It’s the county seat of Hidalgo County and has a population around 100,000. Edinburg, Texas was founded in 1908 and incorporated in 1919.

Residents enjoy outdoor activities like birdwatching, fishing, and visiting parks and wetlands. Edinburg Cultural Arts hosts festivals, art exhibits, and performances celebrating the city’s diversity.

The city has several museums showcasing local history and culture. Edinburg Chamber of Commerce provides details on historical attractions and events.

With its low cost of living, lack of state income tax, and access to healthcare, Edinburg could be a good option for those seeking drug rehab treatment.

Drug rehab and alcohol treatment services near you in Edinburg, Texas. Need help choosing a center? Call us, free.

Awareness Campaigns

Edinburg, TX has several community-based programs aimed at raising awareness about the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse. The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley plays a vital role in educating students about substance abuse prevention and intervention.

Organizations like Texans for Safe and Drug-Free Youth empower young leaders to take the lead in preventing substance misuse among their peers. They provide guidance, support, and resources to make a true difference for their generation.

Legislative Measures

The Edinburg Police Department collaborates closely with Behavioral Health Solutions of South Texas to combat drug and alcohol addiction through community engagement programs and law enforcement initiatives.

The city has also received a $3 million grant to create a Mental Health Crisis Response Unit, which will deploy a team of law enforcement officers and behavioral health professionals to assist individuals with mental illness and co-occurring substance abuse disorders.

Edinburg Police Departments

Edinburg Hospitals and Emergency Medical Services

Opioid Settlement Funds in Hidalgo County

Hidalgo County, Texas is receiving funds from the Texas Opioid Abatement Fund Council, which was formed to allocate money recovered through statewide opioid settlement agreements. The county is expected to receive a portion of the nearly $1.17 billion that Texas secured from settlements with pharmaceutical companies. The funds will be managed by the Opioid Council and primarily used to address opioid-related harms in the community.

  • A portion of the grant funding will be used to encourage eligible non-profit or for-profit organizations to aid in the treatment of opioid use disorders and mental health.
  • The 2024 proposed budget for the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office includes funds from the opioid settlement for law enforcement investigations.
Statistic Citations:
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2020). 2020 National Survey on Drug Use and Health: Detailed Tables.

  • Texas Health and Human Services. (n.d.). Fentanyl trends. Texas Health Data. Retrieved from https://www.dshs.texas.gov/dashboard/drugs-and-alcohol/fentanyl-trends
  • Opioid Settlement Citations:
  • Texas Opioid Abatement Fund Council. Retrieved from https://comptroller.texas.gov/programs/opioid-council/
  • Hamilton, W., & Najmabadi, S. (2022). Texas secures $1.17 billion from opioid settlements with pharmaceutical companies. The Texas Tribune. Retrieved from https://www.texastribune.org/2022/02/16/texas-opioids-settlement/
  • Opioid Council. Texas Settlement Allocation Term Sheet. Retrieved from https://comptroller.texas.gov/programs/opioid-council/docs/texas-settlement-allocation-term-sheet.pdf
  • Hidalgo County. One-Year Action Plan. Retrieved from https://www.hidalgocounty.us/2439/One-Year-Action-Plan
  • Hidalgo County. (2024). Proposed Budget Book. Retrieved from https://www.hidalgocounty.us/DocumentCenter/View/64748/2024-Proposed-Budget-Book
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