Substance Abuse and Co-occurring Disorders
Our addiction treatment and recovery programs address not only the addiction itself, but also issues like poverty, homelessness and abuse that arise from chemical dependency. We are committed to helping clients gain sure footing in sobriety so they can reclaim what was lost and become productive members of their families and society. Programs include:
- Residential and outpatient addiction treatment for men and women
- Programs for pregnant women and women with children
- Parenting classes
- Job preparation and training programs
- Financial support services
- Housing placement
- Treatment for domestic abuse/trauma
Youth PreventionResearch shows that at-risk youth who participate in prevention programs ultimately make better choices about drugs and alcohol. Volunteers of America works with children of clients in our treatment programs, as well as with at-risk youth through school-based curricula, to educate them about the dangers of substance abuse, improve their communication with parents, and empower them to make positive choices when faced with pressure from peers.
School programs available in Fort Worth.
Call (817) 529-7300 or email email@example.com to receive more information about the services of Volunteers of America Texas.