Mesquite, Texas Rehab



An estimated 60% of Americans have used a substance in the past month, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health. This includes alcohol, tobacco, cocaine, heroin, marijuana, and more. Drug use and abuse is increasing across all age groups. If you find yourself struggling with drug or alcohol abuse, you can find help to quit at Discovery Point Retreat in Dallas.

Discovery Point is a comprehensive drug and alcohol treatment program that serves the Dallas and East Dallas area. We provide a safe, supportive environment that has helped thousands of people get sober and stay sober. We accomplish this by providing a home-like environment that provides emotional, physical, and social support to help you rebuild your life. Evidence-based treatment therapies, like cognitive-behavioral therapy and mindfulness meditation, help you develop the skills and strategies you need for a lifetime of abstinence.

If you have made the life-changing decision to enter rehab, it’s important to keep an open mind during the process. Addiction affects each person differently, which means each person who comes to our rehabilitation facility near Mesquite participates in an intake process. We can walk you step-by-step through a potential course of treatment so you know you can meet the goals you have.

When you are ready to go down the road to recovery, we understand you have certain questions about drug and alcohol treatment programs. The next few questions will provide you with a brief overview of what you can expect from treatment. Once you are done reading, our staff is happy to answer specific questions related to your treatment. Call us at 855-306-8054 for a confidential conversation with one of our specialists.


Accepting that you need help is the first step in recovery. If you are here and looking into rehabilitation in the Mesquite area, you have already taken an important step in your life.

Sometimes, it’s hard to know when you need help. Some of the signs can include that you have tried to quit before and always gone back to substances. If you have withdrawal symptoms, trouble controlling how much you use, or have had problems with your friends, family, or work due to your substance abuse, it may be time to seek treatment.

Discovery Point Retreat is a holistic behavioral health program. That means we do not look at just one aspect of your health and well-being, but instead help you address every aspect of your health that can help you break free from drug and alcohol abuse.

Taking yourself outside of your everyday routine can help to reduce triggers and reminders of when you used to use drugs or alcohol. You can then start to move forward to establish a healthier lifestyle, armed with tools and techniques that help you overcome cravings and urges to return to substance abuse.

Discovery Point Retreat offers several different programs to help clients battling addiction. The most comprehensive is inpatient treatment, where the client stays at our facility while participating in individualized therapy, group therapies, and other programs. Inpatient programs are well-suited for those going through detox as well as when you have other medical conditions, such as anxiety or depression, that may require more intensive care to treat.

Our center also offers a range of outpatient programs. These include a partial hospitalization program, where you come to our facility during the day to participate in our extensive programs, yet return home at night. While intensive outpatient and outpatient programs are similar in concept, our outpatient programs involve fewer hours and days a week at the facility than intensive outpatient programs.


Alcohol may be a legal substance to drink for those older than 21, but it is a dangerous and life-threatening addiction for many. If you are having trouble getting through the day without drinking or find that your drinking is out of control when you do drink, consider reaching out for help.

The first step in alcohol rehab treatment at Discovery Point Retreat is Medical Detox. Alcohol is a central nervous system depressant. This means when you stop drinking, the substances in your body that were depressing your nervous system are no longer present. As a result, you experience withdrawal symptoms that can include tremors, nausea, problems sleeping, and sweating. A small percentage of people can experience a more severe withdrawal syndrome called delirium tremens, or DTs. This potentially life-threatening syndrome can cause hallucinations, seizures, and very high body temperature, blood pressure, and heart rate. When alcohol withdrawal is severe, it can even lead to death. It’s paramount to detox from alcohol through a medically supervised alcohol detox program, where medical staff can give you medications to reduce how severe detox symptoms can be and prevent or treat dangerous complications.

Many people think alcohol rehab centers are like hospitals, but this isn’t true for Discovery Point Retreat. Our rehabilitation center looks like a home from the outside and the inside, too. We have designed it to be as comfortable and homelike as possible. The pleasant environment allows you to focus on your recovery, just as we are focused on your success.

Discovery Point Retreat medical and mental health providers use a variety of approaches to help you break not only the physical but also the mental cravings for alcohol. An example is cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT. This type of therapy helps you learn to recognize “addictive thinking,” such as “If I take one drink, it won’t matter.” It helps you develop coping skills for real-time stress, cravings, and other relapse triggers.

Aftercare is also an integral component of alcohol rehab. Our center develops an aftercare program that connects you with a variety of services to help you continue in your sobriety, such as support groups, ongoing therapy, and other services you need for success. To learn more about Medical Detox, treatment, or aftercare, contact us at 855-306-8054, and speak confidentially to one of our specialists.


A support system in recovery is not just the friends and family you will return home to when you complete your rehabilitation. It’s also the support system you have during treatment. We find having both support systems close to home can help you find greater success. Meeting sober friends and creating connections close to home can be vital for your continued success. Knowing people near you are going through similar challenges and victories can be uplifting and help you continue on.

Attending residential treatment or outpatient programs near Mesquite also gives family and friends the opportunity to participate in your program, which improves treatment outcomes. Seeing a loved one during this process can be uplifting as well as motivating. Participation in family therapy and family workshops helps improve communication and helps families support you in the best possible way during treatment and recovery. Discovery Point Retreat offers a variety of ways your family can participate in treatment.


Cost is understandably a concern when someone enters a rehabilitation facility. We know that you want to invest in your success, yet do so in a way that is affordable to yourself and your family. Rehabilitation costs depend upon a variety of factors, which may include the following:

Addiction severity: If you have struggled with your addiction for many years or have tried to quit and relapsed in the past, you may require a longer treatment course to experience success. However, you have to give yourself the time you need to ensure you have the tools in your “recovery toolbox” to remain sober.

Insurance policies: Please contact your insurance company for more information regarding coverage. If you need assistance please call us today.

To us, as well as your friends and family, your life is priceless. Rehabilitation is an investment in your life and your future. Discovery Point Retreat’s professionals can guide you through Medical Detox and empower you to overcome your addiction.

We completely understand that you and your family may be worried about the costs of rehabilitation. We encourage you to let us help you determine what those costs may be. Our financial staff can review your insurance plan and contact your insurance company to determine what your insurance covers. We can also discuss possibilities for insurance payment that can help make rehabilitation more affordable to you. Call us today at 855-306-8054 to discuss your payment options.


Detox is the process by which you stop using a substance so that brain function can become normal again. When you are addicted to a substance, your brain may become dependent upon it. As a result, you may experience withdrawal symptoms when you stop using that substance.

Discovery Point Retreat is here to help you through the Medical Detox process in a comfortable and safe environment. Sometimes, Medical Detox involves using medications that can help reduce some of the withdrawal effects. Medical Detox provides you with emotional and medical support and the knowledge your symptoms are a normal part of the withdrawal process and that you can get through this.

The withdrawal symptoms you experience in the medical detox process depend on the substance or substances you use. For example, addiction to opiates (heroin or painkillers) can cause withdrawal symptoms that include nausea, vomiting, intense achiness, diarrhea, sweating, restless legs, and fatigue. Addiction to stimulants, such as cocaine or meth, can cause withdrawal symptoms that include severe fatigue, depression, vivid and sometimes scary dreams, and strong cravings for the drug. Medical detox involves medications that may be used to reduce the discomfort of withdrawal symptoms.

Each person withdraws from drugs differently because each person has their own experience with how much and how often they use them. Coupled with their own health history, Medical Detox can be an individual experience. However, having a safe, comforting environment with medical professionals on standby can make a tremendous difference in a person’s success.

During the medical detox intake, a range of assessments will help your providers develop the best detox plan for you. It’s important to be honest at intake about the substances you’ve used and how much is in your system at the time. These and other assessments will also help your team develop a comprehensive treatment plan that will begin after Medical Detox is complete.

Detox is not the same as addiction treatment. It allows you to physically rid yourself of the substance from your body, but it doesn’t break the physical and mental cravings you experience for that substance. Treatment after detox is essential for breaking the cycle of addiction once and for all.


Alcohol detox works in a similar fashion to drug detox in that you stop using alcohol and go through the withdrawal process. As mentioned earlier in our discussion of alcohol rehabilitation services near Mesquite, alcohol withdrawals have the potential to cause severe medical symptoms that may require taking medications to reduce risks for seizures and promote sleep.

The intake process is very important for you when you abuse alcohol. By sharing how much, how often, and for how long you have been drinking, our experts are better able to estimate what kinds of withdrawal symptoms you may experience. Knowing when you took your last drink and when your withdrawal symptoms are likely to start can also help.

As we mentioned earlier, alcohol withdrawals carry the possibility that you could go through DTs. This is more likely if you have gone through the withdrawal process before. Each time, the brain doesn’t bounce back as effectively. We want this to be the last time you ever go through alcohol withdrawals. We can accomplish this by assisting you in the withdrawal process with medications when needed and providing support and care that helps you succeed in sobriety.

It’s important to know that alcohol withdrawal doesn’t last very long. Most people start to recognize they are on the downhill slope of their withdrawals a few days after they stopped drinking. However, alcohol withdrawal, as well as opioid and benzodiazepine withdrawal, can result in a post-acute withdrawal phase where, after the physical (acute) withdrawal, you are susceptible to insomnia, anxiety, depression, mental fog and distorted thinking, and a lack of motivation for several weeks. However, during treatment, you’ll have plenty of emotional and medical support to address these lingering symptoms, which dissipate over time and mental clarity returns as your brain adjusts to the new life without substances.


The recommended length for your rehab stay depends upon a number of factors. These include:

The substance you abuse: Some substances may have longer withdrawal periods than others. Also, if you abuse multiple substances, your detox process can be longer and sometimes more complicated. Our rehabilitation staff can help you estimate how long the detox process may be based on your drug or alcohol usage.

Co-occurring disorders: Research tells us that having a co-occurring disorder (such as anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and more) can make substance abuse treatment more complicated and usually longer in length. Addressing both your addiction and the mental health concerns that may impact your ability to stay sober is vital to helping you achieve rehabilitation success.

The severity and length of your addiction: As a general rule, the longer you have been struggling with addiction, the longer treatment time you may require. Tackling years or even decades of substance abuse can’t happen overnight. You may need more time to conquer the aspects of your physical and mental health that have brought you to the place you are in now. Giving yourself the time you need in recovery can make the difference in your success.

Your engagement in your treatment and recovery: Motivating, engaging, and committing yourself to rehabilitation and your recovery are vital to your success. Some people don’t find these right away, and that’s okay. With time and continued treatments, you can ideally identify your motivations for change.

Other considerations for how long rehab is include if you are choosing inpatient or outpatient rehabilitation. We understand if you aren’t quite sure where to start. Our rehabilitation experts make personalized recommendations that help you enroll in the program that is best for you. As you begin to change your mindset and learn new coping skills, you’ll eventually step down through treatment, receiving less and less support until you’re ready to recover on your own, with the help of your aftercare plan.


Typically, the best approach is to contact us or your insurance company. We can help verify your insurance and determine what services are covered as a no-cost and no-obligation service to you. We are happy to help you identify how your insurance policy can help you get the help you need.

Sometimes, knowing more about what your insurance will and won’t cover can aid you in selecting a rehabilitation program that provides you the most financial peace. For example, sometimes insurance policies only cover outpatient services or inpatient detox services. Knowing what services are covered could make it easier for you to identify what treatment program is for you.

Mental health parity laws require insurance plans to allow for equal treatment of substance abuse and mental health disorders. Many states also have their own parity laws that help you get more comprehensive coverage so you can get the treatment you need.

To determine what your insurance covers, or to learn about other options for paying for treatment, contact Discovery Point Retreat at 855-306-8054.


A common misconception about seeking drug rehab is that you never have the opportunity to go outside of the facility and explore the city you are in. This is not the case. When you feel ready, you can explore Mesquite and check out these attractions during your recovery process.

Florence Ranch Homestead, 1424 Barnes Bridge Road, Mesquite

If history is your passion, you can check out the Florence Ranch Homestead. This museum and home was built in the 1870s and now gives you an insight into life on the prairie. The home provides an insight into rural Texas architecture. The farm was established two years before the city of Mesquite itself, ultimately growing to 750 acres. The home remained a family home for many years until the Florence family donated it to the city of Mesquite in 1987.

The Opal Lawrence Historical Park, 701-711 East Kearney Street, Mesquite.

Another popular historical attraction is the Opal Lawrence Historical Park, which is another 1880s homestead that represents the turn-of-the-century farming community. A range of activities let you see firsthand what life was like in Temecula over 100 years ago.

The Mesquite Arena, 1818 Rodeo Drive, Mesquite

Sports fans have a large building to see a number of sporting events at the Mesquite Arena. This 5,500-seat building is home to the Mesquite Outlaws, a Major Arena Soccer League organization. The team plays from November to March.  In addition, a person can see the Mesquite Rodeo and ProRodeo Athletes (PRCA) qualifying rodeo events. These events are held from June to August.

Mesquite Heritage Trail, Towne Center Drive and Franklin Drive, Mesquite.

If recreation is your pursuit, enjoy the great outdoors at the Mesquite Heritage Trail. This is a 4.25-mile trail where you can walk, run, bicycle, or build muscle at the various exercise stations located along the trail. Golfing enthusiasts can enjoy the Mesquite Golf Club located on the trail as well.

Our professional team at Discovery Point Retreat is ready to help you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We can answer questions that range from treatment program types to financial questions. We encourage you to call us at 855-306-8054 for more information about our treatment programs. We would be proud to help you take your first step to a happier, healthier life.


Call Discovery Point today to learn about our treatment programs convenient to Mesquite, TX!


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