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About Take Action Recovery

At Take Action Recovery, our goal is to provide the highest quality of care and treatment options for anyone struggling with the disease of addiction and alcoholism. Everyone has a different journey before they enter recovery. For this reason, Supreme BHC does not believe in a “one-size-fits-all” approach. We understand and treat each client on an individual basis to create a treatment experience that fits each client’s recovery needs.

Recovery is more than just our job. At Take Action, it is a way of life for us. With over 100 years of combined experience in the field of recovery, our staff is able to use their own personal experiences to create a personalized recovery program for each client. Our goal is to equip our clients with the tools they need to achieve not just long term sobriety, but also handle the challenges of life without the need to pick up a drink or a drug.

Frequently Asked Questions


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Please call us at : (832) 649-8650 or fill out the form below and we will be happy to assist you.

Is there a cure for substance addiction?

Addiction is a chronic, progressive, and fatal disease. While it cannot be cured, it can be successfully managed through rehabilitation and treatment.

How do I know if my loved one is struggling with substance addiction?

While there are a wide range of signs to look for depending on the substance, the key to look for is change. It is important to look for changes in a person’s personality, attitude, physical appearance and behavior.

Physical signs:

  • Dramatic changes to sleep pattern (unable to sleep/sleeping at unusual times)
  • Changes in eating habits (loss of or increased appetite)
  • Hyperactivity
  • Poor physical coordination
  • Vomiting or excessive sweating
  • Tremors
  • Deterioration of hygiene or physical health
  • Needle marks or unusual bruises on lower arm
  • Watery, red eyes or pupils larger or smaller than usual

Behavioral Signs

  • Dramatic change in overall attitude and personality with no identifiable causes
  • Drop in performance at work or grades at school; skipping school/late for work
  • Repeated dishonesty
  • Oversensitivity or resentful behavior
  • Paranoia
  • Unreachable; excessive need for privacy
  • Forgetfulness; difficulty paying attention
  • Suspicious or secretive behavior
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Changes in friends/activities/hobbies

Is there an assessment process required for admission?

At Supreme Behavioral Health, we do require an assessment before admission into any of our programs. This assessment is conducted by one of our admissions specialists with the purpose of tailoring the treatment program to each client’s individual needs.

How does my loved one start the assessment process?

Fill out the contact form on any page of our website and our admissions specialists will contact you to start walking you through the process step-by-step.

Are all of the programs 12-Step based?

At Supreme Behavioral Health, we believe in the 12-Steps as the most effective method for successful recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. We utilize the 12-Steps in all our programs as a tool to provide our clients with the skills to successfully treat and manage their addiction.

What forms of payment are accepted?

At Supreme Behavioral Health we accept cash, checks, and all major credit cards.

Will insurance cover any of the programs?

Our Intensive Outpatient Program accepts most major insurance providers. Please call 832-649-8650 to talk with our IOP admissions staff to see if your benefits will cover this program.

How is sober living different from inpatient rehab?

Life can be very restricted at a residential inpatient rehab. While this may be necessary if a person’s addiction is dangerously severe during the initial weeks of their recovery, it does put their life on “hold” during their stay. Sober living homes offer a person more autonomy. Residential treatment life can be very restrictive. This environment is meant to be strict to provide a safe and sober place for those early in recovery. Sober living homes allow for a structured, safe home for residents to begin practicing the tools of their recovery in a real world setting while still having a certain level of accountability.

What type of support for families is offered?

At Supreme Behavioral Health, we understand that addiction affects the whole family, not just the suffering addict. The disease of addiction places a tremendous amount of stress on the family. Relationships become very strained. We strive ourselves on being able to successfully mediate and work to repair these relationships. We offer a family session weekly at our Intensive Outpatient Program.

What type of support is available after completing any of the programs?

At Supreme Behavioral Health, all of our programs offer opportunities for alumni involvement. Each of our programs hold weekly, in-house meetings that are open to alumni, and we encourage all our former residents to attend.

Meet Our Team


(832) 649-865

9112 Spring Branch Drive. Houston, TX 77080