The Village--Self-Harm Treatment Center, is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment rehab in Louisville, Tennessee. Focusing on changing the lives of those affected by drug and alcohol addiction, the addiction counselors at The Village--Self-Harm Treatment Center aim to do everything in their power to make their patients feel comfortable in their newfound surroundings and provide them with the most effective treatment possible.
Treating all addictions, as well as underlying psychological disorders that may have contributed to the birth of the addiction, is paramount when being treated at a high-quality drug and alcohol rehab in Louisville, Tennessee. This, amongst other reasons, is why The Village--Self-Harm Treatment Center offers certain treatment approaches that have been proven to work. These treatment approaches may include: Personalized Treatment Plan. Addiction treatment options are available to Adolescents and The Village--Self-Harm Treatment Center accepts specific insurances, such as: Aetna, Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Coventry, First Health, Health Net, Magellan Behavioral Health, Medicaid, Most Insurances, Multiplan, Optum, UnitedHealthcare, ValueOptions.
It's important to strive in helping those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction to build a solid foundation for a renewed and improved future. Despite the severity of an addict's addiction, recovery is possible. With the proper treatment plan in place, addiction treatment patients can accomplish all of their goals and more. Get in touch with The Village--Self-Harm Treatment Center by visiting their website at www.villagebh.com to get started.
I just got discharged this morning this place was good wasn’t a 5 star. I was a great outstanding patient on platinum everyday and only was there for a month and 15 days. I think this place is more for kids that struggle with drugs, law trouble, fighting, running away sexual struggles etc.. not for self-harm, suicide,depression. There were physical fights to often and verbal arguments everyday. Each cabin has 12 beds so you share with the same (birth)gender. It was a very encouraging place all around. Way over the top of too much drama. And staff were outstanding I can’t complain much other than 1 staff not treating people with much respect and always having an attitude and 1 staff joining in with the kids and not leading a good example. You have to go to school everyday (year round school) also they struggle with having people to work, very short staffed. I loved each and every supervisor along with staff I got a long with everyone ! Everyone wants to help!!! I definitely recommend this place but come with a strong back and a positive attitude and don’t cause drama and stay out of drama. The only reason why I did not give 5 star is because this place could use a little organization skills and know the rules all around and not juggle them. Also use communication skills more clear. Also I’m not so much of a food person but for those that are I’m not so sure it fills you up to last you until the next meals and I also think meal times are a little to early for kids that are going place to place and being productive (breakfast-6:30 lunch-12:30 dinner-5 bedtime at 9) I personally think it should be (breakfast-7:30/8 lunch 1:00/1:30/2:00 dinner at 6:30/7 and bedtime at 9/10:30) i also think they should give us 45 minutes-60 min. to eat not 25-30) also I think that the kids that do nothing wrong should be recognized and not just the kids that cause daily issues.
This facility is not particularly fair to every patient. To be completely honest, the most therapeutic part is cabin life. I was in oak and the staff is phenomenal. I would recommend this place for most people. My tip of advice is to work your treatment, it's worth the time. My experience was great. A big thanks to the Village! I am now 3 months clean of self-harm.
The Village Behavioral Health Center might be scary at first but it changed my life it is help me to realize stuff I don't need to do all the staff there are awesome they will help you through the way they may have some trouble Sunday but just be nice stay on Platinum and you will make it through the program in three or more months I got it in for a man name is Austin Massengill
I was in Peninsula Village from 2006 to 2007. I was in the Mustang clan, and then the Hawks clan. I am where I am at today because of this program. As I understand it, there have been many changes to the program to make it more amenable. Dr. Bob Pegler really cares and was able to get through to me. There are ups and downs when attending a long term care facility. Some folks focus on the negative and blame in on the program because it's an easy scapegoat. I started out in STU, and once I was ready moved out to the outdoor program. This is not a resort. It is a place for introspection, learning how to communicate, group therapy, etc. If we were out fishing and having a grand time I wouldn't have learned to appreciate the little things. These resort like rehabilitation facilities that are being advertised on your T.V. or internet do nothing but enable you to waste money and enable you to hide from reality. I had many ups and downs in PV and after 14 months, I was ready use the life tools I had taught myself and the tools that where taught to me. As a side note, I begged my parents to take me home many times and tried to scare them into taking me home. This was in the first few months. If I would have succeeded in manipulating my parents in taking me out of the program, I wouldn't have learned what I did. Plus, I would most likely have blamed the program for *MY* issues. I am coming up on my 11th year of sobriety thanks to me, my parents and Peninsula Village. If I have a child that starts heading down the path I was heading, I would send them to this program so long as it's a similar program. Tough Love is the best type of love.
I was put here in oct 2016 at 13 for a total of 120 days. I'm so glad I got the opportunity to go here. This place has honestly turned my life around. I can cope with things. I am no longer depressed. The staff at this facility really do care about the kids. They are also trying to make this place more kid friendly. Instead of a punishment for bad behavior, you get a reward for your good behavior. Rebecca Henry was my therapist and she was awesome. If I was having a bad day or was having really bad anxiety she would make sure she could meet with me that day. She helped teach me coping skills that are going to help me throughout my entire life. And the other bad reviews are probably from kids who didnt work the program correctly. But I highly recommend this place to anyone in need of treatment. It's a great place. I want to thank Village Behavior health for helping me better myself.
Village Behavioral Health is an awesome place to send your teens. The staff there love the kids and treat them to the best experience possible. The caring staff makes sure the kids are supervised, well fed, attend school and therapy sessions regularly. The employees there really love the teens. This is an outdoorsy experience and there are bathhouse - like a summer camp.
I worked at Village Behavioral Health for four years. My experience was very positive. The Village is a treatment facility for children with mental health and substance abuse problems. It is not a daycare or summer camp. Patients are encouraged to confront, process, and change behaviors which lead to placement in an inpatient setting. Patients admitted to the Village have both family and individual therapy weekly. They also have group therapy daily and attend school. Children admitted to the Village have very structured schedules which fosters therapeutic buy-in. Patients are allowed passes and earn incentives based on positive behavior. Many of the poor reviews are from former employees who were terminated due to failing to comply with work schedules, etc. If your child has not benefited from previous outpatient treatment and requires a residential setting, I would encourage you to call the admissions department and schedule a tour of the facility.