New Addiction Treatment Center Adds Emphasis on Reducing Relapse


 
Dr. Samuel MacMaster, JourneyPure's co-founder and chief clinical officer, leads a group discussion. It would be nice if we had room to show a couple of shots of the new facility.

Research has shown patients who seek residential addiction treatment relapse at a rate of 60 percent. JourneyPure At The River, located in Murfreesboro, sought an innovative way to address the issue. The result: JourneyPure Coaching™ app aimed at gamifying aftercare for lifelong sobriety.

In partnership with Vanderbilt University, this new 70-bed facility combines luxurious amenities with evidence-based residential addiction treatment and dual diagnosis mental health services. JourneyPure At The River delivers an integrated, trauma-informed treatment model to meet the specific needs of men and women in the Middle Tennessee area.

Recognizing that like other chronic illnesses, treating addiction demands more than a 30-day plan. JourneyPure committed to access to ongoing care and created the One Year Promise to provide all patients with its JourneyPure Coaching™ app for a minimum of 12 months post-treatment at no additional cost. The clinical team assigns each patient a personal recovery coach to help create an individualized aftercare plan that integrates recovery skills learned in treatment into everyday life by utilizing the app to designate goals and monitor participation in real time. The hope is that by creating a recovery support system, JourneyPure patients can achieve lifelong sobriety.

 

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