Sometimes life becomes overwhelming and stress takes over, which prompts you (or your children) to find relief in some way or some form. It happens often and it’s nothing to feel ashamed about because you’re not alone in the battle. Between work, bills, and any other stress that come for you, it’s easy to see why the stresses would come. With a child, between school, pure pressure, possible bullying, and anything else that may come up with them, it’s easy to see why it would cause an issue with them as well. In either case and no matter who has the addiction, there is help available and Tennessee has its fair share of rehabs for adults and teens.
While you know they’re out there, sometimes the searching is scary because it’s another step in the recovery process for you or your child. Don’t worry though, there are more than enough rehabs in every city and county that should provide enough options for whoever needs help. In attempt to help you, I’m going to provide you with some results I found just to show you how easy it can be.
New Life Lodge: Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center
This rehab is for drugs and alcohol and they aim to guide addicts through every step of their recovery and beyond that. On their website, you can talk to a specialist as soon as possible, view photos, and get any other information you think you may need for the process. They provide as much information as possible and they aim to help as many people as they can through their recovery process so you definitely will have support with this option.
The Ranch: Drug Rehab, Eating Disorder Trauma Treatment Center
Now with this option, you can get help for drugs or alcohol but you can also get help for eating disorders and other types of addiction you may have. They have a variety of treatment services and depending on the problem/ addiction you’re suffering from, they will treat you accordingly to the problem. They strive to give the best care and treatment to all individuals who attend and they provide support to those who need it.
- Oklahoma – Charities; Donating for Single Mothers
- New York’s Low Income College Grants For Single Moms
- Illinois – Service Dogs
- Connecticut – Best Cities for Single Mothers
- Connecticut – Volunteering for Single Mothers
- Louisiana – Volunteering Options for Single Mothers
- Pennsylvania – Volunteering for Single Mothers
- Low Income Housing Assistance in Maryland
- Low Income Housing Assistance in Maryland
- Oklahoma – General Assistance for Single Mothers
Crystal Meth Rehab Tennessee
website for information: http://www.soberforever.net/crystal-meth-addiction-abuse-rehab-tennessee.cfm
Now this rehab has centers all over and Tennessee is one of the places it has a location in. It specializes in crystal meth and helping individuals with crystal meth addictions. This page is more informational but the reason I provided this link is because it does give information and if you explore the page a bit more, you can find information about where to find help for crystal meth addictions.
La Palona Treatment Center
This is good for people who have drug and alcohol addictions with co-existing disorders. If you’re still not sure, you can explore the website and you can even schedule a tour within their facility, and they’ll show you how they operate. They offer a variety of programs, inpatient and outpatient treatment, and empathize the best care to individuals who decide to use them for their treatment.
Cumberland Heights Alcohol and Drug Rehab Center
This may be the last option on the list but it is worth the wait, seeing as it is another good drug and rehab center to consider. It is one that is nationally recognized and has both inpatient and outpatient treatments like other centers. With a number of programs and resources on their website, they’re sure to give you what you need in regards to treatment depending on your addiction, your situation, and your case.
Now compared to all the helpful rehab centers out there, it’s fair to say this is a small list but this is only meant as a guide. As much as I hope this helps you, I do still suggest you do your own research and check out rehabilitation for yourself so you can judge for yourself. I can understand the hesitation but you’re doing the right thing by getting sober and clean, and even if you’re doing it for your kids, that is reason enough. In either case, you will feel better when you don’t have to worry about getting by another day in wonderment of whether or not you can survive without your addiction. Good luck in your recovery and I wish you all the best.
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