Infinite Recovery

4.7 (17 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
6404 Ridge Oak Rd
Austin, TX 78749
8554584897 Visit Website

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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is not Accepted

Treatment Insights

Our mission is to help everyone suffering from addiction, from client to the family, heal. We do this through personally tailored therapy and ongoing proactive engagement with clients. Infinite Recovery is a calm, distraction free space for people suffering from addiction to recover in a manner fit to their needs.” We believe in the power of second chances. We have poured our hearts into every aspect of the Infinite experience; from our campuses to our programming. Our vision is to create an ecosystem that allows guests to discover their authentic self and live a life of true freedom and purpose.

Infinite Recovery Reviews and Ratings Details

The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.

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Out of all of the short-term residential facilities I've worked at and been too personally, Infinite Recovery has been the best on by far. The level of intensive work paired with accountability that t...


I definitely feel like the staff cares about our recovery, and I have a new outlook on all aspects of life.


Great program with great people. I would definitely recommend Infinite.


i am extremely grateful for this program. it has been the most humbling and rewarding experience of my life! the staff really cares about the clients and are all very passionate about helping others. ...


I am blown away by the care and personal approach the staff takes for the each individual client. The unique continuum of care Infinite Recovery has to offer will completely turn your loved one's life...


I've been to a lot of treatment facilities and this is by far the best one


The level of understanding this facility offers for drug addiction and alcoholism is truly amazing. Pairing the 12 steps and clinical approach and offering a continuum of care is crucial for a success...


Family and team oriented facility with proven methods that work that anyone who spends a period of time with will thrive in and feel a part of.


Infinite Recovery is an amazing treatment center that truly cares about their clients. They put their heart & soul into everything that they do, which is evident in their interactions with their clien...


Infinite Recovery has a strong support system in place for clients from detox, transitional living, IOP, Sober living to a successful life in recovery and in their communities.


treatment is effective however, struggles with consistently being fully staffed


I have not received treatment here but my experience with witnessing the level of care and treatment provided to clients is very satisfactory.


Such a great facility. The people who work there are passionate about helping others recover from addiction.


This facility has staff that are in recovery and it makes it feel like they really know what they are talking about when you relay your own story, which helps to know that they have been where you are...


The staff at Infinite Recovery is extremely passionate about not only the work they do but the clients they work with.


Infinite Recovery is first rate facility, with staff members who are experts in substance abuse and mental health. Infinite provides a full continuum of care to clients, which truly saves lives. Stren...

Areas of Focus
Medical Detoxification

Though not all rehab facilities offer “medical detoxification,” all people with an addiction to drugs or alcohol will experience intense physical and emotional changes and discomfort as their bodies react to withdrawal of the addictive substance. Many people use the term “detox” to refer to the period of time (ranging from a few days to a week) when the body is reacting to an addict’s decision to stop using.

Individualized Treatment

Some facilities have an addiction treatment protocol that all patients or clients are expected to follow, while others customize or individualize treatment based on a person’s unique needs and circumstances. Factors that may affect treatment decisions include age, lifestyle, medical conditions, type of drug, religious beliefs, etc.

Residential Treatment

Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.

Dual Diagnosis/Co-occurring Disorders Treatment

These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.

Alumni Testimonials
  • I have been to a several treatment centers and none of them compare in knowledge, balance of program (clinical and 12 step), and the care or staff as much as Infinite Recovery. They have undoubtedly helped save my life and shown me how to live life happy, successfully, and sober. One of the best things about Infinite is definitely the staff. They genuinely care about every client and are able to help each one individually in different ways to be able to maximize their usefulness. They know when to challenge your beliefs as well as comfort you regarding sensitive subjects. I love the accountability, that was and continues to be brought to me, from a place of care and love rather than judgement and resentment. All staff is also very knowledgeable regarding the Big Book and present it in various ways to help everyone understand the message being portrayed. They also offer an amazing family program that any alumni can attend even after finishing programming, in order to better family relationships/dynamics. I am especially thankful to Alicia who has pushed me from day 1 and pushed and challenged my beliefs. My family and I thank you Infinite for all you have done for us!
    Jared P.
  • I am so grateful that a place like Infinite Recovery exists!! I have struggled with drug addiction for 20+ years, have attended countless treatment centers and have had various stints of sobriety. Infinite showed me what my previous recovery was lacking and then worked with me to build a solid foundation for my new life. The classes are phenomenal and the staff has such a genuine care and love for each and every client that walks through the door. If you are struggling with addiction/ alcoholism and /or can’t seem to get or stay sober, I would highly recommend giving Infinite a call. Don’t ever give up on yourself and know that it is possible for you to have the lasting sobriety and beautiful life that you have always wanted.
    Sierra B.
  • I've never had an experience like the one I've had at Infinite Recovery. I have been to 12 impatient treatments and countless IOPs and the treatment I received their is God given. I am a veteran with PTSD and I've struggled with trying to find help. The therapists they have there are amazing they do 1 on 1 with you specially talking about what you struggle with. They have a remarkable trauma group which helps you learn how to cope with life. I honestly don't know where this southern Louisiana boy would be right now if it wasn't for Infinite. I really honestly want to thank everyone there it is one special place I'll never forget the people there or the client's I've had a blast.
    Jeff D
  • My time at Infinate was amazing. The genuineness and care from the staff was something that was key to my success. I was living a life that was going no where and I felt that I had no purpose. Infinate was given me the tools and support that I needed to find purpose in myself and accept myself for who I am. I am grateful for my time and experience with Infinate Recovery.
    Logan E.
  • A year ago I was in a place where I didn’t think there was much left for me, and I felt I didn’t have anyone or anywhere to turn to help me. When I stumbled into Infinite Recovery I was gifted an experience greater than anything I expected. It was the staff that helped me gain faith that I could build a sober, content life like they had. I was able to go through the full continuum of residential, PHP, IOP, aftercare while living in one of their sober living houses. It was here I learned to apply the things they told me to do to my life and learn to build lasting relationships with the people around me. Even after being finished with programming and moved out of sober living, Infinite Recovery is still very much involved in my life. When tough times arise I trust Infinite Recovery’s support. All I have to do is something that they taught me, and it’s to reach my hand out for help. It’s there I can honestly say I’m a part of a family, a part of something much bigger than myself and for that I am so grateful.
    Matthew B.
  • Infinite recovery embraces the love and care that recovery is all about. Infinite has given me through my own willingness a second chance at life. I’m grateful for the loving and caring staff that inhabits these walls of both the residential and outpatient buildings. They make early recovery feel like a blessing and worth wild. Due to their continue support my life looks bright for the first time in a long time and I am for ever grateful for that. I had been through infinite in the past and watching this place grow and flower into the beautiful rose it has become is something I myself am grateful for. I would recommend infinite to anyone who wants an overall better way of life, and is willing to accept that beautiful life infinite can help guide you to and teach you about. What is different than any other treatment center is I feel like I have a personal relationship with every staff member here including the owner and they genuinely care.
    Andrew C.
Key Staff Members
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    Michael Dadashi - Co-Founder & CEO

    Our CEO Michael is the heart of Infinite Recovery. Clean and sober since 2009, Michael replaced his old attitudes with a new set of principles that motivated him to extend the same Life-saving second chances he had received to others struggling with addiction. He started by employing other recovering addicts at his e-waste recycling business, MHD Enterprises, which he has owned for more than a decade. Defying just about every possible conventional hiring practice, he grew MHD into an award-winning company. In 2014, Michael took his mission to help addicts rebuild their lives one step further by opening Infinite Recovery. His goal was to provide a full continuum of care by equipping clients with the tools and support necessary for a successful second chance at life. In 2017 with the help of his talented wife, Ylianna, we launched a medical detox and residential facility and realized Michael’s dream of providing a full continuum of care. Michael has the unique ability to bridge the gap between business and service to others. Michael supports various non-profit organizations such as Facing Addiction, Recovery People, Lifesteps, Austin Community College Foundation and serves on the board of Communities for Recovery and Teen and Family Services. Michael’s definition of success is to live life with complete purpose and passion for all he does both personally and professionally.

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    Ylianna Dadashi - Co-Founder & Chief Branding Officer

    Ylianna is the creative genius behind the look and feel of Infinite Recovery. Her mission is to create a positive experience and a lasting impression for clients and employees alike. As a designer and licensed realtor, Ylianna also directs all real estate ventures and development. A McAllen native, Ylianna was the reigning Miss Texas USA in 2015. In July 2015 she went on to represent Texas in the Miss USA pageant placing as first runner-up to Miss USA. Dividing her time between school and traveling for her reign, she graduated from the University of the Incarnate Word with a bachelors degree in Communication Arts. Shortly after Miss USA, Ylianna married the man of her dreams Michael Dadashi and moved to Austin, Texas. Ylianna works with various non-profit organizations such as the Austin Community College Foundation, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Easter Seals, Proyecto Desarollo Humano and the Texas Children’s Hospital to name a few. Her love for children has allowed her to give back and inspire young people in Texas by teaching them to “always believe” in themselves and the beauty of their goals. She took her love for helping children to launch her own 501c3, The Heartwater Foundation, whose mission is to “Improve the lives of children suffering from extreme poverty and disease (with a specific focus on addiction) Ylianna is a Certified Yoga Instructor that enjoys spiritual retreats, travel, cooking, family time and service work.

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    Robin Lindeman - Clinical Director

    Robin brings years of experience in all areas of the recovery industry to Infinite Recovery. Prior to Infinite, Robin was part of Right Step’s Admission and Clinical Team. She translated her admission, clinical and communication skills into her positions at Infinite where she excelled in Admissions, Utilization Review, Clinical Staffing and Compliance Specialization. Not only does Robin have experience, but her passion for recovery is personal. Robin has been a person in long-term recovery for going on a decade and her passion is to help others achieve the same level of freedom and happiness that she has as a result of sobriety.

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    Dr. Keith Garcia - Medical Director

    A native of Texas, Keith Garcia was born in Houston, attended Rice University, and completed a combined MD/PhD program at The University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. Dr. Garcia pursued residency training in Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, where he remained as faculty until 2010. Dr. Garcia relocated to Austin to continue his academic career with the Dell Medical School and Seton Family of Hospitals. Throughout his academic career, Dr. Garcia has cared for patients with co-occurring substance use and psychiatric conditions across the spectrum of treatment settings including inpatient, outpatient and partial hospitalization programs. In 2017, Dr. Garcia left academics to start his own practice and has focused on providing psychiatric care to people suffering with addiction. Dr. Garcia is a Board Certified in Psychiatry by the ABPN. He has published over 20 articles and chapters across a wide range of topics, has provided mentorship to numerous resident psychiatrists and students, but is most rewarded by working with at team to provide clinical care to patients.