I Need Help
Help is available at Cumberland Heights, a 50 year recovery organization and proven leader and accredited drug and alcohol treatment center
What To Do if You Need Help with Alcohol or an Addiction
Acknowledging you need for help for the disease of addiction is a difficult first step on your road to recovery. As with most chronic diseases, there are many misconceptions about addiction and addiction treatment.
Fifty years ago, chemical dependency was widely believed to be a moral weakness. This belief created a social stigma that prevented millions from reaching out for help. Today we understand that addiction is not caused by moral weakness or a lack of personal character – it is a medical disease over which the addict has no control. As with other diseases, without help the outcome is often tragic.
At Cumberland Heights our treatment programs encompass the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions of recovery through professional excellence, the principles of the 12 Steps, and a safe, loving environment.
Prior to being admitted to Cumberland Heights you will receive a comprehensive assessment with an admissions counselor which helps us determine the appropriate course for your treatment. Financial arrangements are typically agreed upon prior to your scheduled admission. Our insurance relations specialists will assist you in maximizing the benefits available under your health insurance plan. Check out more information on financial matters and view a list of the most common insurance companies we accept.
Additional Resources & The Admissions Process
It is our goal to make the admission experience for addiction treatment as comfortable and simple as possible for those individuals seeking recovery. Our highly trained admissions counselors are dedicated to assisting you through each step of the admissions process. Each patient may present a unique need or circumstance, and those needs deemed appropriate during treatment are often met. Please use the resources below to learn more about what addiction looks like and more importantly how to take the next steps for treatment care.