Helping teens find recovery since 1989
At Shoreline, we treat adolescents struggling with substance use disorders, but more importantly we treat the underlying causes of problematic and high-risk behavior.
Our programs are for boys and girls, ages 13-17, who struggle with substance use, depression, anxiety, and trauma-related issues. In gender-separated programs, teens learn to reclaim their lives and begin to visualize their future without the use of drugs or alcohol.
Why Choose Shoreline
Our comprehensive treatment model connects mental health and substance use treatment to provide practical, effective intervention in the treatment of substance use disorder.
We have over 30 years of experience treating adolescents with substance use disorder.
We only treat adolescents (ages 13-17); our program focus is on recovery as it relates to the developing adolescent brain.
We believe addiction is a family disease. We invite families to put effort into their recovery as part of the treatment process.
We believe that addiction treatment should be affordable and recovery attainable by those who are willing.
how is shoreline treament center different?
We provide a safe, structured, and supportive environment.
We believe family involvement increases the opportunity for positive recovery.
Our programs are affordable and effective.
We accept most major insurance plans, and we are a preferred provider for county juvenile probation courts across Texas.
Mark JAckson, LMSW
Mark Jackson, Shoreline CEO/Executive Director has nearly 50 years experience in healthcare and psychiatric and mental health management and operations. He has built, operated, and managed psychiatric and rehabilitation facilities in ten states. In addition, he has been a Licensed Master Level Social Worker since 1973 and has over 20 years’ experience as a clinician in both Behavioral Health and Substance Use Disorders.
Substance use disorders are diseases. Our addiction recovery techniques are based on the guiding principles of the 12-steps of recovery that have rescued hundreds from the grip of addiction.