Once I am admitted, how long will I stay?
In our detoxification program, clients stay five to seven days. Clients in our residential program stay up to 28 days, depending on the program they qualify for.
What kind of ID do I need to bring with me?
You can bring one of the following: drivers license, birth certificate, an ID from The Bridge in Dallas, or Matricula from Mexico. You’ll need proof of residence. If you are living with another person, you need a letter from that person confirming that and a utility bill addressed to that person. If you are employed, bring the three most recent check stubs. If you are on SSI disability, bring your reward letter.
What can I bring with me if I go into treatment in the detoxification unit?
In our detoxification program, you’ll need:
We provide all hygiene items for detox clients.
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What credentials do staff members at Homeward Bound have?
All programs are licensed by the Texas Department of State Health Services. Staff psychiatrists, nurses, and a licensed physician provide medically supervised crisis stabilization and detoxification services and care for our residential clients. Licensed counselors provide intensive residential treatment on a 24 hour a day/7 day a week basis.
How much does treatment at Homeward Bound cost?
Homeward Bound accepts private insurance, Value Options, and has funding to cover care for those who do not have insurance or the ability to pay. Private payers are accepted on a sliding scale basis.
How does someone get admitted to a Homeward Bound program?
Intake assessments are conducted at 233 W. 10th Street in Dallas on a first-come-first-served basis from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. No appointment is necessary. Other arrangements can be made if a person is in crisis.
How long do most people stay at Homeward Bound?
Each person is evaluated individually, but the average inpatient stay is from 5 to 14 days. Our HIV/AIDS program involves a 60-day residential stay.
What programs are available for clients once they are discharged from the residential program?
Outpatient treatment sessions are available Tuesday – Saturday in morning, afternoon and evening and include individual and group counseling, education about the disease of addiction, and training in the life skills needed for a productive life. We offer family and parenting groups. AA groups also use our outpatient center at 315 Sunset Ave. in Dallas.
How do you integrate treatment with resources for living after treatment?
We have a Recovery Support Services team that helps clients identify resources available to help with their sustained recovery. Recovery Support Services are available to all clients, both during and after treatment.
What results are you able to achieve?
Our completion rate, 87 percent, is twice the national average. Our 60-day sobriety rate is well over the state norm.