The Austin Recovery Network Programs:
University High School and Keystone APG are youth service providers that empower students, young people and emerging adults and their families with early access to recovery and recovery support. University High School is a sober high school that provides a safe, sober and academic environment for students. Academic and college-prep curriculum, teachers and programming is provided by the University of Texas Charter School. Keystone APG gives youth and emerging adults a fun and safe environment for peer support and accountability, buoyed by access to peer recovery coaches and the broader recovery community.
Family House is a residential treatment center for pregnant women and mothers with children under 6. Family House was created to provide a safe and nurturing space for these vulnerable children while women move into recovery from alcohol and drug addiction and receive parenting education. Children go to on-site daycare while their mothers participate in a full daily 12-step-based treatment schedule, all while staying close to their well cared-for babies and kids. Family House keeps families together – both in the treatment setting and as they move back into the world.
Austin Recovery Outpatient Services are individualized recovery programs for men and women seeking outpatient treatment. Intensive Outpatient Programming is offered in a Women’s group setting as well as a Co-Ed group setting and each participant also receives multiple individual therapy sessions within our certified dual-diagnosis treatment center. Family therapy sessions and parenting in recovery sessions are available upon request. Clients are connected to the larger recovery community through the Austin Recovery Alumni groups and 12-step groups.
Austin Recovery’s Alumni organization is a community of people living vibrantly in recovery, whose lives have been forever changed by treatment from the Austin Recovery Network. Through weekly in-person and online meetings, activities, private social media groups and more, the Alumni stay connected to a strong recovery network and peer support.