Alcohol & Drug Rehab That Accepts United Healthcare Chattanooga TN
When you come to the end of the road with an alcohol and drug problem, the only question that needs to be asked is a simple one: What are you willing to do to get better?
If the answer is "anything," then you have a few decisions to make. And if you're a resident of Chattanooga with a UnitedHealthcare insurance policy, there's really only one decision that will reverse the course of your descent down the spiral of addiction and alcoholism: Drive two hours up Interstate 75 and get help at Cornerstone of Recovery, a nationally respected drug and alcohol treatment center near Knoxville.
For 30 years, we've been helping addicts and alcoholics find a new way to live on the other side of addiction and alcoholism through a combination of practical experience (the majority of our 250-plus employees are in recovery themselves), traditional methods (we lean heavily on the 12 Steps, at the heart of recovery programs like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous) and evidence-based practices like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Schema Therapy and more. Most importantly, our entire team — from the housekeepers and groundskeepers to our front-line counselors to our master's level clinicians and therapists to our boardroom executives — is dedicated to the treatment philosophy that has served us since 1989: that any addict or alcoholic, with the right amount of education, kindness, therapy and work, can stop using and drinking ... lose the desire to do so ... and find a new way to live.
At Cornerstone, that starts in Medical Detox, where new arrivals spend 3 to 5 days slowly and comfortably weaning off of the drugs and alcohol that have made their lives so tumultuous. Afterward, they'll transition to one of our four residential inpatient programs: Newcomers, for first-time treatment seekers; Recovery Renewal, for individuals who have struggled to stay sober despite previous rehab stays; Young Adult, for men ages 18 to 26; and Women's Only, a safe space for all female clients. Each of those programs includes access to all of our services and facilities, from dual diagnosis assessment for co-occurring mental health issues by our psychiatric team to family therapy that allows loved ones to take part in the healing process to physical fitness in our on-campus gym. The fitness center, incidentally, is one of four facilities on our campus, which opened in 2017 to make Cornerstone one of the largest residential treatment providers in the state.
Our size, however, doesn't mean we've lost sight of the vision of our founder: that recovery is possible for anyone, given the right circumstances. We've helped thousands of addicts and alcoholics get better over the past three decades, including many from Chattanooga, and our reputation has earned us close working relationships with most major insurance providers, including United Healthcare. If you live in or near Chattanooga and have a UHC policy, there really is no better choice for healing than Cornerstone of Recovery.
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What Is Involved With The Alcoholism Treatment Programs?
At Cornerstone of Recovery, your journey toward long-term sobriety begins with that initial phone call. We know it's the most difficult one to make — but we also know it's the most important one you can make, and we'll be with you every step of the way. We'll gather information and help you determine the nature of your UnitedHealthcare plan benefits; we'll work out your transportation from Chattanooga; and we'll put into place the beginnings of an individual treatment plan that, upon your arrival, is customized to meet your needs, address your issues and help you deal with the reasons you continue to return to using alcohol and drugs in spite of negative consequences. In one of our four treatment tracks, you'll learn more about your affliction, but more importantly, you'll learn how to stay clean and sober in spite of it — and to discover a life that's truly worth living.
Newcomers Inpatient Program
Addicts and alcoholics seeking treatment for the first time are often overwhelmed by their experiences. It's difficult to understand why their lives have unraveled so, and why they can't just "stop." In our Newcomers Program, we teach them that it's because they're sick — with a disease recognized as such by the medical and scientific community. But in recovery, there are tools that can be imparted as well to help them get sober and stay that way.
Recovery Renewal Inpatient Program
Often, those who relapse after previous trips through drug and alcohol rehab, even after a period of abstinence, feel like they just can't do it. Our Recovery Renewal Program is designed to help them, dust them off and show them that they can indeed get clean and sober and stay that way — it just takes a little more work and a deeper dive into the stumbling blocks and life traps that have kept them from long-term sobriety in the past.
Young Adult Inpatient Program
Young men who find themselves trapped in a cycle of addiction and alcoholism need a different sort of treatment program — and they get it in our Young Adult treatment track, designed for men ages 18 to 26. It's a peer support group consisting of young people, so there are no huge age gaps or differences in life experiences. It's a more vibrant and active program as well to take into account their physical and emotional needs, and it helps them look at their futures, too.
Women Only Inpatient Program
Female patients who fall victim to drugs and alcohol often face far different issues and experience much different traumas than their male counterparts. As a result, we've created a gender-specific program that's safe and nurturing, so that patients in our Women's Only Program are able to bond with one another, learn from female counselors and therapists and take advantage of our therapeutic offerings to discover a way to heal and recover at the same time.
After completing residential inpatient treatment, those who live in or near Chattanooga may be ready to return home ... or they may wish to extend the Cornerstone safety net by enrolling in our eight-week Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), which is covered by some UnitedHealthcare plans. In IOP, patients reside as part of the Cornerstone community in Sober Living housing, while attending classes, groups and therapy sessions for several hours a day. It's a way to slowly transition back into the "real" world, with varying levels of privileges allowing those individuals to seek employment or pursue volunteer opportunities in the area. Whatever your needs might be, we want to help you be as prepared as possible to stay clean and sober permanently — so whether you return to Chattanooga or remain part of the Cornerstone family for a while longer, you're working on becoming the best version of yourself that you can be.
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Cornerstone of Recovery
4726 Airport Hwy
Louisville , TN 37777