About The Springboard Center
The History of Springboard
The Springboard Center, which offers programs and services for alcohol and drug addiction treatment, opened in 2003 with an outpatient program located in downtown Midland. In 2009, the organization moved to the current facility and expanded services to include detoxification, inpatient and intensive outpatient treatment. In 2015, Springboard Sober Living opened, providing two men’s sober living homes and one female sober living home. Sober Living homes offer drug and alcohol free environments which further aide in alcohol and drug addiction treatment for recovering addicts which have successfully completed an inpatient treatment program.
The Springboard Center became a United Way Program Provider in 2003. We have partnered with many other community organizations, businesses and foundations to bring the vision of a comprehensive treatment facility to the Midland area. Our passionate Board of Directors has obtained many private grants such as The Abell-Hanger Foundation, The Beal Foundation, The Helen Greathouse Charitable Trust, The Chaparral Foundation, The Meadows Foundation and countless other corporate and individual private funding sources to support the Springboard Centers’ programs.