Samaritan Recovery Community is a not-for-profit agency that has provided treatment for addiction and co-occurring disorders in Nashville and the Middle Tennessee area since 1964. The agency is professionally managed by XMI Growth (of Nashville, TN) and is funded in part by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, and private Contributions.
Over the years, Samaritan Recovery Community has become a recognized leader in the behavioral health field by offering quality treatment programs to men and women in need at affordable costs and based on ability to pay.
Clinical Staff: All services are provided by credentialed and licensed clinicians that include a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors, Licensed Psychological Examiner, Psychologist, Licensed Professional Counselor – Mental Health Specialty Provider, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practioner-Board Certified, Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist and medical staff.
Founded in 1964 by a group of community members concerned about the homeless, Samaritan Recovery Community is a comprehensive community-based treatment center in Nashville, TN.
Samaritan Recovery Community is an accredited behavioral health treatment provider with sixty licensed treatment beds, twenty-four beds in its recovery apartments, and programs that include alcohol and drug residential rehabilitation, co-occurring residential treatment services, halfway house treatment services, supportive housing services, outpatient services, and DUI schools.
All programs are on half a city block in the historic East Nashville area with a spectacular view of the downtown skyline and Tennessee Titans football stadium. On the property there is an administrative building, residential treatment building, transitional living building, and the Bridgeway Apartments have a club house which contains the group room, flat screen tv and kitchen. Additionally, there are three single story apartments that while built in the 1940s have been recently renovated.
Centrally located with easy access to the interstate and on bus routes, Samaritan Recovery Community is within walking distance of Downtown Nashville and East Nashville.
Rooms are comfortably appointed and each client has a roommate.
Samaritan Recovery Community participates in a third-party outcome evaluation project conducted by the University of Memphis, Institute for Substance Abuse Research and Evaluation (I-SARE).
The I-SARE project provides a post-treatment follow-up evaluation process for all substance abuse services for which the TDMHDD, Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services contracts. Its purpose is to provide outcome data as part of the Division’s performance-based evaluation system which supports planning and funding. Samaritan and all other state-funded treatment facilities participate on an ongoing basis in the I-SARE project to assist in maximizing program effectiveness and ensure that outcome results are monitored on a regular basis.
The most recent annual I-SARE report includes follow-up data collected from thirty-five mental health centers and substance abuse treatment facilities from across the state.
As shown below, the report reflects that Samaritan’s programs (blue bar) surpass the statewide averages (green bar) on every key performance indicator at six months after discharge:
- Completed Treatment 88%
- Abstinent 78%
- Improved Work Performance 72%
- Overall Health 87%
- Satisfaction 94%
Samaritan Recovery Community is among the most affordably priced high quality behavioral health treatment providers in the country. Samaritan is accredited by CARF International and offers affordably priced evidenced-based treatment services for substance abuse and co-occurring disorders in well-maintained, attractively furnished facilities. All services are provided by credentialed and licensed clinicians that include Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Medical Director, Licensed Professional Counselor, Mental Health Specialty Provider, and Psychiatric Nurse Practioner, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors, Licensed Psychological Examiner, Psychologist and medical staff.
Payment Options & Cost
Because of public and private donations that help
supplement treatment costs, Samaritan is able to offer to those in need the reduced self-pay options below.
Intensive Residential Program
Self-pay clients are eligible to participate in Samaritan’s twenty-eight day Intensive Residential Treatment Program at a special all-inclusive rate of $6,000. This is a traditional twenty-eight day highly-structured treatment program consisting of daily group therapy sessions, substance abuse and co-occurring educational classes and activities, recreational activities, supervised participation in support group meetings each evening, and other daily treatment-related activities. The program is staffed twenty-four hours per day, seven days per week.
Intensive Outpatient Program
Self-pay clients are also eligible to participate in Samaritan’s Intensive Outpatient Program at a special rate of $50.00 per session (three group sessions per week).
Transitional Living Program
Self-pay clients may also qualify to participate in the Transitional Living Treatment Program (Licensed Halfway House) at a special all-inclusive rate of $7,200 for ninety days (includes room, board, and treatment services by credentialed and licensed staff). Located on Samaritan’s main campus, the program is staffed twenty-four hours per day, seven days per week.
Insurance & Government Funding
Many commercial plans including exchange plans are accepted. Please call to verify that your insurance can be used for our facility. All TennCare insurance plans are accepted.
Persons without insurance or other means of payment who meet federal poverty guidelines may qualify for federal block grant or other grant funding. Each person’s financial situation is assessed on an individual basis to determine if they qualify for this funding and there is typically a waiting list for these subsidized treatment services.
My clean date is May 20, 2016.
Samaritan has brought me a long way. When I got here I didn’t know what was going to happen. I remember saying to myself, “Sit here and get yourself together,” but after being here I realized there was more to it than that.
There are counselors at Samaritan that cared about me. Really cared.
That was not something that I had or knew I wanted.
I have learned how to live again without the use of any kind of substance. I have gained relationships back, I have permanent employment. I have people in my life that care about me.
Without being at Samaritan and listening and learning how to live life on life’s terms, I might still be out there.