Reputation is everything when it comes to selecting the best addiction treatment center for you or your loved one. At Tulip Hill, we are proud to have helped people from all around the country achieve long-term sobriety. We treat each of our clients with the utmost respect and hope to establish a lasting and meaningful bond with all. We transform lives and believe the positive reviews left by our recovery community to be a testimony of our hard work and dedication. To gain a better understanding of what Tulip Hil’s compassionate approach to treatment is all about, read the inspiring stories of our clients.
“My time with Tulip Hill was phenomenal. The staff were there to support and help the whole way and even after my graduation. They’re all there with lived experience to show us that we can do it. 100% recommend! They’re amazing!”
A Young Mom Who Couldn’t Stop Drinking
“I used to drink with friends a lot when I was younger. It wasn’t really an issue then. Then I got pregnant at 21. It kind of felt like my whole life was ending, and everybody around me made me feel that way too. As soon as Skylar was born, everything intensified. I was depressed before, but this felt different.
It turned out it was postpartum depression. Drinking just became a sort of regular habit. It was easier to fall asleep. I didn’t realize I had a problem with it until my daughter told me I’d passed out, and she’d called my mom. I was hesitant at first to get help. I had a daughter to look after. There just didn’t seem to be any time for me. I looked around a few places before I stumbled across Tulip Hill.
They were friendly. Some of the staff had been in similar positions, so they knew what it felt like. They put me onto the PHP program, and I started to see a way out. I wasn’t just being told what to do; I was being given solutions that could last a lifetime. It made me realize that I had to prioritize my mental health. Now I do yoga and focus on my nutrition. If I’m happy and in a good place, I know I’ll make smarter decisions.”– D. L.
“It’s always felt strange to talk about mental health, especially as a man. I grew up in the 70s, and back then, there weren’t really any discussions about it. I’d always been a happy kid. It was only once I hit my 50s that I started to feel different. My wife and I lived in this little house near Arrington, and there’d always been a few problems. Bits and bobs breaking, faulty lighting, but nothing major.
Then one night, we came home and found the bedroom ceiling caved in. If it had been any other night, it could have been us under the rubble. We tried to get help, but the landlord wouldn’t do anything. We had to live in hotels for months while they did repairs. My debt was racking up. I unknowingly found myself starting to drink six or seven glasses of whiskey a night. I’ve never been that big of a drinker, so I really noticed the change. Usually, it’s someone in the family who intervenes, but I knew I had a problem. I had to curb the drinking.
I attended some of Tulip Hill’s PHP sessions. Everyone was so welcoming. It sort of felt like a little family. We all worked through things together in group therapy. I realized that my drinking wasn’t just some random change. I had depression. As soon as I started to acknowledge and work with it, I became more aware of my drinking. Tulip Hill left me with the tools to get my life back on track.”– M. B.
Successful but Addicted to Drugs
“After college, I landed my dream job at a financial consulting firm. I worked behind the scenes as a back-end developer. I loved it. Every day was challenging, but the money came easy. I was pulling in $5k to $6k in my first few months. I knew that there was a culture of drugs, especially cocaine, in the industry, but I didn’t think it would get to me. I tried a few hits here and there, and I liked the way it made me feel. It felt good to be part of a fast-paced crowd of over-achievers and high-earners. It really was like a culture: work, cocaine, money, nice restaurants.
I knew I had a problem, but everybody was doing it. It started to become the ‘thing’ to help you unwind after work. It also suppressed my appetite, so I lost a couple of pounds easily whenever I wanted to. One of the seniors found out after a pretty bad trip at the office. I guess they’d always known – they just didn’t know how bad. I kind of got pulled into going to rehab. It was either that or no job. I didn’t really have a choice. I went to Tulip Hill as a last resort, but it really became my safe haven.
I got put into IOP for sixty days. It was a slow transition back to ‘normal life’, but with the support of all the staff, I finally reached my goals. The craving still hits me sometimes, but the techniques and methods I’ve learned at Tulip Hill have helped me curb and control them. I honestly don’t think I’d have a job if it weren’t for Tulip Hill.”– R. B.
First-Time in Treatment
“I got into drugs at around 14. My parents were good – they just had a lot of problems together. Drugs were just an escape from it all. There was also a big scene in the clubs with MDMA, so every night, I’d be in some club getting high. This kept going on for years, even when I moved to Murfreesboro for a new job. I had a family by that point, but I still did drugs. I just masked it. I never once thought about going to rehab. It just seemed pointless. I’d never had that bad of a trip anyway until 2020.
That’s when COVID hit. I felt locked up in my own home. I must have overdosed because my wife found me on the kitchen floor. I was given an ultimatum and knew I had to turn my life around. I was sick of trying to hide all the time. I looked up a few rehab centers in the area, but Tulip Hill was rated the highest. I decided to give it a go and try the outpatient program. It was an intense sixty days, but it got under everything I’d been doing and why.
The group therapy sessions made me feel like I wasn’t in it alone, and the staff was always so welcoming. Medication management helped wean me off the drugs, but I also loved that the program set me up for future success. Tulip Hill didn’t just help me curb my addiction – it helped me understand how important my mental health is.”– E. H.
Long Term Support at Tulip Hill
“I’ve always been skeptical of rehab. I feel like most clinics give you treatment and then push you back into the real world with no contacts. You’re just left on your own again. I probably feel this way because of my mom. She had a pretty bad drug addiction when I was growing up, and none of the clinics she went to managed to keep her drug use under wraps. She needed more than they could give her.
I spiraled into my own addiction after losing my son and didn’t know how to handle myself. I felt like the system had failed my mom, so I didn’t care to even try it. I thought I could do it by myself. I tried quitting by going ‘cold turkey’, which was the worst pain I’d ever felt. I booked myself into Tulip Hill and wasn’t expecting much. I just wanted to get withdrawal out of the way without any pain. I didn’t realize how much of an impact they would have on my life. I’ve attended group therapy now for more than a year, and it’s massively helped me.
It’s made me realize my addiction isn’t all my fault. It stemmed from my mental health. I needed to start taking better care of myself. After being put on their medication program, I was scared to leave. I didn’t want to be left in the dark as my mom had – but I was so surprised. Tulip Hill called me first. They were the ones reaching out to see if I was doing okay and if I needed anything. I decided to keep the group therapy up, and my life has changed for the better. I know I’ve got a support network with Tulip Hill, and I’m so grateful for it.”– A. D.
Peace After Tulip Hill
“After being in and out of several rehab clinics, I was ready to give up. My addiction was getting the better of me, and none of the facilities I’d looked at seemed to be able to provide me with what I needed to recover. There would always be some kind of shortcoming. Sometimes it was overcrowded, and other times it was just too expensive. Nothing seemed to fit.
I remember being recommended to Tulip Hill, but I was skeptical after my past experiences. I didn’t have to be. Even before I looked around, I was put at ease. The staff contacted me before my visit to ask about my medical history.
When I arrived, they made me feel at home. I was welcomed and treated like a real person, not just a statistic or study. Tulip Hill handled all the financial paperwork so that I could focus all my efforts on recovery. I felt like a new person after my program with them. Even after I left, they kept in touch. I regularly visit whenever I feel a bad day coming on.”– A. H.
Reputable Addiction Treatment in Murfreesboro, TN
We want to help you overcome your addiction to drugs and alcohol just as we have helped so many others. At Tulip Hill, your recovery is our priority. We offer a wide range of both evidence-based and holistic treatment services to ensure our clients not only get sober but stay sober. Additionally, our recovery plans are catered to meet your specific needs as we understand the importance of individualized treatment. To learn more about what Tulip Hill offers in Murfreesboro, TN or to begin your recovery journey today, give us a call or visit our contact form.