Founded in 2013 by a recovering addict and located next to an AA meeting hall in a strip mall in Austin, Texas, Infinite Recovery provides a range of substance abuse treatment services, including an outpatient program and sober living facilities. Infinite Recovery’s founder Michael Dadashi is also the CEO and creator of MHD Enterprises, a successful e-waste recycling company, which employs a large percentage of recovering alcoholics and addicts on their staff.
Treatment and Staff
Treatment length is typically eight weeks, but can vary depend on client’s needs. On a weekly basis, the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a nine-hour track, scheduled from 6 pm to 9 pm Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. IOP treatment includes group therapy, individual therapy and attendance at 12-step meetings. Group topics include life skills, therapeutic processing, spiritual development and the 12 steps. Groups are co-ed and range between eight and 12 clients per session.
At Infinite Recovery, a variety of alternative modalities, along with a 12-step approach are used during treatment. The program uses a variety of holistic therapies, including acupuncture, somatic experiencing and holotropic breathwork, which combines rapid breathing with music playing in the background. Clients enter a trance-like state where they are able to connect with hidden emotions and feelings. EMDR is also employed to help clients suffering from trauma. Weekly toxicology testing is conducted. Many clients residing at Infinite Recovery’s transitional living facilities attend outpatient care, although it is not a requirement.
Infinite Recovery’s 4D Community Center offers a safe and sober hang out for those in recovery. Classes and meetings are offered seven days a week, including yoga, Qi Gong, meditation classes and sober jams.
Infinite Recovery is a great option for clients who have already undergone residential treatment or for those who are planning to stay in one of their sober living homes and looking for IOP. This is a 12-step based drug rehab, so clients seeking alternatives should probably continue their search. However, those seeking a sober community and combination of holistic therapy and the 12-stepswill find themselves at home here.
Infinite Recovery Location
404 Ridge Oak Rd
Austin, TX 78749
Infinite Recovery Cost
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