›› Texas: Local Resources

The Starfish Foundation
A non-profit corporation founded by teachers, parents and students in Plano, Texas with the purpose of fighting the nightmare of teenage heroin addiction.
Dallas Headquarters
701 Commerce Suite 530
Dallas, Texas 75202
(877) 842-0008
(214) 698-2048

Association of Persons Affected by Addiction (APAA)
This non-profit organization is designed to engage the consumer and recovery community voice in reducing stigma and enhancing services. The APAA specializes in providing recovery support services for people seeking recovery and their family members.
2438 Butler Street, Suite 120
Dallas, TX 75235
(214) 634-APAA (2722)

El Paso Alliance, Inc.: Recovery Alliance
Recovery Alliance is a community organization in El Paso, Texas, of people in recovery from alcohol and drug use disorders and their family, friends, and community allies.
6501 Boeing, Suite E2
El Paso, TX 79925
(915) 594-7000

Texas Self-Help Information and Referral Service
Provides information and referral to local self-help clearinghouses and agencies statewide.
Texas Self-Help I&R Service
c/o MHA
8401 Shoal Creek Blvd.
Austin, TX 78757
(512) 454-3706    

Self-Help Resource Center for Greater Houston
Provides information and referral services for self-help groups in Houston area. Services and peer support are also provided for persons who facilitate groups. Workshops are provided on self-help support group facilitation. A directory and newsletter are also available featuring local self-help community resources.
Self-Help Resource Ctr.
c/o MHA of Greater Houston
2211 Norfolk, Suite 810
Houston, TX 77098
Group Referrals: (713) 522-5161

Self-Help Clearinghouse for Tarrant County
Promotes the awareness and development of mutual aid and self-help groups throughout Tarrant County. Provides information and referrals to support groups.
Self-Help Clearinghouse of Tarrant County
c/o MHA of Tarrant County
3136 W. 4th St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107-2113
(817) 335-5405
E-mail: [email protected]

Serving Children and Adolescents in Need (SCAN, Inc.)
Primary services include ATOD prevention, intervention, and treatment as well as comprehensive services to children in at-risk situations. SCAN,Inc. has a twenty-two year history of providing services to youth and families in need and prides itself on having a “one stop service” concept.
2387 E. Saunders # 2
Laredo, Texas 78041
(956) 724-3177
(800) 355-7226

Community Action Council of South Texas (CACST)
The CACST focuses primarily on Duval, Jim Hogg, Starr, and Zapata counties. It also provides limited services in other Texas counties
P.O. Drawer 98
510 East. Eisenhower Street,
Rio Grande City, Texas 78582
(956) 487-2585

Horizon Youth Center
The Cameron County task force on Reducing Teenage Pregnancy (Horizon Youth Service Center) embraces the following as a description of its mission: To prevent substance abuse, teen pregnancies, teen violence, and other associated high-risk behaviors. To encourage parents to become involved in the lives of their children and helping them grow up to be healthy, principled and caring
806 Morgan Blvd., suite B
Harlingen, Texas 78550
(956) 428-1543
[email protected]



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