Contact and FAQs

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Dallas-Main Campus

        5300 University Hills Boulevard

        Dallas, Texas 75241

        214-941-3500

        info@homewardboundinc.org

Corsicana

        319 N. 12th St., Suite 6

        Corsicana, TX 75110

        214-941-3500 ext. 502

        ldabney@homewardboundinc.org

Administration, Substance Use and Mental Health Outpatient, and Recovery Support Services

         2535 Lone Star Dr.

         Dallas, Texas 75212

Substance Use

         214-941-3500 ext. 246

         outpatient@homewardboundinc.org

Mental Health

         214-941-3500 ext. 210

         cmhp@homewardboundinc.org

El Paso

        8716 Independence

        El Paso, Texas 79907

        915-772-9111

        cgarcia@homewardboundinc.org

The Colony

        5201 S. Colony Blvd., Suite 545

        The Colony, TX 75056

        214-941-3500 ext. 470

        dbauerkemper@homewardboundinc.org

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I (or someone I love) get into treatment?

Our lobby doors open at 8 am Monday through Friday at 5300 University Hills Blvd., Dallas, TX 75241. We work on a first-come, first-serve basis so the earlier in the day that you arrive, the better. Our lobby stays open until 4:30 pm and if there are no slots available, you will be put on a waitlist and can wait for your name to be called or call via phone to find out if there are slots available off of the waitlist. Our location in El Paso is currently accepting clients only by appointment. Please call 915-772-9111 to set up an appointment.

 

What can I take into detox/crisis?

You can take 3 - 5 pairs of undergarments, 3 - 5 pairs of socks, 3 - 5 shirts, and if you smoke, an unopened pack of cigarettes.

What insurances do you take?/Do you take _____ insurance?

We treat those who are uninsured. We do accept Medicaid for certain programs. We do not accept Medicare for any of our programs. Private insurance from Blue Cross Blue Shield and Molina Healthcare is also accepted.

Do you offer services to court-ordered patients for substance abuse?

Yes, we do. Those services are usually arranged through the court or any parole officer involved in the case.

How does visitation work? Can I visit someone in treatment?

Right now because of COVID, the individual in treatment has to schedule out a visit with their counselor and they will contact you to set up a time. If you are looking to schedule a visit with them, you can call our main number (214-941-3500) and either let them know or leave a message that you would like to visit a specific person and please include the unit they are in if you know it (men’s, women’s, statewide, etc.) and any contact information or important information you would need to share as well. That is our procedure right now and if you call the main number, they can help you more through that process!

Contact Us!

Send us a message and we will respond as best we can. If you would like a more immediate answer to your question, please call our main number at 214-941-3500. If it is an emergency, please call 911. This website/contact form are not monitored 24/7.

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