How do I know if I need treatment for substance use disorder?
When addiction or compulsive behaviors involving alcohol or other substances control your life, you should seek treatment for substance use disorder. Signs you might be losing control due to addiction include:
- Missing work or losing your job
- Legal issues and trouble with law enforcement
- Conflict with your family and friends
- Using alcohol or substances to cope with depression, anxiety or other difficult emotions.
What are the signs of addiction?
Beyond losing control of your work and social life, common signs of addiction include:
- Constant need of a substance to “deal” with life
- Experiencing withdrawal symptoms if you stop taking the substance
- Change in sleep patterns
- Social and work life revolve around when you can use the substance
- Frequently lying about how much of the substance you use
- Rapid change in weight
- Commiting a crime to support your habit, such as stealing money to buy more
How long is treatment?
A traditional treatment program at Tulip Hill includes 30 days of partial hospitalization (PHP) and 30 to 60 days of intensive outpatient (IOP). However, the length of stay can vary from person to person. We believe each person has individual needs, and we tailor our treatment programs to meet you exactly where you are. Some clients may not be appropriate for the PHP level of care, such as those who have already completed a 30 day program. Our admissions staff and clinical team work closely with each client to develop the best suited plan for each of their unique needs.
Our clinical team works closely with each client to develop the best plan based on their individual needs.
What is the admissions process?
After you initially reach out for help, our admissions team will contact you to conduct a confidential pre-admissions screening. They will ask a series of questions relating to your unique situation and offer answers to any questions you may have about our program. It’s important to be honest during this process so that our team can determine whether Tulip Hill Recovery will be able to meet your needs.
If you or your loved one are not appropriate for our program, we are committed to helping you find an alternative solution to put you on your path to recovery.
How do I pay for treatment?
Many health insurance plans cover the cost of substance abuse treatment. Our admissions team can help you review the benefits of your insurance plan to determine whether it covers your treatment at Tulip Hill.
If you are not covered by insurance, please contact us anyway. We are committed to helping you find the best available resources for your needs. Learn more about cost options here.
Does the Affordable Care Act cover recovery from addiction?
Affordable Care Act Marketplace plans recognize mental health services and addiction treatment as essential health benefits. All Marketplace plans cover some level of behavioral health treatment, mental and behavioral health inpatient services, and substance use disorder treatment. We can help you review your plan to find out what it covers.
Federal law mandates that it is the legal responsibility of Tulip Hill Recovery to ensure each client’s confidentiality. All of our staff are dedicated to upholding the strict standards of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). We also adhere to internal policies regarding client rights and confidentiality.
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Talking to someone about treatment for addiction can be intimidating, but we’re here to make it as easy and accessible as possible. If you or a loved one needs professional help, we are always available to talk and answer any questions you may have about treatment or recovery. Please contact us online or call us at 877-845-8192 to get in touch with our team and start the recovery journey.
1800 S Rutherford Blvd #103,
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
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Jackson, TN 38301