After operating an effective, affordable residential recovery center since 2006 for men and women, Solutions of North Texas now offers treatment services programs for addicts, alcoholics and families looking to recover from the effects of addiction. Utilizing the same principles and 12 -Step model the residential facilities are based on, we now have an alternative for those who desperately need to recover from the devastation of addiction, but for one reason or another, may not be able to commit to a residential setting. This unique and powerful program is centered around the traditional 12 step philosophies of spiritual and emotional growth, empirically based approaches as well as Solution’s commitment to full family wellness.
Our treatment services include:
- Intensive Outpatient Program
- Supportive Outpatient Program
- Individual Counseling
- Family Counseling
- Marital Counseling
- 12-step Recovery Model
- Drug and Alcohol Assessments
Dr. Vic Vines, MD, – Medical Director
Dr. Vines is an addictionologist who has written the addiction protocol for two well-known and respected local treatment centers. Dr. Vines will oversee the Solutions treatment services while building his private practice in the North Texas area.
Rahna Cutting, MS, LPC, LCDC, CFLE – Clinical Director
Mrs. Rahna Cutting earned a Masters of Arts degree in Human Services with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC), Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE), and certified school teacher. Rahna is ‘PACE” trained (Professional Academy of Custody Evaluators). She endeavors to utilize her knowledge of addictions and her skills with conflicted families to assist in bringing peace to troubled lives.
Rahna is the clinical consultant for the ‘Denton County Repeat Offender DWI Court’ that provides special treatment options for misdemeanor and felony clients. She is one of two clinical consultants for the ‘Denton County Veterans’ Treatment Court Program’, providing specific substance abuse and family assistance to area vet offenders in need of additional counseling and support.
Rahna has served on the Denton County Grand Jury, as well as previously provided substance abuse training for the Denton County CASA volunteers. She is actively involved in her church as well as various community organizations.
Rahna and Ken have been married for 15+years; she is the mother and bonus mother of six children. She and Ken delight in their grandson, Hudson. Rahna is the daughter of a Korean War veteran, the wife of a Viet Nam veteran, and the mother of an active duty Iraq/Afghanistan war veteran.
Ryan Mitchell, MS, LCDC, – Counselor
Ryan is a native of Denton and developed his passion for helping others while earning his bachelor’s degree at the University of North Texas. After graduating with a Master of Science in Psychology, he returned to Denton to make a positive impact on the community where he grew up. In applying his knowledge base and counseling skills to efforts in the non-profit industry, Ryan is working where he can be of maximum benefit to those in his hometown who need it most. While specializing in work with addicts and alcoholics, he has experience with a wide range of mental health issues and seeks to help everybody live a full life, with value and meaning, in every day.
Brandi Reinhardt , M.A., LPC – Counselor
Intern, under the supervision of Holly Webb, MS, LPC-S, LCDC, NCC
Brandi left her career as a college admissions advisor to go back to school with the goal of helping others in a new capacity. After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a minor in Business Administration from UTA, she earned her Master’s degree in Professional Counseling from Amberton University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern, who has been providing therapy for people suffering from Eating Disorders and co-occurring mental health struggles for the past two and half years. It is her goal to assist in guiding those suffering from addictions on their journey to recovery. She is a believer that life is meant to be purposeful and celebrated, not suffered through. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and her two sons, practicing yoga, reading, traveling, and connecting with friends and family.
Outpatient Therapy Schedule
Intensive Outpatient Program-Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 6 pm- 9 pm
Supportive Outpatient Program-Wednesday, Friday, 6 pm-9 pm
121 N. Woodrow Lane #103, Denton, Tx 76205