About Foundations Nashville
Foundations Nashville Outpatient Brochure
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Residential Rehabilitation Options
Too often, individuals in need of treatment fall through the cracks and many who need help don’t get it. That’s why we were committed to bringing our successful model to the Nashville area. Nashville is home to large communities of business, medical, music and entertainment professionals with tight schedules, as well as individuals from all backgrounds who are looking to receive treatment in a less-structured environment. Foundations Nashville is prepared to meet the needs of each person in a convenient and comprehensive fashion.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Co-occurring Disorders
Comprehensive Behavioral Health Assessments
Transitions: An Intensive Outpatient Program for Adolescents
Transitions sessions take place from 4pm to 7pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
Adolescents can attend sessions on topics such as health and wellness, management of daily living skills, medication management and compliance, anger management, communication and assertiveness, and substance use and dual diagnosis. Program elements will involve specialty and process groups, in which participants can learn about different subjects and then practice new skills in a supportive environment. Foundations Nashville provides a safe haven for teenagers to find relief from sources of conflict and negative influences. Our expert team of multi-disciplinary staff members can enable teens to strengthen their identities and find positive ways to express themselves. Recovery is not simply about sobriety; it is about finding a whole new perspective and acquiring the tools needed to live a full, healthy life.
One of the elements of the adolescent program at Foundations Nashville that sets it apart from similar programs is its emphasis on healing families, not just individuals. In the Transitions program, parents are involved in treatment; they have their own groups, and they attend select groups with their teenagers. We believe that it is important for adolescents to find their own paths to recovery, but the integration of family relationships is key to transformational change for everyone. Support from the family can be a critical factor in the recovery process, and parents can find their own healing and new coping skills that will help them support their children and create a family dynamic where all members can thrive and find hope for the future.