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Where do you go for help when a loved one is out of control?

Peace of mind.

Get the help you need. Learn more about our programs.

Help for the family.

Mental health and substance abuse issues affect every person in the family. That is one reason we take treatment seriously. We believe that family involvement is not only critical but a necessary part of the treatment process. Due to our commitment to the family, we offer family sessions with a licensed therapist and ongoing support groups open to families.

Affordable treatment.

Our facility is considered the "preferred choice" for many managed care companies. We regularly work with families to set up payment plans to ensure that their loved ones get the help they need. For more information contact our admissions office at 281.586.7600.

Get your family back.

We know that's the most important thing. And we can help. Our Structured Program Tracks is a very successful treatment model with one primary goal - to help the alcoholic or addict learn to live a healthy lifestyle without drugs and alcohol. It's that simple. Start today by contacting our admission office.


Browse through the list of frequently asked questions about our programs. If you'd like more information about our programs, please fill out our contact form or call 281-586-7600.

Help is Just a Phone Call Away

We cannot offer diagnosis, counseling or recommendations online, but an Assessment and Referral Specialist is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at (281) 586-7600. If you are currently experiencing an emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.


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17750 Cali Drive, Houston, Texas 77090
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