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Summary Opioid use in Austin has become a major public health issue with rising numbers of opioid overdose and death.. This article …

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Summary Peer support groups play a vital role in substance abuse recovery, offering emotional and social support to those struggling with substance …

Summary Economic recessions often lead to increased rates of substance use, including both drug and alcohol abuse. This article explores the connection …

Brain fog is a common issue for those struggling with addiction, affecting cognitive function and daily activities. This article explores the symptoms, …

The “Kindling Effect” in drug and alcohol addiction refers to the phenomenon where repeated withdrawal episodes from substances lead to more severe …

Our Admissions Process

Begin your wellness journey today. Our supportive team is here to guide you through every stage.

Step 1: Understanding Your Story
Our team members have their own recovery stories, offering genuine understanding and empathy for your situation.

Step 2: Complete Your Pre-Screen Evaluation
Your initial assessment allows your guide to grasp your clinical needs comprehensively.

Step 3: Individualized Care Plan
Based on your unique needs, we’ll identify the optimal Virtue Recovery Center facility to support your path to recovery.

Step 4: Travel to Treatment Facility
We’ll equip you with a detailed packing list and itinerary and assist in ensuring your transition to the treatment center is seamless.

Step 5: Beginning Transformative Care
Upon your arrival, we conduct a final health assessment and orient you to our center, setting the stage for your transformative care journey.

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Contact us to explore how we can assist you or your loved one on the path to recovery.