Treatment Center, LCDC, CARN
Verified by Psychology Today
We serve:
Houston, Texas 77056
"If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol or drug abuse, consider The Right Step for your treatment needs. We help clients discover their purpose and a reason to live life sober. You'll work on the underlying reasons behind your addiction and develop healthy coping skills. We know not all clients are in the same place. That's why we specialize in meeting you where you are in recovery and helping you see why life without drug or alcohol abuse is better. We can also advocate on your behalf with licensing boards, Employee Assistance Programs, attorneys, judges, and other court officers to document compliance in those cases where treatment has been mandated by an outside party."
(281) 231-0441
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We serve:
Houston, Texas 77056
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"If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol or drug abuse, consider The Right Step for your treatment needs. We help clients discover their purpose and a reason to live life sober. You'll work on the underlying reasons behind your addiction and develop healthy coping skills. We know not all clients are in the same place. That's why we specialize in meeting you where you are in recovery and helping you see why life without drug or alcohol abuse is better. We can also advocate on your behalf with licensing boards, Employee Assistance Programs, attorneys, judges, and other court officers to document compliance in those cases where treatment has been mandated by an outside party."
Treatment Center, LCDC
Verified by Psychology Today
We serve:
Houston, Texas 77056
"We treat addiction disorders in an outpatient setting. We are focused on the highest quality of care and leading people into recovery."
(832) 500-3252
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We serve:
Houston, Texas 77056
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"We treat addiction disorders in an outpatient setting. We are focused on the highest quality of care and leading people into recovery."
Treatment Center
Verified by Psychology Today
We serve:
Houston, Texas 77056
"This is a different way to approach treatment. We believe that once you make the decision to get help and change, you should be rewarded and cherished. Serenity Light Recovery provides a solace in time of chaos. It is the ideal place to become renewed and refreshed to begin your journey of recovery from drug and/or alcohol addiction. Our all-inclusive campus includes a full medical detox, residential treatment center and an intensive outpatient program."
(281) 645-5714
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We serve:
Houston, Texas 77056
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"This is a different way to approach treatment. We believe that once you make the decision to get help and change, you should be rewarded and cherished. Serenity Light Recovery provides a solace in time of chaos. It is the ideal place to become renewed and refreshed to begin your journey of recovery from drug and/or alcohol addiction. Our all-inclusive campus includes a full medical detox, residential treatment center and an intensive outpatient program."
Treatment Center, PhD, MEd
Verified by Psychology Today
We serve:
Houston, Texas 77056
"Our mission is to fill a critical treatment gap between individual therapy and acute inpatient hospitalization. The Petoskey Center intensive outpatient program is designed to help people gain the skills and self-awareness necessary to regain control of their lives. . . . Our programming provides patients with a short-term, cost-effective, and intensive treatment option while allowing them to continue meeting their responsibilities (as much as possible) in their communities. . . . ."
(832) 202-2283
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We serve:
Houston, Texas 77056
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"Our mission is to fill a critical treatment gap between individual therapy and acute inpatient hospitalization. The Petoskey Center intensive outpatient program is designed to help people gain the skills and self-awareness necessary to regain control of their lives. . . . Our programming provides patients with a short-term, cost-effective, and intensive treatment option while allowing them to continue meeting their responsibilities (as much as possible) in their communities. . . . ."