Ascension House

UNIVERSITY HILLS SOBER LIVING

sober living university hills austin tx

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Are you in University Hills, Austin or located in the surrounding areas? Do you need to achieve sobriety and need the relevant support to do so? Then look no further than Ascension House, who can help you get on the path to where you need to be to live a sober lifestyle.

The service that we provide at University Hills sober living Austin, TX, range from extended care programs and much more to make sure each individual gets the support they need. We have a men’s sober living program and women’s sober living program so that no matter what walk of life you come from, you are getting the care that you deserve for you or a loved one.

Why should you choose us? Finding a halfway house in your area can be a difficult enough task without finding somewhere that needs to cater to your individual needs. At Ascension House, we strive to help everybody who comes to us to achieve sobriety. Higher success rates are a direct result of making sure that each and every client is able to get the care and attention that is needed so they get the treatment that is right for them.

Ascension House is your number one choice for getting sober in University Hills, Austin, TX 78723. If you would like to get started with us today then pick up the phone and give us a call to enquire about availability. For more information, then be sure to visit our website to learn more about our services and treatments.

ASCENSION HOUSE SOBER LIVING SERVICES IN UNIVERSITY HILLS, AUSTIN, TX 78723

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 sober 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 sober programs. 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 sober programs 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 sober programs also takes 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 UNIVERSITY HILLS, AUSTIN TX 78723:

 

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

PLUS CODE: 

77W6+FH Austin, Texas, United States

Take Creighton Ln to U.S. 290 Frontage Rd
3 min (0.7 mi)

Head northeast on De Paul Cove toward Dunbarton Dr
95 ft

Turn left onto Dunbarton Dr
397 ft

Dunbarton Dr turns left and becomes Drexel Dr
0.1 mi

Turn right onto Loyola Ln
269 ft

Turn right onto Creighton Ln
0.3 mi

Turn right onto Northeast Dr
0.1 mi

Continue on U.S. 290 Frontage Rd. Take I-35 S and E Dean Keeton St to San Jacinto Blvd
8 min (5.8 mi)

Turn right onto U.S. 290 Frontage Rd
0.4 mi

Sharp left to stay on U.S. 290 Frontage Rd
0.8 mi

Use the left lane to take the ramp onto US-290 W
0.2 mi

Continue onto E Hwy 290
0.3 mi

Take the exit onto I-35 S toward US-290 W
2.3 mi

Use the 2nd from the left lane to keep left at the fork, continue on I-35 S/US-290 W and follow signs for Interstate 35 S/32nd St
0.7 mi

Take exit 236A toward 32nd St/Dean Keeton
361 ft

Merge onto S IH 35 Frontage Rd
0.4 mi

Turn right onto the ramp to Dean Keeton
463 ft

Merge onto E Dean Keeton St
407 ft

Continue straight to stay on E Dean Keeton St
0.4 mi

Continue on San Jacinto Blvd. Take E 30th St to W 31st St
3 min (0.6 mi)

Turn right onto San Jacinto Blvd
Pass by 7-Eleven (on the right)
0.3 mi

Use the right lane to turn slightly left onto E 30th St
0.3 mi

Turn right onto Whitis Ave
377 ft

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

Follow Willamette Dr, Northeast Dr and Walnut Hills Dr to Manor Rd
5 min (1.1 mi)

Head northeast on De Paul Cove toward Dunbarton Dr
95 ft

Turn right onto Dunbarton Dr
400 ft

Dunbarton Dr turns slightly right and becomes Willamette Dr
0.3 mi

Turn left to stay on Willamette Dr
0.2 mi

Turn left onto Northeast Dr
0.3 mi

Turn right onto Walnut Hills Dr
0.3 mi

Continue on Manor Rd to San Jacinto Blvd
11 min (4.4 mi)

Turn right onto Manor Rd
0.1 mi

Continue straight to stay on Manor Rd
Pass by Dairy Queen (on the right)
3.4 mi

Continue onto E Dean Keeton St
0.5 mi

Continue straight to stay on E Dean Keeton St
0.4 mi

Continue on San Jacinto Blvd. Take E 30th St to W 31st St
3 min (0.6 mi)

Turn right onto San Jacinto Blvd
Pass by 7-Eleven (on the right)
0.3 mi

Use the right lane to turn slightly left onto E 30th St
0.3 mi

Turn right onto Whitis Ave
377 ft

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

Take Loyola Ln to Manor Rd
3 min (0.9 mi)

Head northeast on De Paul Cove toward Dunbarton Dr
95 ft

Turn right onto Dunbarton Dr
400 ft

Dunbarton Dr turns slightly right and becomes Willamette Dr
0.1 mi

Turn left onto Loyola Ln
0.6 mi

Take Springdale Rd, E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Manor Rd and E Dean Keeton St to San Jacinto Blvd
12 min (5.3 mi)

Turn right onto Manor Rd
0.1 mi

Keep left to stay on Manor Rd
253 ft

Continue onto Springdale Rd
Pass by AutoZone Auto Parts (on the right)
1.8 mi

Turn right onto E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Pass by Taco Bell (on the right in 1.3 mi)
1.3 mi

Turn right onto Airport Blvd
0.3 mi

Slight left toward Manor Rd
131 ft

Turn left onto Manor Rd
0.8 mi

Continue onto E Dean Keeton St
0.5 mi

Continue straight to stay on E Dean Keeton St
0.4 mi

Continue on San Jacinto Blvd. Take E 30th St to W 31st St
3 min (0.6 mi)

Turn right onto San Jacinto Blvd
Pass by 7-Eleven (on the right)
0.3 mi

Use the right lane to turn slightly left onto E 30th St
0.3 mi

Turn right onto Whitis Ave
377 ft

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

ABOUT UNIVERSITY HILL, AUSTIN TX 78723

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Despite the name, University Hills has neither hills nor a university. What it does have is a close-knit community, a wholesome environment with a strong cultural influence, and casual ethnic restaurants. The area is known as a Mexican-American neighborhood but the population is actually about half African American. Residents tend to be friendly and to look out for one another. They also work persistently to preserve and improve the neighborhood environment.

A centerpiece of the neighborhood is the Dottie Jordan Park and Recreation Center, which has a swimming pool and green space for picnicking and walking. The city had planned to turn the park into condominiums in the 1970s, and the residents successfully prevented this from happening. Nearby also are Northeast District Park, Walter E. Long Lake, and Little Walnut Creek, which has a scenic waterway. Residents actively work to preserve the natural beauty of the neighborhood and to improve the seedier sections.

The neighborhood is mostly residential and there are not many shopping or entertainment options within the neighborhood. The neighborhood is somewhat distant from downtown and the University of Texas, and public transportation is hard to find. But I-35, Hwy. 183, and Hwy. 290 are close by, providing access to the rest of the city.

Homes are largely ranch-style and modestly sized, but tend to be on larger lots (two and three acre lots are common). The area is on a dormant volcano, which makes the soil rich, so vegetable gardening is a popular hobby and source of extra income for some.