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An approach backed by decades of expertise.

At Lighthouse, our unwavering mission is to create a safe and nurturing environment that fosters healing and growth. We leverage evidence-based approaches, supported by a team with over 100 years of combined experience in addiction treatment. With a multitude of treatment providers available in Dallas, clients and families can trust that by choosing Lighthouse, they will work with a best-in-class staff that consistently exceeds the highest industry standards. At Lighthouse, we are committed to helping individuals achieve lasting recovery and transform their lives for the better.


The Lighthouse Treatment Philosophy

At Lighthouse, we understand that long-term success in addiction treatment requires accountability, structure, and real-world applications. That’s why we offer Extended Care Treatment Programs in Dallas designed to provide individuals with the tools and support they need to achieve lasting recovery. Our holistic approach ensures that every aspect of our program is tailored to meet each client’s unique needs, helping them build a strong foundation for sustainable healing and growth.


Lighthouse programming combines diverse clinical modalities with life-skills training, empowering clients to lead fulfilling, independent lives. By addressing both clinical and practical needs, we foster lasting recovery and equip individuals with skills and a mindset for thriving beyond treatment.


We guide clients and families through the transformative process of recovery, offering support, tools, and guidance. With compassionate and evidence-based care, we believe individuals can overcome addiction’s challenges and achieve meaningful, lasting recovery.


At Lighthouse, we offer personalized care with a high staff-to-client ratio and a holistic approach. Our customized treatment plans in Dallas address each client’s unique needs, challenges, and goals. With a commitment to tailored and effective addiction treatment, we support long-term recovery for every individual.


Research shows that aftercare programming post-Inpatient Treatment improves recovery success rates. Our evidence-based approach offers ongoing support, resources, and guidance to help individuals navigate recovery challenges and build fulfilling, independent lives.

We adhere to - and surpass - the Treatment Industry's highest standards.

Joint Commission

The Joint Commission’s (JCAHO) Seal of Approval is among the most distinguished honors a healthcare organization can receive, recognizing the said organization for its quality, efficiency, organization, cleanliness, and results.

Hall of Fame Health

The Pro Football Hall of Fame works with select programs nationwide to provide assistance and support to current and former athletes. Lighthouse is the only Outpatient Addiction Treatment Provider in Dallas, TX, certified by Hall of Fame Health.


NAATP is a nonprofit professional society that represents hundreds of addiction treatment providers. Our membership signifies a commitment to upholding the highest level of Ethics and Standards within the Addiction Treatment industry.


NAADAC is the premier global organization of addiction-focused professionals who enhance the health and recovery of individuals, families, and communities. It promotes excellence in care by advocating for the most up-to-date, science-based services for clients, families, and communities.

The Benefits of Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient Rehab is a critical component of the treatment continuum for those transitioning from Residential Facilities, as well as a viable starting point for those who are unable to attend a 30-day Inpatient Program due to work, family, or school commitments.

At Lighthouse, we offer structured Clinical Support through programs such as Partial Hospitalization (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient (IOP), providing individuals with the skills, practical application opportunities, and time needed to address the underlying causes of addiction.

*de Andrade, Dominique, et al. “The Effectiveness of Residential Treatment Services for Individuals with Substance Use Disorders: A Systematic Review.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence, U.S. National Library of Medicine, 1 Aug. 2019.


90% of individuals needing Substance Abuse Treatment do not seek help.* As often as we work with clients who have completed a 30-day Residential Program, we see clients who are unable to leave behind work, home, school, or other obligations for such a period of time.

Key Takeaway: Outpatient Rehab reduces barriers to Treatment and offers more people the ability to seek help.

*O’Reilly, Kevin B. “90% Who Need Substance Abuse Treatment Don’t Get It.” American Medical Association, 22 Oct. 2019.


Five times more individuals are likely to succeed long-term, having already achieved two years of sobriety.* Our Outpatient Programs give individuals the necessary skills, ability for practical application, and accountability needed for sustained recovery.

Key Takeaway: Substance Abuse and Co-occurring Mental Health Disorders are complex and cannot be treated quickly or symptomatically.

*Laudet, Alexandre B, et al. “Pathways to Long-Term Recovery: A Preliminary Investigation.” Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, U.S. National Library of Medicine, 12 Apr. 2007.

Modernized Approach

PHP’s and IOP’s have emerged as a critical facet of 21st-century addiction treatment for people who need a more intensive level of service than usual outpatient treatment, and they allow participants to avoid or step down successfully from inpatient services.*

Key Takeaway: Compared with Inpatient care, Outpatient services have at least two advantages: increased duration of treatment and the opportunity to engage and treat consumers while they remain in their local environments.

*McCarty, Dennis, et al. Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Programs: Assessing The Evidence. U.S. National Library of Medicine, 1 June 2014.

Real-time Support

NIDA. 2019, January 17. Treatment Approaches for Drug Addiction DrugFacts. Retrieved from

Young Adult Usage

Marijuana and hallucinogen use in the past year (2022) reported by young adults 19 to 30 years old increased significantly in 2021 compared to five and 10 years ago, reaching historic highs in this age group since 1988.*

Key Takeaway: Programs such as Sober Living when combined with Outpatient Clinical Programs can be an effective solution for young adults as they’re still able to work and/or attend school while developing a life in recovery.

*NIDA. 2022, August 22. Marijuana and hallucinogen use among young adults reached all time-high in 2021. Retrieved from

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