Chemical Dependency Inpatient Program
Chemical dependency and substance abuse treatment
The Chemical Dependency Inpatient Program at Methodist Richardson specializes in the treatment of chemical dependency and substance abuse for adults age 18 and older.
Our medically supervised detoxification process, along with group therapy and the AA 12-step philosophy, promotes abstinence and recovery from alcohol or drugs.
Family members and support systems are severely impacted by the disease of addiction. Therefore, our program provides a family component to increase knowledge of the disease of addiction and the recovery process.
A full range of treatment services are available within the chemical dependency program. The program provides an individualized treatment plan designed to promote recovery, abstinence and sobriety.
Chemical dependency treatment
- Individual case management
- Group therapy
- Family group along with conjoint family therapy as needed
- Activities therapy
- AA/NA groups on the unit
- Relapse prevention
- Discharge planning
- Aftercare support groups
Upon completion of the inpatient detoxification process, patients either transition to the Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient Program or the Impaired Professional Recovery Program.
For more information, Call Methodist Richardson's Mental Health Services HelpLine at 469-204-6920.
Texas law prohibits hospitals from practicing medicine. The physicians on the Methodist Richardson Medical Center medical staff, including those physicians and psychiatrists practicing in the mental health and addication recovery fields, are independent practitioners who are not employees or agents of Methodist Richardson Medical Center or Methodist Health System.