Yes. Texas Star Recovery works with most insurance providers as well as Medicare and TRICARE®. Our admissions specialist will work with your health insurance company and go over details regarding insurance coverage.
Those who choose to pay out-of-pocket may do so. Please call for more information.
Our address is 1106 West Dittmar Road in Austin, Texas.
Upon admission, you are asked to stay on the property unless granted permission by an appropriate staff member or discharged. However, Texas Star Recovery is a voluntary program and cannot prevent a person from leaving upon their will.
The typical length of stay is two to three weeks but it depends on the individual’s situation. Each case is different and constitutes a different length of stay.
Suboxone is used to control opiate withdrawal symptoms and is used on a case-by-case basis. If used correctly, it serves as a “soft landing” for opiate withdrawal symptoms.
Both terms refer to when a person has both an alcohol or drug problem and an emotional or psychiatric disorder at the same time. Texas Star Recovery specializes in the treatment of individuals this disorder.
You will see a physician every day to discuss concerns specific to your situation.
Please visit our admissions page for full details.
Yes. You may smoke in designated areas. Please bring enough tobacco supplies to last the duration of your stay.
Based upon our internal data, 80% of alumni contacted three months after discharge reported they were still sober.