Frequently Asked Questions
Our Services
What is Williams House?
The Williams House is an intensive residential / supportive 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 expected to obtain and maintain employment while at the Williams House and 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.
What is Sara's House?
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 0-6 years of age and mothers can have up to two children residing with them. 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.
What is Outpatient Counseling?
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 both morning and evening groups in order to accommodate varying client schedules. ADACCV treatment programs actively encourage family participation and involvement in the client's treatment and recovery process.
Does ADACCV have a detox center?

No. 

ADACCV does not run a detox facility, however ADACCV utilizes TX DSHS funding to sub-contract with the Permian Basin Community Centers (PBCC) to provide residential detoxification to Concho Valley clients.

Residential detoxification services are available to eligible adult males and females and are provided by PBCC's Turning Point facility located in Odessa, Texas.

Are assessments confidential?

Yes.

ADACCV has established a cooperative agree­ment with the Permian Basin Regional Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse to ensure that individuals in the Concho Valley can receive confidential as­sessment and screening services. 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.

I want someone to come in and do a presentation, how much do you charge?

Our Prevention team can bring their expertis to your school, organization or business for FREE.  We are funded through the Department of State Health Services to provide alcohol, tobacco and drug education to our community.  Just give us a call!  (325)224-3481

How long will I have to be in treatment at Sara's House?

At Sara's House, there are three intensive residential programs:

Intensive Residential - 42 days.
Intensive Residential (Specialized Female) - 60 days.
Intensive Residential (Women and Children) - 90 days.

These are the expected times of length of stay for each program, however times can change based on need on a case-by-case basis.

Who can visit me in treatment?

Immediate family members only - parents, children, spouses.

Exceptions are determined by the Clinical Director.

Is there any place I can get my (spouse/son/daughter/parent) into treatment where they can't leave until they are finished?

No. 

There are no "lock-down" treatment facilities in Texas, except for the State Hospitals and Court Residential Treatment Centers (CRTC - Criminal Justice,).  Those are required by a court order.

What is the age limit on children that are received at Sara's House?

Children under 5 1/2 are able to stay at Sara's House with their mothers.

Financial Eligibility
Do you accept insurance?
Yes, we accept Medicaid.  Please call for more information, (325)224-3481.
What other options do I have if I do not have Medicaid?

ADACCV offers a "SELF-PAY" program for clients who do not have Medicaid. This method of payment allows anyone to receive quality treatment at a very affordable cost. Please see below for fees. Payments are required up front. There are no refunds for treatment.

While in treatment at our residential facilities (Sara's House or William's House), most clients experience no "out-of-pocket" expenses. Both treatment programs are full-time, live-in programs where food and housing are included.

Please feel free to contact us for more information.


Self-Pay Program Costs

Male Residential Treatment - Williams House
$145 per day -  average 45 days - payment up front $6,525

Female Residential Treatment - Sara's House
$145 per day - average 45 days - payment up front total $6,525

Outpatient Treatment - Cotton Lindsey Center
14 week program - payment up front $1,000
26 week program - payment up front $2,000 

No Refunds for treatment

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