Alcohol & Drug Rehab That Accepts Humana Health Insurance Near Louisville KY
If you have an alcohol or drug problem, live in or near Louisville, and you have commercial or private insurance through Humana, you can change your life with a four-hour drive.
Located near Knoxville, Tennessee, Cornerstone of Recovery has been a leader in the drug and alcohol treatment field since 1989, when we first opened our doors as a small facility with 18 beds and 22 staff members. Three years ago, we moved to a new campus — four buildings on 25 acres, with 172 beds and more than 250 staff members, making us one of the largest residential treatment centers in the state of Tennessee. But while we've grown in size, our mission remains the same: abstinence-based treatment, anchored by the 12 Steps and augmented by evidence-based therapies that address, trauma, pain, family of origin issues and co-occurring mental health disorders.
We're located 15 minutes from downtown Knoxville and 30 minutes from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and our staff members are drawn from both academia and the local recovery community. In fact, the majority of our clinical staff is in recovery from addiction and alcoholism themselves, and we very much believe in the adage that "the therapeutic value of one addict helping another is without parallel." Our founder was a recovering alcoholic, and his calling was to help others find sobriety as he did. It's a calling we're honored to answer today, and for those who come to us from the Louisville area who have a Humana policy, we look forward to introducing you to our "whole person" approach to recovery.
That means treating your body, through the medically supervised detox process that begins your treatment. That means treating your mind, through psychiatric evaluations that can determine whether you need dual diagnosis treatment for issues like depression or bipolar disorder. That means treating your emotions, through psychotherapies like Cognitive Processing Therapy, Acceptance And Integration Training and many more. And that means treating your spirit, through the camaraderie, companionship and bonds forged in one of our four residential inpatient programs: Newcomers, for first-time drug and alcohol rehab patients; Recovery Renewal, for individuals who can't seem to stay sober despite previous treatment attempts; Young Adult, for men ages 18 to 26; and Women's Only, for all of our female clients.
But that's not all. Distressed over family problems caused by your drinking or drug use? Our Family Therapy Program can help. Wanting to do something about a physical condition that's deteriorated because of drugs and alcohol? You'll have regular use of our on-campus fitness center. Worried about how much or how little your Humana plan will cover? Our financial team will help you arrange for payment plans and navigate the insurance web. Nervous about finding a sober community when you return home to Louisville? We'll set you up with all of your aftercare needs.
At Cornerstone, we're not just another drug and alcohol treatment center. We're one of the best, and we've got 30 years of experience in changing lives for the better.
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What Is Involved With The Alcoholism Treatment Programs?
"What is treatment like?" It's a transformation. From the moment you arrive, we'll make sure you leave one thing behind: shame. Addiction and alcoholism are legitimate diseases, recognized as such by science and medicine, and while you may feel guilt for some of the things you've done, that doesn't mean you're a "bad" person who needs to become "good" — you're a sick person who needs to get better. For three decades, we've been helping thousands of addicts and alcoholics from all over the country — including many from Louisville — get better, and our reputation is such that we're in network with most major commercial and private insurance plans, including Humana. They recognize what you'll find when you arrive: that the drug and alcohol treatment we provide is about so much more than just stopping the use of substances. It's about changing your life.
Newcomers Inpatient Program
In our Newcomers Program, patients will embark on a journey that teaches them about the disease concept and introduces them to therapeutic tools to combat it. We'll set you up with individual counseling, and we'll introduce you to a community of peers who are on a similar journey. Together, you'll discover that the destination isn't the point: It's what you learn along the way that makes your life fulfilling, and through the tools we provide, we'll help you understand how to do that.
Recovery Renewal Inpatient Program
A journey of sobriety is often a twisted, winding road, sometimes fraught with switchbacks and even setbacks. When those occur, it's easy to feel disheartened and want to stop moving forward — but our Recovery Renewal Program will help you realize otherwise. If you're stuck in a cycle of relapse or can't stop drinking and using despite previous rehab attempts, then this program will help you discover the reasons why, give you the tools to change and provide you with what you need most: hope.
Young Adult Inpatient Program
Younger addicts and alcoholics often feel out-of-place when they're grouped together with older patients. The age difference makes recovery needs unique to each group, and younger patients need more active and challenging treatment to engage their bodies and minds. We provide that in our Young Adult Program, which also includes vocational therapy so that futures that may have been derailed by alcohol and drugs look a little brighter and more vibrant.
Women Only Inpatient Program
Female patients seeking help for a drug and alcohol problem face unique circumstances, issues and traumas that can be complicated by co-educational treatment. For this reason, our unique Women's Only Program can be a place of safety, solace, comfort and unity. It's a sisterhood of fellow recovering women who empower one another, embolden one another and find a way forward into the light of sobriety — together, as strong, confident women.
After residential inpatient treatment is complete, some clients may not be ready to return home to Louisville. Fortunately for them, their Humana plans may provide additional therapy through our Intensive Outpatient Program, which is an eight-week course of partial treatment that meets for three hours each day, four days a week. While attending these groups and therapy sessions, patients will stay in our Sober Living community, learning to co-exist with their peers, take care of basic responsibilities and work toward volunteer and employment opportunities. For many addicts and alcoholics, these basic life skills get covered up or even swept away by drugs and alcohol, but the IOP/Sober Living programs provide a refresher course in living life on life's terms, so when the time comes to go home to Louisville, their chances of future success are all the greater.
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Cornerstone of Recovery
4726 Airport Hwy
Louisville , TN 37777