Supportive residential services are delivered at least six hours per week. Recipients stay at a licensed treatment center but are allowed to leave and seek employment or job training. Treatment includes counseling, case management, education and skills training.
What Are the Benefits of Supportive Residential Treatment Services?
Supportive residential treatment helps you improve the way you:
- Make choices
- Interact with others
- Live with life’s challenges
Who Is Eligible for Supportive Residential Treatment Services?
Texas residents 18 and older with moderate to severe substance use disorders. Your financial eligibility is based on your income and expenses, and you may need to pay for some services.
How Do I Get Supportive Residential Treatment?
Call your local outreach, screening, assessment and referral center, local mental health authority or local behavioral health authority.