Family Care Program Schedules & Agendas
Cumberland Heights and the Family Care Program wishes to extend our invitation for you to participate along with other family members in our Family Program. Cumberland Heights supports and encourages your participation in this integral part of the treatment process. We offer 2 program sessions for participation, please choose whichever fits your schedule better. The first session begins Saturday – Monday, the other begins Sunday – Tuesday.
Family Recovery Day Schedule
We are glad that you are interested in spending time with your loved one while at Cumberland Heights. Your presence greatly increases the recovery outcomes for your loved one in treatment as well as for you, your family, and generations to come. Although all activities are important, it is essential that all visitors participate in the 1:15PM family recovery groups on Sunday. There is a lot going on at Cumberland Heights on Sunday. These notes will help you navigate. If you’d like a convenient printable agenda/schedule please click one of the buttons above.
- Please arrive early. This allows you to have plenty of time to park, get to the Family Life Center to register, get your visitor badge, and get to your scheduled activity.
- Please check in. The Frist Family Life Center (FLC Building) is the large building with the clock tower to the left of the parking lot. Please go to the far entrance and you will find our receptionist. Again, this is where you will sign in.
- Please join us for lunch! Please note: that lunch is only available (cost is $12/adult) for those visitors who attend morning activities, which include Chapel, Mindfulness Meditation Practice, or individual family sessions. There are several restaurants available on Charlotte Avenue near River Road for your convenience if you aren’t able to attend these morning activities. Please note that you must be here by 11:00AM in order to participate in the morning activities and lunch on campus.
- If you can only attend the afternoon activities, please arrive at 12:45PM and proceed to the FLC Building as noted above.
| START TIME
|| FAMILY RECOVERY DAY SCHEDULE
||1st time visitor orientation in FLC Building
||Chapel Service in FLC Auditorium or Mindfulness Meditation Practice|
— Men meet in MMR
— Women meet in Craig Hall lower-level small group room
— Youth Mindfulness is held in the Hazel Hawkins lower level
||Lunch Dining Hall (REMEMBER: You must attend morning activities to have lunch on campus)
Recovery Connections Groups as follows:
Young Men – meet in FLC Building
Traditional Adult Women – meet in Craig Hall lower level large group room
Traditional Adult Men, as well as Extended Care Men – meet in MMR
Family Education Group (First Step Families) – meet in FLC Auditorium
First Step patients join their families at 2:15pm in the FLC
|2:45PM – 4:00PM
||Unstructured Family Recovery Time with Loved Ones
| VERY IMPORTANT: Anyone who arrives to the security gate more than 10 minutes late for Chapel/Meditation will be asked to come back at 12:45PM. The latest anyone may arrive on campus on Sunday is 1:15PM.
Family Counseling Training
Participants of this family counseling training will discuss the principles of Twelve Step recovery and how the principles hold a congruence with ethical practice and the ethos of professional self-care. Participants will create a symbol to represent their adherence to modeling principled practice when delivering family services.
WHO: Ann Rainey & Barbara Larew-Adams
WHAT: Family Counseling Training
WHEN: Wednesday 08/22 & Thursday 08/23 from 8:00AM – 4:00PM both days
WHERE: Frist Family Life Center (FLC) Rooms 114/115 (on the campus of Cumberland Heights)
COST: FREE for CH Employees!
- Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the impact of substance abuse on family members
- Participants will examine the characteristics of relationship addiction and codependency
- Participants will be shown the family is an interactive, interrelated system
- Participants will explore ways to integrate the principles of recovery in family work
- Participants will be taught primary goals and objectives of early recovery for individuals, couples and families
- Participants will experience the application of the Karpman Triangle and the Empowerment Triangle as tools of family work
- Participants will learn developmental needs of self-worth and how living with addiction can erode healthy self-worth
- Participants will be able to distinguish and to describe for individuals, couples and families the shame and guilt
- Participants will identify core issues of shame and its impact on the individuals and the family as whole entity
- Participants will be shown tools and techniques to enrich the bonding and boundaries in family work
- Participants will be shown a minimum of three ways to intervene on unhealthy family relational patterns
- Participants will be taught the 7 C’s of addiction recovery and ways to use these with children, adolescents and adults
- Participants will experience and practice the use of experiential tools, including the empty chair, as means of clarifying and deepening family recovery
- Participants will witness and participate in the use of sculpting with families
- Participants will clarify ways to identify and to curb countertransference when working with families, including tools of professional self-care and the maintaining of boundaries
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 to get their lives back on track.
WHAT: Cumberland Heights Family Education Program – “Help When You Need It”
WHEN: Saturday, March 3, 2018 from 12:00PM – 2:00PM
WHERE: Cumberland Heights Sumner County ORC 1531 Hunt Club Blvd, Suite 300, Gallatin, TN 37066
Cumberland Heights is proud to partner with the Sumner County Anti Drug Coalition to provide both prevention information and resources for treatment. Please join us to learn more about prevention and treatment of substance use disorders.
Grand Rounds – The Department of Children’s Services presents Mandatory Reporting
Participants can expect to learn the guidelines for mandatory reporting of suspected or actual child abuse or neglect of children and dependent adults in the state of Tennessee.
Anyone Interested & All Staff of Cumberland Heights
Grand Rounds – The Department of Children’s Services presents Mandatory Reporting Training
April 26, 2017 from 1PM – 4PM
Frist Family Life Center, 8283 River Road Pike Nashville, TN 37209
3 CE’s will be offered via NAADAC and NBCC