BACODA is funded by TDSHS, United Way, fees for services, foundations, and donations.
We enforce a tobacco-free environment at all BACODA facilities. Thank you for not smoking.
This site was last updated: 1/18/2019
If you are seeking state-funded substance abuse treatment in Texas
Please call one of the following:
713-942-4100 * 409-944-4337
Serving the Bay Area since 1974…
A group of concerned citizens met and established an agency that continues today to address an issue that impacts the entire community. The most recent United Way Greater Houston survey found our communities are most concerned about drug problems.
BACODA remains firm in its belief that chemically dependent individuals and their families can and do recover. BACODA offers a wide range of services to aid in the recovery process. Services are offered in a confidential setting. Low cost professional help is available close at home with BACODA’s trained staff and volunteers.
BACODA provides Substance Abuse Assessments (for employer, probation, parole, etc.), counseling (on a sliding scale), Free Recovery Support Group, tobacco cessation program, Substance Abuse Education Program, and DWI Intervention Class.
Please call 800-510-3111 for more information.
ATTENTION STUDENTS, TEACHERS, PROFESSORS, COUNSELORS, YOUTH ADVISORS AND YOUTH COORDINATORS....
REGISTER TODAY FOR THIS EXCITING EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY:
On behalf of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Organization of Youth Safety, Bay Area Council on Drugs and Alcohol and the Texas City Police Department, we invite you and your student groups (ages 13-24) to join us for this amazing signature event in January! This youth-focused interactive health and safety fair promises to be unique fun and educational for all. In addition to Virtual Reality games that address the prevention of substance abuse, there will also be interactive stations to learn about boating, swimming and mental health safety. Don't miss out on the fun, snacks/lunch and giveaways!
First Friday Workshop
Friday, February 1, 2019
ACE's: Adverse Childhood Experiences