Starlite Recovery Center provides life-changing addiction treatment services. Starlite is the oldest free-standing chemical dependency treatment center in Texas, and we are proud of our accreditation by CARF as an Integrated Health Facility. We provide a full range of services to provide the skills and strategies our clients need to achieve long-term sobriety. Our Tricare licensure indicates that the United States government trusts members of the military to our care.
You will be contacted by an addiction specialist within 24 hours
This organization does not disclose, give, sell, or transfer any personal information about our visitors, unless specifically required for law enforcement or statute.
At Starlite we offer innovative chemical dependency treatment in a natural environment.
Meet our dedicated staff committed to providing the best service.
This program provides addiction treatment to men and women, over 18 years of age.
The Journey Program provides a faith-based approach to addiction treatment.
Our serene and secluded campus is designed to encourage introspection and promote healing.
"At Starlite, we have been providing life-changing addiction recovery services for more than 50 years. We understand the devastating impact that addiction can have -- not only on the afflicted individual, but on friends, family members, and other loved ones – and we are committed to providing the highest quality of care to those who choose to heal with us…" Read more...
Personalized care at Starlite Recovery Center is based upon the perspective that addiction is a disease that impacts the mind, body, and spirit. We provide comprehensive services to ensure holistic healing. We also recognize that this disease touches more than just the affected individual. Family, friends, other loved ones, must receive and provide support if treatment is to be successful. Read more...
“I am forever grateful to each and every person at Starlite. I pray that you all understand how incredibly wonderful you are and how much your work is appreciated."