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​​​"Where your needs are met by our goals." - Pathway to Serenity Inc.

God, grant me the serenity 
to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference.

Pathway to Serenity provides its residents with a safe, supportive environment, a clean and positive living experience based on sobriety and a new way of living without the use of drugs or alcohol.  Guided by the 12-Step Program of Alcoholics Anonymous, along with our house structure, we cultivate personal as well as spiritual growth in each of our residents. We welcome those who sincerely wish to take action in their sobriety and recovery. Additionally, we welcome those who want to learn and refine new living skills that will provide them with a lasting recovery.

Our rules are designed to create a scene of community within our house and sustain an atmosphere conducive to recovery.



Pathways to Serenity Admission Criteria’s includes, but is not limited to the following:

  • 30-Day sobriety required


  • There will be complete abstinence from alcohol, narcotics, marijuana, and all other drugs


  • Residents must maintain a Sponsor


  • Residents must attend four (4) house meetings a month


  • Residents must attend at least 3 outside meetings weekly (A.A., C.A., N.A., or other approved meetings)


  • All residents are required to maintain active employment


  • Residents are subject to random urinalysis and search of rooms, belongings, or possessions


  • All residents will be on probation for at least the first 2 weeks, or until: (1) employed full-time, (2) have a sponsor, (3) have a home group, (4)have processed step 1-3 of the 12-Steps, (5) have been assessed as "ready" by the Director


  • New residents upon arrival must actively seek employment, assistance will be provided to find suitable employment during this time


  • Rent will be paid weekly, and the amount of the rent is set by the Director


  • Stealing, fighting, or threats will not be tolerated


  • No pornographic materials will be allowed in the house


  • 24-Hour On-Site Manager


  • Enforced curfews

A State Licensed Facility 
D.S.H.S Department Of Health and Human Services
Texas Workforce Commission (formerly D.A.R.S Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services)
Harris Health System (formerly M.H.M.R.A.)

Admission Criteria

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