Unlimited Visions Behavioral Health Institute

Reclaim Your
Recovery With
UVBHI

Dedicated To Substance Abuse Treatments Using A Participant-Centered Approach

We Put Participants First, No Matter What

Nearly half of Americans have family members or friends with substance abuse issues. However, only a fraction of those who suffer ever get the help they need.

Substance abuse affects more than just one person, and it impacts friendships, familial bonds, the relationship with oneself, and so much more. We provide a safe place for participants to turn to when it’s time to move on from substance abuse.

We’re a powerful network of open hearts and ears. We listen to the voices of those who need aid and connect with those around them, providing extra support along the way.

Our Story

Formerly known as Unlimited Visions Aftercare, Inc. (UVA), Marilyn Jones founded Unlimited Visions Behavioral Health Institute (UVBHI) in Houston, Texas, in 1996 with $200, a vision, and the support of her father Lonnie Jones. UVBHI started as an outpatient adult substance abuse treatment program in Houston. However, it quickly expanded to the Baytown and Pasadena areas of Texas.
After many years of success, added funding, accreditations, certifications, licensing, and community support, UVBHI has grown to be an asset for those who struggle with substance abuse. Furthermore, UVBHI has become a community for participants and their loved ones to learn, gain a deeper understanding, and cultivate their relationships with one another moving forward.
Today, UVBHI is a thriving network of substance abuse and mental health treatments for teens and adults. Together, we help others make meaningful decisions moving forward and reclaim their recovery.

1998

Became a United Way of Baytown funded agency

2004

Received State of Texas funding for Specialized Female support services

2008

Opened its residential treatment program for adolescents in the Region 6 area of Texas

2010

Became a $3 million non-profit corporation serving participants in three locations throughout the areas of Houston, Baytown, and Pasadena

2012

Received funding from the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) to provide residential treatment services for adolescents in the Region 8 areas, covering more than 25 counties

2013

Became accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)

2014

Received funding from the state to start a pilot service and recovery support services

2015

Became a $5 million non-profit. Additional funding is given to begin the Youth Recovery Community program

2016

CARF recertified UVBHI Opened the Recovery and Wellness Center Became licensed for a total of 52 beds for our Adolescent Residential Facility

2018

UVBHI began
providing adolescent
residential services to female participants

2019

CARF recertified UVBHI for an additional three years

2021

UVBHI launched the New Approach; 5 year improvement and expansion plan. UVBHI began providing mental health to adults and adolescents

Our Top Ten Values

Integrity

Diversity​

Excellence

Compassion

Leadership

Spirituality

Innovation

Stability​

Professionalism

Customer Service

What Drives UVBHI

Here at UVBHI, all residents are called participants because we encourage and expect them to participate in their recovery actively. We use person-centered care to help participants understand their substance use disorder and learn tools to attain long-term recovery. We are excited to provide our participants with treatment to help meet their needs. Additionally, we spend considerable time meeting with all staff to improve our services – including everyone from receptionists to janitors.

Our Mission

To provide effective person-centered care that meets the needs of all people who struggle with substance abuse disorders.

Our Vision

A community in which substance use disorders no longer exist because of quality, evidence-based prevention, treatment, and recovery support services.

Our Purpose

Participants learn to make choices that improve their quality of life on their journey towards recovery.

UVBHI Is A $5 Million Non-Profit With State
Funding To Combat Substance Abuse On
A Human-To-Human Level.

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