About Cheyenne Center Houston
Cheyenne Center believes that chemical dependency is a progressive disease that alters the mental, spiritual and physical growth of the affected person.
Drug and alcohol addiction is a disease that compromises the person's physical integrity and has many negative consequences impacting social relationships, vocational skills and health.
Chemical dependency is not curable, but it is treatable.
Their mission is to assist their clients in maintaining their sobriety and to offer guidance toward a successful reintegration into society.
Cheyenne Centers Houston treatment team helps chemically dependent adults deal with the essence of who they are.
Their non-denominational approach to spiritual counseling helps clients better understand their spiritual beliefs and how these beliefs influence the ability to remain drug free.
North building treatment facility
Cheyenne Center is licensed by the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse and is approved by the Texas Rehabilitation Commission.
Cheyenne Center is funded by contracts with Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
Texas Rehabilitation Commission, Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Harris County and MHMRA, and/or the U.S.