Starlite Recovery Center - LGBT+ Program

Serving Unique Needs

For clients identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender-queer, intersex, or asexual (LGBT+), addiction to alcohol and other drugs can be a complex issue. Some of the primary issues these clients face on their journey to recovery include depression, anxiety, and trauma; feelings of shame, guilt, and rejection; confusion and self-identity conflicts. The caring staff at Starlite understands the unique needs of these clients and knows that with the right care and support, lifelong recovery from the disease of addiction is possible.

Comprehensive Treatment Experience

As Texas’ leading drug and alcohol treatment center, Starlite recognizes and appreciates that each individual client brings their own unique background and set of life experiences that makes them who they are today. We strive to offer rehab programming that meets our clients’ needs, both in their lives and in their recovery. Research has shown that LGBT+-identifying clients benefit from uniquely tailored addiction rehab – treatment that is affirming and integrative. The Freedom Program provides hope and healing to these clients in a safe and supportive environment.

About the Freedom Program

  • Groups meet several times a week and are geared specifically to issues that are unique to LGBT+ individuals
  • We utilize a specialized curriculum that addresses the issues these clients have faced
  • Peer support from the community is provided
  • Lambda 12-step meetings are attended each week
  • We provide individual counseling and group counseling with significant others or family as needed
  • Clients are referred to the appropriate resource(s) post treatment for continued care

Toll Free Phone:866-220-1626
Local Phone:512-627-2880
Fax: 830-634-2532

Hours Notes: 
24 Hours, 7 Days a Week
Branch: 
All/Any
Era of Service: 
All/Any
Career Phase: 
Veterans
Active Duty or Deployed
Retired Military
VA Disability Rating Requirement: 
No Disability Requirement
Discharges Allowed: 
No Minimum Discharge