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Addiction is a chronic disease and it’s about time we build a system of care that treats that way.

Addiction is a chronic illness with a relapse prevention and maintenance program that isn’t unlike those designed for diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease, but we treat it like it’s a one-time sickness. Those diagnosed with the disease of addiction will need lifetime access to care and support and Austin Recovery, University High School, and Keystone APG are re-imagining what a continuum of care needs to look like to be fully person-centered and affordable for the duration of that person’s life.

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Diagnosed Young

Young adults aged 18-26 are most frequently diagnosed and will need lifetime access to services

More Common

1-in-3 households in the US are now struggling with the disease of addiction

Rising Need

Accidental overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in the US

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More Connection

Connection to support services are necessary to manage the disease

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More Coordination

Coordination between services is critical in intervening before disease progresses

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Less Complication

Treatment options need to become less expensive and less complicated to navigate

Treatment for Adults & Pregnant Women

Austin Recovery is a high quality, low-cost, locally owned and operated nonprofit addiction treatment agency that has been serving the community since 1967.

Recovery High School for Teenagers

University High School was founded by concerned parents, researchers, community leaders and others dedicated to helping teens remain in recovery from the disease of addiction. 

For Teenagers and Young Adults

Keystone APG is a program that utilizes the 12 step model, peer-led support groups, after-school activities, and weekend events to help adolescents begin their recovery from addiction.

Treatment for Adolescents

Our compassionate experts help teens struggling with drug use get back on track socially, emotionally, and academically.

UT Center for Students in Recovery

The Center for Students in Recovery provides a supportive community where students in recovery and in hope of recovery can achieve academic success while enjoying a genuine college experience free from alcohol and other drugs.

Communities for Recovery

Peer recovery program, support groups and meetings, educational workshops, health and wellness classes, a career closet, a computer lab, and connections to other community resources such as housing and employment.

CARMAhealth

CARMAhealth’s providers adopt a positive, collaborative approach and integrate primary medicine, behavioral health and care management to promote lasting recovery, encourage self-care and improve treatment outcomes.

Austin Recovery was founded in 1967 by Jim and Hazel Lavender.

Originally named Austin Rehabilitation Center or ARC, the Lavenders provided counseling, housing, and vocational training on their farm in Buda, Texas to individuals discharged and banned from the Austin State Hospital for being “chronic inebriates.” Over the next 51 years, Austin Recovery would address the needs of a changing population, culture, and marketplace to provide compassionate addiction treatment to those in the community who would have otherwise not been able to access it.

The organization continues to honor the spirit of Jim and Hazel by offering services that are accessible to all individuals and families in need, regardless of ability to pay.

Detox & Residential Programs at Hicks Family Ranch

Located just outside Austin, Texas on over 90 sprawling acres, Austin Recovery Hicks Family ranch has been a place of safety and acceptance for people suffering addiction since 1971.

Family House at Hicks Family Ranch

Family House is a 90 day program for pregnant women in their third trimester and women who wish to bring one child under the age of five into treatment.

Outpatient Programs at Edith Royal Campus

Outpatient programs at Austin Recovery are offered at three locations across Austin, with options for women-only, co-ed, evening, and weekend classes.

Alumni Association at Austin Recovery

The Austin Recovery Alumni Association is a fellowship of graduates of Austin Recovery who want to share their experience, strength and hope with one another.

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