Alcohol & Drug Rehab That Accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield Raleigh North Carolina
If you're a resident of Raleigh, and you're seeking drug and alcohol treatment that accepts your BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina policy, you may be wondering why you should consider one that's almost six hours away.
For starters, Cornerstone of Recovery — located near Knoxville, Tennessee, on the other side of the Great Smoky Mountains — is a nationally recognized drug and alcohol rehab that has helped thousands of addicts and alcoholics — including many who live in or near the Raleigh area — find recovery for more than 30 years. Secondly, we're in network with BlueCross BlueShield, and BCBS of NC will allow you to use your behavioral health benefits to receive addiction treatment here at Cornerstone. But most importantly, ask yourself this: To what lengths were you willing to go to stay drunk or get high? If it's become a problem that you're looking for help, chances are the answer is "any." And if you're willing to go to those same lengths to save your life, then you won't find a better facility than Cornerstone.
When we first opened in 1989, we were a small operation with only 18 beds — but our founder, himself a recovering alcoholic, felt it was his calling to offer a hope, healing and recovery to those who struggle as he once did. Since that time, we've grown tremendously, and in 2017 we moved onto a four-facility campus on 25 picturesque acres, 15 minutes from downtown Knoxville and 30 minutes from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Our campus offers all of the amenities of a quality drug and alcohol rehab with some of the most well-established treatment protocols in the industry, from 12 Step facilitation to psycho-therapeutic methods like Cognitive Processing Therapy, trauma therapy, Schema Therapy and more.
At Cornerstone, the journey to wellness begins in our safe, medically supervised detox program, which helps patients slowly and comfortably wean themselves from the chemicals that have ravaged their minds, bodies and spirits. Afterward, they'll transition into one of our four residential inpatient programs: Newcomers, for those new to the recovery process; Recovery Renewal, for individuals who have been through drug and alcohol treatment previous but have been unable to remain clean and sober; Young Adult, for men ages 18-26 who need a more active program; and our Women's Only treatment track, a safe space designed to give all female patients a place in which to process issues unique to them.
As part of each of those programs, patients will have access to our state-of-the-art on-campus fitness center; our psychiatric team, which offers dual diagnosis treatment for co-occurring mental health issues like anxiety and depression; our robust family therapy program that brings loved ones into the treatment process, should they be willing; and so much more. From our master's-level clinicians to the receptionists to the Admissions staff that helps you navigate your BlueCross BlueShield policy to housekeeping, our primary purpose is to give those who come to us from the Raleigh area an opportunity to stop using, lose the desire to do so and find a new way to live.
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What Is Involved With The Alcoholism Treatment Programs?
It's impossible to give a detailed overview of what drug and alcohol treatment at Cornerstone is like, because we approach every patient's needs differently. During the Admissions process, when you call to give us your BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina policy information and make arrangements to come to us from the Raleigh area, we'll begin to gather information that helps us craft an individualized treatment plan based on your needs. What you drink of use is just a small part of the equation, because treatment involves so much more than simply stopping the use of alcohol and drugs. Through our therapies and methods, we'll help you navigate what you need to deal with the things in your past and your life that are impeding your forward progress, so that when you return home, you'll be better equipped to live clean and sober.
Newcomers Inpatient Program
Individuals seeking treatment for the first time often have little to no knowledge about addiction and alcoholism. As a result, they're often confused about what it means to have a "disease" and not a moral failing or weakness. In our Newcomers Program, we provide both therapy and an education to better arm those who wish to keep their diseases at bay, stay clean and sober over the long-term and do so while living a changed and fulfilling life.
Recovery Renewal Inpatient Program
Relapse doesn't mean failure, but for those individuals who have been to drug and alcohol treatment in the past, or been involved in a recovery program only to have relapsed, it can certainly feel that way. Our Recovery Renewal Program is designed to help those individuals get past the shame of their stumble and to get to the root of the issues, problems and traumas that may have gone unaddressed, thus contributing to their relapse.
Young Adult Inpatient Program
Teens and young adults never start drinking or using drugs with the intention of becoming an alcoholic or addict ... but it can and does happen. And when a young life is interrupted because of those illnesses, those who suffer need a different kind of treatment regimen. Our Young Adult Program is designed for young men, ages 18 to 26, to recover among their peers, to discover what their futures might entail and to receive the tools they need to bring them to pass.
Women Only Inpatient Program
In recovery, it's often advised that men get with men and women get with women — to cut down on fraternization, of course, but also because there are issues specific to each gender that are better addressed and recovered from separately. That's why our unique Women's Only Program is designed for all of our female clients, to give them a safe space, led by female counselors and therapists, in which to examine and overcome those issues.
After patients from the Raleigh area complete residential inpatient treatment, they have the option of returning home — at which time we'll help arrange aftercare therapy that takes their BlueCross BlueShield policy, recovery meetings and more — or they can stay at Cornerstone for continuing care. This next step along the recovery journey involves our eight-week Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), which gives patients a chance to extend their stay; Sober Living facilities, which provide on-campus or nearby housing for IOP clients; in-treatment and follow-up mental health care as part of our psychiatric program, which helps with the regulation of co-occurring disorders; as well as Aftercare groups for alumni who wish to maintain contact with the facility that helped their lives change.
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Cornerstone of Recovery
4726 Airport Hwy
Louisville , TN 37777