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While 14% of the adult U.S. population smokes, these rates are 2-4 times higher for patients with psychiatric or substance use disorders (Kalman 2005). Patients with substance use disorders want to quit, and they can successfully quit if they receive evidence-based interventions tailored to their needs (Kalman 2010). Contrary to the belief that tobacco cessation will hinder treatment, it actually enhances mental health and non-nicotine substance use treatment outcomes (Lemon 2003, McKelvey 2017). Consequently, efforts should be made to integrate nicotine dependence treatment into substance use treatment through multilevel (clinical, program, and system) changes (Baca and Yahne 2009Prochaska 2004). Taking Texas Tobacco Free (TTTF) is a multicomponent, tobacco free workplace program that expanded in 2017 to work with substance use treatment centers and community agencies serving clients enrolled in substance use treatment. TTTF helps centers build their capacity to treat tobacco dependence among clients with substance use disorders.

Substance Use Disorder Treatment Centers & Community Outreach Agencies that We Worked With

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Substance Use Disorder Treatment Centers

AUSTIN:

A New Entry

Sobering Center

 

BEAUMONT:

Land Manor, Inc.

 

CORPUS CHRISTI:

CARS Methadone – Corpus Christi

 

DALLAS:

STEP Med

 

DENISON:

Axcel Treatment & Recovery

 

FORT WORTH:

Crossroads of Fort Worth

Volunteers of America – Riverside

GALVESTON:

Gulf Coast Center

HOUSTON:

Montrose Center

The Council on Recovery

Santa Maria Hostel

Texas Clinic – Fulton

Texas Clinic – Westview

MESQUITE:

Inspired Hope Group LLC

 

SAN ANTONIO:

Volunteers of America

Alpha Home

STAFFORD:

Fort Bend Regional Council

 

TOMBALL:

CARS Methadone – Tomball

VICTORIA:

Billy T. Cattan Outreach Center

Community Outreach Agencies

AUSTIN:

Foundation Communities

Isolation Centers 1-5

GALVESTON:

Luke Society Clinic

HOUSTON:

Search Homeless

New Hope Housing

Healthcare for the Homeless

MEDINA:

Arms of Hope – Medina campus

SAN ANTONIO::

San Antonio Metropolitan
   Health District

The Village at Incarnate Word

QUINLAN:

Arms of Hope – Boles campus

Mental Health

Training Program

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