How important is rehab center staff to the right drug rehab experience? The answer is that they’re very important. The right staff can support you, help you through withdrawal, prescribe the right medications, and help you begin your new life. The people are one of the most important parts of any drug rehab center. And that’s why we put so much emphasis on our staff at Last Resort Recovery. Our staff are highly-trained, offering the best in care, and staying at the cutting edge of the latest knowledge and research. You won’t find better people for your rehab experience.

What makes Last Resort Recovery such an amazing location for drug and alcohol rehab? The facility and the staff are two very important reasons, among many others. And we also serve all of Texas, including Dallas, Houston, and Austin, and we take guests from other states such as Arizona, Nevada, California, and New York. In fact, it can be a huge advantage to travel for rehab—it’ll get you out of the toxic situation that led you to drugs! Click here to learn about our Austin Based Programs.

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We expect men to stay a minimum of 60 days. Research studies indicate this to be the most beneficial length of time for structured residential care; however we individualize the care we deliver and have had men come for shorter and longer lengths of stay. Our commitment is not to keep a man with us any longer than he needs.
Yes. Many men struggling with a primary addiction to drugs or alcohol find themselves addicted, either physically or psychologically, to any number of substances and unhealthy behaviors. These can include nicotine and caffeine, sex and pornography, over the counter medications, relationships, compulsive exercise, spending, gambling, food, work, and worry. The list can be extended. Recovery requires men to address the major addictions in their lives and to identify behaviors that can trigger relapse. Austin is fortunate to have a number of licensed therapists that specialize in helping people in recovery deal with other addictions. Our staff can make referrals when indicated.
A member of our admission’s team screens each man before coming to us. In cases that may require a referral to treatment or to a higher level of care, men will be assessed by one of our licensed clinicians. Additionally, each man receives a two-hour interview with our contracting physician who is a Board Certified in Addiction Medicine.
No. We ask these items be left at home.
Personal phone calls can be made on Sundays between the hours of 1 to 7pm, as well as approved phone calls during week by his Recovery Manager. If there are any matters that need to be addressed, such as legal, employment, etc. we will address these matters as needed.
Men should pack enough comfortable clothing to last about 7 days. Bathing suits, sneakers and exercise clothing are helpful. Towels and bed linens are provided. Washing machines are available. Bring needed personal hygiene items but check to assure that alcohol is not among the three first ingredients. Shampoo and soap are provided. Bring all medications that are being taken. The physician administering the initial examination will review these for appropriateness.
Visitation occurs on the 2nd Sunday of each month from 11am to 4pm. Visiting is limited to immediate family members appearing on a list compiled by our staff in consultation with the resident. Other individuals may be added to this list for approval. There is no visitation during first 30 days of a man’s initial stay unless approved in advance by staff.
More information on our programs can be found by clicking here, and examples of a daily schedule can be found by clicking here.
Absolutely! We have evaluated and feel confident in referring you to several locations throughout our area. They can be found on our website, by clicking here.
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Smithville, TX 78957
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I tried to quit a hundred times. Sometimes I’d make it for a month, sometimes two, but I always wound up back with my drug. What I found [at Last Resort] was the answer to what I’d been searching for in recovery but couldn’t seem to find. They put it all together and they put me together too!