About Clover House Inc.

Clover House, Inc. was chartered as a non-profit corporation in 1969, governed by an 8-10 Board Members comprised of Community Leaders, to provide chemical dependency treatment services to clients in the general population and then later to clients of the Criminal Justice System.

Our objective is to be a driving force in preventing broken homes and the loss of life through our multifaceted programs and services in the community and those surrounding.

Clover House History

Clover House, Inc. was chartered as a non-profit corporation in 1969 by a group of concerned citizens from Midland and Odessa.  The original location contained twelve (12) beds for males and remained at that location until 1988.  This was one of first facilities of its type in the State of Texas and successfully served as a launching pad for much sobriety and redeemed lives for many individuals over a period of nineteen years.

In 1988, the City of Odessa remodel an old fire station at 700 N. Dixie Blvd. and leased this building to Clover House.  It became a twenty (20) bed facility housing six (6) women and fourteen (14) men.  Today this facility operates as a thirty (30) bed TDCJ contracted Women’s Residential Transitional Treatment Center.

In November 1992, a fifteen (15) bed Women’s Residential Treatment Center was opened at 823 Idlewood Ln.  This women’s facility was the first of its kind in the Permian Basin.  Today this facility operates as a fifteen (15) beds Men’s Intensive Residential Relapse Center.

Meanwhile, the Texas Legislature created the Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Program (SAFP) in November of 1993.  Clover House was chosen as a pilot program provider and opened the first Transition Treatment Center in West Texas.  Early in 1994 Clover House suggested the idea of a circuit rider Outpatient program in Texas.  Such programs now exist in many parts of the State.

In August 1996, Clover House acquired the property at 406 N. Texas.  This property housed forty (40) Men Transitional Treatment beds as well as housing Outpatient Counseling Services.

In April 1998, Clover House bought the 14,000 square feet, two story building at 300 North Jackson.  The upstairs portion of this building initially housed a forty (40) bed Women’s Residential Transitional Treatment Center and downstairs area housed general administrative offices.

In November 2006 Clover House moved Administration and Outpatient Services to 406 N. Texas, and 300 N. Jackson transitioned into seventy-two (72) Men’s Transitional Treatment beds.

In October 2017, Clover House acquired the property at 3603 Andrews Hwy for Administrative Services and Outpatient Counseling Services.

In May 2018, we extended our Outpatient Services to 29 Briercroft Office Park in Lubbock, TX and surrounding counties.

In September 2019, Clover House increased 300 N. Jackson to an eighty (80) bed Men’s Transitional Treatment facility.


Residential Facility

300 N. Jackson, Odessa, TX 79761
700 N. Dixie Blvd., Odessa, TX 79761
823 Idlewood Ln., Odessa, TX 79761


3603 Andrews Hwy, Odessa, TX 79762
29 Briercroft Office Park, Lubbock, TX 79412


3603 Andrews Hwy, Odessa, TX 79762


3603 Andrews Hwy, Odessa, TX 79762
(432) 580-0321

Rally Q. Flores
Executive Director

Rhonda Carrigan
Clinical Program Director

Laura Cortez
Human Resource Director