Nashville Radio Show: Renewal House

Renewal House provides specialized addiction treatment to women and their children. We are the only long-term residential addiction treatment program in Middle Tennessee that treats women and their children together. 

On any given day, there are 60 women on the waiting list needing our help. The current opioid crisis has sharply increased the demand for services. Renewal House is the only residential addiction treatment program for pregnant women and mothers and their children in Middle Tennessee.

Programs Include:

  • FAMILY RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM: A structured family-centered residential program where women and their children going through treatment and recovery live in independent apartments on the Renewal House campus.
  • INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM: A licensed treatment program providing nine hours per week of group therapy focused on the root causes of a woman’s addiction.
  • PREGNANT AND POSTPARTUM INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM: A specialized program serving women who are legally or DCS involved and pregnant or with a child under the age of one.
  • RECOVER TOGETHER: A partnership with Vanderbilt University Medical Center providing assessments, individual and group counseling in an outpatient setting for pregnant and parenting women with substance use disorders.
  • AFFORDABLE HOUSING: Available to women and their children as a part of the Renewal House recovery community.
  • Renewal House clients benefit from many services, including: INDIVIDUAL THERAPY | GROUP THERAPY | PARENTING SKILLS | RELAPSE PREVENTION | SPIRITUALITY | VOCATIONAL SUPPORT | TRANSPORTATION
  • Renewal House treats the mother and her children offering a unique solution for vulnerable families.
  • Providing a safe and nurturing environment for mothers who are working towards recovery with their children.
  • Providing evidence-based programs to children to support their healthy development – physically, socially and academically.

The Numbers

  • Renewal House served 468 women and children in FY2018-19, an increase of more than 12% over the 416 served in FY2017-18.
  • The waiting list for Renewal House’s family residential treatment program also has increased, from 60 to 70 currently waiting.
  • While the national average for overdose deaths is down by more than 4% for 2018, the overdose death rate in Tennessee increased nearly 5% for the year. (The Tennessean, July 19, 2019)

Learn more:  https://www.renewalhouse.org/

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