The Council on Recovery offers three types of residential treatment programs focused specifically on addressing both men’s and women’s needs through our Transformational Treatment Model, designed to bring about the emotional and spiritual changes needed for a full and rewarding recovery:
Short-Term Residential Treatment (30 Days)
Located on our 100-acre Hicks Family Ranch in South Austin, the short-term residential treatment program offers an individualized treatment plan for each client that includes individual and group therapy sessions, lectures, experiential therapies, yoga, drumming and fitness equipment. A full daily schedule of clinical activities keeps our clients engaged in their recovery while providing the highest quality of services that match and exceed programs of greater cost.
Long-Term Residential Treatment (90+ Days)
Our long-term residential treatment program, also located on the 100 acres of our Hicks Family Ranch in South Austin, is offered to all clients needing or wishing to stay longer to practice new skills and behaviors in recovery. In addition to individual and group therapy, lectures, and 12 Step work, clients who enroll in our long-term program further develop life management skills, look for jobs, and re-enter society free of the chaos of drugs and alcohol. Clients are able to delve deeper into therapeutic concerns such as trauma recovery and family dynamics. In addition, Family Experience is included for long-term residential clients.
For more than 25 years in Austin, The Council on Recovery’s Family House has pioneered this highly specialized form of treatment providing quality residential chemical dependency treatment services to a mother accompanied by a child under the age of 6 years old. The Council’s Family House is one of only a handful of treatment programs in Texas that offers women the opportunity to bring a child with them into treatment so that they may focus fully on their recovery from an alcohol or drug addiction, without worrying about their family.
Click here to take a virtual tour of our residential treatment facility, the Hicks Family Ranch.