There are currently 3,094 people living in Fairfield, Texas.
As of 2000, there are 265 married couples in Fairfield.
There are 114 single parent families in Fairfield, TX.
There are 379 families with children living in Fairfield.
Education Data, Fairfield, TX.
In Fairfield, there are 2,043 individuals with some type of education.
Out of those people, 725 have graduated highschool, 616 have completed some college, and 195 have a bachelor degree or higher.
Income Data, Fairfield
The average family income in Fairfield, TX. is $40,929.
There are 545 people living in poverty in Fairfield.
692 people in Fairfield, Texas own their own homes.
344 people currently rent in Fairfield.
The average rent in Fairfield is $349.
Treatment Service Definitions
Treatment Services for Residential Short-Term - Fairfield, Texas
Short-term residential treatment services can provide locations of drug or alcohol treatment programs that last 30 days or less and have a facility the individual lives at. Short-Term rehabs provide a safe environment where the individual can address their drug or alcohol addiction without the distraction of people or outside influences that would be detrimental to rehabilitation. Drug Counselors and Interventionists can help in locating these types of facilities.
Treatment Services for Criminal Justice Clients - Fairfield, Texas
Treatment Services for criminal justice clients specialize in providing information and options for individuals with a drug and/or alcohol addiction and legal problems related to their addiction. Drugs, Alcohol and Drug Use go hand in hand with criminal related activities. Violent behavior, theft, possession of illegal substances or all criminal activities that can stem from a drug or alcohol addiction. Criminal justice client treatment services are vital in helping these individuals receive drug or alcohol addiction treatment and rehabilitating their lives.
Treatment Services for people with HIV/AIDS - Fairfield, Texas
Treatment Services for people with HIV/AIDS are trained to help individuals suffering from this disease and have specialized information on drug and alcohol treatment facilities that can cater to these individuals. Because HIV/AIDS adds a complex level of additional care that the person will need, it is important to find a drug or alcohol rehab that provides a facility designed to handle these additional requirements.
Freeman Center (58.8 miles from Fairfield) Services Provided: Substance abuse treatment
Forms of Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance