The Alcohol & Drug Recovery Program is designed as a round-the-clock housing environment of treatment for chronic substance abuse. Upon admission, a counselor will discuss the client’s history of substance abuse and our clinical staff will assess them for the appropriate treatment plan.
All participants in the A&D Recovery Program are required to attend both group and individual counseling sessions. Individual counseling will address the client’s motivation to be clean and sober by helping them understand the problem, change their behavior, repair relationships, build new relationships, and create a lifestyle that supports ongoing recovery. Group counseling provides the opportunity to give and receive support from others in a similar situation, as well as discuss feelings, problems, and past experiences.As sobriety is a life-long process, Buffalo Valley provides transitional housing and connections to community support programs such as AA, NA, and DRA.
Should there be a need to focus on mental health issues commonly associated with addition, such as depression, anxiety or other co-occurring disorders, Buffalo Valley can help! Buffalo Valley is a licensed dual-diagnosis facility.
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 their stay. Buffalo Valley has licensed Counselors, a Psychiatrist, a Psychologist, and a complete nursing staff. Our goal is to provide you with a balanced program, consisting of understanding your addiction, treating your addiction, addressing any co-occurring disorders, providing you the tools to prevent relapse, and equipping you with the skills necessary to adapt to a life without drugs and alcohol.
Buffalo Valley currently operates residential programs in Hohenwald, Lewisburg, and Clarksville. For more information on which facility would best suit your needs, please contact our main office at (800) 447-2766.
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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