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We are a strong team here to guide you in overcoming addiction. That means you need a strong team guiding you to recovery. Addiction is a complicated and intelligent disease-not a moral failure you can bootcamp out.

We know every single person suffering from addiction can overcome it. How do we know this? Simple, almost every single counselor, staff member, or team leader is living an active life in recovery, even our founder Michael Dadashi.

Anyone who has been addicted knows how powerful the experience is. Substance abuse wraps people in cycles of selfishness and deceit forcing them to lie, cheat, and steal to survive. We also know addiction is often symptoms of deeper trauma or shame. That’s why we don’t rely on traditional ‘get dry’ treatment and instead create proactive environments with teams who have shared experiences and understand the path to recovery.

That is why at Infinite Recovery we have a team trained to create an environment to both challenge and heal.

To accomplish that, we combine empowering therapeutic techniques alongside a no-excuse policy. Every single client carries the expectation of both being an adult and partnering in their recovery. Both our programs and team are built to start recovery at where the client is when they come in while raising expectations on their maturity and recovery.

Every single client that comes to us is held to a high standard based on their needs. We recognize that each person’s situation, challenges, and abilities are unique. That is why our team works with you to develop your goals in a way that aligns with our standards so you can celebrate success on your own terms. We do this by responding to client recovery barriers with clinically tailored assessments and empowered interventions.

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Michael Dadashi


Our CEO Michael is the heart of Infinite Recovery. Clean and sober since 2009, Michael replaced his old attitudes with a new set of principles that motivated him to extend the same Life-saving second chances he had received to others struggling with addiction. He started by employing other recovering addicts at his e-waste recycling business, MHD Enterprises, which he has owned for more than a decade. Defying just about every possible conventional hiring practice, he grew MHD into an award-winning company.

In 2014, Michael took his mission to help addicts rebuild their lives one step further by opening Infinite Recovery. His goal was to provide a full continuum of care by equipping clients with the tools and support necessary for a successful second chance at life. In 2017 with the help of his talented wife, Ylianna, we launched a medical detox and residential facility and realized Michael’s dream of providing a full continuum of care.

Michael has the unique ability to bridge the gap between business and service to others. Michael supports various non-profit organizations such as Facing Addiction, Recovery People, Lifesteps, Austin Community College Foundation and serves on the board of Communities for Recovery and Teen and Family Services. Michael’s definition of success is to live life with complete purpose and passion for all he does both personally and professionally.


Ylianna Dadashi


Ylianna is the creative genius behind the look and feel of Infinite Recovery. Her mission is to create a positive experience and a lasting impression for clients and employees alike. As a designer and licensed realtor, Ylianna also directs all real estate ventures and development.

A McAllen native, Ylianna was the reigning Miss Texas USA in 2015. In July 2015 she went on to represent Texas in the Miss USA pageant placing as first runner-up to Miss USA. Dividing her time between school and traveling for her reign, she graduated from the University of the Incarnate Word with a bachelors degree in Communication Arts.

Shortly after Miss USA, Ylianna married the man of her dreams Michael Dadashi and moved to Austin, Texas. Ylianna works with various non-profit organizations such as the Austin Community College Foundation, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Easter Seals, Proyecto Desarollo Humano and the Texas Children’s Hospital to name a few. Her love for children has allowed her to give back and inspire young people in Texas by teaching them to “always believe” in themselves and the beauty of their goals.

She took her love for helping children to launch her own 501c3, The Heartwater Foundation, whose mission is to “Improve the lives of children suffering from extreme poverty and disease (with a specific focus on addiction)

Ylianna is a Certified Yoga Instructor that enjoys spiritual retreats, travel, cooking, family time and service work.

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Gail Zorne


“I was given a wonderful gift nine years ago when my son Michael Dadashi was given a second chance at a life that is happy, joyous, and free from addiction. We know the sense of community, mentorship, and compassion are what every person needs for recovery. It is indeed a joy and honor to be part of the recovery community and share our message, but I mainly want to pour my heart out to all the moms and dads out there and tell them not to lose faith because their second chance could be right around the corner. We can recover.” – Gail Zorne, Community Relations Manager
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Robin Lindeman


Robin has worked as a licensed chemical dependency counselor in the field of addiction treatment for almost a decade. Over the course of her career, Robin has directly supervised detox, residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient programs. Robin has created and implemented targeted clinical curriculums, with a heavy focus on program development and outcomes data. Robin is an experienced and dynamic leader with a strong focus on compliance, clinical ethics and ensuring quality care is being delivered throughout the Infinite Recovery continuum. Robin is proficient with all Joint Commission regulations, guidelines, and standards, aiding in the oversight and support of all Joint Commission efforts within Infinite Recovery’s continuum. Robin directly oversees all clinical and medical services provided throughout all levels of care within Infinite Recovery. Robin has been in recovery for over 12 years. Through her own recovery, she has found a personal and professional passion in helping others achieve long term sobriety. Robin shares a beautiful life with her husband, two young children, and two dogs. Robin loves the outdoors, swimming, and traveling with her husband and children.
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Dr. Keith Garcia


A native of Texas, Keith Garcia was born in Houston, attended Rice University, and completed a combined MD/PhD program at The University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. Dr. Garcia pursued residency training in Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, where he remained as faculty until 2010. Dr. Garcia relocated to Austin to continue his academic career with the Dell Medical School and Seton Family of Hospitals. Throughout his academic career, Dr. Garcia has cared for patients with co-occurring substance use and psychiatric conditions across the spectrum of treatment settings including inpatient, outpatient and partial hospitalization programs. In 2017, Dr. Garcia left academics to start his own practice and has focused on providing psychiatric care to people suffering with addiction. Dr. Garcia is a Board Certified in Psychiatry by the ABPN. He has published over 20 articles and chapters across a wide range of topics, has provided mentorship to numerous resident psychiatrists and students, but is most rewarded by working with at team to provide clinical care to patients.
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Tanner Williams


“My name is Tanner, and I am the Admissions Lead here at Infinite Recovery. Being in recovery myself, I am extremely passionate about healing families through the treatment process. I feel very grateful, because now I am in a position that I get to work with families and help them rebuild and reconstruct. When people call looking for help for their loved one- I’m the first voice that they hear. I get to be a voice of hope, because I have been through it. I also get to educate the families on the recovery process. I get to hopefully calm them somewhat, and offer them hope. Recovery Is a lifetime process for the families and their loved ones alike. Today I am so grateful to pay it forward, and offer families hope, and solution.” - Tanner W.
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Ryan Derbes


``My name is Ryan Derbes, and I am very blessed to be part of an organization that teaches the same solution that saved my life. I struggled with addiction to oxycodone and heroin for several years and decided that I wanted to stop. It never occurred to me that maybe I couldn’t stop. I lost a multiple jobs, relationships, and burned through all the money I could get my individualized. I found myself in and out of rehabs and detoxes trying to figure out a way to stay sober and I was baffled, confused, and demoralized and so was my family. I was unable to say sober for longer than two months outside of a treatment center, and my life fell apart rapidly multiple times. During this time, I was kicked out of a rehab for getting caught sneaking drugs and alcohol in multiple times, and out of multiple sober livings for continuous relapses. I found myself in situations and places I never expected myself to ever be. Through the 12 step process, I gained access to a connection to a Power which saved me from myself. Through the relationship I now have with what I choose to call God, not only am I able to stay sober, but life is infinitely more fulfilling and satisfying. I am actually able to show up for people in my life today and see what I can add to life instead of what I can get out of it. I am truly grateful to be a part of the team at Infinite, and to be able to share what was given to me.`` - Ryan
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Amanda Prine


``My story started at a very young age. My family started getting me high when I was 5 until I was 14. For me I was shocked to find out in my mid 20’s that there was a whole world of people out there that led successful normal lives and did not use drugs. I thought it was normal and was raised to believe that. Dabbling with recovery was very painful and I found a whole lot of emotions that I didn’t realize that I had and all I wanted to do was bury those feelings. I finally decided I wanted more out of life. It took moving over 1000 miles away from everything I knew and loved for me to maintain my sobriety. I have been sober for almost 6 years now. The people that helped me the most in my recovery were the people that had been through it. I am so grateful to Infinite Recovery because now I get to be one of those people. I never would have dreamed this possible. I love helping people, talking to them when they call in, and doing whatever I can to get them into treatment. I feel like I am giving back and it is so rewarding. It does not feel like work it feels like what I was always meant to do.`` -Amanda
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Ryan Smith


Ryan Smith has been with Infinite Recovery since 2016 and is a person in long term recovery. He joined the team with the operations staff and has worked in several departments bringing his compliance background to the organization. He has worked on the team to bring compliance to the forefront in an effort to make sure the clients we serve have the safest experience possible. Through his knowledge of Joint Commission standards, we have been able to maintain standards compliance and continue our accreditation over the last 4 years. Ryan continues to ensure that Infinite Recovery complies with state regulation as it pertains to licensed chemical dependency facilities.

Over the past year, Ryan has taken over the Human Resources and Compliance department and continues to guarantee that our staff is treated with dignity and respect while ensuring that we are constantly looking at ways to promote inclusivity for our staff.

“I love spending time helping other people in recovery. I'm grateful to God for the 12 steps. I live each day according to principles behind the steps and I continue to take suggestion from my sponsor and people in my sober network. God has restored my life and by living in gratitude, I am able to appreciate every moment of the awesome life I live, and love. I am blessed to have the opportunity to help others.

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Steven Long


My name is Steven Long, I am the Director of Client Service Operations at Infinite Recovery, and I am extremely blessed to be a part of the team here. As an addict in 12 step recovery, I’m very passionate about 12 step work and the Power that I have gained a relationship with through the 12 step process. Through that process God has renewed and polished many things in my life, the number one thing is my family. I have a beautiful, supportive wife, and two amazing children. That’s what really attracted me to Infinite, the constant effort to implement and embed a passion for recovery into every individual that walks through door, and the very inviting family energy.

I have worked in the field of recovery since 2012. I started in the field as a RCA, and over the years have had the ability to move to Recovery Specialist, Director of Recovery Services and Director of Operations at a high accountability sober living organization.
And I feel extremely blessed and humbled to have the opportunity to continue to serve as part of the leadership team here at Infinite Recovery.

- Steven L. # WeCanRecover

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Chrissy Glenn


Chrissy struggled with addiction the majority of her youth and into her adult life. After losing her mom to the disease of addiction, she had a spiritual awakening and knew her purpose moving forward was to help guide families and their loved ones to the freedom of sobriety. She now has achieved long term sobriety by the grace of God. Chrissy started her career in Admissions and quickly moved through the ranks to become Director of Business Development at Infinite recovery. She understands the importance of getting people the help and resources that accommodate where they are at on their recovery journey . Chrissy brings years of experience and many credible resources to the Infinite team and makes it her mission to get everyone coming through our doors the recovery resources best suited for their specific needs. She also sits as the Legislative chair on the Texas Association of Addiction Professionals board advocating for the recovery and mental health community in Austin, Texas. When Chrissy is not working, you can find her on the volleyball court or exploring Austin with her pups.
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Kellie Lee


Kellie has over 10 years of experience in the admin and wellness field. After pursuing her career and education in music production, sound engineering and musical performance, Kellie realized that she was needing to make a change in her life that resonated more with her current lifestyle. With her experience in studio management, facilitating workshops and retreats and leading various yoga teacher training, Kellie brings many talents to the Infinite Recovery team. In addition to being our main mindfulness, meditation and yoga teacher, Kellie also provides her management and training experience in our HR department. Kellie is someone who is always looking for a chance to grow, excel and challenge herself and is currently furthering her education in psychology and management. Kellie is a person of long-term recovery and is passionate about sharing her experience and skills at Infinite Recovery.
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Deborah James


My name is Deborah James, I have been blessed to be of service to others for the last
20 years working in the field of counseling; specializing in substance use disorder and
dual -diagnosis. I hold a License as a Substance Use Disorder Counselor and have
obtained two Masters of Art Degrees from LeTourneau University in Psychology and
Professional Counseling. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with the State of
Texas and have dedicated my lifework to fighting the disease of addiction I have been
married to my wonderful husband for 38 years and we share four beautiful children and
3 awesome grandchildren, along with 3 great loyal fur babies. I bring my passion,
dedication and love to the Infinite Recovery Family, where we believe “We Can
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Brittney Germany


Brittney Germany is first and foremost a woman in long term recovery and has quickly become a force to be reckoned with in the Houston area. Brittney’s journey into recovery and this industry began at Oxford House. She is also a firm believer in the 12 steps and building a relationship with God. Brittney is passionate about helping others, her family and loved ones, being an active volunteer and mentor in the local recovery community, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. She also spends a lot of her time volunteering for various mental healthcare boards, including being on the board of The Spiritual Care Network. She is also an active member of Oxford House Alumni.
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Hayley Bushart


Hayley graduated from Hardin Simmons University with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy in 2018 and is an LPC. She has worked with wide range of populations including children, teenagers, college students, and geriatrics. She specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy, positive psychology, and person-centered therapy.
Hayley moved to Austin in 2019 and has been with Infinite Recovery since 2020. She likes watching the work the clients put in towards their recovery and seeing all the positive changes in their lives. While not at work, Hayley enjoys spending time with her dog, Ali Bob, and traveling with her friends.
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Rachel Martin


My name is Rachel, and I am a certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist. I am an Austin native and started with Infinite Recovery as an RCA. My battle with addiction and mental health began at a young age. I am a firm believer that addicts, and alcoholics begin abusing substances to fill a void that is within them, and I was born with that void being given away at birth for adoption. After multiple years of active addiction, I finally surrendered and got the help that I needed. After getting sober I found that my calling was to help others who struggle with the same disease. I love being able to work with clients who feel the world has turned a blind eye and the most rewarding part of my work is seeing the light come on in clients’ eyes. I am truly grateful that thanks to my experiences I am able to help others see that recovery is possible and they can live a life beyond their wildest dreams.
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My name is Tiffany Rogers-Zureik and I am grateful to be providing chemical dependency treatment here at Infinite Recovery. I have worked in the field of mental health/substance abuse treatment since 2011. I grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area where I attended college and graduate school. I am a San Jose State University and Kaplan University Alumni with a specialization in Criminology and Applied Behavior Analysis. I have worked with children, individuals with special needs, inmates, and addicts for over ten years and would have never imagined the joy this field of work would provide to my life. I grew up knowing that I wanted to be someone who could make a difference in the lives of others and I have been fortunate enough to be able to follow my dreams. I enjoy spending time with my amazing partner, our 3 dogs, traveling, music and all things food!.
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Brian Truelove


My name is Brian Truelove, I am the Men's Program Coordinator for Partial Hospitalization Programming. I have worked in treatment since April of 2019, and I have had the opportunity to work as a Sober Living House Manager, Resident Care Advocate, and today as a Program Coordinator. What I do here at Infinite Recovery is very meaningful to me, as three years ago I was admitted into Infinite Recovery for my first time in treatment. I went on to complete the full continuum of care and stayed in Infinite’s Sober Living as a client and then a House Manager for nearly two years.

I know what it’s like to come into treatment and have no idea how to work a 12-Step program. I am forever grateful to the men and women at Infinite who explained to me in such great detail what recovering from a hopeless state of mind and body meant, and more importantly, precisely how I can do so. Today, I am very proud to say that I get the opportunity to pay it forward by doing for others what was done for me.

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Robin Patrick


My name is Robin Patrick and I am a very grateful recovered addict. I have the honor of working as a female Recovery Specialist at our residential facility in Liberty Hill. My addiction robbed me of everything beautiful in my life and deeply affected my family, especially my children. I attempted treatment multiple times, but it was through the 12 steps and learning to love myself while letting go of the shame of my past that I finally found freedom. Today my mess has become my message and I am extremely passionate about helping other women become empowered through the 12 steps, accountability and self love. My life is amazing today and I am able to show up as a mom, friend, and daughter in a way that I never could before.
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Leah Stephens


My name is Leah K Stephens. I am 48 years old, married and mother of 3 beautiful daughters, Leighton is 26, Lindsey is 24, Lexie is 19 and Pete who is 3.5. I am also a person in long term recovery that has celebrated 8 1/2 years of sobriety. My life today is much different than it was 8 years ago. Then I was hopeless and was begging for help, but did not know how to voice it. Today I am full of hope and use my voice to help others as a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor and work in case management. I get the opportunity to work with individuals who are struggling with addiction and offer families another chance to see their loved one again as they once knew them. The biggest part of my recovery was given to me by the Grace of God. He has carried me through the darkness and has given me a whole new meaning and purpose for life. God has transformed me and carries me daily and I no longer am my own hostage. I feel I have taken from our society by being an addict and this is one of the ways that I want to give back to our community. My desire to end my addiction was solely because I felt that I was dying inside.

I am thankful that I have chosen the field of Human Services in hopes that one day I will be able to reach one heart and save one life. My sobriety date is 06/09/13.

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Emily Casebolt-Simon


My name is Emily Casebolt-Simon (she/her/hers). I am a MASTER ART Practitioner and Substance Abuse/Trauma Therapist. I grew up in Liberty Hill, TX and received my MSW from The University of Texas at Arlington in 2019. I am an LMSW and have 5 years of experience working in medical social work prior to working for Infinite Recovery in 2020. I worked in a hospital where I had the privilege of caring for those who endured drug-induced heart failure, psychosis, burns, and trauma and helping individuals and families connect to community resources. I was inspired to choose a career where I provide care to those who endure substance use disorder and PTSD. I am under supervision by Melissa Haney, LCSW-S.

Ryan Holt


Ryan is in long-term sobriety and a huge recovery advocate. Throughout his years in the Addiction and Recovery field, Ryan has learned that connection with the client and the greater community is the key to successfully finding them placement. Ryan sits on the board of directors for the San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Awareness (SACADA), the Episcopal Recovery Board and is active in SATX AA as chair of Treatment Facilities Committee-bringing AA into local treatment centers.
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Mariah Owen


Mariah joins the Infinite Recovery team with experience working with individuals of many different ages and backgrounds. She has worked with children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings. Mariah has experience providing clinical services to individuals with substance use disorders, trauma, and various other mental health diagnoses. She is a University of Texas and University of Houston alumni. She has education in various types of therapy and specializes in trauma informed therapy, psychotherapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
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Emily McMahon


Emily McMahon is a Program Coordinator and certified Recovery Support Peer Specialist here at Infinite Recovery. She is a native Austinite and a person in recovery who is extremely passionate about what she does.
Emily quit her career as an engineer to work in the recovery field over two years ago, starting out as an RCA here at Infinite Recovery, and working her way up to her current role. Emily could not imagine doing anything else as she has found her calling helping individuals struggling with addictions. She enjoys seeing the light shine in her client’s eyes during their darkest times and helping guide them through their beginning stages of their recovery journey.
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Shobin Shanko


Born and raised in Chicago, I moved to Texas around the age of 11. Unfortunately I began experimenting with substances at a young age. As I got older my disease progressed and ended with IV Heroin use. I eventually dropped out of graduate school, cut off all meaningful relationships, became homeless, and got arrested. I finally hit a state of desperation where I was willing to reach out for help and take any suggestions given to me. After my third treatment facility, I took in the tools to achieve a life of sobriety. Today I have a job I love, a home, a relationship with my family and true friends who care about me. Most importantly I have a deep and meaningful connection with God. None of this
would be possible without the 12 steps which opened me up to a spiritual way of living. Recovery is possible and I am just one amongst many living examples of this new way of life. It works if you work it!
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Meredith Loveless


My name is Meredith Loveless, I am the Nursing Coordinator for Infinite Recovery. I am originally from Upstate NY where I graduated from nursing school in 2006. I worked in pediatrics until I moved to Texas 3.5 years ago ago. Soon after moving I joined this amazing team of Infinite professionals that give selflessly to the recovery of others. Since changing my career path to focus on recovery, I gained so much from the insight, strength and perseverance of this team and clients. I believe in what we do here at Infinite, and I am grateful to be a part of this caring, knowledgeable team.
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Peter Georgilis


Peter is an LPC-Associate with a master's in clinical mental health from Texas State University. Peter is an Austin native and has a passion for mental health and substance abuse. His interest in helping those with substance abuse originates from him witnessing friends & family struggle with substances. As a therapist, Peter practices Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and believes in the power of mindfulness and unconditional positive regard. He was influenced by the works of Steven Hays and Carl Rogers. In his free time, Peter is an avid Thai boxer and pet lover.
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Brett Miller


Brett obtained his M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Sam Houston State University. He takes a collaborative, strengths-based approach to helping his clients live authentically and navigate life’s challenges. He strongly believes that the quality of the relationship between the therapist and the client is one of the most important factors in therapy success.
Brett enjoys working with clients to increase mindfulness, (re)build confidence and self-esteem, and learn how to manage symptoms of depression and anxiety. Brett is especially passionate about working with members of the LGBTQIA+ community, progressing client's through stages of change, and developing harm reduction strategies for alcohol and other drug relapse prevention.
In his free time, Brett loves spending time with his family and friends, playing golf, reading, hiking, traveling, visiting museums, and playing Pokémon Go.
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John Luke Fritz


My name is John Luke Fritz and I am blessed to be part of an organization that has a holistic and heartfelt approach to dealing with alcoholism and drug addiction. Infinite Recovery’s program teaches the same solution that drastically changed my life and empowered me to live a life of purpose, fulfillment and freedom from addiction. I began struggling with addiction as a teen, but did not recognize I had a problem with alcohol and drugs until my twenties. During this time period, I began to notice a dramatic amount of losses in my personal, academic and professional life. I was frequently hospitalized throughout each year for excessive alcohol consumption and withdrawal symptoms. I was causing pain to loved ones and my physical and mental health was deteriorating. I was eventually without a home, job, school and my relationships with family and friends were either lost or under extreme stress. I soon realized that I could not quit drinking alcohol and using drugs without help from someone or something greater than myself. I went through treatment and was immersed in the 12 Step process, which brought me clarity, direction and hope to maintain sobriety. I am now living a life of joy and gratitude for each moment as a sober member of society. I am able to show up in relationships with others and live a life of purpose and fulfillment. It is my goal as a member of our team at Infinite Recovery, to share this program that brings numerous lives freedom from addiction. It has been a privilege to witness so many people be impacted by our program and I look forward to sharing my joy, hope and experiences with each person I encounter.

Complete Re-Integration Treatment

To successfully get sober and stay sober at our Alcohol and Drug Rehabs in Texas requires re-integrating into everyday life. This can be the most difficult part in the sobriety journey. To ensure a successful transition we offer complete re-integration treatment by providing a full continuum of care. Each level is designed and supported by professionals. They include guidance from a master’s level therapist, licensed addiction counselors, and our recovery support specialists. The path to wellness has ups and downs. That is why every level of treatment has a different level of intensity. These levels come in a unique combination of holistic and individualized approaches used to grow client wellness at our outpatient treatment Austin.

We guide each resident in the journey to recovery by helping them curate optimum treatment based on their experience.

Recovery is a unique experience and requires treatment tailored to each person’s health, state, and needs. That is why we promote a holistic approach. Through its lens, total recovery becomes a state of transformation. Recovery doesn’t work when it’s merely a vacation from the real world. That’s why we focus on both our residents’ integration and restoration. We help residents transform their health, relationships with the people that matter most, their work, school, social activities, and most importantly- their self. To find out more about this approach, visit our 8 Dimensions Of Wellness page.


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