Arbor Wellness offers clients a number of specialized treatment programs at our facility in Nashville, Tennessee. Each client is placed into a program, determined by the needs of the individual at the time of admission. Once admitted, our expertly trained clinical staff meets with each client to determine which treatments are most appropriate for each person. Learn more about our treatment programs at Arbor Wellness below:

Mental Health Programs Offered in Nashville, TN

Detox

Detox if often the first step needed in recovery from substance use disorder. Arbor Wellness offers medical detox.

Intensive Outpatient Program

The goal of IOP is to allow clients to learn how to manage mental health live a normal life.

Residential Treatment

Residential treatment provides 24-hour-a-day support to all clients in a comfortable, live-in environment.

Young Adult Program

Our young adult mental health program is specialized to meet the needs of those struggling in early adulthood.

Partial Hospitalization Program

This level of care allows clients to return to housing once programming has ended.

Alumni Program

Alumni are the heartbeat of our program. Our graduates can attend monthly alumni events, weekly groups, and more.

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Mental Health Disorders We Treat

Mental health disorders often impact day-to-day living and can also adversely compound one’s ability to relate to others. They affect a person’s thinking, behavior, feelings, and moods. Mental health conditions can turn a person into someone they do not recognize. Finding and understanding mental health treatment options when someone is already struggling can prove difficult to do. Arbor Wellness is here to help, offering luxury mental health treatment for a variety of illnesses, including the following:

Dual Diagnosis

A dual diagnosis disorder means having both a mental health disorder and a substance use disorder.

Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety disorders are the most common type of mental illness, affecting nearly 20% of Americans.

Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorders are thought disorders that need professional monitoring.

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder causes changes in a person’s mood, energy, and ability to function on a daily basis.

PTSD + Trauma

Living with unresolved trauma can negatively impact a person’s life and well-being on a daily basis.

Dysthymia

Dysthymia is an oft-misunderstood mental illness that can have a profound negative impact on a person’s life.

Complicated Grief

Complicated Grief or Prolonged Grief Disorder occurs after the devastating loss of a loved one.

Depression

Depression is a mental health disorder that has a significant impact on how a person feels, thinks, and acts.

OCD

Obsessive-Compulsive disorder presents as uncontrolled obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors.

Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder is a mental illness characterized by instability and impulsivity

ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) causes individuals to have difficulty focusing, controlling impulses, and managing energy levels.

Self-Harm

Self-harm is the intentional infliction of pain or damage on one’s own body. This behavior is often referred to by several other terms.

Avoidant Personality Disorder

Avoidant personality disorder is a mental health disorder that impacts a person’s ability to interact with others.

What to Expect From Our Programs

The needs each person has when seeking help from mental health treatment programs vary. However, everyone we work with can expect to be treated as an individual with unique needs. We start off by providing a thorough assessment that helps us determine an exact diagnosis of your mental health. From there, we can set up a schedule of therapy modalities that best address your situation. .

How Long Does Mental Health Treatment Last?

How long a person stays in treatment for their mental health depends on a number of factors. These include the diagnoses they have, how long they have had them, and how severe the symptoms are. As well, the projected length of time can change during treatment, depending on the progress each person makes and any change in their goals. 

In general, a detox treatment program lasts from five to ten days. Residential programs last a minimum of thirty days, while outpatient care can last anywhere from one month to several months. As a person moves through and completes each stage of treatment, they typically spend less time per week receiving care. 

Get Help for Mental Health in Nashville

Recovery from mental health disorders is possible. If you or a loved one are struggling with mental illness reach out to us today at 866-771-1649. Our Nashville mental health facility provides a wide range of options for those suffering from mild mental health to acute mental health disorders. Learn more about our admissions process today.

More on Mental Health Disorders

Generations ago, those with mental illness were treated as outcasts and often shunned for conditions that they had no control over. Even now, the stigma that is sometimes still associated with mental illness can prevent people from seeking the care that they need.

Fortunately, these days society is more accepting and understanding of mental illnesses. In fact, nearly one in five adults in the United States deals with a mental health issue in any given year. People ranging from well-known celebrities to everyday citizens have come forward to share their stories in an effort to let others know that they are not alone. 

In conjunction with this increased awareness, the availability of effective mental health treatment has also increased. Whereas many treatments used to rely solely on just a few different medications, today people enjoy a range of effective options. This means that people who have had adverse reactions to some medications or didn’t get the relief that they desired in the past now have a wider range of meds to use to treat their conditions. 

In addition, there are more therapy options than ever before. Popular choices range from traditional talk therapy to holistic options like yoga, good nutrition, and art therapy. There’s never been a better time to seek Nashville mental health care. 

Previous generations often thought of mental illness as something shameful and difficult to treat. Fortunately, the modern take on the situation has created a more open place for acceptance of mental health disorders. As of 2020, almost 53 million U.S. adults had a mental illness. This means 21% of people 18 and older deal with conditions such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and more. 

These days, people often feel more comfortable opening up and discussing their mental health. As well, information about how to get help is more available than ever, in great part due to the internet. People can find the right mental health resources and treatment programs for their needs quickly. This allows them the incentive and ease needed to find treatment and begin to heal. If a person feels the burden of stigma related to their mental illness, it’s important to remember they are not alone. Every kind of mental health disorder can be treated and there is no valid reason to feel shame about needing help.

Don’t hesitate to contact us immediately. In the case of a medical emergency please contact 911 or visit your local emergency department.

Hear from Past Clients

Don’t trust our word, let our clients share their experience, strength, and hope.

“Arbor Wellness Center for Mental Health will be unlike any other program in Tennessee. The level of dedication they are putting into the program from the start is something all Tennessee residents will be able to utilize.”

“The team at Arbor Wellness is known for going above and beyond for their clients. From the residential center they are building in Nashville to aftercare options and expert therapists, this program is going to change mental health treatment in TN.”

“The need for a quality residential program in Tennessee for mental health has never been greater, which is why residents of Nashville are excited for Arbor Wellness to open. We need to treat mental health seriously.”

“As a mental health professional, when I learned that Arbor Wellness was coming to Nashville, it was something I’d already been hoping for. We need to put mental health first in Tennessee and beyond!”

We Work With Most Major Insurance

Did you know most major health insurance plans with out-of-network benefits can help cover most of the costs associated with our program? Click below to find out your coverage and treatment options right now.

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