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Pathway to Recovery’s Angleton Texas Alcohol and Drug Rehab Treatment Center provides a supportive environment that will assist you as you learn a new way to live, free from bonds of drug and alcohol addiction. The Angleton Texas alcohol and drug rehabilitation treatment center is a private and exclusive 25 bed alcohol and drug recovery center located on the Texas Gulf Coast near Houston TX. We are nationally recognized for our innovative and unique approach to treating the disease of addiction. The large landscaped and tree covered campus provides a serene, at home feeling for its distinctive treatment programs. Our facilities have a small patient population, insuring additional contact by staff and bonding by the patients. Our therapeutic approach is designed to facilitate the healing process.

Our unique approach to alcohol and drug rehab stems from our attention to practical activity. Our realistic program consists of daily indoor and outdoor activities. Rehabilitation from alcohol and drug addiction is an internal change. The balanced program is designed to help to invoke this internal change. It provides an element of fun to the drug rehab process and teaches essential coping skills.

The Pathway to Recovery Angleton Texas treatment facility offers intensive residential (RTC), partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient (IOP), and standard outpatient (SOP), as well as unlimited aftercare. Our men’s program provides long-term recovery for adult men who are dependent on alcohol, illegal drugs, or prescription medication including benzodiazepines such as Xanax®, Valium®, and Klonopin®. Pathway to Recovery also provides Suboxone® and Subutex® treatment for opiates, such as heroin and opiate based prescription pain medications including brand names such as Vicodin®, Lorcet®, OxyContin®, Percodan®, Ultram®, and Norco® in addition to generic hydrocodone, hydromorphone, and oxycodone. This is a proven new, effective, and safe treatment option to combat the disease of addiction. Suboxone® (buprenorphine / naloxone) was recently approved and is now available for treatment in opiate drug dependence in adults. Suboxone®, a tablet that dissolves under the tongue, suppresses the symptoms of opiate withdrawal and reduces the cravings for opiate drugs. We also accept dual diagnosed patients.

Treatment is designed by our Clinical Staff including a Medical Director, Social Workers, and Chemical Dependency Counselors, based on an assessment of individual needs. Our focus is on the client, family, and a successful recovery experience.

Individuals affected by drug addiction and alcoholism know that their life is out of control, and that addiction has rendered them unable to maintain control over mood-altering substances. They have become victims of a compulsive disorder and an uncontrollable dependency on chemicals which inevitably destroys their lives. At Pathway to Recovery, we know that addiction affects the entire family. For the family and the addicted family member, life begins to deteriorate as social relationships weaken, children are neglected or abused, jobs are in jeopardy or are lost, finances are in disarray, and in some cases, hospitalization or legal problems occur. Addiction becomes a reality when the use of alcohol or other drugs interferes with the person's health, family, job, or social life—when one or more aspects of life become unmanageable as a result of chemical dependency. However, effective drug rehabilitation and alcohol treatment is available for both the addict and their family.

Pathway to Recovery is licensed by the Texas Department of State Health Services to provide all levels of drug and alcohol rehab treatment.

Addiction Treatment Philosophy

Our philosophy is that each individual is unique and of worth and should be treated with dignity and respect. Our fundamental goal is to restore the individual to a healthier, happier and more productive life, free from dependency on alcohol or other drugs.

Family Program

We offer an intensive education program for family members of patients. The family program is designed to help family members learn about the disease of chemical dependency so they may be better equipped to offer positive support for their loved one.

12 Step Involvement

Our program offers 12-step orientation and all patients are educated about the programs of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). NA and AA meetings are held seven days each week.

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