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The Best Addiction Treatment & Suboxone Clinic in Houston

“Super easy process. The Houston clinic will get you in right away and treat you with respect. They don’t push themselves or any agenda on you. They are simply there for you.”

No Judgement

You're not 'kicked to the curb' if you relapse, instead you're given extra support to get back on track. You'll feel the love every time you walk in.

Success Rates 80% Higher Than Average

According to Harvard-led statisticians, you're 80% more likely to stop abusing drugs and alcohol long-term with Symetria compared to any other treatment option.

A One-Stop Shop

Get a diagnosis, therapy and any medications for related issues that hold you back too — like depression, anxiety, trauma and social isolation.​

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It's Time to Make a Change

Quick, Easy Access to Affordable Addiction Treatment

Fast Access to Meds

On-site pharmacy and appointments usually within 24 hours

Convenient Appointments

Saturday, morning and evening services — plus transportation

Unlimited Support

Even if you're only looking for meds, therapies and relapse prevention are here when you're ready

Covered by Insurance

Trusted by all major insurance companies, including Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas

Get answers about your insurance now without anyone knowing that you inquired. No commitment.

Feel Happy Again

Comprehensive, Evidence-Based Programs

“They offer so much more than other places – IOP, MAT, therapy. And, they do it with kind encouragement versus forcing things down our throats.”

Vivitrol Program

Game-changing, non-addictive monthly shot given for alcohol addiction and those early in drug addiction to prevent cravings.

Suboxone Program

Live without feeling sick, high or constantly distracted by opioid use disorder. On-site prescriptions for both withdrawal and long-term maintenance.

Methadone Program

The stabilization and accountability some need to actually stay healthy this time. Daily dosing (except Sundays) with little to no wait times.

IOP - Intensive Outpatient Program

Group therapy several times per week — proven just as effective as inpatient rehab for all substance use issues.

Dual-Diagnosis

In conjunction with all programs to diagnose and treat any co-occurring mental health issues that keep you locked in unhealthy cycles — includes CBT or trauma therapies and medications like antidepressants, antianxieties and sleep regulators.

Unlimited Therapy

In conjunction with all programs to finally talk honestly about what's going on — when you're ready and whenever you need.

Wondering about costs?

Check your insurance now. It's free. No commitment.

Your Next Step is Simple

The process starts with a friendly conversation to see if we’d be a good fit.

Clinic Hours
Weekdays 6AM-2PM (last dose 1:30PM)
Saturday 7AM-8:30AM

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Symetria - Houston Addiction Treatment & Suboxone Clinic

The north Houston location is between U.S. 290 HOV and the Jersey Meadow Golf course in Jersey City. It’s 18 miles northwest of downtown Houston, just west of the Sam Houston Tollway. There is one other Symetria clinic in Harris County and the greater Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown metro.

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Houston Clinic Details

Yes, alcohol issues are common at the Houston clinic. Some patients come for the Vivitrol program, others for the IOP therapy. Underlying issues like PTSD, family conflict or social anxiety are common with alcoholism and are treated here too. In fact, outpatient treatment is just as effective as inpatient rehab for treating alcohol issues.

You can come to IOP as long as you need. At least 90 days is recommended. From there, you may find medications and one-on-one therapy is enough to keep you healthy. If you have a slip, there’s no shame in re-enrolling in the IOP program. Get as much care as you need to stay on track until you don’t need the extra support anymore.

Yes, Vivitrol is covered by insurances, including Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas. Exactly how much you pay depends on your policy. Each plan sets its own deductible and co-insurance rates. For example, if you were in the hospital or rehab this year, the shot is likely free to you.

If your insurance doesn’t cover the medication, has a high deductible or you don’t have insurance, Vivitrol offers a savings program of up to $500 a month. Their website says 91% of patients with insurance accepted to the program pay $0 in out-of-pocket expense, which is huge because they can charge more than a thousand dollars per injection without insurance.

Methadone is a low potency opioid. It calms receptors in the brain that crave opioids. Because methadone is satisfying the opioid receptors, they don’t trigger withdrawal symptoms. And, with methadone occupying these receptors, opioids like heroin, morphine or Oxycontin can’t produce the “high” feelings, if they are used.  Without giving off the high, these drugs lose appeal. It’s taken daily, given by the medical team.

Buprenorphine (Suboxone) is only for opioid addiction, which includes heroin, but also prescription pain pills like hydrocodone (Vicodin), oxycodone (OxyContin, Percocet), morphine, codeine and fentanyl. It can even be a step down for methadone. 

For alcohol, cocaine, meth or even marijuana addiction, monthly Vivitrol shots are a great anti-craving medication option.

Drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in Harris County. The opioid crisis in Harris County is measurable worse than in Texas overall. Though, Texas has far less overdoses per population than many other states. Local institutions like the Harris County Public Health, the Houston Health Department and the Doctors for Change organization are partnering with funds from the CDC to address the crisis.

Alcohol is also a huge issue for Harris County. The percentage of adults binge drinking in Houston has risen sharply since 2013. Texas has a higher rate of binge drinking that the U.S. average, and Harris county shows up to 23% of the population with problem drinking patterns.

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