Drug Prevention & Treatment
KERRKIND, the Kerr County Inter-agency Directory, is a listing of important support, emergency, resource, and hand up agencies, non-profits and organizations serving the Kerr County and surrounding areas communities.
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To provide counseling and educational programs through the use of HORSES to both individuals and groups. Our organization specializes in addiction recovery and prevention with an emphasis on the impact of trauma, the neuroscience of human/horse brain development and the role relationship plays in the recovery and healing of individuals. We empower the broken hearted with choices that will put them on the courageous path of rebuilding their lives and living and loving from a place of wholeheartedness. It is our belief that we are all hardwired for connection, and it is only through presenting our authentic, imperfect selves to the world that we are able to come truly alive, genuinely connect and then go on to live from a place of purpose.
Eligibility: High school age and higher; the client(s) will be seen as often as deemed appropriate.
ADDRESS: 673 Town Creek, Kerrville, TX 78028
HOURS: Tuesday-Thursday by appointment; Weekend group educational programs or family counseling
CONTACT: Malinda Simmons
HILL COUNTRY MHDD – KERR MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC
To provide mental health services delivered through a Disease Management Model: Treatment of major depression, bipolar and/or schizophrenia disorders that focuses on an individual’s outcomes, selected services, tools, and strengths in order for them to recover. Outpatient drug and alcohol counseling is offered.
ADDRESS: 955 Water Street, Kerrville, TX 78028
PHONE: 830-257-6553 OR 1-888-445-5232 (toll free)
CONTACT: Shannon Gray, Clinic Director
CRISIS LINE: 877-466-0660
HILL COUNTRY MHDD CENTERS
To provide compassionate care that offers people hope, support and recovery while supporting an individuals’ desire to live to their fullest potential. For those diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities or experiencing mental health challenges, services are provided for children & adolescents, co-occurring psychiatric and substance use disorder, crisis stabilization unit, intellectual and developmental disabilities services, counseling, psychosocial rehabilitation, justice involved services, mental/behavioral health, Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT), peer services, family partner, substance use disorder outpatient services, case management, veteran services, youth crisis rescue, case management, and 24/7 crisis services.
ADDRESS: 955 Water Street, Kerrville, TX 78028 [Serves 19 counties]
HOURS: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
CONTACT: Tod Citron, Landon Sturdivant, Kelsi Biggott, Lisa Cisneros, or Joan Cortez
LAHACIENDA TREATMENT CENTER
To provide outreach services, family support, and 12-step meetings after discharge from treatment. The staff is skilled in accepting each individual for who and where they are then providing an individual plan for recovery. Adult programs and programs for men are provided. Treatment is provided for alcoholism, dual diagnosis, mental health and substance abuse, and opioid addiction. Levels of care include outpatient, 12-step, and alternate support. Clinical services include family therapy, group therapy, individual therapy, and life skills. Private insurance and self-pay options are accepted.
ADDRESS: 429 Earl Garrett Street
Kerrville, TX 78028
HELP LINE: 888-771-6276 (available 24/7)
SAN ANTONIO COUNCIL ON ALCOHOL AND DRUG AWARENESS (SACADA)
HILL COUNTRY COUNCIL ON ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE (HCCADA)
To provide prevention programs and services, education and outpatient treatment & recovery support for Bandera, Bexar, Kendall & Kerr Counties. Most substance use prevention services are free of charge & include youth prevention programs taught in elementary, middle, & high schools; adult & community prevention presentations; & fun, creative activities for school districts, civic & parent organizations, & senior centers. We can provide presentations on stress relief, bullying, communication skills & journaling. We also provide mental health awareness training &, for a fee, alcohol & drug assessments. Education services include court ordered classes like the Drug Offender Education Program, DWI Education and DWI Intervention, referral services, Victim’s Impact Panel, Alcohol Awareness/Minor in Possession courses, & tobacco counseling & education. HCCADA’s Kerrville office also conducts 5-Panel Hair Follicle drug tests. Outpatient treatment & recovery services include individual & group counseling. Parent Awareness & Drug Risk Education (PADRE), & recovery support services.
ADDRESS: 102 Business Drive, Kerrville, TX 78028
HOURS: Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
GROUP COUNSELING: Monday – Wednesday 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
CONTACT: Andrea Salazar, ACPS Director Youth Prevention; Phone: 830-428-8797
Kristen Staton, Youth Prevention Specialist; Phone: 210-225-4741 (Ext. 5010)
EMAIL: email@example.com (Andrea Salazar)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Kristen Staton)
WEBSITES: HCCADA – www.hccada.org; SACADS – www.sacada.org
STARLITE RECOVERY CENTER
To provide a personalized treatment plan that is based on a thorough assessment of the person’s unique needs and goals. For 65 years, Starlite has provided life-changing treatment for substance use disorders. A comprehensive range of services provides the necessary skills and strategies to achieve long-term sobriety. Program options include cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy, focused services for members of the LGBTQ community, incorporation—if desired--of Christian principles in the individual’s care, and programs for veterans and active military members. If you are in a state of crisis, call 911. If you feel you are in danger to yourself or others, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or 911.
Eligibility: Adults 18 and older of all genders who are struggling with substance use disorders and certain co-occurring mental health concerns
ADDRESS: 230 Mesa Verde Drive, Center Point, Texas 78010