Top Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Conroe, TX & Free Treatment Resources

 Conroe Texas Drug Alcohol Rehab
Bordered by Sam Houston National Forest, Lake Monroe, and W. Goodrich Jones State Forest, Conroe, Texas is a go-to destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Opportunities for hiking, fishing, and boating abound. Located less than an hour’s drive from Houston, the city offers a great day-trip to get away from the city and take in all Conroe has to offer. But this proximity comes with drawbacks, too. The location 40 miles north of Houston contributes to the prevalence of substances that make their way to Conroe and the surrounding Montgomery County. In May of 2022, Montgomery County Sheriff’s detectives seized upwards of 30,000 pills containing fentanyl.1 And since the numbers are on the rise, access to alcohol and drug rehab in Conroe is more important than ever. There are 11 accredited treatment facilities within 25 miles of Conroe, but if you need more options or require specialized treatment, you’ll find nearly 80 rehab centers within 50 miles.

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Substance Abuse Statistics in Conroe, Texas

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Getting to and Around Conroe, Texas

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Resources

  1. Dominguez, C. (2022, September 16). Montgomery County works to limit Fentanyl deaths in Houston area. The Courier of Montgomery County. https://www.yourconroenews.com/neighborhood/moco/news/article/fentanyl-deaths-Montgomery-County-17446576.php
  2. (2021). Annual Evaluation Report. MONTGOMERY COUNTY OFFICE OF DRUG & ALCOHOL.
  3. Montgomery County, TX drug-related crime rates and maps. (n.d.). CrimeGrade.Org. Retrieved September 20, 2022, from https://crimegrade.org/drug-crimes-montgomery-county-tx/