Dr. Powers joined Right Step and Promises Austin as chief medical officer in 2006. Originally trained and board certified in family medicine, Dr. Powers re-dedicated his career to helping addicts and their families after he personally faced addiction in 2003. He is now also board certified in addiction medicine and develops programs that help addicted individuals and their families embrace the healing path of recovery. Dr. Powers has been recognized four times as a top addiction doctor by H Texas Magazine, and is currently secretary/treasurer of the Texas chapter of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and a local expert for The Partnership at Drugfree.org. Dr. Powers is also the author of the comprehensive book about addiction When the Servant Becomes the Master.
The Right Step - Dallas Central
- Insurance is Accepted
- Financing is not Available
- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
The Right Step has been treating patients with chemical dependency issues for more than 20 years. Staffed by compassionate and experienced professionals, the Euless/ Ft. Worth facility offers gender-separate residential addiction treatment for adults, as well as a chronic relapse program. Treatment is multidisciplinary, 12-Step based and individually tailored to each client.
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
The staff embarrasses themselves with the way they treat clients and their families. They are rude, condescending and manipulative. This place used to be gender separate (as it should be) but now it's...
I WAS IN INPATIENT IN EULESS. THE PLACE WAS FANTASTIC. THOUGHT ME A NEW WAY OF LOOKING AT THINGS AND NEW WAYS TO HANDLE THEM I AM CLEAN OVER A YEAR. RIGHT STEP GAVE ME BACK MY LIFE. I AM FOREVER GRATE...
Found the other people on the unit more helpful than any of the staff. Zero Communication between staff. In my short time there. I had nothing but negative experiences with the staff except for the Ps...
Pretty decieving on the site and images for Euless center . Pretty disorganized and wasn’t exactly told what to expect going in voluntarily . Wasn’t welcomed or comforted at all coming in just bro...
There are not many options for drug and alcohol residential treatment in the DFW area, and this is one of the better options. If you are serious about getting a foothold on your abuse, this is as good...
I was in Euless Tx at Rightstep in 09/15 I am sober today thanks to the counselors and programs I received there. At the age of 63 I had tried other facilities gaining no more than 6mo sobriety. I hav...
I really question the reviews listed for this center. I left there recently and I was extremely disappointed. Many of the amenities/benefits were exaggerated or outright untrue. For example, I was tol...
I have been sober for six months now since I left TRS-Euless. I recently married the love of my life. Simply put they saved my life. Very very awesome staff. Very professional.
Location was a strength, but staffing was a downfall. Save your money and go to AA.
The doctor who is the addiction specialist n head of the facility was a strength of the facility. This was a life changing experience for me n fortunately for me i was able to transition to the halfwa...
It helped my mother with her alcohol addiction. She is now a much happier, healthier person.
Great service. They treated well, i am very musch satisfied.
Easy to follow 12-step program, sponsor program, highly encouraged companionship, family very often involved in treatment. Weaknesses: Dirty, lack of nutritional food options, distracting, leisure act...
The staff truly care about patients recovery. The costs are a little too high for a patient that needs to stay longer. I was able to focus on getting myself healthy and the staff were able to show me ...
the people make the difference, very caring. I had no complants. they helped me get my life back in order and never judged me.
it had a lot of staff on site and lenient policies, but the security was nonexistent and patients could leave anytime. I do not think a facility should allow visitors without searches as it was a drug...
offers various medications to help with abstinence. their steps to recovery is easily attainable.
Strengths: One on one care also good group therapy. The alanon was particularly good. I felt safe and respected, no one judged me nor did I worry about my business getting shared outside the group
good workers and doctors
helpful, hardworking, kind.
They were very friendly and helpful
Strengths: clean, works with families and affordable. Weaknesses: many patients. liked the facility and i hope that it worked.
well cared for grounds, friendly and understanding staff, wonderful care, family involvement programs. prices can be high for lower income families. I witnessed this facility help transform the life o...
The Right Step helped saved my life. The staff was compassionate and knowledgable. There was individual and group therapy, as well as educational classes and outside 12 step meetings. The Chef did a g...
Strengths: excellent food Outside trips to NA mtgs. Weakensses: no exercise facilities. I was great the time I needed help the most in my life
the counselors were great but could use a little more outdoor activity. affordable, excellent counselors, good program.
The counseling was perfect and included group, individual, and family to correct the problems that caused the drinking. Staff is courteous and helpful at all times. Some issues for others concerning ...
they care about thier patients. they don't have free aftercare. They seperate the men and women and i feel like thats a big plus.
My son was admitted to the 30 day adolescent program by his own wishes. We expected a great experience since he was asking for help on his own. Every one seemed very helpful. However, all that changed...
The staff was wonderful; however, the accommodations were subpar. It was an overall affordable option.
The first day I got there, the facility was absolutely filthy. Then, I was told to hide any money I had because people would steal from me. Then, they kept us away from phones unless it was dinner tim...
Was a very clean facility. I would recommend this facility to others.
Although the facility was sometimes short staffed, the staff was very competent and great overall. It was also a safe and clean environment.
I was comfortable and received all I needed. I am still sober. Unfortunately I believe they are under different ownership now.
My son is doing great. He is looking for a job. Since he left he has been communicating better and smiling a lot more. I would reccomend this rehab to other people. They really took care of my son. He...
There was informative instruction.
Good entry level facility because of price -- not effective enough for long-term recovery. Didn't help our son recover as much as hoped for.
Refers clients to facilities all over the country. Very cost effective with very good support staff. Would send member of my own family there. Do not get paid for referrals.
Great, changed my life and my thinking.
The Right Step DFW was and still is a huge part of my recovery. After 3 years of chronic relapsing and 6 months in another treatment facility, I had the knowledge of the tools necessary for sobriety b...
(My loved one) has improved self-awareness and life skills, such as ability to handle stress, anger, and anxiety. Better attitude/motivation to change, and has stopped abusing addictive substances
Facility was very good about working with me on payment.
I have 17 years experience working in treatment programs...(Right Step) is dedicated to providing quality care...(needs to improve) Discharge Planning.
- Inpatient Detoxification
Individuals in need of withdrawal assistance are provided professionally monitored medical detoxification services in a clinical setting for optimal results. Detox may last between three and five days and is followed by additional care upon discharge as desired.
- Chronic Relapse Program
For those who have been in treatment before or who have been struggling to stay sober, The Right Step’s chronic relapse program uses proven methods to help clients prevent relapse before it happens. Specially trained staff helps clients gain insight into their roadblocks to recovery and create a specific action plan for addressing triggers following treatment.
Jason Powers, M.D - Chief Medical Officer
Julie De Nofa - Regional Vice President, Texas
Julie joined The Right Step in 2006 as corporate director of nursing and utilization management Julie is a Certified Addiction Registered Nurse and she is also an active member of The International Nurses Society on Addictions. Her nursing background and experience in the field of addiction help her instill a culture of compassion throughout the entire The Right Step and Promises Austin organization. Julie’s career began in Philadelphia, PA over 20 years ago, providing care to those afflicted with mental illness, then with chemical dependency, where she found her niche. Julie volunteers with The Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses (TPAPN) as a participant advocate and serves as a committee member for the TPAPN Advisory Board. Julie’s passion is to advance excellence in addiction treatment through staff development, education, advocacy, and collaboration with the highly talented group of individuals at The Right Step. Julie believes strongly in finding balance between work and home and enjoys spending time with her family. Her three children provide a never-ending source of non-stop activity and her volunteerism extends to the schools and her community.
This Center is Known For...
- Relapse Prevention
- Separate Groups for Men and Women
- Individual Counseling
- Yes Detox Services
- Yes Behavioral Disorder Treatment
- No Dual-Diagnosis Treatment
- Yes Outpatient Services
- No Sober Living Home
- Yes Day School
- Yes Private Rooms
- No Pet Friendly
- No Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
- No Men Only
- No Women Only
Licensing & Memberships
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