San Antonio Texas Drug Rehabs

San Antonio Texas Drug Rehab 888-781-7060

If you are looking for a specific drug rehab in San Antonio, Texas, it is recommended that you call our counselors since it is impossible to list all of the alcohol and/or drug treatment centers in San Antonio on this site. However, our counselors are very familiar with the different drug treatment modalities available in San Antonio and will be happy to share their knowledge so that you can make an informed decision on what programs is best for you situation.

Population (2006 American Community Survey): 1,273,374
Race/Ethnicity (2006 American Community Survey): 66.0% white; 6.7%
black/African American; 0.5% American Indian/Alaska Native; 2.1% Asian; 0.1%
Native Hawaiian/other Pacific Islander; 22.5% other race; 2.1% two or more races;
61.3% Hispanic/Latino (of any race)

In terms of specific drug problems in San Antonio, alcohol, which most people forget is a drug, is always the largest problem in any city in America. Surprisingly,cocaine is the largest other drug threat in San Antonio as indicated by the amount seized by officials. With Mexico being so close, most people assume that heroin would be the biggest threat, and it is second in terms of illicit drugs, but San Antonio is a hub for the distribution of cocaine throughout Texas and the rest of the U.S. Marijuana continues to be the most used illegal drug in San Antonio, but crystal meth has become the leading drug threat to the people of San Antonio. The average price for a pound of commercial grade marijuana in San Antonio is $350-$450. Hydroponic marijuana sells for $3,000-$5,000/pound.

Domestic methamphetamine sells $700-$1,000/ounce and crystal methamphetamine sells for $8,000-$12,000/pound in San Antonio.

San Antonio club drug use and abuse is on the rise. There have been increases in arrests, overdoses and seizures of designer drugs such as MDMA, LSD, GHB, and Ketamine. These drugs are readily available throughout the state, most commonly found on college campuses and at raves. In San Antonio, Rohypnol sells for $2-$4/pill and LSD sells for $8–$12/pill.

Prescription drug abuse has risen to a greater threat than in recent years. Painkillers such as Oxycontin and other opiates continue in San Antonio to be diverted in larger quantities across the city. Federal and State Governments are working to implement prescription drug monitoring programs to curb the diversion and abuse of these pharmaceuticals.

Drug rehab that addresses an addict through a biophysical approach is the most successful method today. Our philosophy is to refer you to the best possible drug rehab center that will terminatively handle the problem. We will refer you to a drug rehab center that doesn'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 Houston Area

Metro Treatment of Texas LP DBA San Antonio Treatment Center

3701 West Commerce Street
San, Antonio, Texas

Methodist Specialty/Transplant Hosp Inpatient Unit

8026 Floyd Curl Drive
San, Antonio, Texas

Laurel Ridge Treatment Center

17720 Corporate Woods Drive
San, Antonio, Texas

Summer Sky

1100 North McCart Street
Stephenville, Texas 76401

Alpha Home Inc

814 Camden Street
San Antonio, TX 78215

River Crest Hospital

1636 Hunters Glen Street
San, Angelo, Texas

Assoc for the Adv of Mexican Amer Inc
(AAMA)/Selena Youth Residential Trt

248 Post Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78215

Metro Treatment of Texas LP
DBA San Antonio Treatment Center

3701 West Commerce Street
San Antonio, TX 78207