The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley is a non-profit agency that has been serving the San Angelo, Texas community for over 50 years. Beginning its life as a halfway house in 1969, ADACCV is now the only substance abuse treatment program in Tom Green County. ADACCV actively connects with locals, offering addiction awareness-raising activities, fundraisers and community lectures. ADACCV provides residential and outpatient treatment to Texas residents only.
Accommodations and Food
Residential clients live in one of two gender-specific recovery homes: Williams House for men and Sara’s House for women. William’s House, a stately two-story colonial structure, accommodates 16 men while Sara’s House, a brick craftsman, can house up to 12 women— including those who are pregnant or have young children (six years old and under). Rooms are shared and clients sleep in their own full-sized bed with access to closet space and a table for personal use. Common areas are expected to be kept neat and organized. No cell phones, computers or personal electronics are permitted. Smoking is allowed in designated areas.
Each clients gets a designated day to make one 15-minute phone call a week, between 5:30 and 7:30 pm. There is a TV in the common room that clients may watch during specific times.
Days at ADACCV are busy and structured with very little down time. Wake up is at 6:30 am (7:30 on Sundays) and lights out are at 10:30 pm (12:30 am on Fridays and Saturdays). Clients are not allowed to return to their rooms between 8 am and 5 pm, Monday through Saturday. Sunday is a free day and visitors are permitted from 1:30 to 3 pm or 9-11 am (Sara’s House only).
Meals are traditional American fare, served three times a day. Breakfasts usually consists of cereal and fruit, except on Friday and Sunday mornings when hot meals are served. Lunch is usually sandwiches of some kind and dinner is a balance of vegetables, rice or potatoes and either meat, poultry or fish.
Treatment and Staff
ADACCV only offer its services to Texas residents. Both the inpatient and outpatient programs use the same treatment modalities and the length of stay is dependent on the needs of each client.
Treatment is 12-step based and includes individual therapy, group therapy, chemical dependency educational courses, relapse prevention and life skills training. Each client get an individualized treatment plan that is adjusted throughout the course of their program.
Outpatient care operates out of ADACCV’s main office at the Cotton Lindsey Center and lasts about six months. This program focuses on recovery while clients’ maintain an outside life. While individual therapy occurs at set times, group sessions are offered several evenings a week to accommodate work and school schedules as well as family obligations.
Upon completion of either inpatient or outpatient treatment, ADACCV assists with finding sober living or general housing.
Staff consists of Prevention Specialists, LCDCs, Licensed Baccalaureate Social Workers and Program Technicians.
ADACCV actively encourages family involvement so group therapy for clients and their loved ones is available.
In addition, it offers a variety of prevention and education programs to help local youth learn about chemical dependency and substance abuse. Funds are currently being raised to build a 12-bed detox center.
ADACCV works actively to target homeless and indigent people who may not otherwise have access treatment.
ADACCV’s structured schedule and strict adherence to individualized treatment is what has yielded excellent results and kept it in business since 1969. For those seeking no nonsense recovery in a gender-specific specific environment at a very affordable rate, this Texas rehab facility offers lots of support, lots of resources and lots of happy endings.
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council for The Concho Valley
3553 Houston Harte
San Angelo, TX 76902
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council For The Concho Valley Cost: $4,350 (30 days). Reach Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council For The Concho Valley by phone at (325) 224-3481 or by email at [email protected] Find Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council For The Concho Valley on Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube.
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