Hyde Park Sober Living

Do you happen to be a resident of Hyde Park, Austin, Texas and you are looking for ways to adapt to a healthier way of life? This can be a difficult task for you to do on your own, but Ascension House is here to bring its decade’s worth of experience to guide you. 

Here we provide you with a range of different rehabilitation, from men’s sober living programs, to relapse prevention, extended care programs, and women’s sober living programs. Regardless of what help you need, we are here to help. 

What is it that helps us stand out from the rest of the sober living homes in Hyde Park? We have spent the last 10 years molding an environment in which you can help yourself get healthy. With a nurturing community on hand to help you, one-to-one care around the clock, extensive stays and so much more, this is a fantastic opportunity for you to finally take your efforts of sobriety to the next stage. If now is the time for you to do that, then Ascension House is the place to go. 

Therefore, if you are local to Hyde Park, Austin or the surrounding areas, then begin your journey to sobriety today with Ascension House. This is a huge step to take, so when you are ready to take that step, you can pick up the phone and call us to see what availability we have for you, or you can take a closer look at our treatments and services over on our website.

Ascension House Sober Living Services in Hyde Park, Austin, Tx 78751

Getting yourself on the path to sobriety can be difficult without having the necessary support to help you. At Ascension House – Sober Living Austin, we strive to provide our clients with the best individual care to help them achieve sober living.

EXTENDED CARE PROGRAM

We believe that you can achieve a higher success rate with individual care and support when it comes to sobriety. Therefore, we have extended care programs in place along with the best clinicians, staff, and environment that you will find in the Austin area.

RELAPSE PREVENTION

At Ascension House, we assess each individual’s traits in personality, their everyday lives, and their family life to offer them a detailed relapse prevention program. Our extended care program helps clients to work through important issues so they can look after themselves on their journey to sobriety. 

MEN’S SOBER LIVING PROGRAMS

The men’s recovery program at Ascension House is available to help men adopt a sober lifestyle. With staff members being recovering addicts themselves, they are on hand to help male clients navigate the early stages of sobriety with around the clock service, plus access to doctors and medications where required. 

WOMEN’S SOBER LIVING PROGRAMS

Ascension House also offers a 24/7 supervision service with solution-based programming available for women. We have helped many women to find sobriety through hands-on support, offering a homely setting within a nurturing environment to help clients on their path towards sobriety. Our women’s recovery program also take on sponsors to visit their homes and help them with their journey to recovery by establishing bonds and goals to work towards. 

 

 

How to go to Ascension House from Hyde Park, Austin TX 78751:

Driving directions:

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via Speedway
Head northwest on E 45th St toward Speedway
341 ft

Turn left onto Speedway
0.3 mi

At the traffic circle, continue straight to stay on Speedway
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Turn right onto W 31st St
Destination will be on the right
0.1 mi

via Guadalupe St
Head northwest on E 45th St toward Speedway
0.4 mi

Turn left after Walgreens (on the right)
0.9 mi

Turn left onto W 32nd St
0.1 mi

Turn right onto Hemphill Park
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Turn left onto W 30th St
305 ft

Turn left onto Whitis Ave
377 ft

Turn right onto W 31st St
Destination will be on the left
79 ft

via Duval St
Head southeast on E 45th St toward Shipe Neighborhood Park Pedestrian Walkway
0.2 mi

Turn right onto Duval St
1.0 mi

Turn right onto E 32nd St
0.3 mi

Turn left onto Speedway
449 ft

Turn right onto W 31st St
Destination will be on the right
0.1 mi

Ascension House – Sober Living Austin
208 W 31st St, Austin
TX 78705, United States

Plus Code: 

77W6+FH Austin, Texas, United States

About Hyde Park, Austin TX 78751

Population: 5,947

Geo Coordinates: 30.305281, -97.730534

Postcodes: 78751

Official Websites: http://www.austinhydepark.org/

Local Roads

  • 38th Street to the South
  • 45th Street to the North
  • Duval Street to the East
  • Guadalupe Street to the West

Airports Nearby

  • Executive Airport
  • Bud Dryden Airport
  • Signature Flight Support AUS – Austin-Bergstr
  • Atlantic Aviation AUS
  • Henriksen Jet Center- Austin Executive Airport

Schools Nearby

  • lLee Elementary School
  • Kealing Middle School
  • McCallum High School
  • Hyde Park Schools
  • Sri Atmananda Memorial School

Cities and Towns Nearby

Neighborhoods Nearby

Things to do in Hyde Park, Austin

  • Barton SpringsDeep Eddy Pool

  • Lions Municipal Golf Course

  • Wooldridge Park

  • Zilker Park

    One of the many excellent dining establishments along Duval, Mother’s has been serving up hearty vegetarian and vegan fare for over three decades. Whether you rip into the award-winning Bueno Burger—which we dubbed one of the five best veggie burgers in Austin—or opt for a big bowl of greens topped with Cashew Tamari (probably the most renowned salad dressing in Austin), you—and even the meat-eaters in your life—are sure to come back for seconds.

    With a history dating back to 1899, when it was founded by the former mayor of Austin (Lewis Hancock Jr. himself), the beautiful Hancock Golf Course is one of the oldest courses in Texas. What was originally an 18-hole course spread out over the rolling green hills has over the years been simplified down to a par-35 nine-hole course that runs along Waller Creek and is open to the public.

    If you haven’t heard of Elisabet Ney, you’re probably not alone, but if you’re an appreciator of art, history, or just buildings that kind of resemble castles, this museum is worth a visit. The former studio of Ney, an 18th century sculptor, the building also served as a gathering place for notable Texans where art, politics and philosophy were discussed. After Ney’s death in 1907, the studio and its contents were preserved, and now the museum is open and available for the public to enjoy—over 100 years later.