Adult Substance Use Women & Children in Residential Treatment


Women and Children Residential Treatment provides substance use treatment services for women and children living together in a licensed residential facility. The services include counseling, parenting education, health education, skills training and case management services.

What Are the Benefits of Women And Children Residential Services?

  • Women can bring their children to treatment.
  • Women and children live in a safe environment where they can learn and grow.

Who Is Eligible for Women and Children Residential Services?

Women must be Texas residents who meet the following criteria:

  • Are diagnosed with a moderate or severe substance use disorder
  • Are in at least their third trimester of their pregnancy or
    • Have dependent children who can attend treatment
    • Have children in custody of the state, if the children are allowed to enter treatment with the mother
  • Your financial eligibility is based on your income and expenses, and you may need to pay for some services.

How Do I Get Women and Children Residential Services?

Call your local substance use provider or call the outreach, screening, assessment and referral center for your region.

Contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline


Find your local mental health authority or local behavioral health authority.