Family Recovery Day
Family Recovery Day Guidelines for loved ones visiting patients admitted to Cumberland Heights
Sunday Family Recovery Day
Because family participation in treatment is critical to the healing of the family, including the patient, Cumberland Heights sets aside each Sunday as Family Recovery Day. Although all activities are important throughout the day, it is essential families follow the schedule and attend the 1:15PM family recovery groups listed below. In addition we strongly encourage you to join us earlier in the morning for our non-denominational Chapel Services beginning at 11:00AM or our Mindfulness Meditation Practice at 11:00AM with Lunch (~ 12:00PM) immediately after. Sunday morning activities set the stage for you and your loved one to attend these necessary services at 1:15PM. You will begin a journey to whole family healing which you will not regret!
Upon arrival at Cumberland Heights, please come to the Frist Family Life Center (aka FLC Building). There are three entrances. One entrance is in the back parking lot which is handicap accessible to an elevator. Two are in the front with the one near the chapel being handicap accessible. The other entrance has the front desk area and a small family break room with tables. You may call our general information line (615) 356-2700 with any additional questions about visitation.
Guidelines & Hourly Schedule
Family Recovery Day Guidelines
- If you would like to attend Chapel Services with your loved one, you are welcome to do so and then to stay for Lunch. Chapel and Lunch are a package deal.
- If you do not wish to attend Chapel Services and/or Meditation please arrive between 12:45PM – 1:115PM
- If you have a scheduled family session that is outside of normal visitation hours you are allowed to be on campus at that time, for that session.
- If you plan to visit, please let your loved one know of your plans so that they can fill out a visitor request form and make sure you are on the list on the Sunday you plan to visit.
- PLEASE NOTE: If you are not on the list you will not be permitted on campus.
|START TIME||FAMILY RECOVERY DAY SCHEDULE|
|10:15AM||1st time visitor orientation in FLC Building|
|11:00AM||Chapel Service in FLC Auditorium or Mindfulness Meditation Practice
— Men meet in MMR
— Women meet in Craig Hall lower-level small group room
— Youth Mindfulness is held in the Hazel Hawkins lower level
|12:00PM||Lunch Dining Hall (REMEMBER: You must attend morning activities to have lunch on campus)|
Recovery Connections Groups as follows:
Young Men – meet in FLC Building
|2:45PM – 4:00PM||Unstructured Family Recovery Time with Loved Ones|
|VERY IMPORTANT: Anyone who arrives to the security gate more than 10 minutes late for Chapel/Meditation will be asked to come back at 12:45PM. The latest anyone may arrive on campus on Sunday is 1:15PM.|
Patient Release of Information Form
Please keep in mind, a signed release must be requested by the patient no later than Thursday prior to your visitation weekend. All requests for Health Information from Cumberland Heights must be either be A) Notarized or B) Presented with a copy of Photo ID of the patient. The PATIENT must initial next to EACH ITEM and sign and date the request. This is our standard authorization for release of patient information. The purpose of this disclosure of information is to improve assessment and treatment planning. The sharing of information is relevant to treatment and when appropriate, to coordinate treatment services and continuing care planning. The completed form can be faxed to Cumberland Heights Medical Records at 615-432-3291, or scanned and emailed to MedicalRecords@cumberlandheights.org.
Family & Children Services
Families generally attend the Family Care Program during the Third (3rd) or Fourth (4th) week of a patient’s treatment progress, however other dates and accommodations can generally be made if this poses a problem for your family or travel schedule. Please call our Family Care Department at 615-432-3191 if you’d like to inquire about other potential dates. Family members will have interaction with the patient for about one third of the program’s schedule.