Top Rated Drug Rehab For Residents of Houston

When you find yourself struggling with drug addiction or suffering from any type of substance use disorder, it is easy to feel like you are all alone, or that no one can truly understand what you have been going through. You may think that no one, not even your closest friends and family members, really knows what is happening, let alone how to help.

Those feelings of despair and isolation are all too common among drug addicts, but you have more help available than you might think. If you live in the Houston area, you have access to one of the best and highest rated drug rehab centers in the country, and accessing the help you need is as simple as making a single phone call.

At Resurgence, we specialize in treating addiction in all its forms, and we do more than just provide top notch detox and rehab services. Instead of merely treating the symptoms and how they manifest, we delve deeper, uncovering the root causes of your addiction and giving you the tools you need to overcome them.

Simply put, our number one goal is your recovery, not only during the time you spend with us but long after you have returned back home. We want to give you the tools you need, including the coping mechanisms that will be required to stay clean while facing your triggers. If you are ready to turn your life around, we are here to help, so pick up the phone and give the drug addiction experts at Resurgence a call today.

Addiction Treatment that
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Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

Heroin Rehab

While many people associated heroin addiction with the wild days of the 1960s and the malaise of the 1970s, the reality is the drug has never really gone away. Quite the opposite in fact – heroin use has reached epidemic proportions in many parts of the country, and the residents of Houston and the surrounding region are paying the price.

If someone you care about has been using heroin, it is important to get them into treatment as soon as possible. The use of heroin today is more dangerous than it was in the 1960s and 1970s, with potentially deadly adulterants like fentanyl making an already risky drug even more difficult to deal with and raising the risk of overdose even higher.

The use of heroin has always been potentially deadly, with the ever present risk of overdose and death. Even so, the new batches of heroin hitting the streets of major cities are even stronger and more potent than those the world used to know, and that makes the risks that much greater. Simply put, you cannot afford to wait if you or someone else is suffering from this kind of dangerous addiction, and it is important to act quickly.

The sooner you reach out for help, the sooner you and your loved one can begin to heal. If you are ready to get help, we are here to provide the guidance you need, and all it takes is a single phone call.

Drug Rehab

The decision to go into inpatient rehab for drug addiction can feel like a momentous one, but can also be a lifesaving decision. If you or someone you love has been struggling with drug addiction or suffering from substance use disorder, the sooner you act the better off you, and they will be.

At Resurgence, we offer treatment and detox for all kinds of drug addiction, from dependencies on legally prescribed medications like powerful opioid painkillers and the benzodiazepines used to treat depression and anxiety to addictions to street drugs like heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine.

No matter what the issue, we can help you heal, delving deep, reaching the root cause of the addiction, and giving you the tools you need to live a better, safer, and more successful life when you return back home to Houston. Your road to recovery begins with a single phone call, so pick up the phone and give us a call today.

Meth Rehab

This dangerous drug goes by many names on the street, including ice, rock, and simply meth, but no matter what you call it methamphetamine addiction is still just as dangerous and potentially deadly. Methamphetamine is one of the most powerfully addictive drugs in the world, and once that physical dependency takes hold it can be extremely difficult to break.

Trying to break free of methamphetamine addiction on your own is unlikely to be effective, and it could even make an already dire situation that much worse. If you or someone you care about is struggling with a methamphetamine addiction, we encourage you to abandon those DIY efforts and reach out for professional help and guidance instead. The help you need is just a phone call away, so pick up the phone and give us a call today.

There has been a resurgence in meth use over the last couple of years, and that is bad news for everyone. This highly addictive and destructive drug is making a comeback, and it is more important than ever for friends, loved ones, and individuals to watch out for the warning signs of abuse. Even if you only suspect someone you care about has been abusing meth, it is important to get them into treatment right away, and the expert counselors at Resurgence can help you do just that.

Why Choose Resurgence For Drug Rehab

At Resurgence, we know that Houston area residents have many choices when it comes time to seek treatment for their drug addictions. We know that ours is not the only treatment center around and that we are not the only facility to offer detox and outpatient rehab services.

We know all that, but we are also confident that our detox and rehab services are a cut above the rest, and that our combination of caring counselors, full medical support, and a full suite of follow-on services sets us apart and makes us the obvious choice for all your addiction related needs. If you are ready to break free of your addiction or get help for someone you care about, we stand ready to help, so pick up the phone and give us a call today.


The city of Houston was founded in 1937 and served as the temporary capital of the Republic of Texas within a year. Named after Sam Houston, of the Texas Army, who won independence from Mexico. In 1901, there was a large discovery of oil which led to significant industrial development for the city. The city has continued to expand over time, even opening a command post of U.S. Astronauts in the 1960s. Today the city holds a lot of history and many attractions for tourists.


Much of Houston was built on either forested land, marshes, or swamps. The terrain is mostly flat and marshy, which makes it prone to flooding. Downtown Houston stands only 50 feet above sea level, and the highest point in Houston is at 150 feet above sea level.


  • Humid Subtropical
  • Summer temperatures reach or past 90o F, high humidity results in higher apparent temperature
  • Winters are mild, with the average temperature of 53o F, with about 13 days per year with a low at or below 32o F
  • Ample rainfall, averaging 49.8 in annually


  • The 2020 U.S. census estimated Houston’s population at 2,304,280
  • Average income is $84,179
  • Median age is 33 years
  • Houston is the 4th largest city in the U.S.
  • Has the 3rd largest Hispanic population in the U.S., with about 400,000 undocumented immigrants in the area

Racial and ethnic populations are as follows:

  • Hispanic or Latino: 45.0%
  • Black or African American: 22.6%
  • Whites (Non-Hispanic): 24.4%
  • Asian: 6.8%

Local Government

Houston has a strong mayor-council government, with elected officials serving four-year terms

  • District A: Amy Peck
  • District B: Tarsha Jackson
  • District C: Abbie Kamin
  • District D: Caroyln Evans-Shabazz
  • District E: Dave Martin
  • District F: Tiffany D. Thomas
  • District G: Mary Nan Huffman
  • District H: Karla Cisneros
  • District I: Robert Gallegos
  • District J: Edward Pollard
  • District K: Martha Castex-Tatum
  • At-Large Position 1: Mike Knox
  • At-Large Position 2: David Robinson
  • At-Large Position 3: Michael Kubosh
  • At-Large Position 4: Letitia Plummer
  • At-Large Position 5: Sallie Alcorn

Houston City Hall is located at 901 Bagby St, Houston, TX 77002

Law Enforcement

Education (private and public schools)

The Houston Independent School District is the seventh-largest school district in the U.S. with nineteen school districts, some of the schools include:

Private schools include:

Colleges and Universities include:

Economy (major industries or employers)

Houston’s economy is based primarily on the energy industry, particularly oil. Healthcare, biomedical research, and aerospace also make up a large sector of its industries. Some major companies in the Houston area include:

Transportation (buses, ships, airports, highways into the city)


Cruise Lines Departing from Houston:

Major Highways:


Bush Airport: #1 U.S. Airport, #1 Cleanest U.S. Airport, and COVID-19 Airport Excellence Award

Hobby Airport: #1 Most Improved U.S. Airport, Top 10 Cleanest Airport in North America, and Top 10 Best Airports in North America

  • Forbes ranked Houston among the top 12 destinations in the world (2017)
  • Travel + Leisure ranked Houston #9 in “America’s Most Attractive Cities” (2016)
  • Children’s Museum of Houston ranked #2 for “Best Museum for Families” by USA Today 10 Best (2017)

Notable Residents

  •       Wes Anderson, film director
  •       Beyonce, singer, songwriter, and actress
  •       Kenny Rogers, musician, and actor
  •       Hilary Duff, actress and singer
  •       Johnny Nash, singer-songwriter
  •       Jeff Bezos, founder, and CEO of Amazon
  •       George H.W. Bush, 43rd U.S. President
  •       Dr. Ellen Ochoa, engineer, and U.S. astronaut
  •       Simone Biles, gymnast
  •       Jimmy Butler, NBA basketball player
  •       George Foreman, boxer
  •       Richard Smalley, Nobel Prize in Chemistry recipient
  •       Renee Zellweger, actress
  •       Dan Rather, journalist
  •       Mike Jones, Rapper

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.