Starlite Recovery Center
230 Mesa Verde Drive, Center Point, Texas, 78010
Starlite Recovery Center provides treatment for adults of all genders and female adolescents whose lives have been impacted by alcohol use disorder and other addictions. We believe that primary treatment is merely the first step in the overall recovery process. We base our goal of promoting a sober lifestyle on intervention and education, showing clients how others who were struggling found the path of success and how they can follow in those footsteps. Located on 55 acres of beautiful Texas hill country, Starlite Recovery Center offers an unmatched natural environment in which clients can focus solely on their recovery. Our interdisciplinary team of physicians, counselors, and nurses guides each client through a personalized treatment plan that addresses their unique needs. We focus on treating the mind, body, and spirit to help our clients find success in the recovery of the whole person. With individual, group, family, and experiential therapies, along with specialty tracks for professionals, Christians, military veterans, and first responders, Starlite Recovery Center provides focused care to help those who are living with an addiction discover a happier, healthier life.
- LGBTQ+ Program
- Christian Program
- Service Members/Veterans
SMART recovery groups
Meet the Staff
- Rachael EverettCEORachel Everett joined Starlite Recovery Center in December of 2018. She is a seasoned behavioral healthcare executive with 17 years of leadership experience in various behavioral healthcare settings to include: forensic, hospital and residential levels of care. She prides herself on having the ability to balance quality patient care with strategic priorities, change management and improving operational indicators. She holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice and a Masters in Business Administration.
- Eric AylesDirector of Business DevelopmentEric Ayles is the Director of Business Development at Starlite Recovery Center. He brings over 13 years of experience in the addiction and mental health fields. Eric is the board president for the Spiritual Care Network. He founded groups across Texas to bridge the gap between mental health and faith. He has also served as a board member for the Texas Association of Addiction Professionals in both Houston and Dallas. He was selected as chair of the Adolescent Symposium of Texas in 2014 and a board member for Mental Health of America of Greater Dallas. “Almost everyone I know has been affected by addiction in some way, and I believe that no matter how bad the struggle, people can change with good treatment and God’s help,” said Eric.