Volunteers of America Texas Outpatient Reviews, Cost, Complaints

Volunteers of America Texas Outpatient


Volunteers of America TexasThe Basics

With facilities in Fort Worth, Houston and Conroe, Texas, Volunteers of America Texasoutpatient programs provide flexible and affordable treatment to clients struggling with addiction and substance abuse. The organization is owned and operated by the nationwide Volunteers of America, a community-oriented non-profit with a number of behavioral health resources for veterans and low-income clientele.

Treatment and Staff

Before beginning a program, all incoming clients go through an assessment to help staff members develop their unique treatment plan. Although detox services are not available on-site, those in need can get referrals to outside programs as necessary. Treatment generally includes both individual and group therapy with evidence-based practices including CBT and Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET). While support for basic issues like anxiety and depression may be available, those with more severe co-occurring disorders may need to seek additional help elsewhere. In addition to clinical help for addiction, groups also cover a diverse range of topics including vocational skills, emotional processing, trauma-informed care, parenting classes, relapse prevention and financial literacy. Throughout the program, all clients are also expected to go to 12-step meetings in their respective communities.

Volunteers of America Texas has LCSWs, MSWs, LCDCs, RNs, case managers and additional Master’s-level counselors on staff.


Upon completion of primary care, clients can work with the staff to design stepped down aftercare plans. Those in need of more intensive care can also attend residential treatment through Volunteers of America Texas as well.

In Summary

Volunteers of America Texas provides well-rounded and flexible treatment to men and women struggling with substance abuse. Therapy includes evidence-based care and groups focused on an array of life skills to help clients smoothly reintegrate into society. Volunteers of America continues to offer invaluable resources to the communities it serves both in Texas and across the country.

Volunteers of America Texas Outpatient
4700 S Riverside Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76119

2401 Scott Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76103

731 W Davis Rd
Conroe, TX 77031

Volunteers of America Texas Outpatient Cost: State-funded. Reach Volunteers of America Texas Outpatient by phone at (936) 788-2660 (Conroe), (817) 369-8462 (Fort Worth Scott Ave facility) and (817) 534-3432 (Fort Worth Riverside Dr facility). Find Volunteers of America Texas on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube

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