Tony Rice Center Inc is a non-profit, tax-exempt Co-Occurring Disorders Rehabilitation Facility established in 1990.

TRC provides a substance-free environment where those men suffering from life problems associated with co-occurring disorders can learn new living skills. Our treatment approach is intended to return the individual to an acceptable level of spiritual, physical, emotional, social and occupational functioning to live successfully outside an institutional setting without creating additional burden to the community. Attention is given to teach the co-occurring dependent man new coping skills that affords alternatives to substance abuse

Our long-term residential program gives time to the co-occurring dependent man to build self-esteem and learn to better function within the family and to contribute to the community. Our mission is to prepare each man for an independent, enriched lifestyle free of mood – altering chemicals, which many times result in homelessness, isolation and various social ills.

Our treatment program begins with an individualized treatment plan tailored to the client's needs. This plan is based on information that is collected during an initial assessment interview. The information will include his history with drugs and alcohol, any prior attempts at recovery, his medical history, any co-occuring psychological concerns, possible legal situations and his family history. 

When the treatment plan is in place, the core elements of recovery-physical, emotional, mental and spiritual can be addressed through Rational Emotive Therapy, individual counseling and process groups, peer groups, Cognitive Behavioral groups, lectures and 12-step facilitation. In addition, all clients will participate in a daily living skills program to develop a sense of humility, personal responsibility and social accountability, all tools required to function in a sober, responsible manner after he leaves treatment.

Every member of our staff understands the recovery process from a unique perspective that only another addict or alcoholic can. The goal of each of these highly skilled professionals is to provide every addict or alcoholic the necessary tools and skills he or she will need to return to the mainstream of life a happy and productive individual.

Housing, Meals and Transportation

Group & Individual Therapy

Morning Meditation Group

Recovery Dynamics Group

Relapse Prevention Group

Gender  Specific Issues in Recovery Group

Family Education Group

Media Group

Twelve Step Education & Support

HIV / AIDS Awareness

Job Placement Assistance

Community Outreach & Education

Indigent Beds Available on a limited basis

ADAT Approved

TDD Accessibility