Recovery Unplugged

Austin
Drug & Alcohol Rehab

4.8 (192 Reviews)

Outstanding food. Great music. Friendly people. The same things we love about Austin, we love about Recovery Unplugged. With its highly trained staff and evidence based programs, this popular facility is more than just a recovery center. It’s a recovery community promoting behavioral health for the people of Austin and beyond.

Recovery Unplugged

Austin
Services

Learn more about the full suite of services we offer to help you along your recovery journey. Talk to a counselor at Recovery Unplugged, Austin.

  • Medical Detox

    Medical Detoxification

    We provide expert medical care from acute withdrawal symptoms. Our compassionate, highly trained, doctors and nurses are here to help.

  • Behavioral Rehab

    Behavioral Rehabilitation

    Dynamic music-assisted rehab programs let you to address the root causes and triggers of
your substance use while developing coping mechanisms to avoid relapse in long-term recovery.

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    Outpatient & Intensive
Outpatient Care

    Our customized, treatment
programs allow you to get the care you need for alcohol and drug addiction (programs 6-12 weeks).

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    Partial Hospitalization
Programs

    A variety of treatment services like behavioral rehab and counseling with a certified or Board-Eligible psychiatrist (programs from 2-6 weeks).

  • Medication

    Medication Assisted
Treatment

    Our trusted and reputable medical staff provides FDA-approved medications to help assist therapy and reduce the effects of
withdrawal and cravings.

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    Music Assisted Treatment

    We use music as a catalyst to help our clients build trust, process trauma and more readily embrace treatment. It’s a part everything we do.

Recovery Unplugged

Austin
Amenities

No matter how long you’re here, or what level of care you need, Recovery Unplugged Austin is committed to providing a safe, supportive, comfortable and dignified care experience. Facility amenities will vary based on levels of care.

  • Beautiful, comfortable, living spaces
  • Chef-prepared meals
  • World-class doctors and nurses
  • Fully equipped music spaces
  • Freshly prepared meals and snacks
  • Musical performances
  • Gym and recreational facilities
  • Volleyball courts

ALSO AVAILABLE ONLINE

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MUSIC MAKES
THE DIFFERENCE

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Recovery Unplugged
Austin Drug & Alcohol Rehab


5419 S Congress Ave
Austin, TX 78745
(512)-562-0608

Recovery Unplugged
Austin Detox


7211 Albert Rd
Austin, TX 78745
(512)-562-0608

Recovery Unplugged
Austin Drug & Alcohol Rehab

14109 FM 969
Austin, TX 78724
(512)-562-0667

Austin
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
RESOURCE GUIDE

How to choose the best alcohol and drug rehab center in Austin

There is no one size fits all program for recovery treatment. An addiction treatment center should include a variety of experiential and diverse therapy options to meet unique needs. While this is a personal choice there are a number of amenities and treatment options to look for that will enhance your recovery experience.

How to pay for the addiction treatment you need

Whether you have insurance from your employer or a private healthcare plan, it’s common for addiction treatment programs to have pre-negotiated terms with major health insurance companies as an in-network provider. There may also be private payment plans and grants from SAMHSA, the VA, Medicare, Medicaid, or other charitable organizations available.

Start your journey to recovery in
Austin today

Serving VA cities across the state,
including Norfolk, Emporia, Virginia Beach, Alexandria, Winchester, Richmond, Chesapeake, Mount Regis, Arlington, Lynchburg, and Virginia City, our Northern VA area addiction treatment facility offers a casual and sober environment. Here, you can focus on your health, wellness, and recovery with no distractions. Take the first step, reach out for help today!

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Help for addiction in Austin

Battling an alcohol or substance abuse disorder can be isolating and scary. The help you need is only a phone call away.

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FAQS: Austin

SOBER THINGS
TO DO IN AUSTIN

Barton Springs Pool

237%

In 2022, drug overdoses spiked in Austin and Travis County, leading officials to declare a public health crisis. Fentanyl-related deaths are of particular concern, since the fentanyl overdoses rose 237% from 2020 to 2021.

60%

At least 60% of all crime committed in Texas is related to substance abuse and drug trafficking.

Emergency Services for Addiction in Austin

St. David’s South Austin Medical Center

 901 W Ben White Blvd., Austin, TX, 78704

 (512) 447-2211

 Open 24 hours

Dell Seton Medical Center

 1500 Red River St., Austin, TX, 78701

 (612) 324-7000

 Open 24 hours

Ascension Seton Medical Center Austin

 1201 W 38th St., Austin, TX, 78705

 (512) 324-1000

 Open 24 hours

Austin Police Department

 404 Ralph Ablanedo Dr., Austin, TX, 78748

 (512) 974-8243

 Open 24 hours

Austin Fire Department

 4201 Ed Bluestein Blvd., Austin, TX, 78721

 (512) 974-0292

 Open 24 hours

Community Resources for Mental Health & Addiction in Austin

Dual Diagnosis
Anonymous
Find DDA meetings
near me here.

Alcoholics Anonymous
Find an AA meeting
near me here.

Narcotics
Anonymous
Find an NA meeting
near me here.

Narcan Classes
and Overdose Prevention
Training
Find Narcan training
near me here.

SMART
Recovery
For a SMART Recovery meeting near me, see here for in-person and online options.

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towards recovery

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Sources

[1] Co-occurring disorders and other health conditions. SAMHSA. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.samhsa.gov/medications-substance-use-disorders/medications-counseling-related-conditions/co-occurring-disorders on 2023, August 29.