“From the moment we connect on the phone it is important that you feel safe and know that what you share will remain confidential. I am often the first person you will see, and I look forward to being a part of your journey at Orchard on the Brazos.”

– Jayne Dove, Director of Admissions

If you have made it to our Admissions page, congratulations.  You have just taken a step in the right direction.  Asking for help is arguably the most critical step toward recovery.  Orchard on the Brazos’ priority is getting people the help they need.  For this reason, we accept residents to our inpatient facility 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.  We encourage our residents or their loved ones to call ahead to make the admission process as stress-free as possible.  While we offer insurance billing, we are not an in-network provider.  Remaining out of network allows us to truly individualize the care we provide each resident.

We encourage anyone considering treatment to visit Orchard on the Brazos.  We are always happy to provide potential residents and their loved ones with a tour of our facilities, an explanation of the various levels of care, and answer any questions.  We want to put your mind at ease.  We are a family at Orchard with a singular purpose –  assisting the next alcoholic or addict to reach their full potential by achieving long-term recovery.

Initial Assessment

After completing the initial paperwork, you or your loved one will have a one-on-one meeting with a member of our clinical staff who will provide an assessment of unique substance abuse patterns as well as medical and mental health histories.  This initial assessment is essential in ensuring every resident receives the most appropriate level of care given their circumstances.

What We Treat

Our inpatient facility and clinical and medical staff are fully equipped and prepared to treat substance use disorders.

We manage co-occurring disorders.  Co-occurring or dual diagnosis are terms that describe a person who experiences a mental illness and a substance abuse disorder simultaneously.  Research shows that drugs and alcohol worsen the symptoms of mental illness.  

Our team will work together to address all issues Orchard’s residents may present.