Alcoholism and drug addiction are devastating diseases involving the body, mind, and spirit. La Hacienda Treatment Center has been successfully treating individuals with alcohol and other drug problems since 1972. The clinical staff of over 55 licensed professionals including physicians, therapists and nurses, are dedicated to reversing the progression of the compulsive craving, seeking, and usage of alcohol and other drugs. Through the utilization of the latest advances in Addiction Medicine, individual and group counseling, immersion in 12-Step recovery principles, and long term after-care planning, patients find that full recovery is more than just a possibility.
At NOVA Recovery Center, we understand the struggle you’re facing – and we are fully committed to help you become balanced and successful in a recovering life. Our well-rounded, personalized drug and alcohol rehab program have both been designed to address your issues with substance abuse through a healing focus on mind, body and spirit. With this three-pronged approach, we will help you find your footing on a new path, leading you to a happier, more fulfilling and much more productive life.
Our drug addiction and alcohol rehab center has treatment programs that are tailored to the individual client, ensuring that you get the specific care you need to achieve lasting recovery. Our private drug and alcohol addiction treatment center is located in a gated community, on 20 acres of serene property in the Texas Hill Country, just 20 minutes southwest of downtown Austin, Texas – a safe and serene environment designed to promote healing and recovery. We also focus on the treatment of families involved with addiction. And throughout the process you’ll be surrounded by a welcoming, supportive staff committed to helping you restore and rebuild your relationships and your life.
Ripple Recovery Ranch specializes in evidence-based, non 12-step, holistic treatment of substance abuse disorders in a luxury residential setting, located on 20 acres between Austin and San Antonio, in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. We can help you break the cycle of addiction to alcohol, cocaine, methamphetamines, heroin, prescription pills, and more. Explore the links above and below to learn more about our drug & alcohol rehabilitation services.
Serving Houston and the surrounding communities, Cypress Creek Hospital is a fully-accredited, 96-bed acute care facility providing quality care and assistance for adolescents, ages 13-17, and adults in need of psychiatric care and treatment for substance abuse. Cypress Creek Hospital offers a broad range of inpatient, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient services for adolescents and adults suffering from mental illness or chemical dependency. Our physician-directed staff of registered nurses, social workers, therapists, mental health technicians and certified alcohol and drug abuse counselors will bring both skill and compassion to the individualized treatment program for both patient and family. Cypress Creek also offers individual and group therapies including family therapy, recreational therapy, activity therapy and art therapy. We provide a Partial Hospitalization Program, an Intensive Outpatient Program as well as an Adult Therapy Program, Electroconvulsive Therapy, and a Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient Program.
The Brazos Valley Council on Alcohol and Substance Abuse (BVCASA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of substance abuse. BVCASA is the only non-profit organization in the Brazos Valley with comprehensive youth and adult programs, including state-approved MIP and DWI classes, drug education, substance abuse and tobacco prevention for youth and adults, screening services, outpatient treatment for youth and adults, and residential and outpatient aftercare treatment for adults in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Substance Abuse Treatment Program. Realizing our mission of providing quality substance abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment services leading to improved health, wellness, and security in the Brazos Valley is made possible with collaborative partnerships among schools, youth and religious organizations, healthcare, government agencies and law enforcement, media, local businesses, community organizations, foundations, clients, parents, and youth.
Austin Recovery is a not-for-profit organization that has provided effective and compassionate treatment since 1967. Our Transformational Treatment Model aims to bring about the in-depth cognitive, behavioral and spiritual changes we believe are essential for overcoming addiction. We utilize research or evidence-based treatment practices that enhance and compliment the more traditional 12-Step models, all of which are delivered in a loving and supportive environment. Clients also have the benefit of individual and small group counseling with Masters-level clinicians and licensed addiction specialists at our treatment centers. Additionally, we have added a unique group of experience-based therapies specifically designed to help clients feel and experience the changes as they occur. Taken together, these four components – the evidence-based practices, the experience-based treatment, the individual and group counseling and the 12-Steps – form what we call Austin Recovery’s Transformational Treatment Model or the AR Way.
The agency is celebrating over 45 years of service to our community and our mission is supported by hundreds of volunteers and donors led by a very dedicated staff and volunteer board of directors. The financial support we receive from our donors and partners in the community helps us deliver high-quality treatment at some of the best rates in the country.
We offer a number of programs including detox and separate men and women’s programs for Short -Term residential treatment (usually up to 30 days) and our Journey Program (usually 90 days or more). We also offer a program for women with children called Family House. Family House helps moms seeking recovery by allowing them to bring two children under the age of six with them into treatment.