Recovery Programs

We believe in your ability to heal.

Do you or a loved one need a safe and distraction-free environment for 30 days or more to start your recovery journey?

If so, residential programs may be appropriate. >>

Are you a woman in your third trimester of pregnancy or have a child under the age of six that you would like to bring with you?

Family House may be a good place to start. >>

Have you recently discharged from a residential program or looking for a program that allows you to continue working or going to school?

Outpatient or aftercare could be right for you. >>

Austin Recovery is a not-for-profit organization that has provided effective and compassionate treatment since 1967. 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 50 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 continue to provide substance use disorder treatment to all those who seek it, regardless of financial status.

We offer a number of programs including 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 a child under the age of six with them into treatment.