Recover Life.
Transforming lives since 1966

We transform lives, giving hope and healing to those affected by alcohol or drug addiction.

Do You Need Help?

Learn the signs of addiction to determine whether it’s time to seek treatment.

We Have the Program for You

Our individualized programs are tailored to your needs and history.

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Take the first step. Our admissions staff will answer all of your questions.

You deserve to break free from addiction. We transform lives.

Cumberland Heights is more than a campus, it’s a community. Whether you’re seeking recovery on our beautiful 177-acre campus on the banks of the Cumberland River, attending one of our 15 Outpatient Recovery Centers, or you’re a loved one of a teen enrolled in our premier adolescent facility, ARCH Academy, you are part of Cumberland Heights.

Our dedicated staff will walk with you every step of the way on your journey, helping you rewrite your story – a story of hope, healing, and happiness.

Review Our Annual Outcomes Report (2022)

Produced by our Research Institute, the Annual Outcome Report highlights key findings observed across our health system. We believe these data represent the positive impact treatment can have on patient’s, their families, and our communities

successful outcome statistics


Reduction in Depression Symptoms


Reduction in Anxiety Symptoms


Reduction in Craving Symptoms

In Network with over 25 Providers

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Still Waters Podcast

Episode 2 of the Cumberland Heights Podcast features Executive Director Heath Chitwood and Outreach Coordinator Alexis Salyer of our Still Waters 12-Step Immersion Program, along with host and Cumberland Heights Chief Science Officer Dr. Nick Hayes. They chat about what sets our Still Waters program apart from other programs, how Still Waters serves men and […]

Debra Jay

For our debut episode, Dr. Nick Hayes, Chief Science Officer at Cumberland Heights, welcomes author, speaker, and addiction specialist Debra Jay to our new River Road podcast studio. She tells us more about the Structured Family Therapy program she developed, debunks myths we often believe about recovery, and shares her personal experience attending an Al-Anon […]

Cumberland Heights Staff Featured in Treatment Magazine

The “Life-saving, Life-giving” Work of Recovery Support Chief Science Officer, Dr. Nick Hayes and Casey Hyatt, the head of our Recovery Care Advocacy Program were featured in this thoughtful piece about long-term recovery support by Treatment Magazine. Recognizing the critical importance of connection and community in recovery, providers are developing new programs and new tools […]

Why is it so meaningful to give to Cumberland Heights?

Your gift to Cumberland Heights through our annual and capital initiates gives immediate support to patients and their families. To make a longer term impact a gift to the endowment fund will provide patient assistance funding for years to come.