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National Recovery Month

The National Recovery Month has been observed in September every year since the 90s. Every September, people in recovery, their families, and communities come together to celebrate the milestones of those who are recovering from substance or behavioral addictions. During this month, recovery services providers, such as Serenity House Detox Houston, schedule events, parades, digital…

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Men’s Addiction Treatment Center

Men and women face different challenges in life and the same holds true in substance abuse treatment. That’s why Serenity House Detox Houston offers gender-specific recovery programs, such as our men’s addiction treatment center. Learn more about our men’s detox treatment and the different programs it offers to men seeking recovery in the Houston area. Our Detox Program…

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Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program Houston

The dialectical behavior therapy Houston offers helps people in need of clinical care. However, did you know that Serenity House Detox Houston also uses this approach? Even though you might only spend a short week with us, it’s a powerful tool for overcoming physical dependency. Here’s how we use the dialectical behavior therapy program Houston…

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Medication Therapy Management Program

Misusing prescription drugs is fueling America’s opioid crisis. Therefore, Serenity House Detox Houston therapists began offering a medication therapy management program. In the process, addiction specialists learned that it’s not just the painkillers that snare people. Here’s how medication therapy management Houston can count on could make a difference in your life today. Common Medication…

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Mental Health Treatment and Addiction

Many people feel surprised to learn about a dual diagnosis of a mental health problem in addition to drug or alcohol addiction. Sure, they realize they suffer addiction, but mental illness? This situation of co-occurring conditions is far more common than you expect. It makes clear the need for combined addiction and mental health treatment…