Alcohol & Drug Rehab That Accepts Aetna Health Insurance Near Nashville TN
Sometimes, getting better means getting away — which means if you're seeking drug and alcohol treatment, and you live in or near Nashville, you should look beyond the borders of Davidson County, especially if you have benefits provided by an Aetna health insurance plan.
For more than 30 years, Cornerstone of Recovery — located near Knoxville, Tennessee — has provided addiction and alcoholism treatment to patients from across the country, including many from the Nashville area. We're in network with most major private and commercial insurance providers, including Aetna, and we provide a full continuum of care that offers those who come to us for help the best chance at a new way of life without the crushing need to use alcohol and drugs. We were established in 1989 by a recovering alcoholic, and while we've grown tremendously over the last three decades — including a move in 2017 to our current location, a 25-acre campus that includes a residence tower, a dining hall overlooking the water and a state-of-the-art fitness center — our core philosophy remains the same: that with the proper combination of kindness, acceptance, education, therapy and encouragement, those who struggle can stop using and drinking, lose the desire to do so and find a new way to live.
That begins in our safe, medically supervised detox program, which helps those who come to us for help wean off of the substances that are part of the problem. Afterward, they'll address their other issues in one of our four residential inpatient programs: Newcomers, for those seeking help for the first time; Recovery Renewal, for rehab alumni who have been unable to stay clean and sober; Young Adult, for 18- to 26-year-old men; and our Women's Only Program, a supportive enclave for female patients to process their traumas without male interference. Residents of each program will take part in peer support groups, one-on-one counseling, educational lectures, therapy sessions and a host of other therapeutic offerings. Our psychiatric team will evaluate patients for possible dual diagnosis treatment for co-occurring mental health issues, and our family therapy team will, if a patient so desires, invite loved ones into the therapy process. We'll provide them with Activity Therapy sessions to engage their minds, Fitness Therapy for their bodies and a supportive community in which to process it all.
It's what we call a "whole person" approach to treatment, and for Aetna policyholders who live in Nashville needing our help, it's worth the trip. You may be able to find decent treatment closer to home, but you won't find better treatment than what we offer at Cornerstone of Recovery.
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What Is Involved With The Alcoholism Treatment Programs?
From the time you make your first phone call to Cornerstone of Recovery, we begin working to change your life. We'll gather all of the information we need to arrange for you to travel to Cornerstone from Nashville, and we'll put your Aetna policy into action to get you the help that you need for an alcohol and drug problem. Every step of the way, you'll be met with understanding and empathy by members of the Cornerstone staff — the majority of whom are in recovery themselves, some of whom are alumni of the very facility at which they now work. We understand what you're going through, because we've been through it as well — and we've found that life on the other side of addiction and alcoholism, free of the shackles of chemical slavery, is better than anything we could have imagined when we first sought help for our problems.
Newcomers Inpatient Program
Going to drug and alcohol treatment for the first time is a frightening prospect. In our Newcomers Program, we take those individuals and do two things: provide them with the therapy they need to address and overcome the issues that have contributed to their problem, and give them the education they need to understand it as well. Addicts and alcoholics aren't "bad" people who need to be "good" — they're sick people who need to heal, and they can do so in this program.
Recovery Renewal Inpatient Program
For some addicts and alcoholics, rehab isn't a "one and done" process. For one reason or another, they falter and relapse, and the guilt and shame they feel when they do can be crippling. Our Recovery Renewal Program is designed to pick them up and help them get back on their feet — to address issues that were previously overlooked, to face traumas that were previously unrecognized and to implement the tools they need to stay clean and sober permanently.
Young Adult Inpatient Program
If you find yourself with a drug and alcohol problem before you're out of your teens, you're facing a crisis of monumental proportions: a future derailed before it's truly gotten off the ground, with no clear idea of how to get it back on track. Our Young Adult Program, designed for men ages 18 to 26, that's exactly what we do: help those who develop a problem early in life to learn how to overcome it, so that they can put together a future worth living, without alcohol and drugs.
Women Only Inpatient Program
Women who struggle with addiction and alcoholism have recovery needs that are different from their male counterparts. Our unique Women's Only Program is designed to provide a place to meet those needs, and to do so in an environment that's nurturing, supporting and without the interference of a coeducational program.
Residential inpatient treatment is just part of the recovery journey, which for many individuals is a lifelong process — but that's not a bad thing. In fact, those who come to embrace recovery as a new way to live come to understand that it represents freedom — to be the persons they always knew they were capable of being, and to do so with integrity, honesty, compassion and the support of brothers and sisters on the same journey. After residential inpatient, some of those individuals may be ready to return home to Nashville, while others may want to extend their safety net and take part in our eight-week Intensive Outpatient Program (which, incidentally, is likely covered by your Aetna policy). Either way, we'll help you develop a post-residential recovery plan that best meets your needs, so that long-term sobriety isn't just a goal — it's a reality.
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Cornerstone of Recovery
4726 Airport Hwy
Louisville , TN 37777