Recovery House of East Tennessee is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center specializing with a Collaborative Care Model, and integrative services for dual diagnosis addiction treatment. RHOET offers a variety of coordinated comprehensive programs designed to collaboratively treat substance use and co-occurring mood disorders, in conjunction with medical health issues. The RHOET treatment center utilizes evidence-based treatment modalities in conjunction with a Strengths Based Approach, that identify, target and build on strengths; to engage therapeutic treatment interventions, that address underlying symptoms of addictions and comorbidity.
It’s hard to say “loved it” when thinking about drug treatment, or rehab (and I was there for detox) but I have to acknowledge it is no wonder this is one of the top ranked programs in the country. The program is 12 step based and I must confess I have some misgivings about AA programs in terms of their success rates, but here is 12 step plus, I would say. The staff, many of them recovering addicts themselves, are kind, responsive and do an amazing job considering what they are up against on a daily basis. Had I not been contractually bound to return to another facility after detox, I would have stayed here for sure. I credit them (and some “free” advice from one of their staff members when I walked out of the other facility early) playing a major role in my recovery. I am sober close to two months today. “Thank you” does not even begin to convey how I feel about the team here.
I had a client needing first time treatment for Alcohol Dependence. In a highly intoxicated state, she had gotten in a very serious legal situation. She suffers from some complex medical difficulties. Eleven well known addiction treatment programs refused to accept her as a patient. Eric Miller with Recovery House of East Tennessee (RHET) worked with me to gain her admission to the RHET in spite of her complex medical condition and legal situation. Eric is a remarkable intake coordinator. He made a difficult program entry process as painless as possible. She entered the RHET residential program and was provided an excellent foundation for her continued successful recovery. She completed the program the end of May, and is now engaged in structured living and an IOP program. She is thriving in her continued successful recovery following her treatment at the RHET and is enjoying a new life of sobriety. If anyone is seeking admission to an outstanding residential program, call Eric, and enter the RHET. Eric and the staff will provide you with a solid foundation and tools for the continuing the journey of successful recovery.