TRS Behavioral Care Inc
- Cognitive/behavioral therapy
- Substance abuse counseling approach
- Trauma-related counseling
- Intensive outpatient treatment
- Outpatient day treatment or partial hospitalization
- Residential detoxification
- Short-term residential
- Smoking permitted in designated area
- Services for the deaf and hard of hearing
- Adult women
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
Areas of Specialization
- 12-step faciltitation approach
- Alcohol Detoxification
- Benzodiazepines Detoxification
- Buprenorphine used in treatment
- Cocaine Detoxification
- Family Addiction Counseling
- Group counseling offered
- Individual counseling offered
- Methamphetamines Detoxification
- Naltrexone (oral)
- Opiods Detoxification
- Prescribes/administer buprenorphine and/or naltrexone
- Relapse Prevention
- Relapse prevention from naltrxone
- Vivitrol® (injectable Naltrexone)
4.0 5 months ago
TRS runs a pretty standard rehab program, about 5-8 "classes" a day, at least one of which is a standard 12-step meeting. Classes cover basic recovery topics centered around a proprietary program called "Positive Recovery": relapse prevention, goal setting, anger management, etc... There's not a lot of bells and whistles, then again if your serious about recovery you don't really need any. The DFW facility has been renovated since a lot of these negative reviews were written. It was clean when I went (no rats or roaches that I saw). The food is pretty good and most of the RA's are very nice and helpful. I can't speak for all the counselors but Alvin was very helpful and supportive. Dr. Green (the MD for this facility) is very attentive and competent. If you're looking for a nicer facility TRS has a much better campus in Wimberly. I've been to both, and would strongly recommend the Wimberly location over DFW. All in all its a pretty good program.
4.0 6 months ago
The staff was awesome! I never saw any rats there. Maybe a couple of water bugs when it rained, but other than that, the place was clean. Now, for the Frisco IOP location, the woman that runs it is delusional. I really didn't learn anything and I told her that and that I at least wanted to finish out the week, but she wouldn't let me stay. I did have a couple of very minor slip ups and had to sign a contract which is understandable. But she became very unprofessional very quick when I told her it wasn't working out for me. I plan on filing a complaint on her. I wouldn't recommend it.
4.0 8 months ago
A great experience for our son. /Great counselors who provide hope and direction.
3.0 11 months ago
I went there in the beginning of 2013. Dr. Green was superb and he is in recovery to so you can pull a fast one on him :) in all honesty the only one of the staff I did not get along with was Michael with the lame tattoos. I had a good group of people, but stay your distance of the questionable people and younger crowd. Back when I went there, the men and women were in the same group. As you guessed it during early recovery people were sneaking out and $(#÷×ing like rabbits. I met me ex girlfriend there, martha. We started to date 9 months after TRS and I quickly learned why you don't date someone in recovery. 2 years and 50k in credit card debt in which she opened 4 Crédit Cards without my knowledge. One person snuck in heroine and Overdosed but lived and so far of the ~40 people I went to rehab with, 6 people died from 2 months after rehab until now. Rehab is just a small battle of a enormous war. They shut down "The next step" which was a critical part of my recovery. The new owners did not see fit from continuing this intensive sober living environment. I say screw them. I went to Stonegate the second time I went to rehab... a lot more organized and it makes this place looks like garbage... sober for 3 years now.
5.0 1 year ago
RYAN was very helpful during my intake process.
4.0 1 year ago
quality care. Anyone who isn't interested in getting help will always find plenty to whine about.