Alcohol Rehab in Cypress Inpatient and Outpatient Texas State Licensed Joint Commission Accredited

Inpatient
16303 Grant Rd. Cypress, TX 77429
281-516-6200

Outpatient
30903 Quinn Rd Tomball, TX 77375
281-351-6644

Chemical Dependency Outpatient
30903 Quinn Rd Tomball, TX 77375
281-351-6644

Convenient to the North Houston Area

Program Schedule
Monday – Saturday
8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Inpatient Alcohol Rehab in Cypress, TX

Lone Star Behavioral Health is licensed by the state of Texas to provide medically supported alcohol detox treatment, medically supported drug detox treatment, residential drug and alcohol rehab, and intensive outpatient treatment.

Alcohol Treatment Center | Alcohol Rehab in Cypress Texas

Alcohol abuse is a chronic and often relapsing disease in which individuals have a pattern of excessive alcohol consumption despite the negative consequences it can cause.

These consequences can include social problems, relationship challenges, domestic and child abuse, problems with job performance, legal issues, and many negative health effects. Despite knowing these harmful consequences, someone who abuses alcohol is unable to stop drinking. Did you know that over 15 million individuals in the United States struggle with alcoholism or alcohol abuse.

You CAN make the change right now. You CAN take your life back.
Call us now (281) 516-6200.
 

Consider Lone Star Behavioral Health for Alcohol Treatment

Individuals who begin down the path from problem drinking to alcoholism find that the long-term consequences of their alcohol abuse have caused problems in almost every aspect of their lives.

Alcoholics will often find themselves jobless, homeless, divorced, incarcerated, and struggling to maintain their health. Alcohol abuse causes serious damage to nearly every organ system in the body and is responsible for many social problems such as drunk-driving, reckless endangerment, and violence. The caring medical staff at Lone Star knows that the problems you face are not impossible to overcome. When you put in the right amount of effort and work, you can get sober and begin to rebuild your life.

If you have any questions or need guidance, please call us (281) 516-6200.

If you have made the decision to come and stay with us, please take a look at our Patient Belonging Guidelines.