Alpha Home offers gender-specific Outpatient Drug Rehab and Alcohol Rehab Programs in San Antonio for both men and women.

Alpha Home’s Outpatient Rehab Program is for clients in need of treatment who have the skills and support to recover without residential care. The Outpatient Program allows the client to enter or continue treatment in the least restrictive setting. The average length of stay is four to six months and will vary based on individual client needs and circumstances.

The program provides confidential, highly individualized treatment, individual and group counseling, addiction and recovery education, trauma counseling, domestic violence education, anger management, relapse support, co-occurring diagnosis support, 12-Step support, job readiness, parenting, family education, living skills, and case management.

Alpha Home encourages clients to participate in Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, or Cocaine Anonymous meetings as an adjunct to their treatment and hosts such meetings to facilitate participation. Our treatment program affirms the best practices of and are routinely informed by the “Principles of Drug Addiction Treatment: A Research-Based Guide,” published by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Our Goal

Alpha Home’s Outpatient goals include implementing recovery skills into daily living patterns, maintaining abstinence and sobriety, improved family and social functioning, and increasing self-sufficiency.

The Process

The process begins with the client’s involvement in developing a personalized treatment plan and continues with the following:


  1. Simple enrollment process
  2. Participating in individual and group counseling
  3. Family education and support
  4. Trauma Counseling
  5. Anger management
  6. Relapse support
  7. Extensive case management
  8. GED instruction
  9. Using peer support systems
  10. 12-Step support
  11. Participating in goals set by referring agencies including Child Protective Services and criminal justice entities
  12. Participating with family members in the treatment process
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