At Cornerstone of Recovery, we’re one of the best addiction recovery resources in the nation, but we don’t pretend to be the only resource for those who struggle with alcohol and drugs.
In fact, we recognize that there are limitations to the help we can provide, especially when it comes to certain populations. As a for-profit medical facility, we’re in network with a wide range of private and commercial insurance plans. In addition, our sister facility, Stepping Stone to Recovery, is in network with all three managed care organizations under the umbrella of TennCare, the State of Tennessee’s Medicaid-based health care program.
In addition, our costs, compared to other facilities of similar size and clinical amenities, are reasonably priced, and we do everything we can to help individuals come up with a financial arrangement that will allow them to find a new way of life here with us. But even when we can’t, we refuse to shrug our shoulders and let those who suffer fend for themselves.
At Cornerstone of Recovery, we’re proud to partner with a number of addiction recovery resources throughout the Southeast, and when we can’t work out an arrangement to get someone in our doors, we’ll refer those individuals to other facilities.
If it’s a lack of insurance or financial resources, we have a network of providers who can help struggling addicts and alcoholics obtain a bed through state, federal and private grants. And on occasion, we receive inquiries about certain patient populations that we’re simply unable to serve — adolescents younger than 18, for example, or individuals whose drug and alcohol problems co-exist alongside serious psychiatric issues that are beyond the scope of the help our own Psychiatric Services team can provide.
In order to better serve those who need drug and alcohol treatment, we’ve compiled a list of addiction recovery resources that might be able to meet the needs of these specific populations. This is by no means a complete list, but it is a thorough one, and we’ll update it from time to time to provide the most up-to-date information we can.
Addiction Recovery Resources: Grant-Based Facilities
A great many addicts and alcoholics don’t have health insurance, and many times their desire to seek help comes when they’ve exhausted all of their financial resources on the substances that are slowly destroying them. For those reasons, it can be difficult to find a facility that accepts individuals with no money and no insurance. These facilities, however, can help:
CenterPointe by Helen Ross McNabb (Knoxville, Tennessee): 865-523-4704
New Leaf Recovery Center by Volunteer Behavioral Health (Cookeville, Tennessee): 1-877-567-6051
CADAS (Chattanooga, Tennessee): 423-756-7644
The Lighthouse Christian ministry (Memphis, Tennessee): 901-382-8106
Tony Rice Center (Shelbyville, Tennessee): 931-685-0957
Place of Hope (Columbia, Tennessee): 931-388-9406
Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) (Kingsport, Tennessee): 423-349-4070
Samaritan Recovery Community (Nashville, Tennessee): 615-244-4802
Lloyd C. Elam Mental Health Center (Nashville, Tennessee): 615-327-6256
JACOA (Jackson, Tennessee): 731-423-3653 or 731-541-8200 (for detox)
Aspell Recovery Center (Jackson, Tennessee): 731-427-7238
CAAP Inc. (Memphis, Tennessee): 901-367-7550
Turning Point at Magnolia Ridge by Frontier Health (Johnson City, Tennessee): 423-426-0940
Buffalo Valley (Hohenwald, Tennessee): 1-800-447-2766
Iron on Iron (men only, one-year faith-based program (Memphis, Tennessee): 901-526-8403
Mending Hearts (women only) (Nashville, Tennessee): 615-385-1696
Renewal House (women only; no detox) (Nashville, Tennessee): 615-255-5222
Thistle Farms Magdalene Program (Nashville, Tennessee): 615-320-5325
The Next Door (women only) (Nashville, Tennessee): 855-863-4673
In addition, there are other resources that can help individuals locate grant beds at these and other facilities, including:
The Tennessee REDLINE is a toll-free information and referral hotline operated by the Tennessee Association of Alcohol, Drug and other Addiction Services: 1-800-889-9789
Metro Drug Coalition operates a regional lifeline support number for those in need: 865-410-9527
Addiction Recovery Resources: Medicare
Addiction is the great equalizer that afflicts individuals regardless of age. A report published last year in U.S. News and World Report “found that, among people 65 and older, opioid-related emergency room visits were up 74 percent from 2010 to 2015 and opioid-related inpatient stays were up 34 percent.” Older individuals suffer from addiction and alcoholism, too, but if they have health insurance through Medicare, there are a number of addition recovery resources available to them, including:
St. Thomas Stones River (Woodbury, Tennessee): 615-563-4001
TrustPoint (Murfreesboro, Tennessee): 1-866-738-2760
Rolling Hills (Franklin, Tennessee): 615-807-4059
Turning Point (Moultrie, Georgia): 1-800-342-1075
Rivendell (Bowling Green, Kentucky): 270-843-1199
Lincoln Trail (Radcliff, Kentucky): 1-888-805-8286
Cumberland Hall (Hopkinsville, Kentucky): 270-632-0911
Rebound Behavioral Health (Lancaster, South Carolina): 1-855-248-6982
Creekside Behavioral Health (Johnson City, Tennessee): 423-830-8110
Lakeside Behavioral Health System (Memphis, Tennessee): 901-377-4700
Addiction Recovery Resources: TriCare
At Cornerstone of Recovery, we recognize the sacrifices that the men and women of the armed forces make in the service to our country. We have established veterans groups for those patients who have served, and we’ve recognized for several years now that the needs of those individuals requires an added layer of care.
We work hard to provide that care to veterans, and we now accept veterans who have insurance through the Community Care Network who need drug and alcohol treatment. In addition, beginning Feb. 1, 2021, Cornerstone of Recovery is proud to announce that our facility is now in network with TriCare to provide addiction and alcoholism treatment for both active duty military personnel, and for veterans who have served this country.
If you or someone you love has TriCare or Veterans Administration benefits, please call us for further info on the steps to take to utilize your VA benefits for treatment. At Cornerstone of Recovery, we honor the service and sacrifice of our veterans, and we're grateful for the opportunity to provide drug and alcohol treatment those individual service members.
VA or TriCare beneficiaries, please call Tennessee Outreach Manager Nora Cheney at 615-961-0165.
At Cornerstone of Recovery, we treat many individuals whose alcohol and drug use stem from self-medication of an undiagnosed mental illness. Depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and ADHD are all common ailments among patients who come to us for help, but there are other individuals who psychiatric problems and mental health issues fall outside the scope of our abilities. However, a number of facilities within a day’s drive are doing great work with treating both addiction and extreme psychiatric issues, including:
Helen Ross McNabb (Knoxville, Tennessee): 1-800-255-9711
Ridgeview Behavioral Health Services (Oak Ridge, Tennessee): 1-866-655-8254
Peninsula Behavioral Health by Covenant Health (Louisville, Tennessee): 865-970-9800
Pasadena Villa (Sevierville, Tennessee): 1-407-537-0437
Creekside Behavioral Health (Johnson City, Tennessee): 423-830-8110
Woodridge Hospital by Ballad Health (Johnson City, Tennessee): 423-431-7111
Erlanger Behavioral Health (Chattanooga, Tennessee): 1-844-864-9398
Moccasin Bend Mental Health Institute (Chattanooga, Tennessee): 423-265-2271
Skyland Trail (Atlanta, Georgia): 1-866-504-4966
Just as addiction and alcoholism can afflict older adults, they can become problems for the youngest members of society as well. According to the 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, there were 414,000 adolescents (ages 12-17) who qualified for a diagnosis of alcohol use disorder (alcoholism) and 894,000 who qualified for a diagnosis of illicit drug use disorder (addiction). Fortunately, there are a number of addiction recovery resources for those individuals throughout the region, including:
Adolescent Day Treatment by Volunteer Behavioral Health (Cookeville, Tennessee) (ages 13-18): 1-877-567-6051
CADAS Adolescent Residential (Chattanooga, Tennessee) (ages 13-17): 423-756-7644
Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) (Kingsport, Tennessee) (ages 12-17): 423-349-4070
The Pines at Willingway (Statesboro, Georgia) (ages 14-18): 1-844-259-4911
Bradford Health (Knoxville, Tennessee) (ages 13-18): 1-866-764-2409
Village Behavioral Health (Louisville, Tennessee) (ages 13-17): 1-844-526-3514
Arch Academy at Cumberland Heights (Nashville, Tennessee) (ages 14-18): 1-844-272-4674
TrustPoint (Murfreesboro, Tennessee) (ages 10-17): 1-877-703-1684
Rolling Hills (Franklin, Tennessee) (ages 13-18): 615-807-4059
Rivendell (Bowling Green, Kentucky) (teens): 270-843-1199
Cumberland Hall (Hopkinsville, Kentucky) (ages 13-17): 270-632-0911
Foothills at Red Oak Recovery (Ellenboro, North Carolina) (ages 14-17, males only): 1-866-305-9078
Skyland Trail (Atlanta, Georgia) (ages 14-17): 1-866-504-4966