Texans Helping Texans Be Well.

Feeling stressed? Worried? Using drugs or alcohol to cope? You’re not alone. Let us help.

What We Treat

Substance Use Disorder: How much is too much? Using substances in moderation doesn’t necessarily mean you have an addiction. Many people use drugs and alcohol without becoming dependent on the substance. If, however, trying to cut back is getting harder and harder, or you continue to use substances despite the consequences, it may be time to explore treatment options.

Mental Health and Wellness: Feeling stressed? Worried all the time? It’s normal to feel sad, worried, anxious or stressed from time-to-time. This is part of living a healthy, emotionally balanced life. If, however, negative feelings seem to have the better of you, it may be time to talk with someone who can really help.

How We Help

At Be Well Texas Clinic, we offer Texans high-quality, low-barrier access to evidence-based treatment for addiction recovery and mental health wellbeing. Come as you are! Through OnDemand telemedicine services, we’re able to meet you exactly where you are in your recovery journey, and together, work toward lasting, sustainable recovery. Services offered through telemedicine include:

  • Medication Management
  • Evidence-based Counseling (Individual and Family)
  • Medication Assisted Treatment
  • Peer Recovery Support
  • Case Management

Therapeutic services are delivered under the supervision of board-certified physicians in addiction psychiatry.

    Be Well Texas Clinic offers a sliding fee scale and accepts all patients regardless of their ability to pay.

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(833) 778-2571
Open Monday – Friday
8 am – 5 pm

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What to Expect

You’ve made the choice to get help. Now what? Taking charge of your recovery starts here:

Step 1

Connect with us
by calling
(833) 778-2571

Step 2

 Schedule or be seen now through virtual or in-person appointments.

Step 3

Recovery is possible! Find hope and healing through guidance, support and compassionate care.

Step 4

Keep in touch! Now that you’re back on-track, check in as needed.

Why Telehealth?

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No car? No problem! With virtual visits,
we come to you.

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Privacy matters!

Appointments are always kept private,
confidential and secure.

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Flexible Scheduling

OnDemand is all about you! You’re ready?
We’re here.

When to Get Help

Ever wonder if you or a loved one may be dependent on drugs or alcohol? Worried that your thoughts or feelings will have lasting impact on your ability to enjoy life?

A Few Signs and Symptoms of Substance Use Disorder

  • Finding it difficult to cut down or stop using the substance
  • Giving up important social, occupational, or recreational activities because of substance use
  • Using substances again and again, even when it puts you in danger
  • Needing more of the substance to get the effect you want (tolerance)
  • Development of withdrawal symptoms, which can be relieved by taking more of the substance

A Few Signs and Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety

  • Feeling sad or having a depressed mood
  • Loss of interest or pleasure in activities once enjoyed
  • Loss of energy or increased fatigue
  • Dizziness, decreased sex drive, irritability
  • Chest pain, heart palpitations, increased blood pressure
  • Thoughts of death or suicide

If you or a loved one is experiencing any signs or symptoms of substance use disorder or mental illness, it may be time to seek help.

If you’re ready, we’re here.
Get Started Today
(833) 778-2571
Open Monday – Friday
8 am – 5 pm

Not Ready? RecoveryTexas.org provides recovery support delivered by people with lived SUD experience, a self-screening tool, recovery yoga, access to recovery groups and additional information on where to go for help.

Talk To Someone Now | National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

If you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline


Línea Nacional para la Prevención del Suicidio


For more information visit the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Website.

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