Nexus Recovery Center

Recovery Starts Here!
A Dallas nonprofit at the forefront of specialized substance abuse services for females, Nexus offers programs for adult women and adolescent girls ages 13 to 17, including those pregnant or accompanied by children. Nexus is one of only a few programs nationally that invites women to bring their children into treatment.

Our Mission
The mission of Nexus Recovery Center is to serve as a link to sobriety, independence, and dignity for low-income women and their families affected by addiction. We inspire hope, offer respect, and honor the unique differences of female addicts.

Nexus News

Westapher Charity Golf Tournament and Auction

Kick-off Party PHOTOS!
When: September 22, 5 p.m.-7 p.m.
Where: Citizen, Uptown Dallas
2923 Fairmount St
Dallas 75201

When: October 9, 6 p.m.-10 p.m.
Where: 3810 University Blvd, Dallas 75205

Golf Tournament
When: October 10
Registration 11:30 a.m.
Lunch noon-1 p.m.
Golf Tournament 1:30-6:30 p.m.
Dinner & Awards Ceremony 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Where: Cowboys Golf Club
1600 Fairway Dr, Grapevine 76051

Tickets, Sponsorship, or Reservations

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Coming This Fall!

The Big Texas Rally For Recovery will be held in Dallas this year. All participants will walk across the Continental Bridge in a unified manner. The day will be filled with speakers, food venders, local politicians, and possibly a national politician.

LOCATION: Continental Avenue Bridge and West Dallas Gateway is located at 109 Continental Avenue Dallas, Texas 75208. The area can be accessed on the Downtown side off of Riverfront and Core Street and on the West Dallas side between Canada Dr and Singleton.

Please visit our Facebook page and register for attendance and possibly volunteer opportunities.
FACEBOOK: Big Texas Rally For Recovery
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Candice Romo speaks for the Dallas Cowboys Women’s Association benefiting Nexus Recovery Center

"What's so great about Nexus is that they let women bring their children. There are a lot of rehab centers and places you can go but not all of them let you bring your kids with you."

For more from the Dallas Cowboys Women's Association and their support of Nexus families, click here

Adolescent Client Beds Are Available Now

Teen girls (ages 13-17) who are in need of addiction treatment can be served right now at Nexus. Beds are available. We have two high school classrooms on campus and DISD teachers standing by to ensure the girls stay on track at school while in treatment.

Please call Admissions at 214 321-0156 ext. 3118. Help us provide sobriety, independence and dignity for low income teens and their families - TOGETHER.

Looking for Work That Makes a Difference?

Nexus Recovery Center is a great place to work. Professional staff, rewarding work and comprehensive benefits all contribute to the long tenures of Nexus employees. We believe that building a strong organization starts with a commitment to our employees. That's why Nexus strives to promote a challenging and rewarding work environment. Have a look at our video and visit Employment for more details, including the substantial benefit package offered to Nexus employees.
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About Nexus
Nexus provides the full continuum of recovery services.
Cost should not be a barrier to receiving treatment at Nexus.
Nexus is accredited by The Joint Commission.
Insurance Accepted
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8733 La Prada Drive
Dallas, TX 75228
(214) 321-0156
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4525 Lemmon Avenue
Number 201
Dallas, TX 75219


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Our mission is to serve as a link to sobriety, independence and dignity for low-income women and their families affected by addiction.
We inspire hope, offer respect, and honor the unique differences of female addicts.

Photos by Robert Latorre Productions, Steve Hinds and Steve McWilliams