These resources are provided as educational and informational referrals only. No endorsements, guarantees or warranties of these organizations, agencies or individuals are implied. It is up to you to advocate for yourself, ask appropriate questions and make an informed decision before you engage in any services or activities.

Mental Health Resources and Information

Mental Health America

National Institute of Mental Health

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

Children and Adults with Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD)

Attention Deficit Disorder Association

International Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Foundation

Galaxy Counseling Center (for hope when feeling severely depressed or thinking about suicide)

Eating Disorders

National Eating Disorders Association

National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders

Eating Disorders Coalition

The Elisa Project (Dallas)

Understanding Nutrition (Dallas)

Trauma and PTSD

Trauma / PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) National Center for PTSD

The Recovery Village (Advanced Recovery Systems)

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) Institute, Inc.

Trauma Support Services of North Texas

Sexual Assault, Family Violence and Domestic Violence, Incest Recovery

Family Place in Dallas

Rape Crisis
Parkland’s Victim Intervention Center

Genesis Women’s Shelter

12 Step Support

Alcoholics Anonymous
In Dallas:
In Fort Worth:
Other areas:

Narcotics Anonymous
In Dallas:
In Fort Worth:
Other areas:

Marijuana Anonymous

Cocaine Anonymous

Heroin Anonymous

Methamphetamine – Crystal Meth Anonymous

SLAA (Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous)

CODA (Co-Dependents Anonymous)

Overeaters Anonymous

Eating Disorders Anonymous

Gamblers Anonymous

12th Step Ministry
This organization in Dallas provides many varieties of free 12 Step meetings every day. Also low cost counseling and yoga classes. Visit their web site to view a current schedule:

Celebrate Recovery
This group provides Christian-centered 12 step groups, usually held in local churches. They are often held in more rural areas where other group meetings are limited. They often provide extended fellowship opportunities (coffees, dinners, break out groups).

Sober 24 – Online Recovery Meetings
An online fellowship for those in recovery from addictions and compulsive behaviors. Managed by the Hazelden Foundation.

Al Anon
In Dallas:
In Fort Worth:
Other areas:

Smart Recovery
Another way of being in recovery without the 12 step groups


Drug Rehab

With the recent opioid epidemic on the rise, we understand how difficult it is to keep a drug free community. With heroin being the root cause of this, we’ve created a resource page that can be helpful for you.

Family and Child Support

Addiction Treatment

Inpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)

NIDA (National Institute of Drug Abuse)

The Right Step

Outreach, Screening, Assessment, and Referral Centers (OSARs)

Treatment for Women

Women for Sobriety
This is a self-help program for women with addiction problems. The Steps have been reworded into Thirteen Statements that apply directly to women and their gender-specific issues. They have many online resources.

Nexus Recovery Center
Provides detox, inpatient and outpatient services for women (teens, adults, pregnant women and women with children). They accept insurance, private pay and take Medicaid and Northstar funding. Some funds available for indigent women.

Magdalen House
Provides non-medical residential detox services for women. All services are free.