At Addiction Campuses, we do our best to ensure that we assess your recovery needs. That’s why we offer 100% confidential and free on-site risk assessments to gauge what level of help you need. Our experts work hard to find you a center that is willing to accept your insurance. Let us be your guide to a life free from addiction.
David Buss joins the Addiction Campuses Business Development team as the new Market Director for Middle and East Tennessee. With a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from University of Tennessee, Knoxville, David brings over 20 years of experience and expertise in Healthcare - Pharmaceutical Sales and Business Development.
In recovery from addiction, David is extremely passionate about working with professionals in the substance abuse field. He knows what it takes to help clients and patients achieve long-term abstinence and recovery.
In a testiment to his recovery, David is extremely active and enjoys cycling and running in his hometown, Franklin, TN. David is also the proud father of two high school children..
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is a model of treatment originally developed to treat individuals diagnosed with borderline personality disorder (BPD). In addition, research has shown that it is effective in treating a wide range of other disorders such as substance dependence, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and eating disorders.
The Addiction Campuses experiential therapy program offers clients several ways to express themselves and overcome their fears and anxieties. The experiential curriculums include Wilderness Therapy, Adventure Therapy and Expressive Therapies. In addition to traditional practices, the expresisve therapies offer clients individual and unique ways to approach a better way of life. The program offers clients the opportunity to rebuild their mind, body and spirit.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a form of therapy that focuses on eliminating negative patterns of behavior and teaching new and positive ones. It can be used to understand underlying concerns that influence addiction and to manage depression, anxiety, self-destructive patterns of behavior and to eliminate relapse and craving concerns.
Survival is one of the key goals of addiction recovery, and adventure therapy challenges the body and the mind in a natural environment. Skills such as crafting shelters from debris, building a fire, hunting, fishing, game trapping, and staying warm in cold environments will be mastered in adventure therapy. The idea is to push participants in new directions and to boost their confidence in an exciting environment.
Those who feel low energy or who lack motivation in their recovery often do well with motivational interviewing. This method is a positive and non-confrontational way to build a recovery path by identifying powerful motivational tools that drive a person to succeed. It requires talking with a skilled therapist and narrowing down the truly important things in a person's life, using them for inspiration and encouragement in treatment.
Family therapy and support taps into the love that is shared within a family unit or a close-knit group of people by surrounding patients with those they love in a counseling environment. Here, family issues that may contribute to addiction are worked out and new healing interactions fostered to help a person work towards positivity and acceptance.
Opiate abuse is a major problem in the country, whether illicit or medicinal. Swift River is dedicated to helping those who suffer from this addiction regain a happy and sober lifestyle.
Swift River is located in lovely Cummington, on a beautiful forested campus. This gives visitors the chance to fish, hike, and even camp in comfort and tranquility.
One of Swift River's most enjoyable programs is adventure therapy, where people learn how to survive in the wilderness and challenge themselves in entirely new ways.
Addiction is a lifelong concern, which is why Swift River offers aftercare services, such as transitional living environments, in order to promote long-lasting recovery.
At The Bluffs, your individual needs are a priority. A low client-to-staff ratio at The Bluffs means a more personalized experience.
Located in the rolling hills of Eastern Ohio, along the Atwood Lake, the 75-acre property provides the perfect retreat for healing.
Your unique situation, learning style, strengths, interests and goals for recovery are all addressed with a high level of support at The Bluffs.
Addiction is often coupled with mood or mental health issues. Our expert multidisciplinary team at The Bluffs works in unison to treat disorders that co-occur with addiction.
For those who have borderline personality disorder (or even those who don't), Turning Point offers dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) to help manage the negative behavioral patterns that influence addiction.
Turning Point has been accredited by the Joint Commissions, a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring that health care facilities meet exacting standards.
Located less than 20 minutes from Memphis, Turning Point is easy to access from Memphis International Airport or even from freeways like 55 or 240.
Turning Point accepts most insurance plans, including out-of-network PPO plans and works to find a way to minimize your personal cost investment.
At the Treehouse, you have access to skilled behavioral therapists that can help you master the positive skills taught in cognitive behavioral therapy.
Their campus is just a short drive from downtown Dallas, making it easily accessible to multiple airports, including Love Field and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
Professionals who are dedicated to their career can receive quality treatment at the Treehouse. Here, they have access to a myriad of amenities that let them keep in touch with their business.
The Treehouse is located near gorgeous property, including proximity to Lake Tawakoni State Park, which has 376 acres that are fun to explore after treatment has concluded.