- Relapse Prevention Track
- Psychiatrist On Site by Appointment
- See an Addiction Doctor Once a Day
La Hacienda Treatment Center
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is not Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
La Hacienda Treatment Center has been successfully treating individuals with alcohol and other drug problems since 1972. At La Hacienda we are dedicated to reversing the progression of the compulsive craving, seeking, and usage of alcohol and other drugs. Our primary objective is to provide patients and their family members with the most appropriate level of quality care in a cost effective manner. We are committed to the concept that each patient is different and requires individualized levels and modalities of care.
The following is based on a combination of Surveys of Alumni, Staff, Loved Ones, and Reviews and Ratings from around the web.
Reviews at a Glance
Treatment was great.
Family days Older facility The location in hill country is very peaceful
Beautiful setting, thoughtful programming, employees are positive, everyone seems very dedicated to their mission Only LCDC counselors, as far as I could tell. I believe there may be a need for more h...
When I came to La Hacienda I wasn't quite ready to be 100% sober. However, they taught me the way when I was ready. After leaving La Hacienda, and ignoring their advice, I did have a relapse. But less...
I went to Laha in January of 2015. I have been clean and sober now for 18 months. Laha mainly taught me to open my mind and study myself. Most of all, be open to letting god take over. I look at Laha ...
This review is from the perspective parent. La Hacienda was definitely not the right choice for my 18 year-old daughter. I am a parent who was guided to La Hacienda by insurance coverage, internet r...
Counseling was good Not long enough The facility is only as good as the patient wants help.
YOU will fully understand the disease and why you surfer FROM it .
Location, staff Older buildings...I worked in the billing office and did not have much interaction with clients, but my general impression was that clients were well treated by staff.
Staff, curriculum, activities, privacy were all good things. Food not so good Excellent family program, off campus privileges, beautiful facility, quality staff
Compassion Incorporating family were good things. There are better rehabs out there, but this is the best in central texas.
Kind staff Too many mental issue cases mixed with addiction issue cases. I know they are linked- but some of the mental health problems were distracting, at best, and scary, at worst. The program rea...
I have struggled with substance abuse for 45 years, and now I have been sober for 6 months. All of the staff are knowledgeable and compassionate. Focus on body, mind, and spirit were very effective fo...
I\'ve been sober 9 years with out a relapse and I owe most of it to the way they helped me get clean and head out to an AA meeting.
4 years sober since attending LaHa - it\'s an amazing place. If you are willing and wanting the help, this place offers it.
I had been to an inpatient treatment place before and had not so good an experience. Five years I relapsed again. Not wanting to go back to the other place, I chose La Hacienda. I have never been trea...
Our 21 year old daughter was addicted to heroin, battling depression and anxiety, and spiraling out of control. We were referred to the 30 day Collegiate program and she completed the program and has...
My son was at Laha for 28 days , he relapsed 2 weeks after leaving la hacienda. I know this place is not fully responsible for him relapsing but I met his personal counselor/ physiologist and he didn...
my son went to LaHa for drug addiction and dual diagnosis. they never effectively addressed his addiction problem. the aftercare recommended was $20,000 and not affordable. long story short, - my son ...
went to the big book and worked directly out of it.had a spiritual experience at the tx center. excellent location,faculty and facility.
Went in after a serious boat accident where I was severely injured. I had been dxd with PTSD and depression. They took none of that into consideration when I was there seeking their expertise and guid...
I've been given an ultimatum by my children, back to rehab or no grandkids visiting me. I've attended 3 times in past 5 yrs at Choctaw treatment facility in Talihina, OK. So I attended in patient ther...
My son went to La Ha for alcoholism. The first time was good but no follow up treatment plan that was not over 20,000 per month. The second time okay, but he left hating his family. The third time h...
Long track record of long term sober patients. Many come in every Sunday to give support. That was huge to me. The MD's staff's knowledge & understanding of the disease process & no BS Straight talk ...
Great medical care. Great 12 step program & counseling. Price could be a problem if you have no insurance or are not covered by insurance.
Their reputation and location is great. However, relapse and follow up are weaknesses of the facility.
I just left La Hacienda and this treatment center is AMAZING! This was my first treatment and I feel like I am armed with the necessary ammunition to battle my alcoholism. The counselors and all the s...
I got to visit the patient and take her to lunch while she was staying here, she said that it is an effective facility. The patient like the program but there was not a lot of follow up.
It was all around great. It was a terrific facility with amazing staff.
They have great knowledge of the 12 step program. I went through the adolescent program and it really helped me. However, there are only outpatient services.
Instruction and explanations. Understanding the cause of my problems and the solutions to them. Taking the time to tailor the programs to the individual. I was looped into the college group when I sho...
Family therapy is available for you to accept your loved one's addiction. They have intense therapy but the facility was not effective.
It was ok .. Expensive and I didn't stay clean long at all. The doctors are good but it focuses too much on AA and is based of the AA book rather than the NA.
Helping you understand your disease. Giving you the tools you need to stay sober! Overall a place where you can get your life back on track, and start to feel better about your overall life.
After numerous failed attempts attending other treatment programs (both in- and outpatient), the change in my daughter has been nothing short of miraculous. Quite honestly, we would've paid 10X the p...
Both times my daughter was there she had very good counseling, group meetings and the family week was excellent. They were very helpful to me as a parent and had a psychologist on staff that was part...
Outstanding and caring staff!
My son is currently in La Hacienda treatment center, and his father and I attended four intense days of family education last week, some of which my son participated in as well. Everyone who works the...
You could have the fanciest, nicest rehabilitation facility with the best trained staff, but unless your loved one is ready to stop, it's not going to work. The staff was excellent at what they do.
I don't believe that the AA program is enough to combat the powerful disease of addiction. My friend drank the night he got home.
La Hacienda is a great place to go for recovering alcoholics/addicts. Unfortunately, it cannot guarantee recovery.
La Ha was an awesome experience for my spouse and myself. They encouraged family involvement and taught the family members a great deal about the disease we were dealing with. They have done several...
My child was 14 when he was first in the evening program and turned 16 and entered the 30 day program. Offered family weekend, also group aftercare. The Young Adult Program (YAP) at LaHa was the plac...
I expected more one-on-one treatment. Condescending staff. Put in groups that were inappropriate.
I immediately got back in step with AA.
A great place for recovery
La Hacienda is simply the best. This program enabled me to do what 7 previous treatment stays at other centers didn't. I took back my life and never went back to the darkness.
I am still sober. Must be willing to accept change!
Really helped me out.
Was thoroughly happy with treatment i would have paid more for the life changing attention I received.
LaHa was just what I needed and just in time. I had special medical issues, and they had plenty of medical personnel on staff to handle it.
Would recommend this place.
- Client & Family Support Groups
Group therapy is a vital component of addiction recovery treatment, considered as important and effective (sometimes even more so) than individual therapy. Benefits include reducing isolation and loneliness and providing the opportunity to learn from others in recovery. In the addiction setting, group therapy is run by trained professionals who guide participants toward a shared goal of recovery.
- 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.
This Center is Known For...
- Yes Detox Services
- No Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- Yes Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- Yes Outpatient Services
- Yes Sober Living Home
- Yes Day School
- No Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
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