Still Waters for Men
A strong, spiritually based 12-Step Immersion Program for Men
About Our Still Waters Program
About an hour west of Nashville in Lobelville, Tennessee, is Still Waters, a 30 day, 12 Step immersion retreat for men ages 18 and up. At Still Waters, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous principles of recovery are taught using AA and NA approved literature and fellowship, group discussions, lectures and 12 Step meetings.
In addition to learning about the disease of addiction, recovery and relapse, Still Waters emphasizes spiritual principles associated with each of the 12 Steps. Cumberland Heights’ Pastoral Services provides monthly programs and a monthly two day family services program for residents’ family members and loved ones. This additional emphasis on spiritual principles separates the Still Waters program from others.
Location and Accommodation
The Still Waters facility is a converted private residence nestled in the rolling hills of Perry County near the Buffalo River, amidst large tracts of rural forest and pasture lands. Within this 60-acre retreat, a main house provides dining services, meeting rooms, offices and housing for counseling staff. A four-room guesthouse near the heated pool and pool house can accommodate eight residents, who occupy semi-private rooms with private baths. Close by and down the drive is the cottage, which has capacity for six residents in semi-private accommodations with private baths, plus living room and laundry facilities. Residents can meditate in the extensive garden or the gazebo next to the creek.
Photo Tour of Still Waters Men – A 12-Step Immersion Program in Lobelville, Tennessee
Still Waters can serve as an alternative to, or can follow, primary or extended care programs. Still Waters is also particularly useful for persons who have had multiple treatment experiences.
Interested applicants are assessed by qualified staff to determine if Still Waters is the appropriate care option. If approved an on-campus appointment will be scheduled. Those who do not qualify are provided with alternative options for care.
All Still Waters residents must be:
- 18 years of age or older
- Willing to follow program rules
- Motivated for recovery
- Currently alcohol and drug free
- Medically and psychologically stable
Still Waters Cost and Payment Options
Still Waters can serve as an alternative to, or can follow, primary or extended care programs, based on assessment. Still Waters is also particularly useful for persons who have had multiple treatment experiences. Residents live in group fellowship with counseling staff, allowing friendships to develop into a true, supportive community.
STILL WATERS MEN SELF-PAY RATES
|SELF PAY RATES:|
|Cumberland Heights also offers a 12 step immersion program that can be used as an alternative to, or follow, primary treatment to heighten an individual’s recovery from 30 days up to 6 months. All Still Waters programs are on a self-pay basis as they no longer meet insurance criteria for an inpatient level of care, and we are not contracted with any insurance providers for this service. To learn more about our Still Waters Men programs, please visit their Still Waters Men website.||First thirty days: $8,550 ($285 per day)
Second thirty days: $7,950 ($265 per day)
Third thirty days beyond: $7,500 ($250 per day)
SPECIAL (90 DAY) DISCOUNTED TREATMENT PACKAGES
Still Waters Men 90 Day: We offer special discounting for 90 days at Still Waters – typically $24,000.00 – with the pay in full discount makes the total due $22,500.00.
Developing strong ties with the 12 Step community increases the chances of recovery success exponentially. A strong, spiritually based 12 Step approach to education and group process creates an environment that allows residents to grow emotionally and spiritually, and lays the groundwork for long-term recovery.
At the end of Still Waters’ program, a resident will have completed the first seven steps of AA/NA. He will have built his own library of recovery literature based on assigned readings and study involving AA text, NA basic text, and the 12 Steps and Twelve Traditions.
A Typical Day at Still Waters
|7 a.m.||Morning Meditation Group||All residents participate in reading from the AA Big Book and morning devotionals then set goals for the day|
|9 a.m.||Step Presentation and Discussion Group||Counselor led discussion on individual resident’s step work. All residents required to participate and provide feedback|
|11 a.m.||Personal Time|
|1 p.m.||Step Presentations / 12 & 12 Group / AA Speaker Meeting / NA Book Study||Residents present their step work with a counselor led discussion to learn about recovery issues such as the disease concept, recovery and relapse|
|4 p.m.||Personal Time|
|6 p.m.||In House Group Meeting or Outside AA/NA Meeting||The community travels to a local area 12 step community meeting or 12 step activity|
|9 p.m.||Accountability Group|