serving women in Nashville
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To refer a client, please contact Admissions: Sunday – Friday, 8am – 6pm CST at 1.855.TND.HOPE (855.863.4673) or email email@example.com.
In addition to other communication methods, you have the option to text our confidential line at 615.243.1650.
The Next Door Recovery welcomes referrals from mental health crisis units, emergency room diversion programs, social work counselors, criminal justice systems, family members, friends, and clergy who encounter women that meet the following criteria for treatment services:
You Are Not Alone
WHY SHOULD I SEEK TREATMENT?
Addiction is a chronic progressive diseases. Like other chronic diseases, addiction can be managed successfully with effective treatment.
Many people try to detox and begin their recovery journey on their own, but triggers will likely emerge and could cause a relapse. Our expert staff is trained to help discover the root of your substance use disorder and teach you healthy coping skills to use when triggers arise. Overcoming substance use is not something you need to do alone. Community is essential and part of the experience provided when entering treatment at TNDR. The Next Door Recovery is here to help.
Our team provides a variety of therapeutic approaches, support groups, recovery skills, and materials to help you get back on your feet. Our #1 goal is to set you up for successful long-term recovery. For more information, or to explore if treatment is right for you, please contact our admissions team today at 1-855-863-4673.
Addiction is a disease of isolation, and without professional help, you may not know how to start your recovery journey. While at TNDR, we introduce clients to new therapeutic coping skills, the 12-Steps, AA/NA meetings, and other recovery support services which are all designed to create community and accountability in recovery.
There are many medical dangers associated with detoxing from substances without medical assistance. Our main priority is to make sure every woman has a safe environment to heal and rebuild the foundation needed for lifelong recovery.
The Next Door Recovery helps prepare women for the challenges of maintaining sobriety once they leave treatment. While in early recovery, clients will make many changes to their everyday life. During their time at The Next Door Recovery, clients will learn coping skills, self-love, and how to form healthy relationships – which are all important tools to maintaining their sobriety. Upon completing treatment, a client is part of the TNDR alumni and can continue in our programming by attending aftercare group each week.
How do I know if I, or someone I love, has a problem with substances?
It may be difficult to determine whether you need help. If you are questioning if treatment is right for you, please call our compassionate and experienced admissions team at 1-855-863-4673.
Addiction is a chronic, progressive, and fatal disease if left untreated. The following are some signs and symptoms of addiction that may signal you need professional help:
- Tolerance: You need to consume more and more of a drug each time to achieve the desired effect.
- Continued use despite negative consequences: You continue to use drugs or alcohol despite negative emotional, physical, financial or social consequences.
- Withdrawal: As the effects of drug or alcohol wear off, you may experience symptoms of withdrawal, including: anxiety, shakiness or trembling, sweating, nausea and vomiting, insomnia, irritability, fatigue, headaches, etc.
- Denial: You become defensive when asked about your substance use.
- Secrecy: You begin to hide your substance use from your family and friends.
- Mood Swings: You begin to experience rapid or uncharacteristic mood swings.
- Cravings: You start to obsessively think about acquiring and using your drug(s) of choice.
- Risk Taking: You are more likely to take serious risks to obtain your drug(s) of choice.
- Loss of Control: You have lost control over the amount and frequency of your substance use.
How do I get myself, or a loved one, into treatment?
Our highly trained admissions team is available to walk you through our intake process. For more information, or to explore if treatment is right for you, please contact our admissions team today at 1-855-863-4673.
What can I expect while in treatment?
Each client’s experience is unique to them, their specific needs, and therefore receive a tailor-made treatment plan. Initially, when you arrive to The Next Door Recovery, you will meet with admissions and medical staff to determine the level of care needed to meet your individual needs. You will also meet with your individual therapist for a clinical assessment for a comprehensive overview of your behavioral health and social needs.
For a detailed look at our clinical programming for inpatient clients, please view our treatment schedule.
Will I be able to talk with my family and/or children while in treatment?
We recognize the importance of staying connected with your loved ones. Clients can schedule calls with family members while in treatment through their individual therapist or case manager. Calls are typically schedule 24-48 hours in advance after TNDR staff has contacted the family members to schedule an appointment time.
How long will I be in treatment?
The Next Door Recovery works one-on-one with each client to create a tailor-made treatment plan based on their specific needs. TNDR’s Residential inpatient program is 28-days. Our clients work alongside TNDR’s clinical team to decide how their treatment plan can best integrate into their lives. Upon completion of residential services, local clients often step down into our outpatient programming to continue their treatment experience.
- Medically Monitored Detox: Clients spend an average of 5 to 7 days detoxing before transitioning to our residential program.
- Residential: Our residential program is a 28-day program.
- Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP): Clients must attend 20 sessions to successfully complete PHP.
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): Clients must attend 20 sessions to successfully complete IOP.
- Recovery Care Clinic (RCC): Individualized treatment plan for each client.
What insurance providers does TNDR work with?
We work with several providers, but coverage may vary by state or policy. The major providers that we work in network with include (but are not limited to): CIGNA, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Humana, UnitedHealth, Magellan, ValueOptions, Tricare, Ambetter, ComPsych and Tenncare. This does not cover the full range of companies that we work with. To learn more about your coverage options, please call our admissions team today at 1-855-863-4673.
How do I find out if my insurance policy covers treatment costs?
We have a team of admissions staff who work specifically with insurance companies to verify your benefits for coverage. This process comes at no cost to you; you will not be obligated to pay anything to find out what your options are and what your policy covers. To get your benefits verified for free, please call our admissions team today at 1-855-863-4673. Private pay options are available as well.
Can I send my loved one packages during their stay?
Clients can have certain items approved to be sent at the discretion of their care team. To ensure clients have any important items with them, please reference this packing list (*link to approved/unapproved list). You may send cards to the following address:
The Next Door Recovery
Attention: (Client Name)
402 22nd Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37203
What happens after treatment?
Clients work closely with their individual case manager during treatment to establish a plan for them following treatment, based on that client’s individual needs. This plan addresses safe housing, medical needs, and establishing a recovery community.
Additionally, all former clients of TNDR are encouraged to stay connected with our Aftercare Services for continued support, encouragement, and accountability.
We understand that packing for inpatient treatment can be overwhelming at times. Please refer to our packing list as a guide:
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The Next Door Recovery is committed to providing quality addiction treatment to any woman in need of our services – regardless of her economic resources. We work with several providers, but coverage may vary by state or policy. The major providers that we work with include: CIGNA, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Humana, UnitedHealth, Magellan, Tricare, ValueOptions, Ambetter, ComPsych and Tenncare. This does not cover the full range of companies that we work with.
No matter who your payer is or what your unique needs involve, we are committed to helping you find treatment. To learn more about your coverage options, please call our admissions team today at 1-855-863-4673 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Overcoming substance use is not something you need to do alone. Community is essential and part of the experience provided when entering treatment at TNDR. The Next Door Recovery is here to help.