Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in Midland, TX

Like many Texas cities, Midland is home to several major petroleum companies, which have made Midland County one of the state’s wealthiest areas. Unfortunately, the city is also home to many people living with alcohol and drug addiction. Annually, the county records roughly 40 opioid-related ER visits and has recently seen an uptick in marijuana-related poison center calls.1, 2 Fortunately, Texas’ Good Samaritan law makes it possible for people to call 911 during an overdose without fear of prosecution for drug possession.3 Treatment at a drug rehab or an alcohol rehab in Midland could save your life. Several facilities offer low-cost and free treatment services for people who cannot pay.

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Texas and Midland Drug and Alcohol Statistics

Here are some alcohol and drug use statistics for Texas individuals aged 12 and older:1,2,3,4,5,6

Paying for Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Midland, TX

Most Midland alcohol rehabs and drug rehabs accept multiple forms of payment, including private and public health insurance. If you’re uninsured or underinsured and lack sufficient financial resources to pay for rehab, you can still access quality care. Low-cost and free options for drug or alcohol rehab in Midland include:

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, you’ll find six addiction treatment facilities within 25 miles of Midland, TX.6 A few of those facilities offer reduced-cost or free treatment for financially eligible persons. If you need help paying for rehab or can’t pay at all, consider checking out:6, 7

Paying for Treatment With Private or Public Insurance

If you have a private health plan, Medicare, or Medicaid, you may be able to pay for drug or alcohol rehab in Midland with your insurance. However, you must go to a treatment facility that accepts your plan. Keep in mind that all plans have different coverage limits and stipulations. If you’re unfamiliar with your plan’s benefits, you can call your insurer to get a breakdown of your coverage.

In the Midland area, several rehab centers take various private insurance plans, including Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Humana, Superior, Aetna, and others.8 A handful of facilities also take Medicaid and/or Medicare for inpatient and outpatient treatment.

If you have a low income and no health insurance, you may qualify to enroll in a Texas Medicaid plan. To be eligible, you must be a Texas resident and a legal U.S. citizen. Your annual household income must also be at or below 138% of the federal poverty level.9

To qualify for Medicare, you must also be a legal U.S. citizen. Persons 65 years of age or older are automatically eligible. If you have a qualifying disability, you may be able to enroll at a younger age.10 If you meet the requirements for both plans, you may even be eligible for dual enrollment.11

To find out which Midland drug rehabs and alcohol rehabs accept your insurance, perform an online search for “drug rehabs near me” or “alcohol rehabs near me.” Then call each treatment center in your search results to verify whether they take your plan.

How Easy Is It to Travel to and Within Midland, TX?

If you’re interested in enrolling in an alcohol or drug rehab in Midland and currently live elsewhere, traveling to the city is easy. Here’s what you should know about getting around town and things to do:

If you need help verifying your insurance coverage or exploring your options for drug or alcohol rehab in Midland, our team is here to assist you day or night. Call us at 800-926-9037 (Info iconWho Answers?) to speak with a compassionate treatment support specialist who can help you learn more about the local treatment programs available to you.

Resources

  1. Texas Department of State Health Services. (n.d.). Opioid-Related Emergency Department Visits.
  2. Texas Department of State Health Services. (n.d.). Marijuana-Related Poison Center Calls.
  3. Texas Health and Human Services. Texas Department of State Health Services. (2018). Overview of Drug Overdose Good Samaritan Laws.
  4. Texas Department of State Health Services. (n.d.). Opioid-Related Poison Center Calls.
  5. Permian Basin Regional Council on Drug & Alcohol Abuse. (2021). 2021 Regional Needs Assessment.
  6. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (n.d.). FindTreatment.gov.
  7. Texas Health and Human Services. (n.d.). Substance Use Service Locations.
  8. Texas Department of Insurance. (2022, January 5). Top 40 List of Insurers.
  9. Benefits.gov. (n.d.). Texas Medicaid.
  10. U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. (2014, September 11). Who is eligible for Medicare?
  11. Texas Health and Human Services. (n.d.). Dual Eligible Integrated Care Demonstration Project.
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