On-Campus Educational Opportunities and Recovery and Support Resources

Student Recovery Alliance

A safe place for students in recovery to work together, share experiences, plan sober events in the community, celebrate triumphs, discuss struggles, and collaborate on empowering solutions. This group is open to all Texas State students in any level of recovery or who wish to further explore sobriety.

Please contact Health Promotion Services and healthycats@txstate.edu for more information, or visit Student Recovery Alliance for up-to-date meeting times, locations and FAQs.

Naloxone (Narcan) Distribution Sites on Campus

Naloxone is a medication used to rapidly reverse the effects of an opioid overdose. It is an opioid antagonist which means that it attaches to opioid receptors and reverses or blocks the effects of opioids. Examples of opioids include heroin, fentanyl, oxycodone, hydrocodone, codeine, and morphine.

Narcan Distribution Locations

San Marcos

  • Student Health Center: Cashier Window in Lobby
  • Student Recreation Center: Check-in Counter at Main Entrance
  • Alkek Library: "Ask Us” Counter at Main Entrance

Round Rock

  • Avery Building: Student Success and Academic Services Office in Avery Building, Room #201

Off-Campus Substance Use Treatment Resources

Cenikor is a local resource in San Marcos specializing in Substance Use assessment and treatment. Ask about their Project Aim services and their Student Recovery Alliance for Texas State University students: Meetings held at the Student Health Center.

Promises Behavioral Health  offers 3 Addiction Treatment Center locations in Texas: The Right Step Texas Locations.

Positive Recovery Centers offers multiple treatment programs – Check out their Texas Locations.

Windmill Wellness Ranch in Canyon Lake, TX offers a  Sobriety Guarantee  and specializes in holistic and innovative treatment approaches to substance use treatment.

Resurgence Texas provides drug and alcohol rehab in Wimberley, TX.

Recovery Unplugged is a national treatment and recovery center with an Austin TX Location which incorporates music into their care model.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Medical Detox by Evoke Wellness is an addiction treatment center with a San Marcos location.

Rock Springs has substance use treatment programs with locations near Round Rock, TX.

Georgetown Behavioral Health Institute has a chemical dependency program in Georgetown, TX.

Northwest Counseling and Wellness Center - Austin, Texas (ncwaustin.com) offers dual diagnosis IOP substance use recovery and support, located near Round Rock.

The Local Mental Health Authority in Texas provides Outreach, Screening, Assessment, & Referral Services (OSAR) for Texas residents. Contact Bluebonnet Trails Community Services or call 844.309.6385 for more information on San Marcos or Round Rock OSAR services.

Community Recovery Support Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous

Austin AA (San Marcos, Austin, and surrounding areas)
San Antonio AA (New Braunfels and areas South of San Marcos)
Round Rock AA

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

SAMHSA Virtual Recovery Resources
SAMHSA National Treatment Locator
Texas Health and Human Services Recovery Support Services
Find all Rehab Centers in Texas



Help and Hope for Families and Friends of Alcoholics
888-4AL-ANON (888.425.2666)


Narcotics Anonymous

Central Texas Area Meeting Locations:  Call 866.792.8262 or visit Central Texas NA
San Marcos Meeting Locations:  Call 830.500.5922 or visit San Marcos NA


Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors (LCDC)

In Mind Out
Casey Arrillaga, LCSW, LCDC (San Marcos, TX)
Ray Begaye, LPC, LCDC (New Braunfels,TX)

Lifetimes Journey-Kyle, TX (Services available in Spanish)
Abel Rodriguez, LCSW, LCDC

David Bennett-New Braunfels, TX
David Bennett, LPC, LCDC

HAWK Therapy-Austin, TX 
Janaleen Solis Greene, LPC, LCDC
Andrew Greene, LCSW, LCDC

Timothy Lewis Young-Round Rock, TX
Tim Young, LPC, LCDC

Jon Briery-Georgetown, TX 
Jon Briery, LPC-S, LCDC, NCC

This information was gathered by the Texas State Student Health Center and does not represent an endorsement of any facility or provider.