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The Chapter House team consists not only of the Sober Living House and the Counseling Center, but it also involves the local community of experts in the areas of medical, psychiatric, nutrition, fitness, education, and vocational services. This team, along with the local 12-step community, creates a comprehensive recovery oriented system of care

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Heidi Voet, LPC-S

Owner and Clinical Director

Heidi Voet is a licensed professional counselor in both Texas and Maine and is also a licensed counselor supervisor. With over 20 years of working specifically with addiction and chronic relapse, Heidi has become a trusted voice, author, and blogger on treating individuals suffering from addictive disorders. She has had several featured articles in “Addiction Professional Magazine” and served as a frequent blogger. She has been featured in A&E’s “Intervention” as well as the National Geographic series “How Drugs Work.” In addition, Heidi has presented at the Cape Cod Symposium for Addictive Disorders, the National Association for Addiction Professionals Annual Convention, the Texas Association for Addiction Professionals Annual Convention, as well as numerous other national and local addiction conferences. After completing graduate school, Heidi worked at non-profit women’s treatment center with pregnant and parenting women struggling with addiction. Heidi joined the staff at a long-term treatment center for chronic relapse early in 2007 and served as the Clinical Director until 2014. Heidi has also worked with thousands of families of addicted individuals through co-facilitating family program workshops. Heidi resides in Dallas with her son, Elliott.

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William Byrum

Director of Operations

I was born and raised in Dallas, Tx. I discovered Drugs and Alcohol at the age of 12 and they were instantly the love of my life. My addiction would go on for the next 16 years. There were many attempts at changing my life, followed by still worse failures. I just did drugs – it was all I knew how to do. I spent years of my life revolving in and out of treatment centers and incarceration, I lost my parental rights to my children, and I spent time homeless in Dallas. I lost literally everything, including my self respect and dignity. I discharged the criminal justice system for the last time in September of 2018. I remember at the time of discharge, thinking that I was going to get high again. More importantly, I remember thinking that I didn’t want to get high again, and knowing that wouldn’t matter. I discharged into The Dallas 24-Hour Club, where I was presented with a solution of recovery. This solution still works to this Day. I built a relationship with God, and he did for me what I had repeatedly failed to do for myself. I have never looked back, and more importantly I have found a purpose in life. That purpose is to pass on what was so freely given to me and to strive towards practicing spiritual principles in all of my affairs. I bring that purpose to work with me everyday, and consider it a privilege to get to watch God work in the lives of our residents. I have since regained the rights to my children and helped many men, like myself, stand up and walk again. I have watched the things in my life which used to haunt me, become my greatest assets, and for that, I am eternally grateful.

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Marty Younkman

Operations Manager

Marty was born in Bedford TX and has lived in the DFW area all his life. He found drugs and alcohol at the age of 15, dropped out of school in the 7th grade and got his GED in 2003. The next 15 years consisted of lots of jail time and 17 treatment centers. In May of 2018, He left a detox center for the last time and entered a sober living home. Through working a 12 step program and dedicating his time to helping others, he has remained sober. He has regained all the personal relationships that he had lost and has custody of my daughter. He views his lifelong experience of addiction as a gift he was given to be able to help the Chapter House residents achieve their goals and be successful. In his spare time he enjoys playing with his dog and spending time with his family.

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Temor Tucker

Lead Case Manager

Dedicated to championing the cause of recovery and guiding individuals towards a brighter future, Temor is a seasoned Recovery Advocate and Lead Case Manager with a proven track record of empowering individuals to overcome challenges and achieve sustainable healing. With a wealth of experience in the field of addiction recovery and mental health support, Temor is a passionate advocate for personalized care. As a Lead Case Manager, he plays a pivotal role in coordinating comprehensive care plans, facilitating access to resources, and advocating for the needs of clients within the healthcare system. Temor's approach is characterized by empathy, compassion, and a commitment to fostering a supportive environment for individuals in recovery. Through active collaboration with clients, families, and healthcare professionals, he ensures that each individual receives tailored support that addresses their unique needs and aspirations. Drawing on a diverse background that includes working in residential treatment centers, community organizations, and advocacy groups, Temor brings a wealth of expertise to the table. With a keen understanding of the complexities of addiction and mental health challenges, he is well-equipped to lead and inspire others towards a common goal of promoting recovery and wellness.

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Boyd Roberts

Resident House Manager

With over 4 years of experience in the substance abuse treatment field, Boyd is dedicated to providing comprehensive support and guidance to individuals in recovery. His role involves coordinating personalized care plans, managing daily operations, and fostering a nurturing environment to help residents achieve their goals.

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Reaching out is the first step towards recovery. Whether you have questions, need support, or are ready to start the journey, we're here to help. Contact us today, and let’s discuss how we can support you or your loved one's path to a healthier, sober life.

Postal address

Administrative Office Location

17771 International Pkwy - Suite 129

Richardson, TX 75081

Phone number
(888) 448-9696

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