Adult residential clients enjoy:
• Meditation and relaxation classes
• Small group therapy
• One-on-one counseling
• Weekly care plan review
• Life skills workshops
• Video and lectures specific to substance abuse
• Motivational interviewing
• Relapse prevention workshops
• Therapeutic work activities
• Recreation (walks, gym, seasonal activities, etc…)
• Family program activities
Should there be a need to focus on mental health issues commonly associated with addition, such as depression, anxiety or other co-occurring disorder, Buffalo Valley can help! Buffalo Valley is a licensed dual-diagnosis facility
Our residential program in Hohenwald is for men and has a total of 56 beds available, while our female facility in Lewisburg has 16 beds . We also have a men’s facility in Clarksville with 5 beds available.
The residential program provides a structured setting for individuals to successfully return to the community. Each individual will be provided with a counselor to work with throughout the stay. Buffalo Valley has licensed Counselors, a Psychiatrist, and a Psychologist, and a complete nursing staff. Our goal is to provide you with a balance of understanding your addiction, treating your addiction as well as addressing any co-occurring disorders and providing you the tools to prevent relapse as well as skills to adapt to a life without drugs and alcohol.
Please feel free to contact us before arriving at a facility for a list of approved and non approved items.
You have received this letter as a friend or family has completed an Authorization for Release of Information as you are someone that may need to speak with his/her counselor and/or come to visit the client. In order to speak with someone about the client, you will need to provide the number listed above along with information about you and the client currently in treatment. Additionally you will need to provide this letter when you come to visit along with photo identification. Please only bring this letter and your ID when you arrive; purses, bags, diaper bags, etc are not permitted during visitation. Please visit only in the location provided, clients may not accompany you to your vehicle before you leave.
Please do not bring any items to the client that the client cannot have in treatment such as: alcohol, drugs, paraphernalia, cell phones, media player, or other valuables. Items brought in for the client must be surrendered immediately for proper search, so please make sure the item and/or bag is clearly marked.
Beginning on March 13, 2005 any visitor must complete the mandatory 1 ½ hour Family Al-Anon Session before visiting with any client. The session will begin at 1 p.m. and end at 2:30 p.m. and you may visit the client afterward until 4:00 p.m.—– unless it is his first week of treatment, as Buffalo Valley does not permit visitation the clients’ first week of treatment. (Please note that visitation is from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. on Sunday only—Saturdays in Clarksville.)
If you do not attend this session, you will not be permitted to visit with the client. After you complete the mandatory Family Session, you are not required to complete it again. It is imperative that you be on time for the session. ***If you are late, this may interfere with your visitation privileges.
Clients shall be directly involved in all treatment plan development. When indicated, the client’s family and/or significant other are also included. Please contact Buffalo Valley during business hours regarding issues that arise during client stay, including coordination of services, safety, grievance and ethics reporting.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the Family Sessions or visitation, please contact the Operations Department at 800-447-2766 ext. 2026.
You will receive a letter just like this one with a confidentiality code at the top to provide for extra confidentiality/security precautions. Please keep this letter.