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  • Access to Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) on your terms

  • We utilize the latest evidence-based treatment approaches to ensure minimal withdrawal time.

  • Secure online visits and Same-day appointments with prescription available

  • 24-hour on-call option available

  • Individuals battling Fentanyl addiction can now receive immediate care without prolonged abstinence prior to induction.

  • Currently only accepting patients in Texas


At Step Free Recovery, we believe that everyone deserves access to evidence-based addiction treatment that minimizes withdrawal time. We offer secure online visits and same-day appointments with prescription available, as well as a 24-hour on-call option for support. Currently, we are only accepting patients in Texas.

Access to MAT on Your Terms

At Step-Free Recovery, we reject the notion of abstinence-only based recovery, most commonly seen in Narcotics Anonymous (NA). Opioid use disorder (OUD) is complex in that there is both a mental and physical dependence on the drug, and complete abstinence based recovery that discourages medication assisted treatment (MAT) has proven time and time again to just not work for individuals with OUD.

Unfortunately, despite the studies proving MAT’s clinical studies proving MAT’s clinical effectiveness the stigma surrounding it affects its accessibility to those who need it. This stigma is perpetuated by common misconceptions, most notably that it is “trading one drug for another.”

Suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone), when used at therapeutic doses, is safe, improves treatment retention, and decreases illicit opioid use in individuals with OUD.. Unfortunately, there is still limited access to it, especially in rural areas. Step-Free Recovery intends to bridge the gap between individuals with OUD and their access to Suboxone through the use of telehealth, starting with the state of Texas.

Our Treatment Philosophy

Step-Free Recovery was born from recognizing the stark challenges that those battling with opioid use disorder (OUD) face, particularly amplified by the systemic barriers that block access to vital medication-assisted treatment (MAT) in areas like rural Texas. The palpable lack of providers and logistical impediments in these regions ignited a mission: to deliver access to life-saving treatment, eliminating geographical and logistical constraints.

The  stigma attached to addiction generates yet another formidable barrier to seeking help, making the journey to recovery even more isolating and challenging. Step-Free Recovery not only acknowledges this challenge but actively works against it, creating a safe, non-judgmental space where everyone seeking help is welcomed and supported.

Our Mission

Words cannot explain, if there was a 10 star rating I would give Step Free Recovery in Houston a 10++++. Val is wonderful, her passion to help, patience to explain their process/services and her determination to help us find pharmacies with lower costs for the medications we needed is very much appreciated.

I did not know what to expect or how I would feel in helping my son start this program/ treatment program but, I sure did not feel alone or uninformed. Val definitely cares about everyone that reaches out and asks for help. She provided helpful information/ details that are very educational and of value to me and my son. I thank God for Step Free Recovery.

If you’re struggling and in need of immediate help, I wholeheartedly recommend Step-Free Recovery. They are true professionals, and they will go above and beyond to make sure you get the care you need, when you need it.

SFR was the 5th suboxone doctor I called, and they immediately got me in. I did a video call with Val and she was so nice and understanding and seemed like she actually CARED that I was with in withdrawal and couldn't wait until next week, or even until the next day. She saw me at 8pm at night and stayed up late to wait for me to pick up my Rx and then take my dose to make sure I felt better. It's the best experience I ever had with a sub doc.

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