Top Rated Outpatient Alcohol Rehab Center for Austin Residents

It can be hard to know who to trust when you are struggling with a drinking problem, or when you are trying to help an alcoholic family member. You may feel helpless and alone, or like no one really understands what you have been going through.

At Resurgence, we understand all of those concerns, but we would also like you to know that as an Austin resident you have access to what is arguably the best alcohol rehab. If you are ready to tackle your drinking problem head-on, we are here to help, so just pick up the phone and give us a call today.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

Alcohol Rehab That Allows You To Still Go To Work & School

You know you need to get help with your drinking, and you know that another round of cold turkey will not do the trick. But you also know you need to care for your family, and that you need to continue to work and go to school.

The good news is that you can have the best of both worlds with our innovative outpatient alcohol rehab program. Whether you choose the time-tested approach of our intensive outpatient program, the support of our partial hospitalization program, or something else, you will have access to the same team of dedicated men and women, all helping you take the first steps on the road to a successful recovery.

Benefits of Outpatient Alcohol Rehab

There are many approaches to getting better and getting sober, but not all of them are equally effective. Outpatient rehab in particular can have some important benefits for problem drinkers and alcoholics, including the ability to continue to work and go to school and the chance to enjoy the ongoing support of your friends and family members.

If you are ready to get started we are here to help, so pick up the phone and give us a call today. We can help you put your drinking problem in the rearview mirror, so you can pursue a life of health and sobriety.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

What To Expect During Outpatient Rehab

When it comes to getting sober, the unknown can be a scary place, but we do not want you to let that fear stand in your way. When you trust your recovery to the staff at Resurgence, you will be supported by an entire team of professionals, from the doctors and nurses on staff to the people who prepare your home-cooked meals and help nourish your body. If you are ready to get started we are here to help, so pick up the phone and give us a call today.

How Long Does Outpatient Rehab Last With Resurgence?

You know you need to seek help for your drinking problem, but you also want to get on with your life and enjoy your family in Austin. We know you are anxious to get sober and stay that way, and that is why we offer a number of treatment options to help you conquer your alcoholism once and for all.

From treatment protocols as short as 30 days to as long as 90 days, we have an option to meet your needs. All it takes to get started and learn more is a single phone call, so pick up the phone and give us a call today.

IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program)

There are many approaches to outpatient rehab, but for Austin residents, the intensive outpatient program is often the most effective. If you are looking for the structure and support of residential alcohol rehab and the freedom to work and pursue an education, our IOP can give you the best of both worlds, so pick up the phone and give us a call today.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

PHP (Partial Hospitalization Program)

Freedom and flexibility are part and parcel of the outpatient alcohol rehab experience, but it helps to have a little structure as well, and that is what our partial hospitalization program is all about. When you choose PHP, you will have extensive support as your body begins to heal, giving you the head start you need to pursue your sobriety, all while you continue to work, support your family, and get the education you will need to make tomorrow better than today.

Which Outpatient Treatment, IOP or PHP Is Right For Me?

It is easy to see outpatient alcohol treatment as a single thing, but there are actually a number of different approaches and many different protocols. Helping Austin area residents choose the outpatient approach that is best for them is what we do at Resurgence, and we invite you to give us a call today.

When you call we will help you select the best and most effective form of outpatient alcohol rehab, whether that is the IOP model, the PHP protocol, or something else entirely. You will never know until you make the call, so pick up the phone and give us a call today.

Why Choose Resurgence

At Resurgence, we know that ours is one of the best alcohol rehab programs around, and we are very proud of the outpatient treatment protocols we have designed to help our friends and neighbors heal. We know that our outpatient protocols can help you protect your family, supporting them through your hard work all while getting the help you need to put your alcoholism in the rearview mirror.

We know that we have designed treatment protocols that get results and that the options we provide have already helped many people turn their lives around. But we do not want you to take our word for it, not when there is so much on the line for yourself and the people who love you. If you are anxious to learn more and ready to turn your life around, we encourage you to pick up the phone and give us a call today. When you make that call we will go to work, helping you design a treatment protocol that works just for you, so make that call today and take the first step on the road to a better and more sober life.


Austin started as a riverside village in a buffalo-hunting area. Scouts in 1839 designated Austin as the capital of the Republic of Texas. It got its name from Stephen F. Austin who was one of the fathers of the republic. Austin was threatened by the Mexican invasion and the government only returned in 1845 when Texas also became a part of the United States. It was known as a trade center for farmers and ranchers. Once the Colorado River was controlled, industrial development began to flourish. 


Located along the Colorado River, Austin covers a 305.1 square mile area and is located 182 miles south of Dallas, 146 miles northwest of Houston, and 74 miles northeast of San Antonio. Three acritical lakes are contained within the city limits: Lake Walter E. Long, Lake Auston, and Lady Bird Lake. The lakes make up roughly 7.2 square miles of Austin. The elevation is between 425 and 1,000 feet above sea level with most of the eastern area of the city flat with rolling hills found along the western side. 


Austin is home to 961,855 people based on the 2020 U.S. Decennial Census, constituting an increase of 21.7 percent from the previous decade (790,390). Between 2000 to 2010, the only city with the fast growth rate in the U.S. was Austin. 

According to the United States Census Bureau, the demographics of the Austin area are as follows – in order from highest to lowest in 2020.

  • Non-Hispanic White: 47.1%
  • Latino or Hispanic: 32.5%
  • Asian: 8.9%
  • African American: 6.9%
  • Mixed: 3.9%

Local Government

A Council-Management government was adopted in Austin in 1942 for various reasons but was voted out in 1947. It now remains to be a Mayor-Council city. The duty of the Mayor-Council is to decide on issues such as taxation, city budget, and other ordinances.

According to the official website of The City of Austin, the city council is as follows:

  • Mayor: Steve Adler
  • District 1: Natasha Harper-Madison
  • District 2: Vanessa Fuentes
  • District 3: Sabino Renteria
  • District 4: Gregorio Casar
  • District 5: Ann Kitchen
  • District 6: Mackenzie Kelly
  • District 7: Leslie Pool
  • District 8: Paige Ellis
  • District 9: Kathie Tovo
  • District 10: Alison Alter
  • City Manager: Spencer Cronk

Austin City Hall is located at 301 W. Second St., Austin, Texas 78701

Law Enforcement

The Chief of Police of Austin is Joseph Chacon. The law enforcement agency in Austin is funded by an annual budget of $442 million as of 2018. At the time, the Austin law enforcement agency employed 2,646 people with 1,500 of those employed being officers. 

The law enforcement patrol vehicles are a combination of the models Chevrolet Tahoe and Ford Explorer. Patrol areas are split into 9 areas which are as follows:

  • Downtown Area Command
  • Southeast Area Command
  • Southwest Area Command
  • South Central Area Command
  • Northeast Area Command
  • Northwest Area Command
  • North Central Area Command
  • Central East Area Command
  • Central West Area Command

The Austin police headquarters is located at 715 E 8th St, Austin, TX 78701.


Austin has a diverse range of education options with 94 public schools and over 110 private schools. The University of Texas at Austin joins 26 other private and public universities and colleges that serve the area. Almost 45% of the people living in Austin over the age of 24 have bachelor’s degrees. 

54 of the high schools in Austin are ranked among the best high schools in the state according to a U.S. News & World Report. The college readiness index ranks Austin as an 8.1 out of 10, placing it as a higher scoring area compared to other similar-sized cities. The student-to-teacher ratio in high schools is 16 to 1.


The Austin economy had a gross domestic product of over $86 billion in 2010 and is a major center for high tech. Some of the most notable employers in the area include the following:

  • Blizzard Entertainment
  • AMD
  • IBM
  • Dell
  • Amazon
  • 3M
  • Apple
  • Dropbox
  • Arm Holdings
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • eBay
  • Electronic Arts
  • Facebook
  • Intel Corporation
  • Nvidia
  • PayPal
  • Tesla
  • Xerox
  • BioWare
  • Google

Austin is also considered a biotechnology and pharmaceutical hub with 85 companies located in the area. Whole Foods Market first made their start in Austin. 

Transportation (Buses, Ships, Airports, Highways into the city)

The transportation in Austin is favorable for business travel and materials distribution by both land and air. 


The city of Austin, TX has received awards for its excellence in several areas of importance. Among the most relevant rewards that Austin has received in recent years include the following:

  • Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR): awarded with the Top Workplaces in Greater Austin
  • Austin Energy: awarded with 2020 and 2021 ENERGY STAY Partner of the Year – Sustainable Excellence Award, Smart Energy Provider (2020, 2021), and Texas Public Power Association’s 2021 System Achievement Award
  • 311 Award of Excellence for centralized government customer service
  • Best Air Service Marketing in Western Hemisphere by Routes Americas
  • 2020 Airport Experience Award
  • 2020 Utility of the Future Today
  • #1 in the state for water conservation
  • President’s Award from the Partnership for Safe Water
  • 2016 Parking Organization of the Year
  • 2020 “100 Best Fleets”

Notable Residents

Austin is home to many famous and notable people. As one of the best cities in the U.S., it attracts people from all walks of life and some of the most notable residents of Austin, TX include the following:

  • Lance Armstrong
  • Willie Nelson
  • Owen Wilson
  • Stone Cold Steve Austin
  • Rich Beem
  • Drew Brees
  • Sandra Bullock
  • Ty Detmer
  • Matthew McConaughey
  • Nelly
  • Amber Heard
  • Ray Benson
  • Ethan Hawke
  • Eric Johnson
  • Jeff Kent
  • Kyle Chandler
  • Elijah Wood
  • Marion Jones
  • Dan Rather

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