Lovington, New Mexico, does not have facilities offering addiction treatment services to residents with substance use disorder.
Fortunately, there is one alcohol and drug rehab center within a 15-mile radius of the town, which offers residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment programs.
For more treatment options, be sure to view our list of the best alcohol detox centers in New Mexico.
Rehab Centers Near Lovington, New Mexico
Humphrey House — Hobbs, New Mexico
Humphrey House is located approximately 15 miles southeast of Lovington and is operated by the Guidance Center of Lea County, a non-profit community mental health center.
This drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility offers a wide range of alcohol and drug treatment options for adults, including:
- crisis interventions
- substance abuse and mental health screenings
- inpatient treatment (short- and long-term)
- partial hospitalization programs (PHPs)
- day treatment
- outpatient treatment
- mental health treatment services
- dual diagnosis treatment for co-occurring disorders
- evidence-based behavioral health therapies
- individual, group, and family counseling
Location and contact information:
3821 West College Lane
Hobbs, NM 88242
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Explore Alcohol And Drug Treatment Services Near Lovington, New Mexico
Since substance abuse treatment programs are somewhat limited near the city of Lovington, medical detox and medication-assisted treatment will require some travel.
Fortunately, larger cities in New Mexico are home to many drug and alcohol addiction treatment facilities and hundreds more throughout the United States.
If you are considering traveling for addiction treatment, be sure to view our list of the best alcohol detox centers in the US.
Please call our addiction helpline today for assistance finding a high-quality substance abuse rehab center for yourself or a loved one.
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- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)— Behavioral Health Barometer, New Mexico, Volume 5
- National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) — Comorbidity: Substance Use Disorders and Other Mental Illnesses, DrugFacts