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5 Centers in Livingston, Texas

Victory Bible Church
3911 State Highway 146 S Livingston, TX

Victory Bible Church is a health center providing individuals with substance abuse, drug addiction, and alcoholism help through inpatient levels of care that include evidence-based practices and holistic healing.

  • Inpatient
Advanced Counseling and Educational Center of Living
411 N Washington Ave Livingston, TX

Franklin Addiction Treatment Facility in Franklin, OH provides CARF-accredited, state licensed and SAMHSA-certified personalized treatment plans, utilizing both traditional and non-traditional therapy options and accepting private health insurance, to help individuals deal with alcohol addiction, opioid addiction, substance abuse disorders, and mental health issues.

  • Outpatient
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council of Deep East Texas
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council of Deep East Texas
1100 Ogletree Drive Livingston, TX

The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council of Deep East Texas provides comprehensive, evidence-based treatment for individuals with alcoholism and other substance addiction problems, including outpatient care and various psychotherapies, in Livingston, TX, and accepts private health insurance.

  • Insurance Accepted
  • Multiple Locations
  • Outpatient
Queen Ester's Biblical Counseling
3626 US Highway 190 W Livingston, TX

Queen Ester's Biblical Counseling in Livingston, Texas, is a leading addiction treatment center offering evidence-based outpatient services rooted in biblical principles, providing individuals of all ages with comprehensive support, guidance, and personalized treatment programs to overcome addiction and move forward in life.

  • Outpatient

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Texas is one of the primary hubs for drug smuggling into the country. The border between Texas and Mexico is more than 1,000 miles long. More than 10 million residents use alcohol every year and more than 25% of those are minors. Alcohol and drug use has become so common in Texas that almost 15% of all deaths can be attributed to these substances.

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