TREATMENT PROGRAM SERVICES*
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), addiction is defined as a chronic, relapsing brain disease that is characterized by compulsive drug seeking and use, despite harmful consequences. It is considered a brain disease because drugs change the brain; they change its structure and how it works. These brain changes can be long lasting and can lead to many harmful, often self-destructive, behaviors. Like other diseases, addiction can be treated.
The Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley is San Angelo's only long-term, non-criminal justice treatment facility.
Williams House - (16 total beds; all male)
The Williams House is an intensive residential treatment program for adult males. The treatment plan includes individual and group counseling, personal and social adjustment goals and includes Gorski's Relapse Prevention Training. Clients in the residential program are assisted in obtaining adequate housing upon program completion. ADACCV treatment programs actively encourage family participation and involvement in the client's treatment and recovery process.
Cost: $145 per day; 30 day minimum required
- 30 days – payment up front $4,350
- 45 day option – payment up front $6,525
Sara's House - (9 total client slots; all female)
Sara's House is an intensive residential / supportive residential treatment program for indigent women, including pregnant women and women with children. Our program can accommodate children 0-5 ½ years of age and the number of children residing with each mother is determined on a case-by-case basis. An on-site children's program is provided to meet the special needs of the children while their mothers attend classes and counseling sessions. This program is designed to address specific women's issues on the path to recovery. ADACCV treatment programs actively encourage family participation and involvement in the client's treatment and recovery process.
Cost: $145 per day; 30 day minimum required
- 30 days = $4,350 (payment up front required)
- 45 days = $6,525 (payment up front required)
Located at our main office, the Cotton Lindsey Center, at 3553 Houston Harte, San Angelo, Texas, this program consists of a six-month outpatient curriculum involving relapse prevention and education with individual and group counseling sessions. Individual treatment plans are developed, reviewed and adjusted on an individual basis. The program's goals include helping clients achieve successful recovery while maintaining their employment, family support and social participation. The outpatient program offers evening groups several days a week in order to accommodate varying client schedules. ADACCV treatment programs actively encourage family participation and involvement in the client's treatment and recovery process.
- 14 week program (approximately 3 1/2 months) = $1,000
- 26 week program (approximately 6 1/2 months) = $2,000
* Financial assistance available for those who qualify.
Treatment program flyer here.
Treatment placement info here.
We encourage any person who is directly or indirectly suffering from the effects or problems associated with alchhol and drug abuse or addiction to contact our offices for a confidential assessment and assistance. Assessments and screenings may reveal the need for immediate intervention or treatment. Counselors will use the assessment results to determine the appropriate intervention or treatment levels in order to effectively address individual needs.
Youth Prevention And Intervention
ADACCV utilizes key prevention curriculums to teach youth ages 4 to 18 effective resistance and avoidance skills. Youth also benefit from greater self-awareness, increased self-esteem, self-confidence and a knowledge of setting healthy boundaries - all necessary to achieve happy and drug-free lifestyles.
These dynamic curriculums are designed to assist youth to gain the necessary life and social skills and tools to avoid tobacco, drug and alcohol use.
ADACCV's intervention curriculums reach youth who are determined to be "at risk" and "high risk" for tobacco, drug and alcohol use and abuse. ADACCV collaborates with schools, social service providers, health organizations, churches and various community organizations to maximize the prevention program's effectiveness.
Community Prevention And Education
ADACCV provides a wide variety of tobacco and substance abuse prevention and education ser-vices to the Concho Valley community. ADACCV's efforts to enhance and broaden its prevention mission include maintaining an updated lending library of prevention education material in the form of printed material and videos. These materials are available for education, health care and social service providers and professionals. ADACCV also provides speakers to schools, churches, businesses and community organizations.
ADACCV Education Specialists disseminate prevention materials to educate and inform retailers and their customers of state laws concerning tobacco products.
ADACCV's professional development programs offer training seminars and workshops for professionals needing continuing education credits in the substance abuse treatment and prevention field. ADACCV is a licensed training site for individuals pursuing a chemical dependency counselor license.