Transitional Resources

Most of the resources listed on this page are not state regulated.  While we hope your mental health will be improved in your stay, many of these are not licensed medical detox/treatment or mental health facilities. Members of our staff have visited or verified the offerings of the programs/companies listed.

Drug/Alcohol Testing (local options) 

S.A.F.E. Drug and Alcohol Testing


Any Lab Test Now

Arcpoint Labs

Dogs Matter (Dallas, TX)
“We take care of your best friend while you take care of yourself.”
(A non-profit providing free temporary dog foster care placement and supportive services for those in addiction recovery treatment)

Angel Reach (Conroe, ages 18-24)

Compassion United (Conroe)

Innerfaith Disciple House (Conroe, TX)
Discipleship program for men (age 18+) from the bondage of addiction

Legacy House (Spring, TX)
Sober living for women, owned and operated by a licensed LCDC.

New Hope Women’s Center (low cost, Pasadena, TX)
12-step based, women’s detox/rehab/transition

Powerhouse Recovery (Houston, Men’s)
12-step based, Back to Basics programming

Salvation Army (Houston area locations)

Sharpen Recovery (Female & Male Locations)

Star of Hope (Houston)

Transcend Houston (Houston Heights)
Tailored life skills and reintegration programming

Volunteers of America
Conroe: 936-788-2660
Veterans, Addiction & Homeless transitional counseling/ housing/ educational resources

The Wheelhouse (Deer Park, TX) 
Refer to themselves as “last house on the block”; men’s detox/rehab/transition

We realize not all individuals are ready to actively seek recovery but may be in need of shelter or basic resources.  The following are links we suggest for non-recovery based shelters.  These individual shelters have not been verified by Mosaics of Mercy staff.  For questions, please contact the entity listed.

Homeless Shelter Directory:

Aunt Bertha Resources Database

United Way can be reached by dialing 211

Mosaics of Mercy operates 9 am – 4 pm Monday – Friday and is not a call center for crisis situations. If you believe that you or another individual are suffering from a mental health crisis or medical emergency, call 911, contact your doctor immediately, or seek medical attention immediately at the nearest emergency room.

Mosaics of Mercy, Inc. is a charitable organization that provides mental health resources and website links for informational purposes only. The posting by Mosaics of Mercy, Inc. of a website link or a resource does not constitute an endorsement or approval by Mosaics of Mercy of any of the products, services, or opinions of the corporation, organization, or individual referenced. For any questions about the third party content or for further information please contact the external website or organization directly. Mosaics of Mercy, Inc. is not liable for the accuracy of content of any third party websites or for content navigated to via subsequent links. User agrees that use of the Mosaics of Mercy website constitutes an agreement not to hold any Mosaics of Mercy officers, employees, agents or volunteers liable for the information posted on this website. The information is provided “as is” for general information and education only. It should not replace consultation with a doctor or other qualified mental health providers.


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