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JJ Rosen is founder and chairman of Atiba
15 Dec 2017

The Boss: This Nashville tech man relaxes Big Easy style

Contributor Note: Aftercare Director Johnny Rosen, has been with Cumberland Heights since 1996. Along with serving the Alumni of Cumberland Heights, Johnny also supports technical needs, from recording the Sunday services to assisting in all sound, lighting and video projects on campus and for Cumberland Heights events. His son,...

In recent years, young adults have sought treatment for addiction in increasing numbers
29 Sep 2017

Youth Counselor: Alcohol, Marijuana Use Sending Teens to Rehab at Faster Ra...

By: Brett MartinWKRN New Channel 2, Nashville NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - Addiction is sweeping the country and impacting young people every day. According to the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse, 25 percent of teenagers who use drugs become addicted before they turn 18. cumberland-heights-youth-counselor-alcohol-marijuana-sending-teens-to-rehab-at-faster-rate "Drug addiction is chaotic,"...

Cumberland Heights opted for geothermal HVAC largely because of its energy efficiency and effectiveness. The system is designed to pay for itself within seven to 10 years through lower energy costs
28 Sep 2017

What Works: Geothermal Climate Control

Original Article By: Joanna Sammer When Nashville-based Cumberland Heights had to address an aging infrastructure for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) on its 11-building campus, it chose a geothermal system. The organization’s experience offers insight into how behavioral healthcare organizations can evaluate and manage the installation of such a...

NPR: How Drug Combos Are Making Tennessee's Opioid Problem Even More Deadly
26 Sep 2017

NPR: How Drug Combos Are Making Tennessee’s Opioid Problem Even More ...

Original By: AMY ESKIND Posted On: September 25, 2017 Drug Combos Are Making Tennessee's Opioid Problem Even More Deadly NPR: How Drug Combos Are Making Tennessee's Opioid Problem Even More Deadly The combining of powerful drugs — both purposeful and unintentional — is making Tennessee's opioid epidemic even more deadly. The latest figures...

Combining Dangerous Drugs Pushes Tennessee Overdose Deaths To Record High
19 Sep 2017

NPR: Combining Dangerous Drugs Pushes Tennessee Overdose Deaths To Record H...

By: NATASHA SENJANOVIC Date: SEPTEMBER 18, 2017 https://www.cumberlandheights.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/overdoses_1.mp3 State Health Department officials say more Tennesseans died from drug overdoses last year than ever before in recorded history. The more than 1,600 deaths marked a 12 percent increase over the previous year. The recent data show a rise in fatal overdoses from a combination...

The New Face of Opioid Addiction, Specialists Address Disturbing Trends, Skyrocketing Death Rates
15 Sep 2017

The New Face of Opioid Addiction

By: MELANIE KILGORE-HILL Published: September 14, 2017 Specialists Address Disturbing Trends, Skyrocketing Death Rates More than 2.5 million Americans suffer from opioid use disorder, which contributed to more than 33,000 overdose deaths in 2015, according to figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Fortunately, a growing number of treatment options...

Reaching New Heights: Stories of Hope
30 Apr 2017

Reaching New Heights: Stories of Hope

AUTHOR: Nancy Floyd | PHOTOGRAPHER: Eric England | DATE: APRIL 28, 2017 The Reaching New Heights luncheon for Cumberland Heights reached new heights indeed with a record-size crowd showing up for the annual women's fundraiser at Hillwood Country Club. Co-chairs Grace Clayton and Kathleen Estes joked that they'd like to...

18 Apr 2017

Reaching New Heights Luncheon to benefit nonprofit Cumberland Heights

The annual Reaching New Heights Luncheon to benefit nonprofit Cumberland Heights was held at Nashville’s Hillwood Country Club. This year’s guest speaker was Jeannette Walls, author of The Glass Castle. The popular fundraiser for the alcohol and drug-addiction recovery center was co-chaired by Grace Clayton and Kathleen Estes, with a...

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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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