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Individuals who have never been in a group are often surprised to discover that they truly enjoy the experience and make significant strides they would not have otherwise made in individual therapy. Groups also allow for exponential multiplication of time and energy. Just one week of Innova's group therapy program is equivalent to over 3 months of individual therapy.

Intensive Outpatient Programs

Our Intensive Outpatient (IOP) treatment offers the option of joining from the comfort and privacy of your own home on your smartphone or laptop. You will attend group meetings, with no more than 8-12 in a group , for three days a week.

Typically, the program lasts 12 weeks, depending on individual progression. Our team will walk you from your initial phone call to having you join your first meeting, to ensure you always have support.

  • For Women-For women, led by women, our goal is to provide support on your journey to recovery using several techniques and methods.
  • For Men-Men leave our program with less irritability, a greater understanding of how to deal with life?s stress and a more confident sense of self.
  • For Teens-Teens are much more likely to engage in this setting as it feels safe and protected and speaks to their lifestyle.

 

Most insurances do not require a referral to see a therapist.  Simply make an appointment and being your journey.

We aim to reduce as many barriers as possible, including financial ones, by accepting most major insurances.

Click here for a list of accepted insurance

Updated within the last 3 months.

Veterans can experience a range of life events, opportunities, and challenges after they leave the military like:

  • Sharing LGBTQ+ Identity With Providers

Click here to learn about the resources and support available for Veterans who have faced challenges related to coming out as a person who identifies as LGBTQ+.

  • Death of Family Members or Friends

Click here to learn more about experiencing the death of family members or friends, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you cope with loss.

  • Families & Relationships

Click here to learn more about families and relationships, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you overcome family and relationship issues.

  • Financial & Legal Issues

Click here to learn more about experiencing financial and legal issues, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you overcome challenges.

  • Homelessness

Click here to learn more about experiencing homelessness, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources available for homeless Veterans.

  • Work-Related Problems

Click here to learn more about challenges related to jobs and employment, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you overcome work-related issues.

  • Physical Injury

Click here to learn more about managing a physical injury, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you live well.

  • Preparing for Deployment

Click here to learn more about preparing for deployment, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you cope.

  • Retirement & Aging

Click here to learn more about retirement and aging, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you transition.

  • Spirituality

Click here to learn more about spirituality, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you overcome concerns related to spiritual issues.

  • Student Veterans / Higher Education

Click here to learn more about being a student Veteran, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you overcome challenges.

  • Transitioning From Service

Click here to learn more about transitioning from service, treatment options, self-help tools, and resources to help you overcome transition challenges.

Free

24/7
Updated within the last 2 months.

Deborah’s House supports women who have completed an in-patient program for their ongoing recovery from the disease of addiction by providing a safe sober-living home, spiritual mentoring and modeling of life skills for their continued success.

Located in central San Antonio, our six-bed home includes a beautiful kitchen, three bedrooms, a study area and a large common area.

Any woman who is recommended by her counselor upon completion of a residential treatment program and who is committed to finding meaningful employment and transforming her life.

Through having a safe place to live, residents pay no rent the first month and rent after that based on 30% their net income, not to exceed $300 per month. Residents who are attending school or training programs may pay even less.

Monday: 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM Tuesday: 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM Wednesday: 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM Thursday: 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM Friday: 8:30 AM -2:30 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: 8:00 AM -12:15 PM
Updated within the last 5 months.

The Transformational Campus provides residential housing while clients work to overcome the issues that led to their becoming homeless.

Haven's Promise

  • You will ALWAYS be treated with kindness, compassion, dignity, and respect.
  • You will always sleep indoors, even in the Courtyard.
  • You will receive three hot meals a day and any clothing you need.
  • You will be connected to housing, through Haven Housing and our partners.
  • You will be connected to medical care, dental care, eye care, mental health care.

Over 150 partner organizations collaborate to provide comprehensive services, including:

  • Housing
  • Employment opportunities
  • ID Recovery: Social Security card, birth certificate, driver’s license
  • Application Assistance for Social Security, Disability, Medicare, SNAP
  • Substance use recovery
  • Detox
  • Sober living
  • LGBTQ services
  • Medical care
  • Eye care
  • Dental care
  • Psychiatric services
  • Counseling
  • Help with abuse, trauma
  • GED classes
  • Support for parents
  • Support for school-age kids
  • Legal services
  • Showers, laundry

Space on the Transformational Campus is limited and we cannot guarantee that a bed will be immediately available.

All services are at no cost to Haven clients.

Hours of Operaton 24/7 Intake Office Hours Monday: 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM Tuesday: 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM Wednesday: 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM Thursday: 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM Friday: 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
Updated within the last 4 months.

Provides a supported, sober living dorm environment for men and women on the Haven for Hope campus. 

These members have excelled and graduated from a substance use treatment program. Our Pay it Forward Dorms Program recovery dorms then provides a safe and accountable environment for them to continue working on their recovery from addiction, practice the tools learned in rehab, and better prepare for their transition back into the community.

Members in the Pay it Forward Dorms Program live in a dorm environment for up to one year.

Dorm Program members are seen as campus leaders, encouraging and lifting up others in recovery.

These dorms have beds for 46 men and 12 women.

This program is exclusively for those who have experienced or are at-risk of homelessness and are receiving services at Haven for Hope.

Additional eligibility criteria include:

  • having a sponsor
  • attending recovery-related meetings
  • being employed or actively looking for work
  • submitting to random substance use screening
  • adherence to an absolute zero-tolerance substance use policy

Members in the Pay it Forward Dorms Program pay low monthly program fees.

We provide assistance to men and women who are coming out of drug or alcohol rehab or incarceration and need a safe, clean and sober living environment to prevent relapse and reduce the likelihood of becoming homeless.

We provide emergency housing assistance by paying the security deposit and first two weeks of rent for entry into an approved sober living home, as well as grocery gift cards and bus passes whenever possible to remove barriers to getting employed.

We also provide referral assistance to other collaborating agencies that help the client with job search assistance and work-appropriate clothing.

Our programs have strict eligibility criteria, including:

  • having a sponsor
  • attending recovery-related meetings
  • being employed or actively looking for work
  • submitting to random substance use screening
  • adherence to an absolute zero-tolerance substance use policy
Hours
Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: CLOSED
Thursday: CLOSED
Friday: CLOSED
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: CLOSED

Monday: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM Tuesday: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM Wednesday: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM Thursday: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM Friday: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
Hamilton K Barton - Chief Executive Officer Send email
Ben Brooks - Dormitory Manager
Updated within the last year

Evolution House offers modest accommodations at an affordable price. Residents are able to focus on strengthening their recovery while developing a means of supporting themselves and building life skills. Surrounded by a strong sober community in San Antonio, clients are able to attend a variety of meetings and pull from the resources around them.

Offering sober living for men and women in recovery, Evolution House is a safe and affordable option for those living in San Antonio, Texas. EH helps clients lay the foundation for sobriety by teaching healthy habits and life skills.

$300 (30 days).

Monday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Thursday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Friday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
Stephanie Malone - Manager Send email
(210) 318-7348
1.94 miles away, 627 E Carson, San Antonio, TX, 78208 , D2

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Men only
  • Capacity: 8
Updated within the last month
1.96 miles away, 131 Yale Ave, San Antonio, TX, 78201 , D1

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership

Men only

Capacity: 9

Updated within the last month

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Men only
  • Capacity: 7
Updated within the last month

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Men only
  • Capacity: 8
Updated within the last month
2.18 miles away, 1603 Montana, San Antonio, TX, 78203 , D2

The Victory Gospel Spiritual Growth Center is a ministry of Victory Gospel Chapel. It's an extension of God's mercy that was established to help those who are lost in darkness such as drug abuse, alcoholism, and other serious problems. The purpose of the ministry is to help those people first discover the love of Jesus Christ, and then build new lives through that love. The SGC helps men and women from all walks of life restructure their lives so they can achieve success.

Our ministry offers:

  • Prayer three times daily
  • Daily classes
  • Group Sessions and Drug Group Sessions
  • Biblical Counseling

If you or someone you know needs help, please contact us at any time. We care about souls, and we've been here to help men and women from all walks of life find Jesus Christ and the change that only He can bring.

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Men only
  • Capacity: 8
Updated within the last month

Newly Empowered Women (N.E.W.), is a program of B.E.A.T. Coalition Trust designed to help women who are infected and/or affected by HIV/AIDS begin renewed lives by overcoming the past. As they journey down their new road, our women will learn life long skills in order to develop and maintain healthy and productive lives.

Our Goals:

  • Changing Behavior
  • Decrease in high risk behavior
  • Reuniting Families
  • Eliminating drug and alcohol abuse
  • Building economic and financial stability
  • Developing computer literacy
  • Increasing job readiness
  • Cultivating a healthy image of one’s self

Our Residents:

  • Women who are disproportionately infected and affected by HIV/AIDS
  • Women who are in transition from homelessness, struggling with drug addiction or coming home from prison
  • Women with the desire to live healthy, clean and sober lives
  • Remain at our facility from 6 to 24 months.
Updated within the last year

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Men only
  • Capacity: 8
Updated within the last month

The Home provides a free residential, Christian environment for men and women. The purpose of the Home is to reclaim, redeem, and restore lives that have been destroyed or disrupted by drugs, alcohol and/or other substance abuse by establishing three essential values: a commitment to Christ, restoration of the family and a positive work ethic.

The goal of Victory Outreach San Antonio Christian Recovery Homes is to reach those affected by the scourges of urban life including drug and alcohol addiction, gang involvement, and prostitution.

Free

Updated within the last 2 months.

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Women with children only
  • Capacity: 8
Updated within the last month

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Men only
  • Capacity: 8
Updated within the last month

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Women only
  • Capacity: 9
Updated within the last month

Casa Mia is a partnership between Crosspoint and the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing (SON).

Casa Mia provides transitional residential programming in a residential setting, focusing specifically on women with opioid use disorder who are pregnant and/or parenting and welcoming their young children to accompany them.

This program relies on the proven Crosspoint model of transitional residential services to provide recovery housing while women access needed outpatient treatment services.

The SON brings to Casa Mia its extensive expertise in women’s health, child growth and development, nutrition, and program evaluation.

Unlike most recovery housing, Casa Mia welcomes women who have chosen a variety of pathways to recovery including medication-assisted treatment.

Women with opioid use disorder who are pregnant and/or parenting, and their children.

Click here to learn more about the program.

Kevin J. Downey, PhD - Chief Executive Officer
(210) 225-0864
Updated within the last 2 months.
3.24 miles away, 914 Pasadena, San Antonio, TX, 78201 , D1

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Men only
  • Capacity: 7
Updated within the last month
3.68 miles away, 863 Lee Hall, San Antonio, TX, 78212 , D1

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Men only
  • Capacity: 9
Updated within the last month
3.70 miles away, 738 Clower, San Antonio, TX, 78212 , D1

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Men only
  • Capacity: 9
Updated within the last month

Home Recovery is a 12-step process where men are brought back into society as fathers, sons, and husbands and are integrated back to a stable working environment.

Click here to learn more.

Mike Torres - Founder/Pastor
(210) 386-6741
Updated within the last year
3.93 miles away, 431 Club Dr, San Antonio, TX, 78201 , D7

The Clubhouse provides a structured and safe environment for men who support and encourage recovery for one another.

We are not a boarding house or special needs facility. We are a group of men who live independently in a semi-controlled environment. Our residents will be adult alcoholics and addicts who are motivated to continue their recovery, committed to staying sober, and agree to remain accountable to others in their active recovery program.

  • Availability at the Clubhouse is on a first come, first served basis.
  • Men only.

Fees as low as $50 intake and $570/month program fees including housing, utilities and program services.

Always open
Danny Farmer Send email
(512) 237-0257
Updated within the last 5 months.

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Men only
  • Capacity: 8
Updated within the last month

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Women only
  • Capacity: 7
Updated within the last month

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Women only
  • Capacity: 11
Updated within the last month

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Men only
  • Capacity: 8
Updated within the last month

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Women only
  • Capacity: 7
Updated within the last month

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Women only
  • Capacity: 8
Updated within the last month

Each Oxford House operates democratically, pays its own bills, and expels any member who returns to drinking alcohol or using drugs.

Large houses are rented and located in nice neighborhoods giving anywhere from 6 to 15 same-gender individuals a safe, supportive place to call home.

RECOVERY

  • Peer-support
  • Life Skills
  • Self-efficacy

RESPONSIBILITY

  • Self-governance
  • Elected House Officers
  • Individual Growth

REPLICATION

  • Expansion to Meet the Need
  • Resident Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Men only
  • Capacity: 7
Updated within the last month