Quality Care Right at Your Fingertips
The Council on Recovery has introduced telehealth services to address the community's needs during COVID-19. For individuals who already struggle with substance use and mental health conditions, the environment caused by the global pandemic magnifies those issues dramatically. Efforts to quarantine and practice social distancing further compound the matter, making it more difficult for individuals to access the supportive resources they need. Addiction is a disease of isolation, so forced social isolation, while necessary, can act as a major barrier to people in recovery.
In response, The Council on Recovery is offering telehealth services for those who need help addressing substance abuse and co-occurring mental health conditions. And, as always, The Council is still the place to start when you need help but don't know where to turn.
In the midst of this global pandemic, fear, anxiety, and isolation may make substance use and other mental health conditions even worse. Our telehealth services are open to anyone who may be struggling. If you are concerned about yourself or a loved one, or are simply feeling overwhelmed and stressed by everything that is happening in the world, The Council on Recovery is the place to start.
Find MentalHelp to support you during this difficult time on topics such as:
- Substance Abuse
- Addiction & Recovery
- Adolescents & High Risk Behaviors
- Self-care & Coping
Call our talented and compassionate team of experts today at 713-914-0556.
For treatment and recovery for adults, adolescents, and families, The Center for Recovering Families is offering their programs through telehealth services including:
- Individual therapy
- Family therapy
- Group therapy
- Healing Choices - CRF's Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program
- Mindful Choices - An 8 week education course for adolescents and parents related to high-risk behaviors
- Parent Coaching with a licensed therapist
Virtual Supportive Services for First Responders & Healthcare Professionals
To show our appreciation for the hard-work and dedication of those who serve, The Council on Recovery is now offering up to three sessions with a licensed clinician to first responders and frontline healthcare workers at NO COST. This includes:
- Police Officers
- Fire Fighters
- And other medical personnel
Topics discussed can include stress, fear, anxiety, trauma, burnout, and substance abuse. You do not have to be a client of The Council to participate.
Please note, this is not a crisis hotline. If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911. For mental health emergencies or if you are having thoughts of suicide, please contact The Harris Center Crisis Line at 713-970-7000.
To participate, a device with a camera, microphone and internet connection is required. Schedule below.