Houston Recovery Center, United States
Leonard Kincaid is the co-founder and Executive Director of the Houston Recovery Center. His experience in the field of addiction and mental health spans over thirty years. His diverse background of clinical work and program administration has been a tremendous value to the center. Educated in Texas and Mississippi, Mr. Kincaid has a Master’s in Business Administration, is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor. Mr. Kincaid currently serves on several boards supporting individuals experiencing mental health issues and addiction including Network of Behavioral Health Providers and Crisis Intervention Houston. He is also co-founder and Chair of the Houston Recovery Initiative, a coalition formed in 2010 to implement a Recovery-Oriented System of Care (ROSC) model for Houston.
The Houston Recovery Center was established by the City of Houston as an innovative solution to the costly problem of public intoxication. Our expertise is working with addiction, specializing in the recovery process, to stabilize and improve clients quality of life. The Houston Recovery Center accomplishes this through two programs: 1. Sobering Center- offers safe, short-term monitoring and management of persons under the influence of alcohol and drugs through brief and long-term interventions; 2. Partners in Recovery- eighteen months of integrated recovery support and case management with clinical and peer recovery staff. Our peer recovery coaches, referred to as Recovery Support Specialists are vital to our programs as they build trust and rapport with clients and encourage them on their unique path of recovery.
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