When someone realizes addiction has taken over their lives, they want help. As a result, they look for a treatment that can help them heal. With this in mind, we created Tulip Hill Recovery, and treat substance use disorders.
In addition, we also treat mental health disorders. Therefore, we make people feel at home with us. We provide safe, compassionate care for everyone. In short, we treat clients like family. Because of this, they leave our program sober and ready to stay that way for life.
Our Approach to Treatment
We’re a small, family-run business that helps people overcome addiction to drugs and alcohol. Moreover, we specialize in dual diagnosis treatment. We believe treating underlying mental health conditions is important. It can remove barriers to recovery. As well, it reduces triggers that cause relapse.
We don’t have beachfront properties or spa treatments. We believe helping people achieve recovery isn’t about providing luxury treatment for a few months. Instead, we believe it’s about compassionate staff with a genuine passion for recovery. Moreover, we provide long-term support.
This support begins the moment someone walks in our door. Then, it carries them through post-recovery care. People, in turn, will leave our comfortable, homey setting ready to resume their life.
The individualized treatment plan will focus on long-term goals. Then treatment begins with our partial hospitalization (PHP) program. After this, people begin the 2 phases of intensive outpatient treatment (IOP). This combination of plans helps them step down from detox.
From there, individuals will firm up their recovery with our post-recovery care. As a result of this combination of treatments, they will be strong and focused. Lastly, along with that, they will be able to stay in recovery after leaving.
Types of Treatment
At Tulip Hill, we offer several types of treatment. The first is PHP, which lasts for 30 days. After that, individuals move to the next step. The second program is our IOP plan. Sessions take place 5 days per week for 3 hours per day. IOP lasts for 1 to 2 months.
Both programs take place during the day. After daily sessions, clients can return home. Alternatively, they may choose to live in a sober living home. We partner with recovery residences to give them this choice. As well, we transport them to and from the sober living homes.
We offer 24-hour staff, including a 24-hour on-call therapist. Each week, each person will meet with 3 people. This includes their therapist, psychiatrist, and case manager.
As part of one’s treatment, we offer several specific activities. These include:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Dialectic behavior therapy (DBT)
- Trauma-focused care
- Dual diagnosis
- Family therapy
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Our post-recovery care ensures they have the skills they need. Consequently, they will understand how to avoid triggers. Then they will be able to rely on us whenever they need to check in. We’ve got clients’ backs as they return to their newly sober lives.
Advantages of Tulip Hill Recovery Treatment
Our approach to treatment is unique. We don’t offer cookie-cutter treatment. Nor do we have only a surface level of understanding of addiction. By that, we mean our staff has extensive education on the subject. The owner of Tulip Hill Recovery is a Master’s level therapist. In addition, all our therapists have Master’s level degrees.
Our team also knows what it feels like to be lost in addiction. As a matter of fact, 85% of our staff are in recovery, including our clinical director. We know how scary it can be to seek help. As well, we get how hard it is to stay sober. As a result, we teach clients what keeps us in sobriety.
We want to make sure they stay sober and strong after they leave us. With this in mind, we strive to keep in touch with them. As a matter of fact, we are in constant communication with 65% of our alumni. Along with that, we offer weekly alumni meetings. Because of this, clients can get and give support to their peers. As well, we can offer advice and ideas to help them keep enjoying sober life.
The Dual Diagnosis Approach
Substance use is often an attempt to self-medicate symptoms of underlying mental health problems. For this very reason, simply treating substance abuse isn’t enough. Instead, we need to get to the root cause of the issues. When someone is diagnosed with a mental illness and substance misuse, it’s called dual diagnosis. At Tulip Hill Recovery, this is something we specialize in treating.
First, we will thoroughly assess and diagnose everyone. As a result, we will understand any pre-existing mental health conditions that could affect recovery. Treating addiction at the same time as mental health gives clients an advantage. It saves them time. For that matter, it also saves them money. Thus, 1 type of treatment helps the other one be more effective.
Trauma-Integrated Model of Care
Our past can cast a long shadow over our present. For instance, adverse childhood experiences (ACE) correlate with a higher likelihood of mental health conditions and alcohol or drug use. Often, this results from people attempting to self-medicate the lasting symptoms such as anxiety, depression, and flashbacks. Untreated trauma can also be a trigger for relapse.
We offer individual and group therapies to help our clients reframe their pasts and find freedom in the present. In fact, we use evidence-based techniques such as trauma-focused CBT and DBT, coupled with educational programs and holistic care to address physical, mental, and spiritual needs.
Everything we do at Tulip Hill is informed by our core values. Whatever happened before coming here, our core values will help people heal. First, we determined what values are important to us and to our clients. Then, we decided how to use them in caring for them.
Our core values include:
We believe in meeting our clients exactly where they’re at. Recovery should never come from a place of judgment or force. With this in mind, we make our program accessible to everyone. As a result, we treat everyone with the same level of compassion.
We don’t mind whatever background they are from. We just want to see them recover and find peace of mind. In all honesty, every person who walks through our doors deserves to be treated equally. Not only that, we want them to feel at home. We accept them, no matter what their journey has been so far.
Integrity means being honest and truthful in all areas of our work. We may be faced with hard choices and difficult decisions. Because clients matter to us, we always do the right thing for them. We choose with integrity. This means our processes are transparent.
As a result, we foster a deep bond of trust between our clients and us. They will see that we are open and honest in all we do. Consequently, they will embrace us as the safe place they need to begin their recovery.
Compassion is critical in everything we do. The deep care and understanding we provide are what sets us apart. People don’t recover while being judged. As a matter of fact, people who feel a lack of compassion are more likely to leave treatment.
At Tulip Hill Recovery, clients see the difference in our care right away. It shows in every step of our treatment. First, they feel it from our staff; second, it comes from their peers. We make sure to foster a setting that allows each person to develop trust. In short, with trust comes mutual respect and real compassion.
We are real people who genuinely care about what we do. We have a simple mission. In short, we want to make recovery accessible for as many people as we can. We respect our teams’ and clients’ individuality. For this reason, we encourage everyone to be their authentic selves.
Subsequently, we offer a center full of people who feel at ease when they are genuine. From that comes treatment filled with honest exchanges between our staff and clients. As a result, authenticity deepens the treatment experience.
We understand how important case management is to addiction treatment. Initially, someone will be assigned a dedicated case manager. From there, they will work with them throughout their stay. When it comes to helping them, they have several jobs.
First, they work with clients to decide on their needs and goals. From there, they make sure they are able to fulfill them. They meet with them regularly for the purpose of arming them with long-term recovery skills.
They’ll meet with case managers weekly. As a result, they stay on track to meet their goals. They can offer advice or help with any needed changes to their plan. Case managers also act as partners in clients’ care. As a result, they won’t feel alone in handling their care.
A case manager may check to ensure they’re given the correct medication. Other tasks can include helping them write a resume and find a job. Alternatively, they can help them make plans for their education. Because of this, they leave prepared to step into a bright future.
Finally, case managers may handle contact with legal representatives. Along with that, they can provide people with leads for outside services. In short, they will advocate on the client’s behalf.
Addiction and Mental Health Treatment in Murfreesboro, TN
Making any long-term change can seem scary. As a matter of fact, giving up drugs and alcohol can seem impossible. For this reason, we created a program to help you beat addiction.
We offer outpatient treatment for alcohol addiction, opioids, stimulants, and prescription drug abuse.. Then, we take care of you after you finish our program. Our family-run facility is in the business of changing lives. If you have any questions about treatment or addiction, we’d love to help you out. Contact Tulip Hill Recovery in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. We will help you restart your life.