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Austin Recovery provides alcohol and drug treatment to more than 2,400 clients each year on our four campuses. We provide separate men and women’s residential rehab programs, intensive outpatient and relapse prevention through Aftercare. We also provide opportunities in our Family House program for moms to bring a child under the age of six with them to treatment.  For photos of our facilities, visit our Virtual Tour page.

Austin Recovery's mailing address (for all facilities) is:

P.O. Box 28610
Austin, TX 78755 

Austin Recovery’s Edith Royal Campus

photo of Edith Royal Campus for drug and alcohol rehabLocated in Northeast Austin, this 55,800-square-foot facility is the beginning of the journey for many of our clients. Our Edith Royal Campus houses our Admissions Office. This 8-acre wooded site includes a swimming pool, volleyball court, an outdoor amphitheater, organic garden, fitness equipment, and walking trail. If you are checking into Austin Recovery or bringing someone you love to Austin Recovery, please call Admissions and make an appointment at 512-697-8600 or 800-373-2081. Get directions to 8402 Cross Park Drive, Austin, TX 78754, for drug and alcohol treatment.

  


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Austin Recovery’s Hicks Family Ranch

photo of Hick's Family Ranch for alcohol and drug rehabThis 40-acre property just outside Austin is home to our Men's and Women's Voyage (30 days), our private-pay Men's and Women's Awakening (30 days) and our Men's and Women's Journey (90 days). and our Family House (90+ days) residential programs. Nearly 28,500-square-feet of space provides plenty of room for individual and group counseling, education about addiction processes, 12-Step programs, life skills classes, and Musical Journey experiences. Clients staying for long-term treatment (more than 30 days) focus on relapse prevention and creating a new life in recovery.  Austin Recovery's Hicks Family Ranch facility features include a volleyball court, basketball court, disc golf, walking trail, sweat lodge, labyrinth, and fitness equipment for our clients to use during recreational time and experiential therapies. Our Hicks Family Ranch drug and alcohol residential rehab is located at 13207 Wright Road, Buda, TX 78610. 


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Austin Recovery Center for Recovering Families

The Edith Royal Center for Recovering Families, a division of Austin Recovery, is committed to helping individuals and their families as they begin a comprehensive, lasting process of change. We provide ongoing programs in family system based counseling, especially in relation to issues of dependency, co-dependency, compulsive behaviors and addiction through outpatient drug and alcohol addiction treatment for the addicted individual and their family. The primary goal of the Center is to offer the Austin community a financially accessible resource that provides individuals and families with hope and direction toward recovery from dysfunctional styles of living due to addictions, compulsive behaviors and codependency. Our Center for Recovering Families outpatient drug and alcohol treatment programs are located at 3420 Executive Center Drive, Suite G100, Austin, Texas 78731.  Austin Recovery's administrative offices are also located here.


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Austin Recovery Outpatient and Aftercare

Clients successfully completing treatment at Austin Recovery can continue with a weekly schedule of counseling and relapse prevention classes through our Aftercare program. Although our main office for Aftercare is on South Congress, sessions are also held at the Edith Royal Campus. For some clients, Intensive Outpatient services are appropriate. Our Outpatient addiction treatment staff provides counseling and education in three-hour sessions, four times each week. Our Aftercare and Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment programs are located at 4201 S. Congress Avenue, Suite 202, Austin, TX 78745.


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