Frequently Asked Questions

Is BRC Recovery a licensed alcohol and drug treatment center?

BRC Recovery’s Clinical Center is licensed to provide substance abuse treatment by the Texas Department of State Health Service

How do you conduct admissions?

BRC Recovery admissions are coordinated by appointment only.

Do you accept insurance?

BRC Recovery works with most major insurance companies. We also provide payment options.

Where is BRC Recovery located?

BRC Recovery is conveniently located 10 miles east of Austin, TX. We are accessible by car, given our proximity to other major Texas cities including Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio, as well as air, as we are located approximately 20 miles from Austin Bergstrom Airport. While many of our residents are from Texas, we have residents come to us from around the United States and internationally.


What are the most significant benefits of attending BRC Recovery?

Benefits of the BRC Recovery program include:

What are your staff’s qualifications and credentials?

Almost all members of the BRC Recovery team have worked in the field of chemical dependency treatment for years, and many are in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction and have wholeheartedly adopted the way of living taught in BRC Recovery’s unique program. As such, we teach from practical experience, not theory or opinion.

We are proud to have a team outfitted with credentials. Our Clinical Center is staffed by Masters-level clinicians, including Licensed Professional Counselors and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors.

Does BRC Recovery belong to any national organizations?

BRC Recovery is accredited the Joint Commission and certified by the National Association of Recovery Residences. We are also a proud member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers and the Texas Association of Addiction Professionals.

Recovery Starts Here

We specialize in treating chronic relapsers and the treatment-resistant, and our program works. For more information about how our services can help you or your loved one achieve and maintain permanent sobriety, please contact us at 1-866-905-4550.

Call us today to learn about Austin's premier extended care for the treatment-resistant.