Sobriety

3 Sep 2020

DBT Skills Training Part 2

About This Course: WHEN: Wednesday, October 7 & Thursday, October 8, 2020 from 9:00am-5:00pm. WHERE: This training is virtual COST: $50 Early Bird (September 7-September 25, 2020) $75 Regular Registration (September 26- October 2)

Healing without the stigma at RecoveryFest Nashville
29 Sep 2019

News Article: Healing without the stigma at RecoveryFest Nashville

Original Article By: Seena Sleem, WTVF News Channel 5 NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — As "National Recovery Month" wraps up, people from across Nashville showed their support to those who have struggled with substance abuse. RecoveryFest Nashville was held on Saturday to celebrate the positive impact of recovery from substance abuse...

9 Sep 2019

Life actually has meaning to me now

Alex H Podcast – Life actually has meaning to me now. Spending his early 20s in the restaurant industry meant late nights, free booze and social night caps. But as Alex explains, things got out of hand quickly and he found himself at Cumberland Heights. Fortunately, now in recovery, he’s...

9 Aug 2019

I’m 100% grateful I’m an addict

Alexis H Podcast – I'm 100% grateful I'm an addict. When Alexis went to treatment the first time she decided she was going to prove everyone wrong and not take any suggestions. When that didn’t work the first or second time, she decided to finally take all the suggestions her...

8 Aug 2019

Recovery Live Podcasts

Recovery Live Podcasts Liz Stanislawski from Cumberland Heights sits down with a several key figures in recovery to discuss life and what sobriety means to them. Listen to podcasts on your Apple® iPhone, Apple iPad, Google Android®, Mac/PC, Alexa smart speaker – and even in your car. For free! Episode 1: Travis Meadows...

5 Aug 2019

Addiction is about isolation. Recovery is about connection.

Jaime G Podcast – Addiction is about isolation. Recovery is about connection. Liz sits down with Jaime Gibbons – Cumberland Heights' Alumni Relations & Volunteer Coordinator – to talk about what 16 years of sobriety looks like and how engaging with friends in recovery kept Jaime clean. Also in this...

5 Aug 2019

God did for me what I couldn’t do for myself

Travis Meadows Podcast – God did for me what I couldn't do for myself. Liz talks candidly with "Nashville's Favorite Underdog" Travis Meadows about losing his brother at a young age, cancer, addiction and his treatment journal that inspired an album. Even with so much success, writing songs for Eric...

26 Jun 2019

2016 Annual Donor Report

View Previous Reports 2018 Annual Donor Report 2017 Annual Donor Report Dear Friends, Thank you for your gifts to Cumberland Heights in 2016. Your generosity enabled us to offer a foundation for recovery to those seeking our help. For more than 50 years, we've played a major role in helping...

A guide to recognizing spirituality and self care while in addiction recovery
20 Jun 2019

2018 Annual Donor Report

View Previous Reports 2017 Annual Donor Report 2016 Annual Donor Report Dear Friends, Gifts from generous donors like you make healing possible each year for hundreds of individuals and families who come to us to recover their lives from addiction. Your donations help us to enhance our services, provide patient...

2017 Annual Donor Report
30 Nov 2018

2017 Annual Donor Report

View Previous Reports 2018 Annual Donor Report 2016 Annual Donor Report Dear Friends, Every morning when I drive through Cumberland Heights' arched gates, I am thankful for the opportunity to help patients and families "recover life." And every night when I leave, I am reminded to "Let go and let...

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.

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