Substance Use Services

Substance use services designed with real people in mind.

The Gulf Coast Center Substance Use Services are designed with real people in mind.
Deciding to get help with a substance use disorder can be the hardest part of recovery. Gulf Coast Center is ready to help. We provide education and screening, individual, group and peer counseling, skills training, and inpatient and outpatient
treatment.

We coordinate patient care activities with other partner community agencies in order to provide well-rounded care. Our goal is to know and understand the needs and preferences of those we serve. Communicating and providing care at the right
time with the right partners helps increase safe, proper, and effective care. Services provided are tailored to each person’s needs.

If you, a friend, or a family member needs help with substance use, call 844-704-1291 to learn more about how Gulf Coast Center can help.

The OSAR (Outreach, Screening, Assessment and Referral) program provides screening and referral at no cost for anyone who needs to be screened to determine an appropriate level of care for substance use services. The screening identifies
the person’s substance use, mental health and high risk behaviors. The person is referred to various care options, ranging from residential treatment, outpatient, supportive outpatient and peer recovery coaching.

To access services, please call  844-704-1291  or 409-944-4365, Monday-Friday, 8-5pm, to schedule a virtual screening. Screenings will be conducted via phone/video for the
following locations:

Galveston
3828 Ave N
Galveston, TX, 77550

Angleton
101 Tigner
Angleton, TX 77515

Texas City
7510 FM 1765
Texas City, TX 77591

OSAR screeners can also schedule a mobile screening in the community at emergency rooms, hospitals and in the county jails.

Substance Use Services

A 30 day residential treatment for people who do not have insurance or the ability to pay. Services are provided through subcontracted residential providers in Brazoria and Galveston counties.

A comprehensive outpatient program for people working toward achieving sobriety and a long term recovery. Our counselors provide individual and group counseling and work with the client to formulate an individualized treatment plan that reflects the client’s needs. Services address issues such as housing, mental health, relationship issues, spirituality and mindfulness, relapse prevention, sober supports, and building a community network.

Outpatient services at this time are conducted via phone/video for the following locations:

Angleton
101 Tigner Street
Angleton TX 77515
Group Meetings: Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday (9am-12noon and 6pm-9pm).
Virtual appointments are scheduled for individual sessions.

 Galveston
Ursuline Ave N
Galveston TX 77550
Group Meetings: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday (9am-12noon and 6pm-9pm).
Virtual appointments are scheduled for individual sessions.

Texas City
7510 FM 1765
Texas City, TX 77591
Group Meetings: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday (9am-12noon and 6pm-9pm).
Virtual appointments are scheduled for individual sessions.

 

Open to the public at various Gulf Coast Center locations, these sessions provide a supportive, safe venue for people seeking substance use recovery. Sessions are led by “peers” who have personal, lived experience with substance use and recovery.

Peer Recovery Support Groups are held virtually for the following locations and are conducted Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday at 12:00pm and 6:00pm.:

 

Specialized Female Treatment contains components of other substance use services, plus specialized parenting and treatment issues specific to women. Education on drug awareness and prevention of drug use is provided for all the family members with special attention to the needs of the children. This program is available to women 18 or older with dependent children.

Provides interagency coordination of services for people with co-occurring substance use and mental health diagnosis. Services include outreach, crisis intervention, early intervention, medication management, inpatient/residential referrals, outpatient day or evening treatment, family and peer support,  case coordination, and relapse prevention.