Top Rated Outpatient Drug Rehab Center For Residents of Houston

The Resurgence, Texas location is an excellent option for outpatient rehabilitation for those living in Houston, Texas. Outpatient treatment is most beneficial for people who have already completed a full detox and a residential treatment program, and want to be supported in their return back to their lives. These programs are beneficial for those who cannot leave work, family, or other responsibilities for a long period of time.

At Resurgence, we offer the skills, therapies, groups, and the community you may need to feel confident, remain sober and successfully practice your new rehabilitation skills in real-world scenarios.

Resurgence is the top-rated outpatient drug rehab center for residents of Houston. With our strong, voluntary alumni community, our connections to sober living homes, and our various outpatient programs to suit any post-rehabilitation lifestyle, there is an individualized program for everybody.

Resurgence has a strong focus on treating the underlying causes of addiction, including co-existing and dual diagnosis, and physical and mental illnesses. This is important, as getting to the root of addiction is complicated, but necessary for a full, healthy, and long-lasting recovery.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

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

Drug Rehab that Allows You To Still Go to Work & School

There are many options available through the Resurgence outpatient programs that will allow you to go to work and school during rehab.

Our Intensive Outpatient Program gives the flexibility of maintaining a normal daily routine, while still receiving group and individual therapy. This program is most beneficial for those who have a stable home and a solid social support network, as there is a lot of freedom. The IOP encourages group therapies, where opportunities for positive, sober friendships can occur.

Our Virtual Intensive Outpatient program is for people who cannot remain in residential treatment, and live too far away from the treatment center to physically attend groups. Meetings and therapy take place through a telehealth platform online. Virtual meetings and therapy will help keep you on track while you attend to your responsibilities at home. This option is also beneficial to those with a stable home environment, with family or friends able to provide positive support.

A more structured option is a sober living home. This is an excellent option for those who have completed residential treatment and want a more structured home environment as they return to their lives. Sober homes are all different, with different rules, but there are many where residents are free to come and go to work or school, as long as they adhere to rules such as drug tests, curfews, and house chores.

Benefits of Outpatient Drug Rehab

Some of the benefits of outpatient drug rehab are:

  • Freedom to return to responsibilities like work, family, and school
  • Continued support through meetings and therapy
  • The ability to apply newly learned coping mechanisms to real-life scenarios
  • Access to a new, sober community
  • Continued structure and support, tailored to your individual needs
  • Creating new friendships and attending new activities that foster a sober lifestyle
  • Never feeling alone in your recovery after inpatient rehab
  • The opportunity to help and support others in their recovery
  • Virtual assistance or therapies if needed

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

Outpatient rehab is tailored to the individual needs of each patient. The best candidate for an outpatient program is somebody who is no longer experiencing physical withdrawal symptoms and has already completed an inpatient rehabilitation program. Some long-term, chronic addictions will require long-term rehab within the facility before moving to an outpatient program.

Each treatment program will consist of an assessment, professional interventions, education, group sessions, therapy, and up to seven days a week of outpatient care, where you can visit any Resurgence center to attend our evidence-based support groups like SMART Recovery, or a traditional 12-Step program, or for a scheduled therapy session. We have a robust alumni network, with reunions and outings, that will help people remain positive and supported long after completing treatment.

How Long Does Outpatient Rehab Last With Resurgence?

Drug addiction does not end once you walk out the door of an inpatient rehab program. With Resurgence, outpatient rehab can take as long as you need. Our main goal is to offer continued support in as many ways as possible, through group sessions, therapy appointments, and other voluntary alumni events like barbecues, meetings, and outings, so you always have somebody to reach out to. Our outpatient programs give opportunities to foster healthy, sober, friendships, as well as teaching and reinforcing the skills learned during recovery.

Why Choose Resurgence?

At Resurgence, our focus is not only treating addiction, but also the underlying and co-occurring disorders that may accompany addiction, like trauma, or physical and mental health conditions. This type of whole-patient approach will make it more likely for you to create a long-lasting transformation that can lead to long-term recovery success.

Our staff is highly experienced and empathetic, with about half of them in recovery themselves.

We offer dual diagnosis, and have various therapies and programs, from detox and inpatient clinical care to therapies like:

  • Medical Assisted Treatment (MAT)
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT)
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Experiential Therapy
  • Trauma-Informed Therapy
  • Equine Therapy (Texas location)

We also offer:

  • Pet-friendly facilities
  • Couple’s rehab
  • Family therapy
  • Physical fitness and nutritional support
  • Outings to local attractions and nature
  • Vocational training
  • Life skills training
  • A robust alumni network
  • Sober living home referrals

With continued support and guidance from our staff, our outpatient programs are designed to help you take back control of your life. We take most insurance plans and offer payment plans for those paying in cash. Contact us, and we can help design a custom plan for your unique and individual needs. We are here to help and will walk you through the admission process step-by-step, and answer any questions you may have.


The city of Houston was founded in 1937 and served as the temporary capital of the Republic of Texas within a year. Named after Sam Houston, of the Texas Army, who won independence from Mexico. In 1901, there was a large discovery of oil which led to significant industrial development for the city. The city has continued to expand over time, even opening a command post of U.S. Astronauts in the 1960s. Today the city holds a lot of history and many attractions for tourists.


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  • Ample rainfall, averaging 49.8 in annually


  • The 2020 U.S. census estimated Houston’s population at 2,304,280
  • Average income is $84,179
  • Median age is 33 years
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  • Has the 3rd largest Hispanic population in the U.S., with about 400,000 undocumented immigrants in the area

Racial and ethnic populations are as follows:

  • Hispanic or Latino: 45.0%
  • Black or African American: 22.6%
  • Whites (Non-Hispanic): 24.4%
  • Asian: 6.8%

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Houston has a strong mayor-council government, with elected officials serving four-year terms

  • District A: Amy Peck
  • District B: Tarsha Jackson
  • District C: Abbie Kamin
  • District D: Caroyln Evans-Shabazz
  • District E: Dave Martin
  • District F: Tiffany D. Thomas
  • District G: Mary Nan Huffman
  • District H: Karla Cisneros
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  • District K: Martha Castex-Tatum
  • At-Large Position 1: Mike Knox
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  • At-Large Position 3: Michael Kubosh
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Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

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