with services designed for teens and young adults overcoming mental health and addiction challenges
Are you a teen, young adult, or parent looking for support?
You have come to the right place
We are a community of passionate experts providing individual counseling and other services to give young people and their families all the tools they need to heal and thrive.
Outpatient Addiction Treatment
More than just therapy, our Outpatient Services provide clients flexibility and community to begin recovery.
We work closely with families, offering group and individual services to help teens heal, grow, and thrive.
Coaching and case management to help young adults and teens succeed at school, work, and in life
Our downtown Austin community provides young men all the support they need to succeed in recovery
We believe in living life to the fullest.
Experience and passion make the difference
Live the life you are meant to with services that fit your lifestyle.
We are a community where you can heal, grow, and thrive.
Our licensed and accredited facility in downtown Austin provides families all the support they need to help their loved one launch into a life of fulfillment and joy. Our experienced team walks alongside you every step of the way as you rediscover joy, heal relationships, and find the fulfillment you seek.
We Accept Insurance
Alpha Behavioral Health works with most major insurance providers. We are currently in-network with BlueCross BlueShield, Cigna, Tricare, Magellan Healthcare, and Aetna, but can work with other insurance providers on an out-of-network basis.
Don’t Quit Five Minutes Before the Miracle: A Guide for Parents of Young Adults in Transitional Living
In many cases, the recovery process begins after a crisis. As parents, we go into survival mode because our primary concern is ensuring the safety of our loved ones. During the initial stages of treatment, we feel immense gratitude simply seeing them out of harm’s way...
All relationships follow a set of rules. Most often these rules are implicit, but when we engage with others, there are always expectations about what we can and can’t say or do. For example, we would never show up at our doctor’s home at 10:00p.m. to let them know we...
For some parents and family members, the early stages of the recovery process can feel like a never-ending onslaught of concepts to chew on, new information to digest, and work to be done. We may have just gotten a night’s sleep before being told that we, too, needed...
How Individualized Case Management Can Support Academics, Career and Life Skills Development for Young Adults Navigating life’s responsibilities can be challenging for young adults. Whether you are newly sober, overcoming mental health challenges, or simply...