Faith-Based Addiction Treatment Center in Nashville
Bible-Based Alcohol & Drug Rehab in Nashville
For many people, attending an addiction recovery program for substance abuse is not a light decision, and going somewhere that reflects your Christian values is a priority. In the bible, we see references to temptations, suffering, and redemption reflected over and over in its themes, along with love, forgiveness, and acceptance.
At Recovery Unplugged in Nashville, Tennessee, we have addiction treatment programs that reflect these values. Through unconditional love, support, and care in our substance use disorder treatment, you will be able to move beyond this trial, see past this dark point of your life, and move back into the light through our welcoming and safe Christian addiction treatment center.
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What Does the Bible Say About Addiction?
When you read the bible, you will find several passages that directly and indirectly refer to addiction, alcohol abuse, faith, and God's grace, including:
Corinthians 10:13: "No temptation has overtaken you that is not common to man. God is faithful, and he will not let you be tempted beyond your ability, but with the temptation, he will also provide the way of escape, that you may be able to endure it."
1 Corinthians 10:13: "But when you are tempted, He [God] will also provide a way out so that you can endure it."
Ephesians 5:18: "Do not get drunk on wine, which leads to debauchery. Instead, be filled with the Spirit."
Psalms 18:2-6: "The Lord is my rock and my fortress and my deliverer, my God, my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield, and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold."
Table of Contents
- Bible-Based Alcohol & Drug Rehab in Nashville
- What Does the Bible Say About Addiction?
- Alcohol Detox
- Alcohol Rehab: Inpatient vs Outpatient
- How Our Christian Drug Rehab Treatment Program Works
- Drug Detox
- Prescription Drug Detox
- Drug Rehab: Inpatient vs Outpatient
- Prescription Drug Rehab
- What To Expect During Treatment
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy
- Dual Diagnosis Treatment
- Relapse Prevention
- Life Skills Training
- Vocational Training
- Group Therapy
- Experiential Therapy
- One-on-One Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Trauma-Informed Therapy
- Physical Fitness
- Off-Site Activities
- 12-Step Rehab in Nashville
- Pet-Friendly Rehab
- DUI and Drug Court Help
- Intervention Services
- Music Assisted Treatment Therapy for Addiction
- Why Choose Recovery Unplugged?
Detoxing from alcohol addiction is not something you should ever attempt to do on your own, especially if you have been binge drinking or heavy drinking recently or have been drinking for a long time. Some withdrawal symptoms can become dangerous or life-threatening if medical professionals do not oversee you. At Recovery Unplugged, our alcohol rehab treatment program includes a medical detox plan to ensure you remain safe and are kept comfortable when the uncomfortable symptoms of detox appear.
Alcohol Rehab: Inpatient vs Outpatient
Recovery Unplugged rehab treatment centers offer both inpatient and outpatient rehab options because we know that each person has their own unique practical, medical, and housing needs when it comes to drug or alcohol treatment. Our team will help you to decide which type of program will best help you as an individual, taking into consideration any mental health or physical health issues you may be dealing with, as well as your history of relapsing and the severity of your addiction.
Our Christian addiction outpatient recovery programs are designed to help you transition back to your life on your timeline and your terms, so these can all be adjusted to better suit your needs, lifestyle, and how you feel as time goes on.
How Our Christian Drug Rehab Treatment Program Works
Whether you are dealing with cocaine addiction, opioid addiction, marijuana addiction, meth addiction, heroin addiction, or another chemical dependency, our faith-based rehab for drug and alcohol treatment can help you. Through a customized, integrated continuum of care, we incorporate several forms of care into one comprehensive plan tailored to your unique needs, including:
- Behavioral health treatments
- Medical care
- Psychiatric care
- Different forms of behavioral and evidence-based therapy
- Music assisted treatments
These treatments will help you stop drug abuse but will also help you heal yourself from the inside out, deal with the underlying causes of addiction, build you back up in strength and resilience, and help you regain control over your own health, faith, and life.
Detoxing from drugs usually takes between three and fourteen days. You will move into our detox center for 24-hour customized care, where you will receive health and substance abuse treatments that may include:
- 24-hour medical monitoring to ensure no medical emergencies take place
- Addiction therapy and counseling
- Medications to help with short-term discomfort and acute detox
- Longer-term medication-assisted treatment plans for withdrawal management and cravings
- Dual diagnosis treatments for co-occurring mental health issues, including targeted therapy and psychiatric medications if necessary
- As your body removes the toxins from your system and you heal, you will get ready to move into the next phase of your treatment: rehab
Prescription Drug Detox
It is unfortunate that prescription medications can also be addictive, even if you are using them as the doctor prescribed. Opioid drugs and benzodiazepines are the most addictive types of prescription drugs, but several other types also cause dependence if misused or used for an extended period. The length and severity of your detox will depend on what you were using and for how long, as well as your physical and mental health. Our team will work with you to ensure you stay safe and have the help you need to slowly taper off these medications without suffering unnecessarily.
Drug Rehab: Inpatient vs. Outpatient
As with alcohol rehab, there are several levels of care in our Christian treatment center in our drug rehabs in Tennessee. To determine which type of rehab suits your unique needs, it is essential to be honest with yourself.
Our team will help you make this decision. Still, generally speaking, inpatient drug addiction treatments where you would live inside the recovery center are often recommended to those with co-occurring mental health issues or physical health issues, which may require more oversight, and to those battling severe drug addiction, especially to alcohol, benzodiazepines, or opioids. You may also wish to spend time inside our inpatient treatment center if you do not have a sober-friendly and supportive place to live during your first few vulnerable weeks in recovery.
Outpatient rehab is better suited to people who do have supportive loved ones at home who are ready to be there for them during tough times. Suppose you have completed an inpatient rehab program, feel prepared to get back to your life, work, or school, are no longer experiencing withdrawal symptoms, and are willing and able to get yourself to treatments and join an aftercare program. In that case, outpatient rehab may be right for you.
Prescription Drug Rehab
Our Christian drug rehab center provides customized care to best suit the individual needs of each patient, including prescription drug addiction care. Each drug will affect each patient differently, so we will create an individualized Christian drug addiction plan to ensure you are safe and comfortable, with appropriate levels of care provided in your treatment for drugs and alcohol.
What To Expect During Treatment
During inpatient treatment, you will move into our clean, attractive residence, with chef-prepared meals, laundry facilities, and amenities like a basketball court, a fitness center, music spaces, a game room, and ping-pong tables. We blend traditional addiction treatment practices like detox and counseling with our unique music-assisted treatments for a comprehensive customized addiction treatment program formulated to best work for you.
Therapies and treatments at Recovery Unplugged are given in a structured schedule. They include group and individual therapy, integrated mental health and behavioral health treatments, physical activity and nutrition, and other healing practices that incorporate the mind, body, and spirit into a whole-patient approach to healing in our Nashville, TN substance abuse disorder treatment center.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is a detox program that helps each patient through difficult acute and long-term withdrawal symptoms that come with opioid addiction, alcohol addiction, benzodiazepine addiction, and other substance use disorders. Through the combination of mental health care, medical detox protocols, and medications provided to help taper off drugs, MAT can ensure you do not suffer painful or traumatic withdrawal symptoms. The medications provided in a MAT program at Recovery Unplugged addiction treatment centers relieve acute symptoms, keep you safe, and manage cravings long-term while blocking the euphoric effects of opioid drugs to help you become less dependent over time.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a therapeutic model based on the theory that psychological issues are often the result of unhelpful ways of thinking and learning patterns of unhelpful behavior. It deconstructs these issues, teaching new ways to cope and relieve symptoms by changing thinking and behavioral patterns with healthier coping mechanisms.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a type of behavioral treatment that focuses on the social and emotional reasons for substance abuse, helping people live in the moment through mindfulness practices, teaching healthy coping techniques for stress, and interpersonal effectiveness. DBT allows patients to challenge self-destructive thoughts and actions and improve relationships with others.
Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT)
Rational emotive behavioral therapy (REBT) is a type of CBT that focuses on a patient's irrational beliefs, with the idea that there is no such thing as a "good" or "bad" situation and the only thing that matters is how you look at it. Perception determines emotion, so challenging core beliefs and negative thinking can help overcome mental distress.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
People suffering from mental health disorders alongside addiction often need an integrated mental health treatment plan called dual diagnosis. This treats substance use disorders at the same time as issues like:
- Bipolar disorder
- Anxiety disorders
- Major Depression
- Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
- Borderline personality disorder
- Eating disorders
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
As these issues are often interconnected, a comprehensive plan that acknowledges both problems and treats them simultaneously is the quickest and most effective way to help a person with both disorders heal and overcome these co-occurring conditions.
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a type of trauma therapy that helps patients access and process traumatic memories by assisting them in focusing on external stimuli like audio tones, tapping, or eye movements. At the same time, a therapist guides them through the processing of emotionally disturbing memories. The brain then creates new emotional associations with this memory, reducing the adverse effects the memory has so it can be appropriately processed.
Because addiction is a chronic brain disease, when you leave rehab, you are not going to be "cured." There is always work to be done, which is why so many people tell you to take your sobriety one day at a time. There will be challenges, temptations, and difficult times ahead. The best way to deal with these hard days is to have a relapse prevention plan and follow it when you feel triggered. This may include having people you can call, regularly attending peer group meetings, and staying in touch with a sober community that understands what you are going through.
Life Skills Training
Addiction is so all-encompassing that it can take over and cause you to miss important life lessons and skills that others may think are obvious, like personal hygiene, social skills, or budgeting. A life-skills training program will help you to fill in these gaps so you can live an everyday independent life after rehab.
Many people with addiction have never been in the workforce, held a full-time job, or have had to go through job interviews and resume building before. These skills are provided in a vocational training program to help you master these basics to move forward in your life as a self-sufficient and financially independent person after rehab.
Group therapy is the term for any type of therapy that involves several patients and one or more therapists gathering together to discuss a topic or theme. There are process-oriented groups that focus on the interpersonal experience of opening up to one another, and there are psychoeducational groups like anger management or CBT that focus on sharing information with clients. Groups can help patients feel less alone and act as a sounding board or a place to brainstorm and improve social skills and communication.
Experiential therapy uses activities and expressive tools (arts and crafts, music, role-playing, etc.), allowing the client to focus on an external activity while guided by a therapist to identify. Patients can work through emotional responses, allowing them to release blocked negative feelings of shame, anger, and pain.
Sometimes called individual counseling, one-on-one therapy is when a therapist and a patient meet to discuss personal topics and work through life's challenges. Patients can work through difficult memories, identify life goals, and better understand themselves.
By involving two or more family members, family therapy is tailored to each family's needs and may include working through trauma, grief, communication, guilt, or interpersonal issues. For families of alcoholics and drug addicts, there may be information provided about addiction and how they can best support their addicted loved ones.
The 12-step program including Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are based on religion and faith. They also form a part of our treatment at Recovery Unplugged and we can help you to become a part of the recovery community during your rehab program as well as staying in the program after rehab.
When you incorporate fitness into recovery, you will see benefits including:
- Improved sleep
- Higher self-esteem
- Improved mood
- Stress reduction
- Increased energy
- Stronger immune system
- Structure and routine
- Opportunities to make new friends
Off-site sober activities are an excellent way to find new activities, places, and things to do that do not involve drugs and alcohol, like sports, getting out in nature, or attending local events. Going with your inpatient rehab group to off-site activities will give you a change of scenery as you find new places and things to do as a sober person. With Recovery Unplugged centers in Tennessee and throughout the U.S., our alumni network creates sober gatherings regularly, and you will always have an invitation to join as one of our family.
12-Step Rehab in Nashville
12-step programs are an excellent way to incorporate guidelines and faith together into one helpful and supportive program. When integrated with evidence-based treatments, relapse prevention programs, and other recovery activities, groups like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous can give you the peer support and accountability you need to stay sober long-term.
We know that pets are family, and it may be challenging to know what to do with your dog or cat if you plan on entering inpatient rehab in Nashville. For that reason, we accept pets on a case-by-case basis, allowing you to bring your furry friend or other animal support along with you. This is permitted as long as you provide appropriate enclosures, food, and accessories they need and ensure they are safe and clean, with proper vaccinations and shots. This process eliminates a barrier to rehab entry for our clients. It will also give you the emotional support and unconditional love your pet brings as you detox and rehabilitate in our care.
DUI and Drug Court Help
Drug use and drinking can too easily lead to arrests and convictions for DUIs and drug-related offenses. If you are a first-time nonviolent drug offender who will better benefit from addiction treatment than incarceration, we may be able to help divert you into a treatment program.
Some services we provide include:
- Treatment planning and placement
- Downward departure facilitation
- Alternate sentencing facilitation
- Assessments and written reports
- Substance abuse evaluations
- Marchman Act implementation and utilization
- In-custody or out-of-custody assessment
A professional interventionist is somebody that can help you not only plan your intervention when confronting a loved one about their substance abuse. They can also provide insight and factual information about treatment and recovery, connect to treatment programs, and act as an intermediary during the meeting to ensure things stay on message if emotions run high. Many interventionists are in recovery themselves and can provide valuable input from the perspective of somebody who has been there before. At Recovery Unplugged, we can connect you with an intervention specialist in your area who can help you get your message across in a loving, non-judgmental way.
Music-Assisted Treatment for Addiction
Recovery Unplugged is proud to offer music-assisted addiction therapy, a unique program suited to everyone, whether you can carry a tune or play an instrument. Everybody is capable of creative expression and music appreciation, and we believe music's healing power benefits all people.
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Why Choose Recovery Unplugged?
At Recovery Unplugged Christian addiction treatment centers, we provide a customized therapy program with levels of care that include behavioral health care with mental health and substance abuse treatments. Whether you are a recovering drug addict or have an alcohol addiction, our faith-based treatments combining music-assisted treatments, evidence-based addiction treatments, and spirituality will help you physically, mentally, and spiritually heal. The power of music and the power of your faith work together to create an integrated, moving rehab program that you will not find in other alcohol and drug rehabs. Through inpatient, outpatient, and long-term alumni connections, you will regain your strength, heal, grow as a person, and never again feel alone in your recovery.
You can call us today for insurance verification or if you have any questions about our music-assisted treatments, or if you are ready to begin your faith-based healing today. We are here for you, we can help you change your life, and we are only a phone call away.