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Specialized Recovery Programs

There are many different kinds of recovery programs, some having a specialized focus or targeted to a specific population.

 

Active Recovery Coaching

We provide mentoring and guidance to those seeking a healthy lifestyle in recovery. We combine physical activity, recovery accountability and goal setting in each session. Our services help clients to reconnect mind with body and sustain long term recovery. Specifically tailored packaging and programs available.

  • Recovery Coaching
  • Personal Training
  • Wellness Planning

Charles McGarty
631-599-9953
www.activerecoverycoaching.com


MusiCares

Austin, TX
615-327-0050

Musicians can apply for grants and if eligible, may be awarded funding for addiction treatment and recovery services including detox, inpatient/outpatient treatment, sober living, and psychiatric services

Recovery Support Group for Sober Musicians
Mondays: 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
The Recording Academy
3601 South Congress Ave. G-500,
Austin, TX 78704


SHAW Center for Healing

2525 Wallingwood Drive Bldg 1 Ste 213
Austin, TX 78746
Call/Text 512-827-7272
www.ShawHealing.com
info@shawhealing.com
Recovery from Sex Addiction, Drug/Alcohol Addiction, Trauma, & Multiple Addictions

Holistic Outpatient Services for Ages 15+
Expert Assessment & Testing
Psychotherapy Services (individual, couples, group, family)
Sexual Health & Wellness Programs (Sex-Positive Approach)
Trauma Healing & Resolution
Somatic Experiencing, Breathwork, & Yoga-Informed Trauma Therapy
LGBTQI-Affirmative Therapy
Dual-Diagnosis Support
Functional Wellness & Nutrition
Out-of-Network & Sliding Scale


Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses

P. O. Box 9877
Austin, TX 78766
Contact: Debbie Dysart X 108
512-467-7027
Toll Free: 1-800-288-5528
www.tpapn.org

The Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses (TPAPN) offers nurses (RNs and LVNs) life renewing opportunities for recovery from substance use disorders and certain psychiatric disorders and integrates nurses back into the profession thus protecting the public and promoting professional accountability.


University of Texas at Austin- UT Center for Students in Recovery

http://www.utexas.edu/student/studentaffairs/recovery/

General information:
CSRUTAustin@austin.utexas.edu

Contact:
Sierra Castedo, Acting Director
(512) 475-8352
scastedo@austin.utexas.edu

Greg Liotta, Program Coordinator
(512) 475-6778
gliotta@austin.utexas.edu

The mission of The Center for Students in Recovery is to provide 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.

Members of the greater recovery community who are not students are welcome to all CSR meetings and events, unless otherwise specified.

Please visit our meetings page for the most up-to-date list of our meeting schedule.

http://www.utexas.edu/student/studentaffairs/recovery/meetings.html

Special events open to the entire recovery community and allies can be found here.

http://www.utexas.edu/student/studentaffairs/recovery/events.html


University of Texas at Austin Counseling and Mental Health Center Alcohol & Drug Counseling Program

Student Services Building
100 West Dean Keeton Street
Austin, TX 78713
512-471-3515
http://healthyhorns.utexas.edu/drugsandalcohol.html

Current UT students have a range of educational, assessment, counseling and recovery support services related to the use and abuse of alcohol, marijuana, and other drugs. Services are easily accessible.

Individual Alcohol and other Drug Consultations
Alcohol Medical Emergency Call for Help (AMECH)
Wellness Classes and Workshops
Marijuana 101
AlcoholEDU
Center for Students in Recovery
ADEP Peer Educator Program