Events

Find out more about upcoming and past alumni events, conferences, benefits, functions, gatherings and more

Cumberland Heights Events

Find out about our upcoming and past alumni events, addiction conferences, benefits, functions, gatherings and more! Also throughout the year we host functions and fundraisers like; The Annual Women’s Luncheon and our Annual Concert for Cumberland Heights at the historic Ryman Auditorium that are designed to provide education and help support those living a life in recovery free of addiction to drugs or alcohol.



UPCOMING 2018 EVENTS:

Sumner County Community Education event on adolescent & substance abuse

Davidson County Community Education Program

26
Jul
2018

Davidson County Community Education Program EVENT TOPIC: Addiction Effects the Entire Family Addiction is a family disease that stresses the family to the breaking point, impacts the stability of the home, the family’s unity, mental health, physical health, finances, and overall family dynamics. Join us to learn about how your family might be effected and what … Continue reading Davidson County Community Education Program

2017 Grand Rounds Presents HIV and HEPATITIS Overview

The Continuum of Care in 1-Day: A Guide to Recovery

10
Aug
2018

What: The Continuum of Care in 1-Day: A Guide to Recovery When: Friday, August 10, 2018 Registration: 7:30 a.m. – 8:15 a.m. Presentation: 8:15 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Add to Calendar Where: Marriott, Nashville Airport 600 Marriott Drive Nashville, TN 37214 Driving Directions Contact: Ruth Ann Rigby – 601-613-7088 Stacy Bridges – 615-390-8224 This program is … Continue reading The Continuum of Care in 1-Day: A Guide to Recovery

Grand Rounds Presentation: Impacts of Trauma on the Brain

Grand Rounds Presentation: Impacts of Trauma on the Brain

15
Aug
2018

Grand Rounds Presentation: Impacts of Trauma on the Brain Natural human response to traumatic events and how we can redefine behaviors as such. Long and short term impacts on survivors and how this informs our work with survivors. Also to include a discussion on vicarious trauma and caregiver resiliency. Discussion regarding advocacy and resources through the … Continue reading Grand Rounds Presentation: Impacts of Trauma on the Brain

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Affirmation, Belief, and Connection: The ABCs of working with LGBTQ Clients

29
Aug
2018

Affirmation, Belief, and Connection: The ABCs of working with LGBTQ Clients Event Details: WHAT: Affirmation, Belief, and Connection: The ABCs of working with LGBTQ Clients WHEN: Tuesday August 28,2018 from 9:00AM – 11:30AM WHERE: Integrative LIfe Center 1104 16th Avenue South, Nashville TN 37212 Register Now Workshop Description: This 120 minute workshop will combine lecture, experiential, … Continue reading Affirmation, Belief, and Connection: The ABCs of working with LGBTQ Clients

Here Come the Mummies are an eight-piece funk-rock band of 5000 year-old Egyptian Mummies with a one-track mind.

2018 Concert for Cumberland Heights

02
Oct
2018

Celebrate our 21st Anniversary on Tuesday, October 2nd at the legendary Ryman Auditorium featuring ‘Here Come the Mummies’! PRE-PARTY & CONCERT DETAILS: Date: Tuesday, October 2, 2018 Location: Ryman Auditorium Pre-Party Times: 5:00PM – 7:00PM (location TBA) Concert Time: 7:30PM @ Ryman Auditorium (Address: 116 5th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37219) Artists Scheduled to Preform: Here … Continue reading 2018 Concert for Cumberland Heights



RECAP OF PAST EVENTS:

18
Jul
2018

Adolescent Assessments Presentation at The Cookery, Nashville WHO: Amara Schweinberg, MA — Kyle Cruze, LMFT, — Dean Porterfield, LPC-MHSP, NCC WHAT: Adolescent Assessments Presentation WHEN: Wednesday July 18, 2018 from 8:30AM – 10:30AM WHERE: The Cookery in Nashville 1827 12th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203 CONTACT HOURS: 2 PRESENTER BIOGRAPHIES: Amara Schweinberg, MA Amara Schweinberg is … Continue reading Adolescent Assessments Presentation at The Cookery, Nashville

11
Jul
2018

Workshop: Warming Up The Family To Change July 11, 2018 from 8 AM – 4 PM Cumberland Heights Music Row Outpatient Recovery Center 1619 17th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37212 The workshop has met its capacity. Please join the waitlist below. Workshop Description: Addicted family systems are locked into unhealthy roles and behaviors. When working with families, … Continue reading Workshop: Warming Up the Family to Change

11
Jul
2018

Grand Rounds 2018 – Dr. Howard Burley presents “Behavioral Addictions” Dr. Howard L. Burley, Director of Psychiatric Services Cumberland Heights, is an addiction psychiatry specialist in Nashville, TN and has been practicing for 33 years. He graduated from Meharry Medical College School Of Medicine in 1985 and specializes in addiction psychiatry. EVENT DETAILS: Topic: Behavioral Addictions … Continue reading Grand Rounds 2018 – Dr. Howard Burley presents “Behavioral Addictions”

28
Jun
2018

Beginning on June 28, 29 & 30th Cumberland Heights is proud to host the ARISE® 3-Day Comprehensive Care with Intervention Workshop. Participants will apply and practice the ARISE® method with a hypothetical case to familiarize yourself with the protocol and participants are placed in a small group that meets with an ARISE® instructor for a total of 12 hours via Zoom video conference. The meetings are held on Saturdays in blocks of 3 – 6 hours. Over the course of the meetings, participants create, develop, and present a hypothetical case using the ARISE® method.

23
Jun
2018

Join the Alumni Relations program for our annual white water rafting adventure! We have limited spots available for this event. Your RSVP is required and includes your float cost and a BBQ dinner served after the float is complete, compliments of Scott A. You will need to provide your own transportation. It takes approximately 3.5 hours … Continue reading Alumni Ocoee White Water Rafting Trip

14
Jun
2018

Sumner County Community Education Program LOCATION: Volunteer State Community College, in the Thigpen Library, Rochelle Center DATE: June 14, 2018 TIME: 6:00PM – 8:00PM REGISTER NOW! Please join us Thursday, June 14 at Volunteer State Community College in the Thigpen Library, Rochelle Center from 6:00PM – 8:00PM. The mission of the Sumner County Anti Drug Coalition … Continue reading Sumner County Community Education Program

19
May
2018

Cumberland Heights Alumni Association EventCumberland River Cruise Let’s go cruising with Captain Jim Steele, the originator of Scenic Nature Cruises in Tennessee. Every year since 2002, he has entertained thousands of passengers aboard the Blue Heron, a U.S. Coast Guard inspected 40’ pontoon boat. The scenery offers both relaxation and adventure, as the boat glides past … Continue reading Cumberland River Cruise

16
May
2018

6th Annual Southeastern Collegiate Recovery Community Summit The 6th Annual Southeastern Collegiate Recovery Conference is a great opportunity for collegiate recovery professionals and students in the southeastern region to come together, collaborate, and learn about addiction and recovery education, training, and clinical best practices. Students in recovery will have the opportunity to enhance their collegiate experience … Continue reading 6th Annual Southeastern Collegiate Recovery Community Summit

28
Apr
2018

Event: Nashville Psychotherapy Institute 2018 Spring Workshop As psychotherapists, we routinely work with our patient’s availability for emotional engagement. Our success depends, in part, on our own emotional availability. During this workshop, we will examine both the openness and resistance to emotional involvement in groups. We will discuss common sources of resistance for both members and … Continue reading Nashville Psychotherapy Institute 2018 Spring Workshop

26
Apr
2018

Come join us for the April 26, 2018 Sumner County Community Education event on adolescent & substance abuse event at Indian Lake Peninsula Church. By the time they are seniors, almost 70% of high school students will have tried alcohol, half will have taken an illegal drug, nearly 40 percent will have smoked a cigarette, and … Continue reading Sumner County Community Education

21
Apr
2018

Alumni Relations of Cumberland Heights invites to join us for an experiential activity and a day of fellowship experiencing emotions in a dynamic way! The Alumni Ropes Day consists of both low and high rope elements and processes. These experiential activities place the participant in scenarios, often outside of comfort zones, that allow emergence of a … Continue reading 2018 Alumni Ropes Day

18
Apr
2018

Ethics, Best Practices and Effective Strategies Training by AMSymposium for Executives, Admissions and Marketing professionals. WHEN:    April 18 – 19 from 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. each day WHERE: Cumberland Heights River Road Campus – in the FLC Auditorium COST:     $399 (includes admission both days, 12 CE’s, breakfast and lunch both days) REGISTER HERE NASHVILLE … Continue reading Admissions and Marketing Symposium

11
Apr
2018

The 2018 Reaching New Heights Luncheon will be held Wednesday, April 11th at 11:30am at Hillwood Country Club This year’s guest speaker is Laura Baugh, former LPGA pro and author of “Out of the Rough”. WHO: Laura Baugh WHAT: Reaching New Heights Women’s Luncheon WHEN: Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at 11:30AM WHERE: Hillwood Country Club – … Continue reading 2018 Reaching New Heights – Women’s Luncheon

09
Apr
2018

This three-day conference will include workshops for both new and experienced domestic and sexual violence advocates as well as allied professionals including law enforcement, prosecutors, sexual assault nurse examiners, university staff, and activists in the field of violence prevention. This conference will include four unique workshop tracks with a variety of speakers – Rural Communities, Sexual … Continue reading Tennessee Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence’s 2018 Conference

01
Apr
2018

Cumberland Heights Annual Egg Hunt: Hosted by the Alumni Association of Cumberland Heights Bring the family (kids under 13) to this full day of fun beginning with a service at 11:00AM in the Ishee Chapel at Cumberland Heights followed by lunch. At 2:30PM we’ll gather in The Crossings for the annual Egg Hunt, and the kids … Continue reading Alumni Association 2018 Annual Egg Hunt

17
Mar
2018

Event includes 16×20 Canvas and all painting supplies. Artist, Lisa Gardiner, will guide you step-by-step through the process. It’s easy and it’s fun! You’ll take home your masterpiece that day! Included to the right is an actual copy of the print we will be painting of the Nashville Skyline & the event flyer. Cost is just … Continue reading Recover Your Inner Artist

15
Mar
2018

Cumberland Heights Event: Train to Become A Safe and Effective Trauma Therapist! Spirit2Spirit: Trauma Healing Certification ProgramCertified Trauma Therapist®/Certified Trauma Professional® Module 2: March 15-19, 2018 from 9:00AM – 5:30PM Cumberland Heights River Road Campus – FLC Auditorium Get Directions Program Overview This 5 Module training certification is designed to sharpen clinician’s assessment & intervention skills … Continue reading Train to Become A Safe and Effective Trauma Therapist!

03
Mar
2018

Cumberland Heights Family Education Program – “Help When You Need It” Deaths from overdose are rising in all 50 states. Drugs are now the number one cause of accidental death. Narcotic addiction creates changes to the brain that merit the need for therapy. Almost all people suffering from addiction to drugs, of any kind, require assistance … Continue reading Cumberland Heights Family Education Program


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