Hickory Wind Ranch located at 1013 Penion Drive in Austin, Texas provides local drug and alcohol treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse. Hickory Wind Ranch provides help for those struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Other addiction treatment options include Counseling that help those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction to get the effective treatment that they need.
For those that are seeking affordable drug rehab in Austin, Texas, then entering addiction treatment at Hickory Wind Ranch is the right choice. Hickory Wind Ranch generally accepts struggling addicts of most age groups, i.e. 18+ to enroll in their available addiction rehabilitation programs.
Hickory Wind Ranch also takes commonly accepted insurances, i.e. Most Insurances, and certain types of payment such as: American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Visa. Hickory Wind Ranch can be contacted through their website at hickorywindranch.com.
Strong 12 step recovery homes. Highly trained staff. Good people who lead from the heart.
Great staff. Long time staple of the austin sober community. You couldn’t find a better place to start this leg of your journey into a new found sober life.
Dr Nicholas Kardaras now owns HWR and is running their clinical leadership, they have a downtown outpatient center that treats both mental health and addiction, and Dr K is a well known psychologist nationwide. They help adults, adolescents and families. Their support homes are downtown and offer great services. I enjoy being a member here.
I came to Hickory Wind Ranch straight from treatment with three weeks sobriety. I was scared, raw and without tools to live life on life’s terms. However, when I walked through the door of the women’s house a sense of ease came over me. Here was a healing space where I felt safe and protected. The house manager welcomed me with open arms saying, “we already love you.” The women in the house seemed to genuinely care for one another with no strings attached. As a chronic drug abuser, this was something I was not used to. These women made it easy for me to learn how to trust and love. Though I hadn’t realized it, I was craving what Hickory Wind Ranch had to offer: community, structure and guidance. Strange to say, but the rules and chores of the house became a large part of my program. Being accountable to the house taught me how to be part of a community. House meetings and one on one sessions with Polly also became a part of my program. Here was a place where feelings and thoughts could be processed using the twelve steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. At Hickory Wind Ranch I was able to focus entirely on recovery and incorporate the principles of the program into every aspect of my life. There is a unique healing energy at this place that serves as the perfect forum for self-discovery in early sobriety. I spent eight months in sober living, during which time I transformed from a scared little girl into a woman of faith. Over those eight months I learned how to be honest, connect with a higher power and be of service to others. During my stay I saw other women like myself who were broken and sick when they got to Hickory Wind Ranch leave fully recovered. I have seen this place not only change lives but save lives. Without the twelve steps, Hickory Wind Ranch, and Polly I don’t think I would be sober today.