Drug and Alcohol Treatment Experience That Counts
The Right Step is a group of caring, experienced professionals with proven expertise in the field of addiction. Our CEO, George Joseph, was recognized as National Counselor of the Year in 2002 and has been in this field for over 24 years, successfully leading the organization for the past 14 years. Our Chief Medical Officer, Jason Powers, M.D. is voted as one of Houston's Best Doctors. Our team of executive directors, program coordinators, counselors, nurses, and recovery advocates work at The Right Step because they know everyday they have the opportunity to improve the lives of others. The Right Step is renowned for effective, affordable, proven methods of substance abuse treatment, and we are committed to helping you and your loved one every step of the way on the path to a more meaningful, rewarding life.
Quality Care Since 1990
For more than a decade, we have existed for one purpose: to help people with substance abuse and chemical dependency issues achieve sobriety, obtain tools for change, and begin to experience meaningful lives. We do this successfully with thousands of individuals and families each year by offering quality, affordable alcohol and drug treatment programs and services at several locations throughout the Southwest. The Right Step is committed to partnering with clients and their loved ones to educate, treat, heal, and support each individual as they begin to rebuild their lives. The leadership of The Right Step is nationally recognized by the National Association of Addiction Professionals. The Behavioral Health Services are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Throughout our industry and within the community, The Right Step continues to be a leader in and major contributor to transforming individuals lives. Our Mission is to provide the highest quality, affordable, state-of-the-art addiction treatment in a caring atmosphere.
Perhaps the most emotionally powerful episode to date, the ninth installment of Recovery Now focuses on learning how to repair the complex damage done to personal and familial relationships in the wake of an addiction. Heather, a beautiful, soft-spoken young woman, shares how drug addiction ultimately destroyed her relationship with her ex-husband, Travis, and robbed her of the opportunity to be a mother to her baby daughter. Now with the help of therapist Carol, Heather faces Travis and reunites with her daughter for the first time in months. We also meet Michelle, a pain-pill addict, who has made a miraculous transformation. On the show and with the guidance of her counselor, Nancy, Michelle gets the opportunity to read a tearful amends letter to her daughter.
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