Top 19 Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in College Station, TX & Free Treatment Resources

College Station Texas Drug Alcohol Rehab
Many residents in College Station, Texas struggle with drug abuse and alcohol misuse, with many fatal overdoses occurring. The Good Samaritan Overdose Law was enacted to provide certain protections for people who call 911 to report an overdose if they have illegal substances or using them.1 The Federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) gives employees 12 weeks of unpaid time off to seek medical treatment such as drug rehab or alcohol rehab in College Station.2 There are also naloxone access laws to enable medical providers to get overdose reversal medication into the hands of those at risk and their loved ones.3 There are few major rehab centers in the area, but College Station is home to all three certified rehab centers in the vicinity, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) treatment locator.4

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Alcohol and Drug Statistics in College Station, Texas

Here is some hard data about the consequences of drug and alcohol misuse in College Station, Texas:5,6,7,8

Paying for Alcohol and Drug Rehab in College Station, Texas

There are some low-cost and free rehabs in College Station. Bluebonnet Trails Community Services assists in Brazos County through substance use disorder (SUD) screening, referrals, and outreach programs. Other rehab programs and referral sources in and around College Station include:

  • The Salvation Army
  • Catholic Charities of Central Texas in nearby Bryan
  • Twin City Mission, which offers emergency assistance programs, homeless assistance, and referrals to needed services

Health Insurance
Rehab centers in College Station such as Symetria Recovery accept popular health insurance providers including Magellan, Humana, Aetna, and United HealthCare/Optum+. If you’ve purchased health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, or have coverage provided by your employer, you can use your coverage to pay for rehab services.

Medicare and Medicaid
If you’re low-income, you could qualify for Medicaid coverage. This is a government-sponsored type of healthcare insurance that covers most outpatient medical services, such as medication, therapy, and some inpatient care. To find out if you qualify, contact the Health and Human Services Information and Referral unit by going online or calling 211 for the services directory. If you’re disabled, or over 65, you could qualify for Medicare, which is similar to Medicaid but has slightly more care options as well as co-pays and deductible fees.9

Other Ways to Pay for Rehab in College Station, Texas

There may be options available if you’re unable to qualify for low-cost medical insurance or free rehabs. If you can take out a medical loan, for example, you could cut your up-front costs significantly and pay back the care fees over time.

There might also be a rehab scholarship in College Station that you qualify for. You can find out about a rehab scholarship, which can pay for all or some of the cost of care, through the local social services agencies or by asking a rehab you’re interested in directly if they can help you. You also might find rehabs with financing options such as payment plans, as some rehab centers partner with loan providers, or have internal financing offices.

How Easy is it to Travel to and Within College Station, Texas?


college texas station cityTo get to College Station, you can drive, fly, or use public transportation. There are four nearby airports, Easterwood Airport being the regional hub for the area and six miles from the city center. If looking to take the train, you can catch the Amtrak from Fort Worth to Bryan, and catch a quick ride to College Station via shuttle or the BTD (Brazos Transit District) public bus.

Hotels and Lodging

There’s some affordable housing in the city, as well as temporary lodging places like the A&M hotel, the Wyndham Garden, and the Holiday Inn. The city has plenty of your expected amenities, such as seven public libraries, 20 parks, more than 20 restaurants, and several shopping centers. There are also 18 primary schools in addition to Texas A&M University, and 12 different medical clinics and hospitals. If you’re looking to visit a loved one in rehab in the Dallas-Fort Worth area or are looking to move to seek addiction treatment, College City might be the perfect place to call home while healing.


  1. U.S. Department of Labor. (2022). Family and Medical Leave Act.
  2. Texas Department of Health Services. (2018). Overview of Drug Overdose Good Samaritan Laws.
  3. State of Texas Legislature. (April 22, 2015). SB 1462.
  4. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2022). Treatment Locator Map.
  5. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (June 2021). Treatment Data Set (TEDS) 2019.
  6. Center for Disease Control. (2022). U.S. County Opioid Dispensing Rates, 2019.
  7. Center for Disease Control. (2022). CDC Wonder.
  8. Texas A&M University. (2022). Brazos Valley Health Status Assessment, Executive Report 2019.
  9. (2022). Inpatient Rehabilitation Care Coverage.

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