Based out of Euless, Texas, TRS Behavioral Care Inc is a multi-faceted substance abuse organization with various flexible drug and alcohol addiction treatment options, including Intensive outpatient treatment, Outpatient, Outpatient day treatment or partial hospitalization, Residential, Residential detoxification, Short-term residential. In addition to these treatment options, there are drug and alcohol addiction treatment areas of specialization to further help struggling addicts recover effectively. Such areas of specialization include: 12-step faciltitation approach, Alcohol Detoxification, Benzodiazepines Detoxification, Buprenorphine used in treatment, Cocaine Detoxification, Family Addiction Counseling, Group counseling offered, Individual counseling offered, Methamphetamines Detoxification, Naltrexone (oral), Opioids Detoxification, Prescribes/administer buprenorphine and/or naltrexone, Relapse Prevention, Relapse prevention from naltrxone, Vivitrol® (injectable Naltrexone).
Because it's understandable that seeking addiction rehab in Euless, Texas, especially if it's one's first time doing so, can feel like a pretty scary thing. This is why the addiction therapists and counselors at TRS Behavioral Care Inc do everything in their power to make their patients feel as comfortable as possible, as to ease this initial scary feeling.
TRS Behavioral Care Inc also takes accepted medical insurances, i.e. Medicaid, and certain payment options upon qualification, such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Medicaid, Private health insurance, State financed health insurance plan other than Medicaid, Visa. TRS Behavioral Care Inc may be contacted via their website at www.rightstep.com.
TRS runs a pretty standard rehab program, about 5-8 "classes" a day, at least one of which is a standard 12-step meeting. Classes cover basic recovery topics centered around a proprietary program called "Positive Recovery": relapse prevention, goal setting, anger management, etc... There's not a lot of bells and whistles, then again if your serious about recovery you don't really need any. The DFW facility has been renovated since a lot of these negative reviews were written. It was clean when I went (no rats or roaches that I saw). The food is pretty good and most of the RA's are very nice and helpful. I can't speak for all the counselors but Alvin was very helpful and supportive. Dr. Green (the MD for this facility) is very attentive and competent. If you're looking for a nicer facility TRS has a much better campus in Wimberly. I've been to both, and would strongly recommend the Wimberly location over DFW. All in all its a pretty good program.
The staff was awesome! I never saw any rats there. Maybe a couple of water bugs when it rained, but other than that, the place was clean. Now, for the Frisco IOP location, the woman that runs it is delusional. I really didn't learn anything and I told her that and that I at least wanted to finish out the week, but she wouldn't let me stay. I did have a couple of very minor slip ups and had to sign a contract which is understandable. But she became very unprofessional very quick when I told her it wasn't working out for me. I plan on filing a complaint on her. I wouldn't recommend it.
A great experience for our son. /Great counselors who provide hope and direction.
I went there in the beginning of 2013. Dr. Green was superb and he is in recovery to so you can pull a fast one on him :) in all honesty the only one of the staff I did not get along with was Michael with the lame tattoos. I had a good group of people, but stay your distance of the questionable people and younger crowd. Back when I went there, the men and women were in the same group. As you guessed it during early recovery people were sneaking out and $(#÷×ing like rabbits. I met me ex girlfriend there, martha. We started to date 9 months after TRS and I quickly learned why you don't date someone in recovery. 2 years and 50k in credit card debt in which she opened 4 Crédit Cards without my knowledge. One person snuck in heroine and Overdosed but lived and so far of the ~40 people I went to rehab with, 6 people died from 2 months after rehab until now. Rehab is just a small battle of a enormous war. They shut down "The next step" which was a critical part of my recovery. The new owners did not see fit from continuing this intensive sober living environment. I say screw them. I went to Stonegate the second time I went to rehab... a lot more organized and it makes this place looks like garbage... sober for 3 years now.
RYAN was very helpful during my intake process.
quality care. Anyone who isn't interested in getting help will always find plenty to whine about.