Cumberland Heights Appoints John McAndrew as New Music-Assisted Therapist

  Cumberland Heights Appoints John McAndrew as New Music-Assisted Therapist NASHVILLE, Tenn. — March 20, 2015 — Cumberland Heights announced today that John McAndrew, recording artist and recovery professional, will be joining the organization in a newly created music-assisted therapy position and as a member of the business development team. McAndrew will develop and expand… Read More


Our Week in Review March 16-20

Blog Posts Cumberland Heights Blog: Sunday Service March 15, 2015 Cumberland Heights Blog: Using Yoga as a Compliment to Addiction Treatment Social Media Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ I was not able to grasp the concept of “letting go, and letting God,”until I found Al-Anon…” read more on our blog This week we will answer questions… Read More


Our Week in Review March 9-13

Blog Posts Sunday Service Collegiate Recovery and the Young Adult Program at Cumberland Heights Social Media Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ Colleges do not create problem drinkers, but they can play a pivotal role in how students respond to drinking   Were you sober in college? We would like your advice. How did you handle the abundance… Read More


Increase in Admissions after the Super Bowl.

Dr. Chapman Sledge, the medical director at Cumberland Heights Addiction Treatment Center in Nashville, said he notices the increase every year around this time. He said it’s spurred by all the social pressure to drink around events like the Super Bowl, but that often it’s a problem that has started much earlier than that. Read… Read More


The Tennessesan, “Nashville Drug Treatment Center Launches YouTube Series”

Via The Tennessean Link A Nashville drug treatment center has taken toYouTube to capture candid conversations with people with histories of addiction. The first two-minute video posted by Cumberland Heights delves into detoxification, a process that often raises fears for addicts considering coming forward for help. In the video, a Nashville-area man in his 20s who got help… Read More


WKRN, “Former Addict Helping Teens Overcome Addiction”

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Conner Davidson grew up in a middle class family in Nashville. He went to a small private school and appeared to have things together. Davidson, however, said he was living a double life, battling a serious drug addiction. He started using heroin at a young age when someone offered him the illegal… Read More


The Big Payback

“Nonprofits do life-changing work every day across Middle Tennessee and it’s time for us to come together through The Big Payback to support their efforts and recognize the positive impact they have on our neighbors, in our own backyards,” said Ellen Lehman, president of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. On May 6, 2014 Cumberland… Read More


CEO Jim Moore Awarded NAATP’s Prestigious Administrator of the Year Award

Nashville, Tenn., June 5, 2014 – Jim Moore, CEO of Cumberland Heights, has been awarded the prestigious Administrator of the Year award by the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP). Moore received the award at the NAATP conference on May 20, 2014 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Moore has served as the leader of Cumberland… Read More