Westlake Recovery is located in the heart of Downtown Austin. We are within walking distance to many major Austin hot spots- including Recovery Meeting groups. Our Luxury Sober Living home has an on-site manager as well as several full time employees dedicated solely to Sober Living in Austin and ensuring the environment is safe, nurturing and highly accountable. We also provide additional holistic health and wellness services such as a gym membership to the YMCA. monthly community events, monthly maid and cleaning services. There are daily yoga classes available at the YMCA.
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At Costa Rica Treatment Center, beyond addressing the obvious symptoms our dedicated multidisciplinary team offers you a holistic evidence-based treatment program focused on healing underlying issues resulting in addiction to alcohol and other drugs. Our treatment center brings you the highest staff to patient ratio in the region at the most affordable price. CRTC’s bilingual treatment team is comprised of highly qualified professionals specialized in addictions treatment with an impressive track record.
Omega Recovery is a counseling and wellness center that treats both addiction and mental health disorders. But more than just treating “disorders”, which are often times merely the symptoms of deeper distress, OMEGA helps people who may be struggling to undergo a transformative evolution into a Self-actualized state.
Maui Recovery is a unique place that focuses not only on recovery from Drugs & Alcohol, but also treating and healing the root causes of addiction. Designed to provide an Ohana—a safe, nurturing and healing environment that our residents immediately feel upon stepping onto the sanctuary, our serene environment allows for a balance of solitude, peace & rest for real healing, treatment and inner work to happen.
Delphi Behavioral Health Group was formed to take on the mission of treating addiction at its core. We believe that through personalized treatment in intimate settings, we can provide those suffering from substance abuse with the tools to start a journey of long-lasting recovery. No one should have to battle addiction alone. But we know how hard it is to choose a treatment center that’s right for you. That’s why our dedicated staff is committed to helping you find a treatment program that is ideal for your individual needs.
Women seeking residential drug rehab and alcohol treatment may be surprised to hear that achieving sobriety is only the beginning.Learning how to live in victory and recovery while healing from a past full of hurts and hang-ups is the real challenge, and what our program exists to do. We are more than a recovery center, we are a spiritual regeneration program, and our goal is to help women completely transform their lives.
Hickory Wind Ranch provides a safe and nurturing environment for recovering addicts from all walks of life, geographies and crafts. Because each recovery journey is as important as one’s ultimate destination, our goal is to help every member of our community learn how to live a full and rich sober life and to achieve physical, emotional, and spiritual balance. Our communities will provide a tranquil yet supportive environment to begin sober living in Austin. We embrace and practice the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and strive to create an environment rooted in love, service, grace, tolerance and community. Unlike most treatment centers, sober homes and half way houses, Hickory Wind Ranch in Austin, TX offers a comprehensive recovery program that helps our residents heal on all levels: mind, body and spirit. Hickory Wind Ranch is now owned and managed by Omega Recovery.
For over 45yrs Willamette Family has been assisting clients and families on the journey of recovery. We use evidence based therapies that are specific to meeting the needs of women and promotes proven methods of recovery. 541-343-2993
Pia's Place is a ninety-day extended care facility operated by women for women. We offer treatment for Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, Eating Disorders, PTSD, Sexual Trauma, Codependence, Dual Diagnosis