About Samaritan Recovery Community

Learn more about who Samaritan Recovery Community is, look around our facilities, and get a sneak peak of the what the future holds for us!

The beginning and now

Who We Are

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.

Foundedby a group of community members concerned about the homeless, Samaritan Recovery Community is a comprehensive community-based treatment center in Nashville, TN.

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.

Samaritan Recovery Community Front Lawn

The agency is professionally managed by XMI Capital (of Nashville, TN) and is funded in part by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, and private Contributions.

Volunteer Opportunities

While donations are an important part of how we continue to be able to offer help to those in need, we are also always looking for volunteers to donate their time and energy.

There are many opportunities available to volunteer and help Samaritan Recovery Community. We are almost always in need of items such as basic clothing, toiletries, towels, and more. 

Please Contact Us using one of the methods above to see what our current needs are, or to find out where to donate items of need.

Our Facilities

Samaritan Recovery Community is an accredited behavioral health treatment provider with sixty licensed treatment beds and programs that include alcohol and drug residential rehabilitation, co-occurring residential treatment services, halfway house treatment services, supportive housing services, outpatient services, and more.

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, and transitional living building. Additionally, we have some exciting new buildings under construction, which you can learn more about below.

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.

Additional Pictures of our Facilities

Our New Building Project

The future of Samaritan Recovery Community is exciting, and it’s all made possible by the many who have donated their time, money, and energy into fulfilling our mission.

Construction has begun on our new building, and the Shelby House property, which will bring 484 new affordable appartments, in addition to 132 new beds for the Samaritan Recovery Community’s rehabilitation services.

You can keep up with the latest progress on this project on our Facebook Page.

Unwavering Commitment

Qualified Clinical Staff

All services are provided by credentialed and licensed clinicians who are passionate about our mission. Our clinical staff includes:

Samaritan Qualified Clinical Staff- Addiction Recovery Counselors

Need more information?

If you would like to learn more about the people behind Samaritan Recovery Community, the programs we offer, and more, we encourage you to take a look around our site.

“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.”

- Randy F.