According to the CDC, Hidalgo County (where Edinburg is located) has an average of 27.6 opioid prescriptions per 100 people.
Located near the U.S./Mexico border, Edinburg, Texas, has one drug and alcohol treatment center.
Local addiction treatment programs include:
- alcohol treatment
- substance abuse treatment
- detox services
- inpatient rehab
- intensive outpatient programs (IOP)
Although there is only one treatment center in Edinburg, residents can find other counseling and detox clinics in the area.
For more treatment options, be sure to view our list of the best alcohol rehab centers in Texas.
Rehab Centers in Edinburg, Texas
Cardinal Care Drug Addiction Rehab
The treatment options available at Cardinal Care includes:
- an alcoholism recovery program
- drug detox centers
- alcohol abuse programs
- treatment for both opioids and methadone abuse
- Cardinal Care also provides a substance abuse hotline and specializes in inpatient drug rehab and outpatient services.
Location and contact information:
803 W Cano
Edinburg, TX 78539
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Find Substance Abuse Treatment Centers In Edinburg, Texas
Because Edinburg is a small town, there are fewer options for drug or alcohol addiction treatment.
Finding the right treatment programs for substance and alcohol abuse is possible.
In nearby cities like McAllen and Pharr, individuals will have access to more treatment programs, including inpatient treatment.
Contact our addiction treatment hotline today to find out more about treatment options for yourself or a loved one.
Recovery is never out of reach.
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- Center for Disease Control — Maps of Opioid Distributions by County
- National Institute on Drug Abuse — Effective Treatments for Opioid Addiction