Fort Worth Drug Rehabs

Fort Worth Drug Rehabs

Fort Worth is the 16th largest city in the US and the fifth largest city in Texas.  It has a population 741,206.  It is the second most populous in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area.  It was established in 1849 as an Army outpost on a bluff overlooking the Trinity River.  It still embraces its Western heritage and traditional architecture and design.  USS Fort Worth is the first ship of the US navy named after this city.  The median income for a household was $37,074 and the median income for a family was $42,939.  About 12.7% of families and 15.9% of the population were below poverty line.  Drugs are a problem in Fort Worth.  There is a need for drug rehabs in this area.

In February of 2012 it was reported that Texas Christian University students got back to campus and the campus Police Chief Steven McGee started getting complaints from alarmed parents.  They were saying that their children noticed heavy drug dealing activity on and around the West Fort Worth campus and they wanted it checked out.  McGee said, “It got back to us that more was going on than usual so we wanted to nip it in the bud.”  Then there were drug dealing arrests of 15 current TCU students including four football players in connection with the case.  There was the presence of marijuana, cocaine, Xanax and prescription pain killers on the campus.  Darmitzel an English Major stated, “Too much was going on, it was out of control, TCU did a service by arresting these guys.  I don’t have sympathy for them.”  Drugs in the colleges in Fort Worth.  Get help finding Fort Worth drug rehabs.  Something can be done about it.

Whether you need assistance finding heroin rehabs, an outpatient clinic, a Fort Worth drug rehab, Haltom City drug rehab, or one in another Texas city — we’re here to help.

Fort Worth Drug Rehabs

Fort Worth Drug Rehab Programs‎
6387 Camp Bowie Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX 76116
(817) 489-9992
fortworthdrugprogram.com‎

Center for Therapeutic Change
6320 Brentwood Stair Road, Fort Worth, TX
(817) 446-9770 ‎ · ctcdfw.com