At The Council on Recovery…

We promise to help you or your loved one get the help you need.

Every day our experienced and compassionate admissions team guides individuals and families toward the path to recovery. Depending on your unique needs and resources, we may invite you to admit to one of our programs at The Council on Recovery or ask you to consider one of our clinical partners. Above all, our goal is to help everyone achieve and maintain sobriety.

Choosing a substance abuse treatment center can be daunting, especially because price is not always the best indicator of quality of care. Our goal at The Council on Recovery is to help you make an informed choice as to the best treatment program for you or your loved one – even if it does not end up being one of our own.
Through the support of the community and generous gifts from our donors, our drug addiction treatment centers offer the highest quality services for some of the most reasonable rates in the country. Our staff is available to help educate you about your options, decipher insurance coverage, navigate benefits, and advocate for clients and families in need of financial assistance when necessary.
Because we are a non-profit agency, we are able to offer full services at a rate lower than other treatment centers without sacrificing quality. Our experienced staff provide you with the highest standard of care at a reasonable rate – we do not profit from our patients’ needs.
Many of us have “been there” and faced the same choices you are making now. We are here to support your concerns, understand your fears, and give you the best counsel available to families anywhere.
We look forward to walking with you as you take this first, most important step. Please give us a call today, and let us take it from there.
“In just 30 days, my counselor at [The Council on] Recovery helped me find a special person I didn’t realize lived inside of me.”
“I’ve tried so many times, but [The Council on] Recovery helped me make it work. After 10 years in addiction, my kids finally call me ‘Daddy’ again.”
“When I called [The Council on] Recovery, the woman in admissions made me feel her only wish in the world was helping my son.”
“It felt like I called a million treatment centers, [The Council on] Recovery was the only one who talked to me about what was happening to our daughter…and our family.”


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Join us for a monthly lecture and Q&A series that focuses on the disease of addiction and its inevitable impact on the entire family. Hosted by our Center for Recovering Families and facilitated by the Center’s Clinical Director Lori Fiester, LCSW-S, MAC, CIP, this community series is free and open to all families, loved ones, and members of our community who seek up-to-date, accurate information about addiction and related issues.  Registration Not Required

Roles and Rules – 10/8/16

Family Legacy – 11/12/16

Codependency – 12/10/16

Enabling and
Boundary-Setting – 1/14/17

Shame Resilience – 2/11/17

Highlights & Upcoming Events

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2016 Fall Luncheon with Lynda Carter

The Council on Recovery is so excited to announce that singer, actress and supporter of numerous charitable causes, Lynda Carter will be speaking at our 2016 Fall Luncheon on Friday, October 28, 2016. Click here to purchase your sponsorships, tables, and seats!

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Yoga and Meditation at The Council (Houston)

For individuals struggling with new sobriety as well as those with long-term recovery, meditation and yoga can greatly improve their physical health, mental focus and program. For those also dealing with depression, anxiety or related issues, these practices help relieve symptoms and improve overall well-being. Visit our Yoga and Meditation page for more information on the yoga classes currently offered at The Council on Recovery in Houston.

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News & Updates

SRC – Committed to Having Fun in Sobriety

The Sober Recreation Committee is dedicated to providing and promoting fun events for the recovering community in the Greater Houston Area. We are a volunteer group of hard working men and women who believe […]

Council Named #2 Best Local Charity

We are so grateful to have been named as the #2 Best Local Charity in Houston by the Houston A-List this Summer! Thank you to those who nominated and voted for us. We are truly […]

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