Country Treatment

Getting sober in Texas in an amazing choice. The weather, people and lifestyle make it the perfect place to start a new way of living. There is an old expression in recovery, that goes something like this "you only need to change one thing to get over your addiction; that one thing is everything".  Well, Texas provide that total change. The open spaces, fresh air and southern hospitality is most likely quite different then where you partook in your drug abuse.  You might not know that  Texas has 90 mountains reaching altitudes of a mile or more, or that approximately ten percent of Texas is covered in forest. This includes four national and five state forests.

Although famous for vast cattle ranches and oil booms, Texas’ natural wonders inspire you, as you recovery from addiction.  Treatment is medical in nature, but remember it is also about a new way of life. Hiking scenic canyons and dense forests, exploring mysterious caverns or relaxing on undisturbed beaches are just some of the things you can enjoy. You are going to need to replace your old activities with new sober entertainment. Why not explore some western outings?  People have been exploring and admiring these family-friendly and awe-inspiring sites for hundreds and even thousands of years.

Of course, when we are describing this way of life, it also includes some of the surrounding areas like Colorado and Wyoming.  We tend to favor the "big state" because it is quite unique and who can't relate to that?

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I did not know where to go when I needed help for my drug and alcohol problems. I had medical insurance but it was too confusing to figure out if addiction treatment was covered. Feeling all alone, I decided to quit on my own, and I almost died. I don’t want anyone to go through what I did. That is why I created 800 Recovery Hub.