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25 Mar 2021

TV News Coverage: Support Following Overdose

TV News Coverage: Support Following Overdose The Nashville Fire Department has developed to combat the opioid crisis. They are now following up with patients after an overdose, offering support and resources for treatment. We appreciate WSMV News 4, Nashville and Carley Gordon WSMV for doing this story and interviewing our...

1 Mar 2021

Spring 2021 Covid-19 Update

Covid-19 Protocols and Practices are Evolving One year into the pandemic, Director of Nursing Dana Mires shares some new safety practices being implemented on the Cumberland Heights campus. We now have the capability to provide onsite PCR molecular testing for patients and staff on our main residential campus as...

How Drug Combos Are Making Tennessee's Opioid Problem Even More Deadly
24 Feb 2021

TV News Coverage: Nashville’s Deadliest Year for Overdoses

TV News Coverage: Nashville's Deadliest Year for Overdoses Cumberland Heights is working hard to make sure those who need to be in treatment have access, all while doing our part to stop the spread of COVID-19. We cannot let 2021 be another year the addiction epidemic claims more lives.

12 Jan 2021

TV News Coverage: Transportation to Treatment

TV News Coverage: Transportation to Treatment Cumberland Heights is teaming up with Vanderbilt University and TDOT on a research project aimed at finding better transportation for those seeking treatment for substance use disorder.

Adventure Therapy
16 Apr 2020

Our Response To the COVID-19 Pandemic

Our response to the COVID-19 pandemic A word from our Director of Nursing about extra precautions being taken to protect the health and safety of our patients and staff Keeping our Cumberland Heights community healthy

15 Apr 2020

It’s a Good Time To Come To Treatment

It’s a good time to come to treatment CEO Jay Crosson reaffirms our commitment to fighting addiction during these uncertain times. We are open, accepting new patients and taking every precaution to keep our recovery community safe.