Important Information for Potential Alcohol and Drug Rehab Patients

Discovery Place is one of the most reputable alcohol and drug rehab centers, as evidenced in the next few paragraphs. We have over 16 years of experience in passing along the gift of recovery, and our unique model for sobriety has given us an incredible reputation in the sober community. Alcohol and drug rehabilitation is a difficult process. Our non-commissioned admissions staff will work tirelessly with you to ensure the best possible outcome.

Potential guests of Discovery Place, a nonprofit alcohol and drug rehabilitation center, are strongly encouraged to consider getting away from their hometown. In 12 step fellowships, the saying goes that people who need to get sober should, “…change their playmates, playgrounds and playthings.” The first step to ensure sustained sobriety is creating healthy distance from home. Many alcoholics and drug addicts create an unhealthy network of friends/acquaintances. They are also likely to live in toxic environments. To ensure the best chance for success, Discovery Place asks potential guests to cultivate open-mindedness towards the creation of healthy space from an unhealthy life. For many people, getting out-of-state for alcohol and drug rehabilitation is critical to success.

Why Discovery Place?

Don’t take our word for it. When award-winning recovery blogger Bill Webb wrote about Discovery Place he said, “Since I have contacts in the Nashville area I was able to reach out and learn that DP (Discovery Place) is well-regarded in the recovery community, and so I figured I’d make this  exception to my rule.”

Bill Webb has a rule. He never writes about treatment centers. Here’s a man with an award-winning blog and long-term sobriety making  an exception to his rule. That’s what Discovery Place is. An exception to the rule. How many rehabs do you know with an incredible reputation in the sober community?

We offer programs that have given us a very well-regarded reputation amongst the recovery community. If you want to find out what treatment centers give you or your loved one the best chance at sustained sobriety, talk to someone in recovery. If you live in or near Tennessee, chances are they will tell you about Discovery Place.

I can tell you, as a member of the recovery community, it is rare for a drug and alcohol rehab, like Discovery Place, to have a good reputation. Discovery Place has that reputation because our men get sober, and many stay sober.

Do You or a Loved One Suffer from Drug Addiction and Alcoholism?

Drug addiction and alcoholism have left an indelible impact on American society.  Drug and alcohol abuse affects people from diverse geographic, economic and cultural backgrounds.  In the majority of cases, the person afflicted with substance abuse problems causes emotional turmoil in family, friends and society.  These drug and alcohol related issues are becoming increasingly pronounced in the United States.

Fortunately, society’s perspective of people suffering from substance abuse issues is becoming more open and tolerant.  Today, virtually all medical professionals recognize substance abuse as a disease (or illness) due to years of meticulous data, research and studies.  With a push towards rehabilitation instead of incarceration, many people are actively seeking help for substance abuse.  Unfortunately, as noted by Hazelden’s William Cope Moyers, eight out of ten people who need drug rehab services will never find treatment.

Discovery Place = Incredible Outcomes!

Discovery Place offers highly effective, affordable drug and alcohol rehabilitation services for those seeking freedom from a life of slavery to substances.  Our recovery programs offer hope to the hopeless, and love for those who have often stopped loving themselves.

In partnership with the Baptist Healing Trust, we have tracked the outcomes our programs produce.  Our statistics are published openly on our website.  They continue to demonstrate Discovery Place as one of the premier drug rehab and recovery program providers in the nation for those suffering from drug addiction and alcoholism.  In fact, 61% of our alumni report sobriety one year after leaving Discovery Place.

Discovery Place is also a non-profit organization with no commissioned staff.  No member of our staff owns a recovery-related business, such as a sober-living (halfway) house.  You can be assured we are an organization operating with the right motives.  Our staff works at Discovery Place because they love recovery and helping guests find a path to happy, useful lives.  The generous donations of major non-profit organizations and friends of Discovery Place allow us to offer our 30-day residential program for a price many families can afford.  We offer interest-free financing for qualified applicants, and we also have partial scholarships available for guests with demonstrated financial need.

Discovery Place is not a drug and alcohol rehab in the traditional sense of the term.  We are, instead, a recovery retreat that introduces guests to recovery from drug addiction and alcoholism as a way of life.  We operate under the original recovery principle of one alcoholic/drug addict helping another to stay sober.  Our recovery programs can help even the most desperate people.  We have experience in all areas of drug addiction and alcoholism, and we have been especially successful with opiate abusers.  With 16 years of incredible outcomes, let Discovery Place introduce your loved one to a life in recovery!

The video below was shot unscripted and features head long-term program guide Nick Bullock sharing his experience with finding sobriety at Discovery Place. The following video, produced in partnership with another nonprofit organization, seeks to capture the essence of Discovery Place. It features former Discovery Place guide Patrick Maclean, one of the most beloved guides in Discovery Place history.

Call Discovery Place for a No-Pressure Consultation

Please call us today and allow us to help. The call is free, confidential and answered by a non-comissioned admissions specialist. Walk through the fear and pick up the phone or fill out our contact form below. It could change your life forever!

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