Long term, residential treatment services, ranging from medical stabilization, residential treatment, outpatient to sober living.

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Open Community Model


The primary component of the Brazos program is intensive work with the peer group through dynamic group counseling. Included in group counseling are process groups that focus on talking about our emotions and how to learn to cope in a healthy manner, as well as educational groups, step lectures, tradition lectures, and a line by line dissection of the Alcoholics Anonymous basic text. At Brazos, we hold groups five days a week for a minimum of 20 hours per week. The primary focus is how we help each other recover from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body through working the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Dr. Bob had Bill W., and at Brazos you have a whole team of professionals who have gone down the same road to freedom and who will walk with you and your loved ones, illuminating the way to permanent sobriety. We also teach you how to work with your peers so that once you complete treatment you are equipped to carry the message and pass on your experience, which is vital to maintaining your own sobriety. We have a smaller population at Brazos and we are gender specific, which allows a lot of personal attention and growth to happen. At Brazos, you are not a number; you are a human being and are treated as such.


Residential Program Level System

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Level 1

STEPS 1-4

Participation in daily programming

Outside AA/CA meetings

Weekly store trips

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Level 2

STEPS 5-12

Participation in daily programming

Outside AA/CA meetings

Weekly store trips

Weekly ten minute phone call to family/loved ones

Gym privileges

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Level 3

Daily application of Steps 1-12

Participation in daily programming

Outside AA/CA meetings

Weekly store trips

Weekly ten minute phone call to family/loved ones

Gym privileges

Weekly two hour campus family visitation

Practice carrying the message of hope and working with others by mentoring peers

Camping, fishing, hiking, and other off-campus therapeutic excursions

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Level 4

Continue daily disciplines and growing in understanding and effectiveness of all twelve steps

Participation in daily programming

Outside AA/CA meetings

Weekly store trips

Weekly twenty minute cell phone privileges

Gym privileges

Weekly two hour campus family visitation

Mentor peers

Camping, fishing, hiking, and other off-campus therapeutic excursions

Carry the message to jails and local treatment centers

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