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At Soba Texas, we are a program that cares. We are an affordable program that provides a luxury setting when treating addiction for those who are in need.

We are a team of highly trained addiction professionals who have worked in this field for many years. We offer detox, residential inpatient, outpatient, and aftercare services to help you beat addiction.

Soba Texas offers innovative programming that combines modern, holistic and traditional therapies in order to provide individualized care to each and every Soba client.

  • Compassionate Treatment - Soba Texas prides itself on our
    expert and caring staff that offers compassionate treatment for all Soba clients.
  • Innovative Programming - By combining traditional and modern therapies, Soba Recovery in Texas offers you treatment that works for your personal needs.
Shannon O'Donnell - Clinical Director
(210) 529-8410
Lucas Peacock - Operations Director

Getting to the point where you are able to admit that you need to seek addiction treatment for your substance use disorder is a monumental step. This means that you have entered your journey of recovery, even if you feel like you haven’t started yet.

Seeking treatment for your addiction can be scary and overwhelming. Still, with the help of addiction recovery centers and detox centers, you can be sure that you will get professional help. Trying to figure out your addiction on your own is sometimes impossible, but that’s completely normal. Most people need some encouragement and support to get through it.

At Soba Recovery Center’s San Antonio location, you get to experience treatment services that are personalized to meet all your specific needs for substance abuse recovery. No matter what you are struggling with, we here at Soba Texas treatment centers are prepared to assist you.

The treatment that you will receive almost always starts with the detoxification program. To begin your recovery, you need to be free from substances, which is exactly what that detoxification program does.

What Is Detoxification Treatment like at Soba Texas?

Not everyone is going to need to undergo detoxification, depending on your needs. If you are actively struggling with substances and find that you cannot go a day without fear of withdrawal symptoms, this will benefit you greatly.

The detox program is meant to help you get sober without putting your life or wellness in danger. Detoxification can take a serious toll on the body, especially if someone uses substances like alcohol, prescription drugs like benzodiazepines, or meth. When your body cannot replenish with these substances, there can be negative side effects.

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We Work With Most Major Insurance Providers Including:

  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Beacon
  • Anthem
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield

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Shannon O'Donnell - Clinical Director
(866) 532-4010
Dr. Chris Healey - Medical Director

If you are looking for a personalized treatment program where you can access assistance at any given moment, we introduce you to inpatient rehab. Inpatient rehab is a live-in program that allows you to work on recovery from substance use disorder while being monitored by trained medical professionals.

You are surrounded by other patients who might be struggling with similar issues, so you have access to peers who can understand what you’re going through. You will focus on getting better by improving your mental health and physical health, learning coping skills, and building healthy relationships through high-quality behavioral therapy for wellness inside and out.

What Can I Expect in San Antonio’s Inpatient Rehab?

  • Initial Screenings
  • 24/7 Monitoring
  • Strict Scheduling
  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy

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We Work With Most Major Insurance Providers Including:

  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Beacon
  • Anthem
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield

Call us to verify your insurance.

Shannon O'Donnell - Clinical Director
(866) 532-4010
Dr. Chris Healey - Medical Director

Being discharged from an inpatient program can be intimidating. For many, it means that you are going to immerse yourself back into reality, which might mean facing triggers and your addiction head-on.

Not everyone is ready to pick up where they left off once they finish inpatient treatment. Some people need a little more support for the first month after being hospitalized, and that’s okay. It’s also not unexpected.

Outpatient services often work as a bridge for those leaving inpatient. They can become more comfortable leaving the facility and heading into the real world while returning for therapy and treatment.

But, some people need an extra level of care, which is where an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) comes into play.

What To Expect in an IOP:

When you enter into an Intensive Outpatient Program, there are different requirements you need to meet. These all pertain to the methods of treatment, different activities to participate in, and your overall recovery journey.

In an IOP, you will attend both individual therapy and group therapy. This will allow you to understand your connection to substance abuse better and find mental health support from other people fighting substance use disorder. Community is key.

Through support groups and recreational activities, you can find common ground with other patients. During an IOP, one of our goals is to introduce you to other sober individuals so that you can continue developing healthy connections once you’ve left our facility.

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We Work With Most Major Insurance Providers Including:

  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Beacon
  • Anthem
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield

Call us to verify your insurance.

Shannon O'Donnell - Clinical Director
(866) 532-4010
Dr. Chris Healey - Medical Director

If you are looking to find a treatment option with extensive individual and group therapy, accountability, and accessibility, it may be worth taking a closer look at outpatient treatment.

Everyone deserves access to treatment for their substance use disorder, but not everyone can afford to stop what they are doing and enter an inpatient service. You might have a job that you can’t take time off from, or schoolwork that you cannot get extensions for, or maybe a family that needs you to take care of them. An active addiction can take a toll.

Outpatient services offer another way of getting treatment for your substance abuse while still maintaining some of your responsibilities. While there are many benefits to inpatient services, outpatient therapy can be just as helpful for long-term recovery.

You will still receive a high level of care while in outpatient drug or alcohol rehab.

What To Expect From Outpatient:

Outpatient services teach you how to cope with your drug or alcohol addiction and find ways to manage it when off in the real world. Those who have to return to situations where active use is happening, or there is a lack of support, can find it challenging to stay sober, but outpatient services provide you with tools and methods to control your urges.

Outpatient services offer learning opportunities so you can better understand relapse, coping mechanisms, triggers, and addiction as a disease. These services are often geared towards your own personal needs, so they take into account your environment and history with substance use.

Outpatient allows you to maintain your normal schedule while still treating your addiction, so there is a lot of responsibility and hard work that has to be put into this kind of treatment. Having family and friends that support you when you leave the facility can make the recovery process much easier.

You have to stay committed and work harder when undergoing outpatient treatment because you have the freedom to make decisions once you’re off campus. If you’re committed to the process, you’ll know where to turn for the support you need.

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We Work With Most Major Insurance Providers Including:

  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Beacon
  • Anthem
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield

Call us to verify your insurance.

Shannon O'Donnell - Clinical Director
(866) 532-4010
Dr. Chris Healey - Medical Director

Whether you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, Soba Recovery in San Antonio has a specialized treatment plan waiting to help.

Not everyone can enter into a full inpatient residential program, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find assistance with your recovery in other ways.

Others need more than just bi-weekly support groups and outpatient programs, which is where partial hospitalization can help.

Partial Hospitalization Programs can vary, but they typically run on a strict daily schedule for several hours each day. You generally arrive in the morning and leave in the mid-afternoon.

You will have daily individual therapy sessions and group meetings, all geared to meet your individual needs.

Solo sessions allow you to speak privately about concerns you have.

Group therapy brings comfort while instilling a sense of community. Addiction is isolating. Our PHP program provides reassurance that you are not alone and offers healthy places to turn to in times of stress.

Click here to start the admissions process.

We Work With Most Major Insurance Providers Including:

  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Beacon
  • Anthem
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield

Call us to verify your insurance.

Shannon O'Donnell - Clinical Director
(866) 532-4010
Dr. Chris Healey - Medical Director

A sober living home is a home or facility where one can enter who is recovering from a substance use disorder. This is the halfway point between inpatient services and returning home. If you or a loved one might struggle back at home while dealing with substance abuse, sober living might be a great alternative.

We understand that leaving inpatient treatment can be very difficult and scary for some individuals. Maybe this is because they aren’t feeling confident enough yet to be on their own or because their home situation is not a safe or supportive one. Whatever the case may be, you may find yourself wondering if there are better temporary living environments.

In San Antonio, at Soba Texas, we offer you the ability to enter sober living after inpatient treatment has come to a close. This way, you can be surrounded by like-minded individuals who all want what’s best for each other.

What Can I Expect in San Antonio Sober Living?

You might be wondering what exactly sober living entails. It might seem straightforward based on the name, but there is more to it than just being sober and living in the home. Although a sober living home has zero-tolerance, other rules and regulations exist.

Sober living does not require that you are present all the time. It encourages you to step outside and re-enter the world. You might begin taking on your old tasks, starting back at school or your job, or maybe applying for a new job. Sober living is a healthy, supportive base you can use to grow and heal.

If you or a loved one could benefit from sober living, feel free to reach out to a Soba Texas representative and discuss how to become involved. 

Shannon O'Donnell - Clinical Director
(866) 532-4010
Dr. Chris Healey - Medical Director