888-CENIKOR (236-4567)Support Centers

ADA | Alpha Omega House | Bay Area Turning Point | Bay Area Recovery Center | Cenikor | Covenant House of Texas | 
Harbor Light | 505 Fannin | Houston Recovery Campus | Landing Point | Men's Center | Montrose Counseling | 
New Directions | North Side 24-Hour House | Odyssey House of Texas | Recovery Center | Right Step | 
Riverside General Hospital | Roger's Street Recovery Center |



ADA
201 First Street
Galveston, Texas 77550
409.763.5516
www.adawomenscenter.org

Highlights: Licensed residential substance abuse treatment is offered in a 14 bed facility. We offer both intensive and supportive services 
in a non-medical setting. 


Alpha Omega House
Rt. 1 Box 1108
Dickinson, TX 77537
281.339.3348

Highlights: Offers a drug and alcohol halfway house to females ages 20 and above.


Bay Area Turning Point
P.O. Box 57543
Webster, TX 77598
281.286.2525
www.bayareaturningpoint.org

Highlights: Offers a shelter for females


Bay Area Recovery
4316 Washington
Dickinson, TX 77539
713.705.3457
www.bayarearecovery.com

Highlights: Offers drug and alcohol detox and treatment for males and females 18 and older.


Cenikor
4525 Glenwood Avenue
Deer Park, TX 77536
888-CENIKOR (236-4567)
www.cenikor.org/ 

Highlights: Cenikor-Houston is a long-term (18-24 month) drug and alcohol recovery and treatment center for males and females ages 18 and above.


Covenant House of Texas
1111 Lovett
Houston, TX 77006
281.523.2231
www.covenanthousetx.org

Highlights: Offers a shelter for male and female runaways ages adolescent to 20 years old. Counselors are available.


Harbor Light
2407 North Main Street
Houston, TX 77009
713.224.2875

Highlights: Offers a drug and alcohol shelter and treatment center for males ages 19 and above. The stay is no longer than 7 months.


505 Fannin, Suite 680
Houston, TX 77054
713.790.0745

Highlights: Offers an outpatient treatment center for males and females of all ages. Insurance accepted.


Houston Recovery Campus
4514 Lyons Avenue
Houston, TX 77020
713.678.2000
www.texashousing.org

Highlights: Offers a drug and alcohol detox for low to moderate income males and females ages 13 and up.


Landing Point
1221 West 20th
Houston, TX 77008
281.880.9521

Highlights: Offers a drug and alcohol halfway house to males of any age.


Men's Center
3809 Main
Houston, TX 77002
281.524.3682

Highlights: Offers an alcohol halfway house to males of working age.


Montrose Counseling
701 Richmond Avenue
Houston, TX 77006
713.529.0037
www.montrosecounselingcenter.org

Highlights: Offers a drug and alcohol outpatient treatment center for males and females ages 18 and above. Insurance is accepted.


New Directions
513 Thornton
Houston, TX 77018
713.691.0314

Highlights: Offers a drug and alcohol treatment center to males and females ages 18 and above.


North Side 24-Hour House
87 Lyerly
Houston, TX 77022
281.691.8310

Highlights: Offers an alcohol halfway house and detox to males of any age.


Odyssey House of Texas
5629 Grapevine
Houston, TX 77085
888-CENIKOR (236-4567)
www.odysseyhousetexas.com

Highlights: Offers a 60-day drug and alcohol treatment program to males and females ages 13 to 17.


Recovery Center
1420 Missouri
Houston, TX 77006
713.529.2535

Highlights: Offers a drug and alcohol halfway house to females ages 18 and above. Charge is based upon a sliding scale and there is a 90 day stay.


Right Step
5233 A Fairmont
Pasadena, TX 77502
281.998.2611
www.rightstep.com

Highlights: Offers a drug and alcohol detox and treatment center to males and females ages 13 and above. Insurance is accepted.


Riverside General Hospital
3204 Ennis Street
Houston, TX 77004 
713.523.6413

Highlights: Offers a drug and alcohol detox and inpatient treatment to males and females ages 18 and above. Medicare and other insurance are accepted.


Roger's Street Recovery Center
308 East Rogers 
Houston, TX 77022 
713.692.8190 

Highlights: Offers a drug and alcohol halfway house to females ages 18 and above. Insurance is accepted and there is a 90 day stay.
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