El-Paso, Drug Rehabs

Drug Rehab in El Paso 1-888-781-7060

If you are seeking alcohol and/or drug treatment in El Paso, Texas, it is recommended that you call our counselors at 888-781-7060 to go over your particular needs. There are too many drug rehab in El Paso, Texas to list all of them here and, more importantly, most of the drug treatment centers in El Paso are not known for having successful outcomes. You can always find treatment within El Paso, but it is been found that poor, or unsuccessful treatment actually interrupts ones addiction, but only temporarily and when the addict relapses, they are naturally feeling less hopeful and more reckless in their drug use. It is also recommended that anyone needed residential alcohol or drug treatment should leave their home area and seek treatment in a new geographical area. Everyone does better in terms of "thinking outside the box" when they are in a different setting and physically away from their problems.

Population (2004 American Community Survey): 578,6221
Race/Ethnicity (2004 American Community Survey): 80.8% white; 2.7%
black/African American; 0.6% American Indian/Alaska Native; 1.1% Asian; 0.0%
Native Hawaiian/other Pacific Islander; 13.6% other race; 1.1% two or more races;
79.4% Hispanic/Latino (of any race)

In terms of drugs that are available in El Paso, Texas, it is save to say that El Paso is a Mecca of illicit drug trafficking. Being a border city, El Paso has always survived on its proximity to Mexico, and with Juarez being the capitol of the Mexico drug cartel, today El Paso has become a much more dangerous city because of its location.

Mexican heroin is always available in El Paso, with Mexican black tar heroin being the predominant form. Southeast Asian, South American, and Southwest Asian heroin are also available in El Paso but to varying extents. Interstate 10 has become a drug corridor for the East and West coast in the US with El Paso, San Antonio and Houston all helping to fuel this pipeline. According to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), black tar heroin was the predominanttype of heroin found in El Paso during 2005. An ounce of black tar heroin typically costs $1,000 in El Paso. During 2004, heroin was 50.5% pure and cost $0.27 per milligram.

Marijuana is considered the most widely used illegal drug throughout El Paso. Marijuana produced in Mexico is the predominant type of marijuana available in El Paso. History shows that soldiers from Fort Bliss were arrested for marijuana use before the Second World War, showing that El Paso has had marijuana long before most of the communities in the US. The average price for a pound of commercial grade marijuana in El Paso is $200.

In an interview with the retired Principal of Zavala Elementary School in south El Paso, it was found that school age children were using marijuana in the 1950s, while most of the US were not seeing marijuana use at any school age.

Methamphetamine, also known as crystal meth or meth, produced in Mexico is the predominant type of meth available in El Paso. High purity, low cost meth is widely available and abused in El Paso.

MDMA is readily available in El Paso and is frequently abused. Club drugs are sold by middle-class, suburban youth at raves, nightclubs and on college campuses. El Paso school personnel report problems with dextromethorphan (DXM) abuse. Ecstasy, rohypnol, and other pharmaceuticals are being used at rave parties in El Paso County.

Diverted pharmaceuticals in El Paso include oxycodone, hydrocodone, cough syrup with codeine, hydromorphone, and alprazolam. These drugs are obtained by doctor shopping, pharmacy diversion, and improper prescription practices by physicians. Oxycodone use is increasing in El Paso, but hydrocodone remains a larger problem. Morphine, Demerol, darvocet, codeine, vicodin cough syrup, and fentanyl are the major diverted pharmaceutical drugs of abuse in El Paso.

There are over 5,000 annual admissions to drug rehab and addiction treatment facilities in El Paso, however, due to the high relapse rate of many traditional programs most families are searching for something that works.

Drug rehab that addresses the individual through a biophysical approach is the most successful method. Our philosophy is to refer you to the best possible drug rehab center that will terminatively handle the problem. We will refer you to drug rehab centers that don't use drugs in any way.

For immediate assistance to find a drug rehabilitation center,
call now 1-888-781-7060.
A professional counselor will assist you.

Detox Centers in the El Paso Area

Aliviane NO/AD Inc
Aliviane Family Recovery Center

7722 North Loop Drive
El Paso, TX 79915

Aliviane NO/AD Inc Inner Resources Recovery Center/Men

10690 Socorro Road
El Paso, TX 79927

Family and Youth Inc
Stepping Stones Program

880 East Idaho Avenue
Las Cruces, NM 88001

Family and Youth Inc
Stepping Stones Program

2211 North Valley Drive
Las Cruces, NM 88007

Veterans Affairs Healthcare System Substance Abuse Treatment Program (VASAT)

5001 North Piedras Street
El, Paso, Texas

TRS Behavioral Care The Right Step and The Next Step

2219 West Euless Boulevard
Euless, Texas 76040

El Paso Methadone Maintenance and Detox Treatment Center

5004 Alameda Avenue
El, Paso, Texas

West Texas Counseling and Rehabilitation Program of Odessa

515 North Golder Avenue
Odessa, Texas 79761