MAILING ADDRESSCumberland Heights
P.O. Box 90727
Nashville, TN 37209
PHYSICAL ADDRESS3441 Lebanon Pike, Suite 108
Hermitage TN 37076
Cumberland Heights Drug & Alcohol Treatment
Cumberland Heights in Hermitage/Old Hickory TN is a 12-step based outpatient alcohol & drug rehab program. Cumberland Heights’ Intensive Outpatient Program is designed for individuals age 18 and above who may be in the early stages of dependency or are experiencing problems with alcohol or drug use.
Alcohol & Drug Addiction Treatment in Hermitage/Old Hickory Tennessee
Addiction recovery is possible. It’s important to know that people just like you win their battles with addiction every day. Choosing to get help for alcohol and drug addiction takes great courage. In 2012, an estimated 23.1 million Americans over the age 12 needed treatment for drug addiction or alcoholism. However, only 10% of those suffering sought treatment for this disease. Don’t suffer needlessly. Cumberland Heights Hermitage/Old Hickory can help.
What is Intensive Outpatient Treatment?
Cumberland Heights’ Intensive Outpatient Program in Hermitage/Old Hickory is designed for people whose needs and schedules vary. A quality intensive outpatient drug and alcohol rehab program will be designed to treat the whole person, not just the addiction.
Prior to enrollment in the program, all patients complete an admission process and receive orientation including a review of patient expectations, safety guidelines, and program components. During treatment each patient works closely with their counselor/case manager in planning treatment goals and developing an individualized treatment plan. The counselor coordinates and collaborates with referrals for ancillary health, vocational or psychological needs the patient may have.
The Hermitage Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is structured to include individual counseling, experiential learning groups, family education groups, and group counseling. A range of topics is discussed in treatment including, but not limited to medical aspects of addiction, disease progression, family disease, spirituality, recovery tools and relapse prevention. Patients are oriented to the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics/Narcotics Anonymous and participation in local twelve step support groups is required. Patient families are strongly urged to complete the family program. Compliance with abstinence is monitored through the use of random urine drug screens. A patient’s length of stay is usually 20 sessions but can be variable based upon the patient’s clinical needs and progress. Continuing care services, including onsite aftercare groups, are coordinated onsite for patients after completing the program.
Hermitage/Old Hickory outpatient services include:
- Assessments conducted by trained clinical staff
- Group Counseling
- Family Counseling
Hermitage/Old Hickory outpatient alcohol and drug abuse services are intended for individuals who:
- Live in Hermitage Hills, Travis, Tulip Grove, Berryville, Hermitage Woods, Sherwood Forest, Lincoya Hills, Gertrude, Lakewood, Cloverhill, Springmont, Marvel, Donelson, Highland Heights, Lankford Farms, Woodlake, Jackson Hollow, Harbor View, TN or surrounding areas,
- who do not require medically supervised detoxification,
- have a stable, supportive home and work environment
- are self-motivated.
For more information regarding this location please visit our local Cumberland Heights Hermitage / Old Hickory Drug & Alcohol Treatment page or contact our local office at (615) 356-2700 or call our admissions line at (800) 646-9998.
Outpatient Schedule & Times
|Orientation: 1 hour before group, first date of attendance.|
1. ADULT Intensive Outpatient Services – Morning OR Evening Programs
2. Family Program
3. Aftercare — CH Alumni & Family (separate meetings)
4. 12-Step Meetings
|You may start group on any day, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday. We ask that you arrive at 8:00 AM or 5:00 PM so that you will have time to meet with your counselor. At that time, we will make sure we have all your paperwork in order and to direct you to your meeting room. Your orientation will be done first, then attend regular group meeting from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM or 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM|
Please Note: Patient’s family members can start the same day and session as the patient provided a release of information is signed upon admission.