Samaritans
Samaritan Recovery Community, Inc.
Welcome to our webpage!  Samaritan Recovery Community is one of the oldest and most respected behavioral health treatment facilities in the Southeast.  Founded in 1964, “Samaritans” has provided addiction and co-occurring disorders treatment to thousands of Tennesseans for the past fifty years.
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Intensive Residential Program

The Intensive Residential program is a highly structured residential treatment program for men and women experiencing significant dysfunction in their lives as a result of chemical dependency or co-occurring disorders. The program's comprehensive treatment approach is designed to address the individual's physical, emotional, and psychological needs. Clinical services are provided by a multi-disciplinary staff which includes a Medical Director, Licensed Substance Abuse Counselors, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Psychological Examiner, Psychologist, Psychiatrist and a Nurse.


The Intensive Residential treatment activities occur daily during the hours of 8:00am - 4:30pm. Each evening, the clients are transported under staff supervision to AA/NA support group meetings in the community.

 


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319 South 4th Street • Nashville Tennessee USA 37206 • 615/ 244-4802

 


 

 

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