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2014 Quail Hollow Circle
Franklin, TN 37067

(615) 628-5700
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About Rolling Hills Hospital

Rolling Hills Hospital offers medical detoxification for adults 18 years and older in a hospital setting, while also addressing additional psychiatric issues during the treatment process.

The Adult Co-occurring Treatment Program provides diagnostic evaluation and treatment for a range of substance abuse disorders in adults including alcohol, opioids (OxyContin, Oxycodone and heroin), benzodiazepines (Valium, Xanax, Ativan and Klonopin), prescription and illicit drugs.
The multidisciplinary team, which includes psychiatrists, social workers, psychiatric nurses, dietician and mental health specialists, works closely with patients and their families to enhance their strengths, and to develop effective coping mechanisms. During a patient’s hospital stay, co-occurring disorders groups will focus on education and skill development.
Topics addressed in these groups include:

Biological, psychological and social aspects of psychiatric illness and addiction
Interactions between psychiatric illness and addiction
Holistic perspective of addiction
Identification and management of symptoms
Denial and defense mechanisms
The effects of co-occurring disorders on families
Development of coping skills
Loss and grief
Stress and anger management
Shame and guilt
Health education and nutrition

We begin to plan for each patient’s return to the community from the day of admission. As a result, collaboration and communication among staff are key components to ensure the success of each patient’s individualized treatment plan. Treatment may involve psychological and behavioral components, medical management, group therapy, family education and professionally directed activity therapy.
When Is Co-occurring Treatment the Right Fit?
We make every effort to maximize the opportunity for a patient’s continued growth by communicating with current mental health and/or medical providers upon written consent of the patient during the hospital stay. The goal of the Adult Co-occurring Program is to coordinate a seamless transition to outpatient care upon discharge and successful reintegration into the community. For those patients who are no longer in need of an acute care setting but still require additional day-to-day structure and continued treatment, our Right Step Program offers both a Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Program.
When you need direction and support to overcome the challenges of life, seek the professional guidance of our clinical experts at Rolling Hills Hospital. Together, we can help you restore balance to your life.

Timings

  • Monday:
    Open 24 hours
  • Tuesday:
    Open 24 hours
  • Wednesday:
    Open 24 hours
  • Thursday:
    Open 24 hours
  • Friday:
    Open 24 hours
  • Saturday:
    Open 24 hours
  • Sunday:
    Open 24 hours

Levels of Care

  • Inpatient
  • Outpatient
  • PHP
  • Dual Diagnosis

Detox Service Setting

  • Hospital Detox
  • Inpatient Detox
  • Outpatient Detox
  • MAT

Programs

  • Teen
  • Adult (18+)
  • Young Adult (18 - 25)
  • Seniors (65+)
  • Women
  • Men
  • LGBTQ Friendly
  • Military / Veterans

Payment Options

  • Private Pay
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • State Family Services
  • Private Insurance
  • Military Insurance

Medications Offered

  • Acamprosate
  • Disulfiram

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Memphis, TN 38104
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