12810 Hillcrest Rd Suite B225, Dallas, TX 75230

About Boyce Family Recovery

Boyce Family Recovery Solutions is a family owned company that helps families who are trapped in the grips of alcoholism and drug addiction. Henri and Erica Boyce — a husband and wife team — work closely with you and your family so you can gain knowledge of how to help their loved ones.

Addiction is difficult on all who are involved.

As a family, Erica and Henri have helped their own family who suffered from the affects of alcoholism and addiction. They can help your family, too.

Early recovery can be hard and lonesome for many people who struggle with alcoholism or addiction. We offer a plan and a companionship, so they don’t have to do it alone and can find a new way of life. Each situation is very different and will be assessed accordingly. Our main focus is for your loved one to enjoy life once more and be a part of the family again.

Meet Your Certified Substance Abuse Interventionist Team

Henri Boyce
Certified Recovery Specialist and Interventionist

Henri Boyce is a nationally and state Certified Recovery Specialist and Interventionist. He has been trained through Spectrum Recovery as a Peer Recovery Support Specialist and has gone through training with the International Recovery Institute as a Certified Recovery Specialist. He has been trained in the A.R.I.S.E model Intervention with Dr. Judith Landau and has been trained in the LOVE FIRST model of Intervention. He has completed training through the Addictions Academy as a Level I & II Recovery Specialist. Along with his certifications as a Recovery Specialist he is CPR Certified with Red Cross.

Henri’s experience and knowledge of helping those who suffer with drug addiction and alcoholism is a vital asset to Boyce Family Recovery Solutions. He plays an integral role in helping families being reunited and becoming a family unit once more. Henri’s passion for serving others comes from his own experience of suffering with this illness. He believes in walking alongside with the person of concern to help them develop life skills and be able to assist in building a life worth living.

Henri is an active member of the Dallas TAAP organization and is also a proud member of NAADAC. Through Henri’s hard work and dedication to others, he believes that he can help break the cycle… one family at a time.

Erica Boyce
Certified Recovery Specialist and Interventionist

Erica Boyce is also a nationally and state Certified Recovery Specialist and Interventionist. She has been trained through Spectrum Recovery as a Peer Recovery Support Specialist and has gone through training with the International Recovery Institute as a Certified Recovery Specialist. She has been trained in the A.R.I.S.E model Intervention with Dr. Judith Landau and has been trained in the LOVE FIRST model of Intervention. She has completed training through the Addictions Academy as a Level I & II Recovery Specialist. Along with her certifications as a Recovery Specialist she is CPR Certified with Red Cross.

Erica is an active member of the Dallas TAAP organization and is also a proud member of NAADAC. She believes in helping those who suffer with drug addiction and alcoholism gain a new life and become productive once more. Erica’s experience and knowledge helps families understand they cannot fight this alone and together they can help their loved one live a life of freedom.

She is dedicated in walking alongside women and helping them gain a life that is finally worth living. Whether that is learning how to be a mother, daughter, sister, wife, friend, or employee – she understands that these are not easy roles to play when entering back into a world that was destroyed by drugs and alcohol. It takes a village and Erica knows that this battle cannot be fought alone. Together, she believes, in breaking the cycle… one family at a time.

Josh Jordan

Throughout his time in sober living environments and related facilities, Josh gathered and observed experiences and principles that not only aid him in his daily journey but also instilled in him a passion to share what he has found with other men. The several years he has been in recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction have been full of sometimes painful learning experiences. Many of these shaped him into the man he is today and continue to guide his daily life as a recovered man.

Josh is involved with volunteer work within the recovery community constantly. He enjoys the time he gets to spend in service for others. His hope is that through the formation of the community he envisions, other young men can come to know how to stand on their feet by helping each other up and becoming recovered, principled men.