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Alcohol, Drug, and Other Rehab Centers in Laredo, Texas


The 2 Best Rehabs in Laredo, Texas

Alcohol, Drug, and Other Rehab Centers in Laredo, TX Badge To be sure we are recommending the best facilities, our team of researchers developed five core metrics to determine the quality of each treatment center. These metrics cover key aspects such as cost, treatment approaches, and rehab services provided. For more information, read the full breakdown of our filtering process and ranking methodology.

The 2 best rehab facilities in Laredo, Texas are:

Serving Children & Adults In Need

1605 Saldana Avenue
Laredo, TX 78041

Serving Children and Adults in Need is a non-profit treatment center offering culturally aware social services for the Laredo, Texas community. SCAN provides a case management program for people struggling with drug or alcohol abuse and mental disorders. Inpatient care is provided in separate adult male and female homes, two male adolescent homes, and one female adolescent home. Both female residences accept pregnant clients. Services offered include counseling, relapse intervention, and drug and alcohol education. SCAN also provides outpatient support with peer-to-peer programs for adults and teens. Online counseling is available for individuals who can’t attend group sessions. The resources at SCAN include over 35 programs available in 17 counties along the Texas/Mexico border, and the facility offers services in Spanish.

What patients are saying:

Many people who’ve gotten help from SCAN are impressed with the family-like atmosphere and programs that apply to their individual needs. One grateful client gave them a five-star review and stated, “It’s a beautiful experience, makes you feel more human.” (Review translated from Spanish.)


  • 4.50 stars
  • 47 reviews

Border Region Behavioral Health Center

1500 Pappas Street
Laredo, TX 78041

The Border Region Behavioral Health Center offers high-quality, affordable addiction treatment for adults and teens. The facility offers the DWI Education Course required by the Texas Department of Licensing and Registration, which informs clients about the seriousness of alcohol impairment when driving, helps them recognize and understand their patterns of drunk/drugged driving, and teaches them how to prevent future DWI driving. The center also offers state-mandated classes for the Drug Offender program that shows clients the personal and social dangers of illegal drug use, helps them understand the patterns that led to their addiction, and assists them in developing a personalized plan to prevent future dangerous and illegal behavior. The facility serves residents of Webb, Jim Hogg, Starr, and Zapata counties.

What patients are saying:

One reviewer discussed being happy about the treatment program at Border Region Behavioral Health: “The people at Border Region treat Linda with much respect. Everyone is always so nice. Yes the wait time can be long sometimes but there are so many people to be seen by so few …. thank you all for your help!”


  • 3.40 stars
  • 70 reviews


According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA), there are 6 substance abuse treatment centers in the Laredo area. To determine which provide the highest quality of treatment and the most resources for recovery, we used the following five core metrics to evaluate each facility.

the five core metrics for Rehab evaluation

For more information, feel free to read a full breakdown of our filtering process and ranking methodology.

Getting Help in Laredo

Start by determining your coverage

To determine your best options for a rehabilitation center, it is important to first learn about your health insurance coverage. Reach out to your private or healthcare marketplace insurance provider to find out which substance abuse treatment centers are available to you. Regardless of the type of coverage you have, both public and private insurance companies must cover substance abuse treatment for qualified individuals.

To learn more about addiction and the rehabilitation process in your state, read our guide to rehab in Texas.

Use our database to find a treatment center near you

The tool below lists all of the treatment centers in the state of Texas recognized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Enter your zip code and select the filter icon to find relevant treatment centers near you.

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    Laredo Rehab FAQs

    Do I need to go to rehab?

    Substance abuse and addiction have high costs, often adversely affecting work performance, personal relationships, and your physical health. To help you determine if you may be addicted, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has an Alcohol Use Screening and a Substance Abuse Screening to help you find out.

    How long does rehab last?

    Different programs and levels of addiction require different program lengths. Common rehab lengths are:

    How much does drug rehab cost?

    Pricing depends on the program, services, and amenities offered. Typically, outpatient programs are cheaper than inpatient, and live-in inpatient facilities are the most expensive. To learn more, read our guide on The Cost of Rehab.

    How does rehab work?

    Rehab is made up of four basic steps:

    • Assessment
    • Detox
    • Therapy
    • Aftercare

    To learn more about the rehab process and each step, read our guide to The Addiction Rehabilitation Process.

    How important is aftercare? 

    One of the most important steps in the rehabilitation process is aftercare – the continuing support and accountability offered through counseling and 12-Step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA).

    To find an AA or NA meeting near you, use the directory below.

    Name City Program Telephone Spanish Hotline

    For more FAQs visit our rehab FAQ page.