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 Detoxification - Fairfield, Texas
Treatment services for detoxification provide information and choices for different types of detox. Depending on the type of drug or amount of alcohol an individual is using, withdrawal symptoms can range from mild to severe and may require a detox that specializes in that specific addiction. Detox services can range from medical detox to holistic and vary in length of time that they last. An addiction specialist or interventionist can provide you with different choices if you are using either to assist in getting an individual into a drug or alcohol rehab.
Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services for Men - Fairfield, Texas
Treatment services that specialize in Drug Rehab or Alcohol Rehabilitation for men can provide treatment option that have tailored programs fit to men's lifestyles. These programs may have specific activities, classes and programs, counselors and other options that are designed to deal specifically with men suffering from drug and/or alcohol addiction. If you have an intervention planned to get the individual into a drug or alcohol rehab, let the interventionist or registered addiction specialist know that you are looking for this type of treatment facility.
Many people who suffer from co-occuring mental and substance abuse disorders are generally at higher risk to health problems and physical safety. Services for co-occuring mental and substance abuse disorders will tkae these risks into account and help locate the individual into a facility that is specialized to handle these issues which will increase the chances of successful rehabilitation from drugs and/or alcohol. If using an interventionist, make sure to let them know beforehand that co-occuring mental and/or substance abuse disorders exist, as well as any other specific information that would help the interventionist in performing a successful intervention.
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
East Texas Medical Center (66.7 miles from Fairfield) Services Provided: Substance abuse treatment, Detoxification
Forms of Payment Accepted: Self payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State financed insurance (other than Medicaid), Private health insurance, Military insurance (e.g., VA,TRICARE)
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