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Nestled among beautiful lakes and creeks, rustic bridges and a network of zip lines, the Treehouse alcohol and drug rehab sits on 40 serene acres near Dallas, Texas. This peaceful treatment sanctuary is ideal for the intensive, rewarding work of recovery.

Our compassionate, multi-specialty experts apply clinically sound therapies and research-proven treatment to guide you back to health. Led by a physician who is Board-Certified in Addiction Medicine, The Treehouse team includes recognized trauma specialists, nurse practitioners and licensed therapists with advanced training in chemical dependency and complex mental health issues.

As a client at The Treehouse, you’ll experience gracious, highly individualized care (our staff-to-client ratio is nearly 1:1). Everything we do centers on your complete recovery from drug or alcohol addiction, even if that means adding a distinct intervention or recreational therapy to accelerate your healing. Our holistic rehabilitation approach provides individualized counseling and a program that is tailor-made to fit your needs.

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  • Mental health disorders
  • Co-occurring disorders

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