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20 Feb 2012

Reaching New Heights Women’s Luncheon

The luncheon, to benefit the women's programs, will be held on Thursdsay, March 29th, 2012 at Hillwood Country Club. This year's event chairs are Marguerite Clayton and Monica McDougall. This year's speaker is renowned author and interventionist Joani Gammill. Joani is currently employed in a...

17 Jan 2012

CH, MusiCares & Paul McCartney…

Cumberland Heights is a proud gold sponsor of the MusiCares Person of the Year dinner and concert on Friday, February 10th at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Sir Paul McCartney will be honored at the event.

9 Nov 2011

For Alcoholics The Holidays Are Anything But Happy, Expert Says

Though the holidays are the most wonderful time of the year for many, for alcoholics they can be the most perilous, according to Chapman Sledge, M.D., chief medical officer of Cumberland Heights treatment center. Because of the stress that comes with a hectic season and rituals that involve drinking,...

24 Oct 2011

Serenity Fest Nov. 5

Save the date - Satuday Nov. 5, 2011 from 12:00 - 4:00. Patients, families, alumni, staff and guests are all invited. Hot dogs, S'mores, snacks and great music on top of the hill near the Alumni Pavillion.

29 Sep 2011

Blessing of the Animals

On Sunday, October 2nd, You are invited to attend a Blessing of the Animals. Our own Paul Pradat, will be dedicating a service to the blessing of Animals at 6:00pm, at our River Road Campus in the Auditorium of the Frist Family Life Center. The History behind...

16 Sep 2011

September Is National Recovery Month

September is National Recover Month and in honoring that, we would like to recognize the following Cumberland Heights employees for their years of service and for giving themselves to the cause each and every day. Jaime Garza, LADAC Jaime, a counselor in the Extended Care Program, has been with CH...

27 Jun 2011

CH Efforts At Own Recovery A Success

Nearly a year ago, the benefits manager for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee canceled a contract with Cumberland Heights, one of the area's oldest and largest inpatient drug and alcohol treatment facilities. The upshot of that decision was that patients' expensive stays at the 45-year-old facility, which sits on a 177-acre...

17 Jun 2011

Without needle, narcotic emerges in suburbs

When we think of heroin, most of us think of it as a seamy, urban drug, used by people who live under bridges, are chronically unemployed, and use by injection. While Tennessee is certainly not alone in this trend, it is disturbing to realize that heroin is moving into areas...

2 Dec 2010

Duke Kennedy, “Volunteer Fundraiser of the Year”

Duke Kennedy was recognized at the 2010 National Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon as the "Volunteer Fundraiser of the Year" for the 13 years of volunteer service he has given Cumberland Heights.   He helps in the development department to promote the Patient Assistance Fund for which he has raised...

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