Aspire Recovery Center of Frisco is dedicated to assisting individuals and families restore health and a sense of well being and hope in their lives. It is our commitment to provide our clients with affordable individualized, best practice, and effective treatment while staying grounded in the principles of 12-step recovery.
We believe this can bring about the change necessary to go on to experience a sober and productive life.
Our programs are customized to the individual needs of the clients. The levels of care stair-step from the Partial Hospitalization Program down to the Intensive Outpatient Program. Our Family Recovery Program is available to anyone in the community affected by addiction, regardless of if their loved one is in treatment at Aspire.
You can trust your loved one is receiving the highest quality care at our Intensive Outpatient Program. Our IOP has earned and maintained the CARF accreditation for over 3 years. Our 10-week program meets 3 evenings each week. Group counseling, individual and family therapy are included in the customized program.
Participate in comprehensive clinical treatment without having to leave home for an inpatient facility. Clients participate in individual therapy, family therapy, psychiatric supervision, and educational groups 5 days a week, for 20+ hours each week. This safe, challenging enviornment is designed to foster change, self-inquiry, and healing. We believe in a stair-step approach to… Continue reading Partial Hospitalization Program
Addiction affects the entire family. Find healing for loved ones through our intensive therapeutic and educational program, led by family therapy specialists.
Clients develop a strong relationship with their counselor while at Aspire Recovery Center of Frisco. Our individual counseling sessions allow clients to work on an intimate level with their therapists addressing recovery related topics such as: Unresolved trauma Harmful thought processes and patterns Core beliefs Family dynamics Self-esteem and identity Communication and relationships Aspirations and… Continue reading Individual Counseling