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230 Deer Ridge Dr,
Round Rock, TX 78681
“The staff at Rise made sure all my issues were taken care of so I could concentrate on taking care of myself. They have a team of doctors and certified staff that work on your underlining problems. Your voice is heard. I was also never asked about money. these guys really do care.”
Entering Rise detox, I had little faith in getting sober since I had already been through many detox centers. The attention and medical care I received at Rise made me realize that maybe I did have a chance at getting sober. My case manager worked with my family and I to get into residential treatment and now sober living. Today I am sober and still work with my case manager. My life is progressively getting better every day. Without Rise I am positive I’d still be in my addiction.
I am so grateful for Rise playing a monumental role in my recovery. From the initial phone call, to my hospital stay, and the follow up, the entire staff have become family. I was welcomed with open arms without judgement. Im proud to say I am still sober and without the aid of Rise Recovery Services I would be lost.
Rise has been a lifesaving step in my recovery, detox is a very scary time in a person’s life when their addictions have taken over and they cannot quit on their own. When I went into Rises care I was terrified and unwilling to trust anyone. My case manager came to see me and treated me like a human being which helped break down my walls. All of my options were laid out clearly and in a way that did not seem overwhelming and unachievable. He worked with the treatment center and made sure my insurance covered it. While I was there, he continued to check up on me. Uon leaving residential treatment we talked about next steps and answered any questions I had about continued care in recovery. I am blessed to have found Rise Recovery services and without them still be trapped in my addiction with the feeling of hopelessness.