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WHAT WE OFFER

Individual Therapy, Group Counseling, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Substance Abuse Treatment, EAP Services, DUI/DWI Assessments, Substance Abuse Assessments, Alcohol Assessments, Supportive Outpatient Program (SOP)
Intensive Outpatient Treatment

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

Our intensive outpatient treatment has a 24-session approach
including ten hours a week for eight weeks. All sessions will be lead by a licensed professional.

Family Support

Family Support

Outpatient Houston strongly believes that addiction not only affects the individual, but their family and friends as well. For this reason we have committed two of the ten hours per week for family treatment.

Alumni and Aftercare

Alumni and Aftercare

At Outpatient Houston we look at alumni and aftercare as one in the same. Part of recovery is building a foundation within a sober community. We believe in creating a community with our weekly aftercare sessions for the lifetime of our clients.

ABOUT US

ABOUT US

OUR MISSION: Outpatient Houston offers intensive outpatient drug and alcohol treatment focused on individualized addiction needs. At Outpatient Houston we strive to assess and treat our clients based on their specific challenges with addiction.

Our Team

Scott F. Basinger, PhD
Scott F. Basinger, PhD
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Mike Hubacek - Owner
Mike Hubacek - Owner
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David Swartz, LCDC
David Swartz, LCDC
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TESTIMONIALS

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  • EASY DOES IT

    Thought for the Day Another of the mottoes of A.A. is “Easy Does It.” This means that we just go along in A.A. doing the best we can and not getting steamed up over problems that arise in A.A. or outside of it. We alcoholics are emotional people and we have gone to excess in […]

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    LIVE AND LET LIVE

    Thought for the Day Another of the mottoes of A.A. is “Live and Let Live.” This, of course, means tolerance of people who think differently than we do, whether they are in A.A. or outside of A.A. We cannot afford the luxury of being intolerant or critical of other people. We do not try to […]

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  • TELL THE A.A. STORY

    Thought for the Day “Outline the program of action to new prospects, explaining how you made a self appraisal, how you straightened out your past, and why you are now endeavoring to help them. It is important for them to realize that your attempt to pass this on to them plays a vital part in […]

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    SPIRITUAL PRINCIPLES

    Thought for the Day “Be careful not to brand new prospects as alcoholics. Let them draw their own conclusion. But talk to them about the hopelessness of alcoholism. Tell them exactly what happened to you and how you recovered. Stress the spiritual feature freely. If they are agnostics or atheists, make it emphatic that they […]

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  • NEW PROSPECTS

    Thought for the Day “Call on new prospects while they are still jittery. They may be more receptive when depressed. See them alone if possible. Tell them enough about your drinking habits and experiences to encourage them to speak of themselves. If they wish to talk, let them do so. If they are not communicative, […]

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    CARRY THE MESSAGE

    Thought for the Day “Practical experience shows that nothing will so much insure immunity from drinking as extensive work with other alcoholics. Carry the message to other alcoholics. You can help when no one else can. You can secure their confidence when others fail. Life will take on a new meaning for you. To watch […]

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  • THY WILL BE DONE IN ME

    Thought for the Day “We cannot get along without prayer and meditation. On awakening, let us think about the twenty-four hours ahead. We consider our plans for the day. Before we begin, we ask God to direct our thinking. Our thought-life will be placed on a much higher plane when we start the day with […]

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    HAVE I LET GOD INTO MY LIFE?

    Thought for the Day “There was nothing left for us but to pick up the simple kit of spiritual tools laid at our feet by Alcoholics Anonymous. By doing so, we have a spiritual experience which revolutionizes our whole attitude toward life, toward others, and toward God’s universe. The central fact of our lives today […]

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  • THE FIRST DRINK

    Thought for the Day “While alcoholics keep strictly away from drink, they react to life much like other people. But the first drink sets the terrible cycle in motion. Alcoholics usually have no idea why they take the first drink. Some drinkers have excuses with which they are satisfied, but in their hearts they really […]

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    A COMMON SOLUTION

    Thought for the Day “The tremendous fact for every one of us is that we have discovered a common solution. We who have found this solution to our alcoholic problem, who are properly armed with the facts about ourselves, can generally win the entire confidence of another alcoholic. We who are making the approach to […]

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