About Treatment Center
Located in Austin, Texas, Austin Drug and Alcohol Abuse Program offers treatment for Addiction, Alcohol Abuse and Drug Abuse. Our dedicated team of addiction specialists have one main goal in mind – to help addicts beat the cycle of addiction once and for all. Beginning with an intake assessment, our addiction specialists are able to determine the best course of action when creating the patients’ customized treatment plan. We believe that anyone can recover, no matter how severe their addiction is.With the right treatment plan in place, our patients can achieve anything that they set their mind to. We truly care about the success of our patients, both in recovery and in every aspect of their lives. We accept Medicaid, Medicare and Most Insurances as well as many other insurances. We aim to show addicts how to live the life that they deserve without being constrained by addiction. Despite where an addict is in their addiction, it’s not too late to change. We understand that change can seem like a very scary thing, especially for a newly recovering addict. The changes that they will make here at Austin Drug and Alcohol Abuse Program may just be the very changes that will save their lives.
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
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- Most Insurances
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ADAAP has a wonderful staff dedicated to helping people who suffer from Substance Use Disorder and their families. Joyce and Phyllis, along with the rest of the ADAAP team, have been instrumental in helping SO MANY people get their lives back together, and I am very grateful for their services. I love this place!
Michael Alvarez, 11 days ago
This facility, group of counselors and speakers take their time to show that they really care and give a bunch of useful tools during your recovery process. I look forward to going to the classes to join the group and speakers for the day. It's an open forum and people are encouraged to share their stories and bring up things that the group can help with.
Alex Burton, 22 days ago
I've been to more recovery programs than I care to mention. Most were cookie cutter formats. Adaap keeps it real and provides you with the information, tools, and support you need to get and stay clean, without softening or sugar coating the facts.
Daniel Ridge, 27 days ago
I attended IOP here last year and am just finishing AfterCare. This place is great. Everyone there is awesome friendly caring and supportive - both staff and students/attendees, especially staff member Joyce. I love her. This place made a difficult time in my life easier to handle and cope with. Thanks ADAAP.
Edward Cox, 1 month ago
Joyce is a saint. This is the best place in Austin to get help for substance abuse issues. Everyone here will help you and show you how to help yourself. Adaap has changed a lot of people's lives for the better.
Gordon Williams, 1 month ago
Great place to go where you realize that you are not alone. People who can relate and offer much needed support should you want it. people of all ages. Everyone has a story. The good, the bad, the ugly, THE RECOVERY! Smile ADAAP is there for you.
Lolo Clay, 1 month ago
I personally had an amazing experience here and definitely recommend ADAAP to anyone seeking help.
Johnny Bryan, 1 month ago
This place is a place of healing. A good to place to start your recovery. The respect you get and the testimonials of others serve as an encouragement to step by step move forward.
Eddie Torres, 1 month ago
ADAAP offers a wonderful resource: Her name is Joyce and she is a counselor at ADAAP. She has love and support for everyone and truly cares for each individual from her heart.
Patrick Carpentier, 1 month ago
It may come off as just some other small office location you've got to go to because some judge, probation officer or whoever told you too but it's quite the opposite! This place isn't like the others. The employees/counselors don't ever make you feel like criminals/substance abuse users that cops or others may make you feel. But they don't act like a bunch of fakes either. For those of us who have attended are so diverse and straight up! But don't get pushed to speak more than we want to. There's no upright, too good to be there attitudes being forced to sit in a circle and sing. Believe me, I would've found somewhere else to go! And on top of that, most of the staff have been in your shoes and they can usually even get the most closed up of ppl to even listen (if anything). At least walk in just once and you'll know what I mean.
Where did compassion go?, 2 months ago
Amazing staff and all the clients are so welcoming by far hands down first class all the way
Chris synatzske, 1 year ago
I participated in the IOP program then subsequently (currently) participate in the Aftercare program. The Counselors and Speaker (myself in one instance so far) have been outstanding !
Alan Mechtenberg, 1 year ago
The great group of people here are able to let egos go ... the door. From there acceptance and learning Are abilities that come easily all facilitated by a staff that cares , and cares enough to call you out on any excuse you might be running. i just live the energy of ADAAP
Sexy blonde, 1 year ago
Without a doubt, hands down, ADAAP is the finest IOP rehab in all of Austin! Their staff is first class and totally devoted to recovery! Their curriculum is totally enlightening and gives the clients essential tools to deal with recovery and relapse prevention! Their format is totally user friendly, not only educational, but informational, and hands on, allowing each client to express authentically what is currently going on with them so they can be healed! I thoroughly recommend this awesome place! Rev. Dr. Rainbow Johnson
Rainbow Johnaon, 2 years ago
Ten years ago this month I reached out to ADAAP for help with my problem with Alcohol. I didn't really know where else to turn to, and I truly didn't believe anyone could help me. ADAAP was an amazing experience helping me get on the road of recovering. They really cared about me, and they encouraged me even though I didn't really know what I needed to do to stop drinking. It felt overwhelming. My counselor, took a very personal approach. I didn't just feel like I was just another someone in the group, she helped me succeed, and challenged me and showed me how to get sober. ADAAP was instrumental in the first steps to realizing I had a problem and understanding my disease . This month I celebrate 10 yrs. in recovery, One day at a time. I couldn't have done it without the support, guidance and first steps I got from the staff at ADAAP! I would happily recommend this program.
Amy Morehart, 3 years ago