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Residential Treatment

Residential Drug Treatment

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Our residential drug and alcohol treatment program is called The Lodge and is set in the hills of Tennessee, in Canon County. Completion of the discipleship program at The Lodge is completely dependent on individual progress and growth, rather than a set length of time for the program to last. Clients will graduate the program based on their emotional, physical and spiritual maturity, and there is a 90 day minimum stay in place just to get started.

This 90 day minimum in our biblical rehabilitation program is the key to success, and we boast some of the highest success rates in the country. Addiction Campuses of Tennessee goes beyond the standard 30 day plan and treats each individual medically, mentally and spiritually to break the cycle of repeated visits to rehab. This means each day our clients learn new ways to understand, to cope and to live their new lives. And it works.

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Addiction Campuses of Tennessee provides all levels of Christian addiction recovery care in a comfortable and safe environment. Our campus offers the perfect place to reflect, learn, change, and thrive. Our Christian drug rehab treatment programs are tailored to each client, and overseen by dedicated addiction recovery professionals.

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Christian Focused Residential Drug Treatment

Addiction Campuses of Tennessee, located in Murfreesboro, TN, offers our clients the time and space needed to focus on their health with a unique Christian based program tailored to fit their individual needs. Our goal is to emotionally and spiritually break the continued cycle of addiction relapse with a concrete, stable foundation for recovery. Each and every day, we learn more about our clients as they learn more about themselves and why they turned to substance abuse.

“Bad company corrupts good character” -I Corinthians 15:33

Residential recovery is a proven method that allows the patient a safe haven from what could be the harmful environment contributing to their lifestyle. We work with our patients to end the revolving door and lay the foundation for a continued long, healthy, productive life free of addiction. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, approximately 60% of patients relapse after their first treatment. A large number of the calls we get are from patients who have already completed rehab once. This is a dangerous cycle that we believe we have the tools to end. Residential recovery allows us to work one on one with the patient on their everyday habits that may contribute to the inability to keep their disease under control. With a caring 24 hour a day staff, we are able to grow with them and give them the weapons they need to battle the disease taking over their life. Together, we work with each patient to give them their power back and put them back in the driver’s seat of their destiny. Because individuals learn and grow at different paces, each patient is assessed and graded before they move on to the next level of their residential recovery. Each person has different needs and reasons why they have sought out treatment, so rather than force them into submission, we bring the program to them in the hopes of changing their foundation.

“So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed,” -John 8:36

We believe in one step, not 12. That one step begins with the heart - the central control switch for every human being. Becoming a resident at Addiction Campuses of Tennessee allows us to get to know the patient, their personal battle, and their own triggers in a way that outpatient recovery doesn’t always provide. This helps transform the patient from the inside out. If it’s so easy to believe “Once an addict, always an addict”, then why isn’t it just as easy to believe “once changed, always changed”. We want to set our patients on a steady pathway to success, freedom, and self love and leave their past behind them.

“Then my people will live in a peaceful habitation, And in secure dwellings and in undisturbed resting places” -Isaiah 32:18

Our residency, the Lodge, is a large campus that is set deep in the hills of Cannon County with over 100 acres surrounding it. Surrounded with multiple trails and creeks for patients who enjoy the outdoors, it is a perfect place to rejuvenate the soul in prayer and meditation. Our residential clients participate in a full schedule of programs from 9am-10pm daily, where they learn about addiction and the brain, acquiring sponsorships, career counseling, recovery coaching, abstinence vs. management and relapse prevention.

“These words shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your sons and shall talk of them when you sit in your house and when you walk by the way and when you lie down and when you rise up,” -Deuteronomy 6:6-9

Patients at the Lodge also participate in late afternoon exercise classes and evening group recovery sessions. This schedule is the foundation of our addiction treatment program and is the most rigorous part of our residential plan. Clients participate in a number of activities including one on one pastoral counseling, worship service, group sessions and outdoor activities. We never want to overload our students with classes and group sessions, nor do we want to have too much idle time, therefore there is a good balance of great classes and sessions as well as free time and off campus activities.

“It is not good to have zeal without knowledge, nor to be hasty and miss the way.” -Proverbs 19:2

Each client is assessed on a case by case basis and a decision is carefully made as to whether or not they are ready for the next level of treatment. Different individuals recover at different paces. We don’t want to hold someone back who is ready, nor do we want to pass someone through who is not. One of the main reasons we hear from people who tell us about relapse is that they were released from another facility before they were ready. We want to do everything in our power that you get the firm foundation you need to move forward and not turn back to the addiction that has haunted you.

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