Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get more information on Fulshear?
You can call 866-309-8762 and speak to one of our admissions specialists. You can also click here to submit your contact information for us to reach out to you.
Where is Fulshear located?
Fulshear is located just outside of Houston, Texas. Our Ranch is located in Needville, Texas while our Transition program is located in Stafford, Texas.
What are the qualifications of the staff at Fulshear?
To learn more about the staff at Fulshear, please visit our Fulshear team page, call us at 866-309-8762 or contact us to request more information.
What is the average length of stay at Fulshear?
9–12 months. The time on the Ranch is typically 3-4 months, while the time in transition can be 6–8 months. The time is very individualized to the right amount of time for you.
Can I admit directly to the Apartments?
If it is clinically recommended, you can! There are certain criteria you must meet to be able to admit directly to Transition, typically following graduation from a more structured program, or just needing transitional support through the lens of our Integrated Attachment Model.
Can my family visit at Fulshear?
Absolutely. We encourage it! The more your family is involved in your treatment in a healthy way, the more successful you will be.
What is the average age of the women at Fulshear?
Women at Fulshear are between the ages of 18 and 24.
Can I continue my education at Fulshear?
Yes. In fact, it’s part of our program. We will help you put together a plan based on your goals and abilities when you arrive at Fulshear to be able to get back to schooling when you move to the Apartments. Please visit our Life Skills Development page to learn more about our academic and life skills programs, call 866-309-8762, contact us directly through our website or chat live with a representative between the hours of 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM central time, Monday through Friday.
What behaviors are treated at Fulshear?
The following is a sample of the common issues treated at Fulshear:
- Complex Trauma
- Personality Disorder
- Self Harm
- Oppositional or Defiant Behaviors
- Drug and/or Alcohol Abuse or Addiction
- Co-Morbidity or Dual Diagnosis
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Eating Disorders
- Poor Body Image
- Bipolar Disorder
- Family Conflict
- Relationship Difficulties
- School Failure
- High-Functioning Autism
Is there anything that would make me ineligible for treatment at Fulshear?
Fulshear is unable to work with those who struggle with issues that would prevent their success at Fulshear or create a hazard for themselves or others, such as:
- Psychotic Disorders
- Intellectually Low-Functioning
- History of Violence
- Conduct Disorder
- Medically Unstable