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Combat Addiction

Working to expand our impact across North Texas and reduce the likelihood of substance abuse relapses, drug offense incarcerations, and narcotics

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1 in 5 North Texas children lives in a home where someone is abusing drugs or alcohol.

Our adult alcohol and drug addiction programs have returned countless parents to their children and loved ones to their families.

Our Services 

Free housing and meal programs

We provide a safe, healthy, and distraction-free atmosphere so that our North Texas adult rehabilitation program clients can focus on breaking the cycle of addiction.

A therapeutic approach

Our adult rehabilitation program provides skilled counseling, group therapy, work therapy and spiritual guidance to give our clients the tools they need to live clean and sober lives.

 Prison-release programs

We are the second largest residential treatment partner for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice in the North Texas region.

Treatment Programs in North Texas

The following programs are open for men and women.


5554 Harry Hines Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75235

Services include:
Nourishing meal programs
Medical care
Work therapy
Group therapy
Skilled counseling
Spiritual guidance
Prison-release substance abuse program  


2901 NE 28th Street
Fort Worth, TX 76111

Services include:
Nourishing meal programs
Medical care
Work therapy
Group therapy
Skilled counseling
Spiritual guidance

The Salvation Army of North Texas
Court-Ordered Substance Abuse Program

We promote healthy behaviors through residential and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment services for men and women on parole/probation for a drug-related offense ordered by a local criminal justice system.

Probationers are assigned to the program by area courts; parolees are assigned by the Texas Department of Corrections.

Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors (L.C.D.C.) provide case management, individual and group counseling. Participants stay in the program for up to fifteen months, attending various group meetings, including Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12-step programs.

Addiction is impossible to overcome without significant changes in a person's life and environment. Our treatment program addresses all areas affecting the individual in need of help, including: Multiple drug addictions Involvement in the criminal justice system Lack of social support system Mental health problems

In Texas, most crimes are drug related. Our Substance Abuse Program is an effective safeguard against the vicious cycle of recidivism.


Our programs have no fee for those who meet the following criteria (insurance is not required):

  • Are adults aged 18-65
  • Have an official picture ID that is not expired
  • Have a Social Security card or birth certificate
  • Have a 30-day supply of all prescribed medications (Controlled Schedule 2 drugs/narcotics are not allowed)
  • Pass a drug test and breathalyzer upon arrival
  • Are not registered sex offenders
  • Provide a negative TB skin test that was taken in the past year (if you do not have one, we will assist you in getting one)
  • Able to perform a work therapy assignment for eight hours a day
  • Application and phone interview may be required

Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)

Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) is a federal law that prohibits sexual misconduct in correctional settings such as prisons, jails, lockups, community corrections centers, juvenile facilities and Immigration Services/ICE detention facilities. The Salvation Army has zero tolerance for all forms of sexual abuse and sexual harassment in the facilities it operates in compliance with the PREA. Click here to view our final PREA audit report.

Other Ways We Meet Needs