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Mission Statement

To provide effective and compassionate drug and alcohol treatment to all those seeking recovery.


The Council on Recovery was formed from the merger of two of the most respected drug rehab centers in Texas and offers its patients 115 years of combined successful substance abuse treatment. As a leading Austin rehab facility dedicated to addiction recovery, The Council on Recovery provides inpatient drug rehab as well as outpatient rehab services to its patients.

If you or a loved one in the Austin area is struggling with a drug addiction, The Council on Recovery offers effective drug rehab programs with a wide range of related services including intervention, therapy and aftercare. In addition to drug rehab, The Council on Recovery also offers professional alcohol rehab in Austin, Texas and is one of the most well-known and trusted alcohol rehab centers in Texas with a staff of experienced, caring alcohol counselors offering professional help for alcoholics.

The Council on Recovery was founded to provide support for addicts and their families. Fighting an addiction is always a challenge, but no one has to fight it alone. The Council on Recovery Texas rehabilitation center opens its arms to men, women, adolescents and families with specialized services and programs that have led hundreds of addicts to recovery. The Council on Recovery also offers affordable rates and accepts most insurance.

Get the help you need today by calling the Council on Recovery at (512) 697-8500 or by visiting http://www.councilonrecovery.org/ to learn more.



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Would you recommend The Council on Recovery?

by Sylvia B. from Texas, TX (February 23, 2015)
It's easier to have apps at your fingertips
by robet murray s. (May 5, 2012)
because I just left treatment and have done all the things suggested to do I am sober still and working the 12 step progam as I was instructed to do and have joy peace and a very large amount of gratitude for the canges that have taken place in my life my family relations and the way I deal with things that at one time were overwhelming to me. I thank all of you at A.R. and feel I need to give back and assist others who are trying to make the changes to free them selves of addiction. Again thank all of you so much love ya all