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Your Path To Recovery Starts Here

Cornerstone of Recovery, located in Eastern Tennessee, offers a remarkable recovery experience for those suffering from chemical dependency and addiction.

Cornerstone is a place where substance abuse and mental health issues can be brought out into the open and worked through so that healing may take place. Our program is based on the Bio-Psycho-Social-Spiritual model of treatment and we address all of the issues and behaviors that bring a patient to treatment. We pride ourselves on meeting our patients where they are, we develop individualized treatment plans, and we help patients achieve their goals. We propel our patients toward a life-long, successful recovery. Cornerstone of Recovery provides medical detox services that allow our patients to safely withdrawal from their substances of abuse. The therapeutic components of our program include 12 step work, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Schema Therapy, Family Therapy, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Activity Therapy, Fitness, Chronic Pain Management, Psychoeducational groups and lectures,  among others. Each patient will receive weekly individual and group therapy with a master’s level therapist along with several processing groups that offer counselor and peer support.

We hope you will take this opportunity to evaluate your situation and reach out for help if you need it. We are here, ready to help you recover.

 

Programs Tailored To The Individual

Because our patients come from all walks of life, an initial assessment will determine what program recommendations we make that will best suit the unique needs of each individual.  In addition to core treatment programs, we have developed tailored tracks to address specific needs of certain age groups and professions.  For example, we have become a top choice for many of the airline and railroad companies to send their employees when faced with addiction.  Our specialty programs include:  Young Adult, Aviation, Railroad and Professionals. 

 

A Staff That Understands

One of our most valuable tools in the drug addiction rehabilitation process is our staff.  Many of our staff members, both clinical and non-clinical, are recovering addicts/alcoholics. We have found that our patients gravitate to the recovering staff members because they “get it”. Because of this beautiful dynamic, we have chosen to invest heavily in educating and training our staff to ensure that we are able to deliver the right care, in the right way, at the right time. Armed with first-hand experience and professional training, our staff is our Cornerstone.

Testimonials

Cornerstone of Recovery saved my life. The amazing staff offered empathy, kindness, understanding and real-life experience that only other recovering addicts and alcoholics can. Cornerstone introduced me to a new way of life and 12 step recovery.  My life now is so much more than I could have ever imagined and I have Cornerstone to thank for it. I am so grateful for the experience, the tools and life-long sober friendships that I gained from Cornerstone.

When common people hear the word Addict or Addiction there is instantly a negative stigma. What people do not know, as I did not, addiction is a disease and there is help for us. Cornerstone taught me about my disease and how to live in recovery. Cornerstone saved my life in every sense of the word. When I entered Cornerstone I was lost, hopeless, and tired. I had lost the ability to live life on lives terms.
 
During my stay, Cornerstone helped me rediscover myself and how to apply tools to my daily life. I also learned how to have fun and laugh again. I am eternally grateful for Cornerstone, and have now returned to a productive satisfying life, truly enjoying everyday as a Mom, Wife, Nurse, and friend. Thank you Cornerstone for caring about me when I did not care about myself all of you made the difference and saved my life. Thank you for all you have done and are doing Leah
Before coming to Cornerstone I was in a dark, dark place. Cornerstone provided me with the tools and support I needed to discover who I truly am at my core. Today, I am sober, reasonably happy, and free from active addiction. I am grateful. 
 
Shepard B. 
The professionals program at Cornerstone showed me I'm not alone and addiction doesn't discriminate.  They helped me see truths I couldn't see, loved me when I couldn't love myself, and showed me a better way of life.  I am forever grateful! Merry G., Lin, Sarah, and Janet rock! Pam W.
When I lost my job, I looked at myself as a failure who couldn't hold on to anything important in life. I was broken, alone and embarrassed.  Cornerstone opened my eyes to a new way of life. Their inpatient and outpatient programs helped me learn from my mistakes, value myself, embrace my qualities and get involved with a 12 step program to continue learning and growing in sobriety.  With the help of Cornerstone I no longer look at myself as a failure but as a person who has options and opportunities for their life.     Kyle J
Thank you Cornerstone for providing me with the resources to get my life back in order. The counselors and therapists in the recovering professionals program are second to none. By allowing the professionals to convene in their own group, we were able to process through the difficult issues that we face in regards to our families and our careers. Through the exceptional services provided to me at Cornerstone, the course of my life has been changed dramatically in the most positive way. Thank you again, for allowing me to be the husband and father that I was intended to be. Jason M.

The staff at Cornerstone did a wonderful job and respected everyone.

Richard R. 

I hated how I got there, but what a blessing Cornerstone has been for me.

Julie

I enjoyed being able to go to Cornerstone. I was a little fearful when it was time for me to leave treatment, but the staff had me well prepared and the Recovery Monitoring staff who continue to call me is a nice touch.

 Tracy S. 

I found treatment at Cornerstone to be educational, life-changing, and the facility is first class.

Matt B. 

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Why Choose Cornerstone?

Cornerstone employs the latest research , proven methods and a complete treatment with mind - body - and soul taken into consideration. When our patients leave Cornerstone, they are prepared for the challenges they will face when they return to their everyday life. 

Rehab & Recovery Program Overview

Our alcohol and drug rehab & recovery programs are designed with the utmost care. During the initial assessment we will recommend the absolute best program to meet the needs of the patient. To view a more in-depth view of what a typical assessment and rehab & recovery program may include please click learn more. 

Alcohol and Drug Rehab Stories

Recovery Stories

Cornerstone has had many successes over the years helping people with their alcohol and drug addictions while starting them down the road of rehab and ultimately recovery. Some of our former patients as well as our employees are happy to share their story with you. 

Alcohol & Drug Rehab & Recovery Treatment Plans

Cornerstone has developed alcohol and drug rehab & recovery programs to fit the needs of our patients. As with many things in life, there is not a one size fits all approach to treating the addiction disease. Through a proper assessment and evaluation period, Cornerstone of Recovery can make the best recommendation for each individual that will give them the best opportunity to achieve a lasting recovery. 

Adult Residential

Clinically, the Adult Residential Alcohol & Drug Rehab Program is one that typically lasts between 28 and 35 days, during which time our trained counselors and other professionals develop individual treatment plans for each patient according to needs, backgrounds and situations. During that process, patients participate in a 12-Step recovery.

Relapse Recovery Program

Intensive residential inpatient program for those who have tried to stay clean in the past but been unsuccessful, even after exposure to residential treatment and 12-Step programs in the past. It’s designed to help patients target the triggers and issues that factor into their inability to stay clean, those factors that lead to a relapse

Young Adult Residential

Our Young Adult Residential rehab and recovery program is specifically structured for persons between the ages of 18 and 26. Understanding that this age group faces its own unique set of circumstances, our clinical staff focuses on developmental issues, behavior styles, and energy levels specific to the young adult.

Aviation Program

Our Aviation Professionals program was designed for patients suffering from alcoholism, drug addiction and other substance abuse problems that work within the Aviation Industry. We are the first choice for many companies within the industry when the need arises to send one of their employees out for treatment. 

Professionals Recovery Program

Addiction crosses all cultural boundaries and discriminates against no one, even the working professional. Whether you are a CEO,  attorney, doctor , pharmacist, or possibly another State or Federally licensed professional our Professionals Rehab and Recovery program was designed for you. 

Railroad Program

Our railroad workers rehab and recovery program is designed for patients suffering from alcoholism and drug or prescription medication addiction within the Railroad idustry. Our high success rate has led to Cornerstone becoming one of the most recommended treatment facilities within the industry. 

Intensive Outpatient

Our Intensive Outpatient rehab and recovery program is for addicts who have recognized their problem before it spirals completely out of control. These patients may need help but have yet to reach a point where 24-hour residential treatment is required. Timing is critical to these type of patients and immediate treatment is often the only thing that can keep things from getting far worse. 

Medical Detox

Before the recovery process can begin, the hazy fog of drugs and alcohol must be lifted. To do that, patients often need to go through a detoxification process to cleanse their systems of alcohol and/or drugs.

Aftercare Program

Cornerstone's Aftercare program was developed with one thing in mind- lasting recovery. This program is included with any of our core rehab and recovery programs.  

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"We must continue to take personal inventory and continue to set right any new mistakes as we go along. We should grow in understanding and effectiveness. This is not an overnight matter; it should continue for our lifetime. Continue to watch for selfishness, dishonesty, resentment, and fear. When these crop up, we ask God at once to remove them. We must not rest on our laurels. We are headed for trouble if we do. We are not cured of alcoholism. What we really have is a daily reprieve, contingent on the maintenance of our spiritual condition." Am I checking my spiritual condition daily?

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Happiness cannot be sought directly; it is a byproduct of love and service. Service is a law of our being. With love in your heart, there is always some service to other people. A life of power and joy and satisfaction is built on love and service. Persons who hate or are selfish are going against the law of their own being. They are cutting themselves off from God and other people. Little acts of love and encouragement, of service and help, erase the rough places of fife and help to make the path smooth. If we do these things, we cannot help having our share of happiness.

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We must continue to take personal inventory and continue to set right any new mistakes as we go along. We should grow in understanding and effectiveness. This is not an overnight matter; it should continue for our lifetime. Continue to watch for selfishness, dishonesty, resentment, and fear. When these crop up, we ask God at once to remove them. We must not rest on our laurels. We are headed for trouble if we do. We are not cured of alcoholism. What we really have is a daily reprieve, contingent on the maintenance of our spiritual condition. Am I checking my spiritual condition daily? 

Meditation for the Day

Happiness cannot be sought directly; it is a byproduct of love and service. Service is a law of our being. With love in your heart, there is always some service to other people. A life of power and joy and satisfaction is built on love and service. Persons who hate or are selfish are going against the law of their own being. They are cutting themselves off from God and other people. Little acts of love and encouragement, of service and help, erase the rough places of fife and help to make the path smooth. If we do these things, we cannot help having our share of happiness.

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God grant me the serenity 
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Taking, as He did, this sinful world 
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Trusting that He will make all things right 
If I surrender to His Will; 
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Adele Hansen2-14-75,no regrets,recovery gave me a life I never knew I could have!today I am now legally blind and have been thru a lot,but recovery is always first!!it works,if you work it,but 1st,you have to want it!!I am grateful to my HP for giving me a clean and sober life!!

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Trina WillisSeven years ago I was trying to kill myself. I am now 6 years 10 months sober. Supporting my daughter and two year old grandson. Because I am sober my daughter can stay at home and raise her son. One day at a time and a new selfless attitude!

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Walter SheltonSince 10-12-1988... One day at a time. The program works if you work it, and it won't if you don't. Thank you God for another day of sobriety.

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Ricky Pollema9-22-91. First 12 years the promises came true. I exhaled beyond my dreams. Suddenly i found myself complaining inside my mind about all the poor me at meetings. I got tired of hearing it and came up with excuses to not go to meetings. Went to a cassino on evening and won 15gs. Not a good thing for a alcoholic with addiction disorder. Wasn't long and i was spending bookoo bucks. I was a timber buyer and owner of the business in Iowa near CR. Met a gal off the internet from CR. Before i knew it i bought a 6 pack beer buzzed on three Had a child in 2000 a boy. i had bought a cabin in Minnesota on one of them 10,000 lakes, The gal i had a son with lied to me about her age. Many many thoughts what to do. " We all have said " the shoulda coulda " but i dint find a meeting i found myself going to casino, Before i knew it i was trying to pay peter with paul's $$ Then trying to win to get even, Child in debt and drinking along with smoking pot. I ran to Minnesota isolated myself got into meth thought about suicide many of times.. Way fucked up in the mind MAN wow. In Mankato i went back to AA mmm 2005 Stayed sober physically but my mind was lost trying to grasp all that i lost. And that down the road put me homeless giving up on life. To the point were i burned most everything i owned thinking of a rope and tree branch of death. The one thing that kept me alive was the thought of my son that one day i might hear him say. Hi Dad. Words i yet have gotten to here. Alcohol became my friend again.Then i lost my dad to cancer 2nd wife kept me out of his will only child i am. went back t Iowa In the logging bizzness Manson west of fort dodge. Whisky bent from hell Cops and all. And now i'm back in Minnesota do PCA work for a disabled vet and go to meetings 3 or more times a week, got a sponsor. Involved making coffee reading How it works and the.

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James CrawfordI have been in recovery 6/15/92 a day at a time. It only works if you are working the program helping another alcoholic.

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Tom GalliganJune 4, 1987. There are no short cuts, no softer easier way. There are lots of fancy spa type rehabs that will take your money, but if you don't take the Steps....." half measures availed us nothing."

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Carol Rider Person5 1/2 years sober.....and I thought making it to 1 month was a miracle!

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Larr SlickOctober 30th will be 26 years for me...My two brothers an two sisters (3 and my Father, all have walked on , two at 58 years of age ) and my Father were alcoholics, myself and one brother are sober....

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Sally Gregoire5-29-86 . One year at a time I would tease when I was in the hospital. I told myself that if only one of us makes it, it's going to be me. Never want to live that he'll of a life again. One pill, one drink is not worth giving up the feel good I have in sobriety.

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Scott ScholtenFor me, it's the first sentence from Working With Others.. And oh yeah. 9/9/08 11:03 pm. Did a pour in the toilet, went to bed, woke up went to my first aa meeting and by the grace of a higher power haven't had a drink since my first meeting.

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Trevor Karl5/1/15 recovery has given me a new life. EVERYTHING has changed! EVERYTHING had to change for me to stay sober. Good things came and bad things came. My sister went missing for a little while and some family members passed away. I got married to my long time sweetheart this summer. It hasn't always been easy but always been totally worth it. And a drink never would've made any of it better. It's good to me to be in recovery. I'll keep coming back

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June MarksWhat about the drug addict in an our of rehab who harasses and victimises the innocent. What about the survival of the victim. Is that not more beautiful

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Kristin GroverSober since 4/13/15 i am proud to say i have over a year of sobriety!!! <3

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Janet Martin9 years the growth and love in myself just the way I am is amazing!

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Julie Mote11years and 10months, woohoo,Life is still a struggle at times, but i can deal with it alot better now, than when i was useing, thanks to The Salvation Army and my higher power.

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Troy UnderwoodWon't let me post pic here just took 1 yr. Tuesday the 16th. Was very special as my home group does 90 days, 1 yr. And every year there after.

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Pat DunnThat is so awesome! It shows that it works one day at a time if you give your all One Day At A Time! I've been doing it 34 1/2 years & I'm very blessed!!

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Debbie Ross-Rainwater7 yrs. this November clean and sober. Never regretted it for one minute.

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Shane GodfreySober since I got up today. Today is all I have. If you have one foot in yesterday one foot in tomorrow your pissing on today. So keep it in the day.

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Marybeth Novak9/1/91....this Sept 1,2016 will be twenty five years clean and sober unbroken sobriety

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Suzzanne JoelNovember 15, 2012. Sobriety fits me and it defiantly fits all of you.

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Deb Conran6 1-2 years and going strong in Ocean City, MD. A life and happiness beyond my wildest dreams ❤️

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Tom Palin14 years and getting better. Does it cure all? No. But what's bad is tolerable sober. Drunk impossible.

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Linda BurnheimerThat is a 1 month coin showing! 15 yrs, as of August 20th.

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Jose Luis RodriguezBeen Sober since July 10, 2014. Thank God ,Praise God and the AA FELLOWSHIP FOR GIVING ME A LIFE I COULD HAVE NEVER DREAMED OF!!

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