Drug & Alcohol Counseling
Real Talk Counseling with Jose N. Flores
Master of Arts - Professional Counseling
Texas A&M University - San Antonio
B.A.A.S Social Sciences Concentration
San Antonio College
A.A.S. Human Services - Addictions Counseling
Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor
DSHS License # LCDC 13745
Certified Criminal Justice Addictions Professional
TCBAP License # CCJP 1884-1118
Community Community Health Worker
DSHS License # CHW 8482
Drug & Alcohol Counseling
All of our counselors are fully licensed by the Texas Department of State Health Services. A Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) is authorized to provide chemical dependency counseling services involving the application of the principles, methods, and procedures of the chemical dependency profession. We are bound by our profession’s ethical standards and strive to provide the highest quality chemical dependency counseling services.
We can address substance abuse, dependency, and its impact on you and your family. Counseling services are provided to users, family members, and any other individual involved in a significant relationship with the user.
Our services are focused on assisting individuals or groups to develop an understanding of chemical dependency problems. We will help you define your goals and plan action reflecting your interests, abilities, and needs, as affected by chemical dependency.
Our services include secure, mobile-friendly paperless intakes. No more wasting valuable time filling out paperwork at your first appointment. You can complete all required documents from your computer, phone, or tablet and electronically sign them with HIPAA-complient e-signatures.
Simple and Stress-Free! No more worrying about transportation or traffic.
Start a Telehealth appointment from anywhere, on any device. Just click a link to start— no logins, no passwords, no hassle. We will send you automatic reminders so you don’t miss appointments.
Secure & HIPAA Compliant
Your video appointments are always protected with bank-level encryption and security. Our service is reliable, trustworthy, and your data is protected.
Receive secure, HIPAA compliant messages
Our service is optimized for mobile messaging. Reschedule appointments, make payments, all through our client portal.
Schedule Appointments On Your Own Time
With Online Booking, you can check our counselors’ availability and request appointments with the click of a button.
Make Payments Conveniently
You can make payments anytime through our Client Portal.
New Clients: Initial Substance Abuse Screening & Brief Intervention Services
Individual Counseling Services
30 Minutes $40
45 Minutes $55
60 Minutes $70
Group Counseling Services
Group Therapy 60 Minutes $40
Group Family Therapy 60 Minutes $40
We Accept Insurance
Did you know that the Affordable Care Act mandated coverage for substance abuse services?
All Marketplace plans cover mental health and substance abuse services as essential health benefits.
Mental and behavioral health services are essential health benefits
All plans must cover:
Behavioral health treatment, such as psychotherapy and counseling
Mental and behavioral health inpatient services
Substance use disorder (commonly known as substance abuse) treatment
*Your specific behavioral health benefits will depend on your state and the health plan you choose.
Pre-existing mental and behavioral health conditions are covered, and spending limits aren’t allowed
Marketplace plans can’t deny you coverage or charge you more just because you have any pre-existing condition, including mental health and substance use disorder conditions.
Coverage for treatment of all pre-existing conditions begins the day your coverage starts.
Marketplace plans can’t put yearly or lifetime dollar limits on coverage of any essential health benefit, including mental health and substance use disorder services.
Parity protections for mental health services
Marketplace plans must provide certain "parity" protections between mental health and substance abuse benefits on the one hand, and medical and surgical benefits on the other.
This generally means limits applied to mental health and substance abuse services can’t be more restrictive than limits applied to medical and surgical services. The limits covered by parity protections include:
Financial — like deductibles, copayments, coinsurance, and out-of-pocket limits
Treatment — like limits to the number of days or visits covered
Care management — like being required to get authorization of treatment before getting it