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Right Step opens new outpatient treatment location in Houston

August 11, 2011
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Houston — The Southwest’s largest drug and alcohol treatment company has become even larger with the opening of Right Step Galleria at 2630 Fountainview, Suite 370, Houston, TX 77057. The center will focus on counseling adults and adolescents who are suitable for outpatient addiction treatment or who have successfully completed inpatient treatment.
The center will provide confidential, quality care to some of Houston’s most affluent neighborhoods: Tanglewood, River Oaks, Memorial, West University, Bellaire and other “close in” areas.

Each member of the Right Step Galleria licensed counseling staff has more than 20 years experience in behavioral health and/or substance abuse treatment. They offer professional intervention services and an eight-week program that is Twelve Step-based and provides clients with the tools and support systems necessary to “live life sober,” as the company motto professes.

Linda Snook, Right Step Galleria manager stresses, “Our Saturday treatment hours (as well as weekdays) and easy-access location one block off Westheimer make us extremely convenient. We work with virtually all major medical insurance plans so we’re also affordable. All this ease of service coupled with our senior-level, professional care makes this Right Step location the ‘right choice’ for many,” Snook said. “And the toll-free appointment line (1.87. SOBRIETY or 1.877.628.4389) is answered 24/7.”

“I am proud to offer people (who require professional addiction treatment) in this very popular section of the city access to the very highest level of care (accredited by the prestigious Joint Commission),” said George Joseph, CEO of TRS Behavioral Care, Inc., Right Step’s parent company. “Our corporate philosophy is to be where people need us—we also have 10 other Houston-area centers from Baytown to The Woodlands—and the Galleria office is centrally located in the heart of the city.”


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