Substance Use Disorder Service Providers

Substance use disorders affect people from all backgrounds and age groups. These disorders occur when there is recurrent use of a substance that affects a person's daily life. Substance use services meet the person where they are and coordinate cares for the best possible outcome.

There are a variety of interventions a person can elect to access throughout their treatment and recovery journey that promote stability. Tailored treatment and care planning can include services like peer support, case management, individual and group therapy, employment assistance and recovery housing, and community living navigation.

The array of substance use services offered encourages people to seek recovery through prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery support.

Substance use treatment services:

Substance use intervention services:

Recovery support services:

  • Community-Based Organizations
  • Recovery Communities Organizations
  • Treatment Organizations
  • Youth Recovery Communities

For a description of substance use services, visit the Mental Health & Substance Use page.

To locate a funded substance use service, visit the HHSC treatment locater.

How to Become a Provider

Visit our Contracting with HHS page for more information on how to become a provider.

SUD Program Guide Statements of Work



Rules and Statutes

Texas Administrative Code:

Substance Use Services Flyer

Texas Health and Human Services has developed a flyer that can be shared electronically to help individuals locate substance use services in their area.

Contact Information

For question about programs, policy, or planning email:

For questions about contracts, budgets or submitting reports, email: