Tennessee Valley Healthcare System
Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program (RRTP)
The Mental Health Residential Rehabilitation Program (MH RRTP) is a 34-bed unit (29 male/5 female) located at the TVHS Alvin C. York campus. The MH RRTP is a voluntary program. Through an integrated system of quality, comprehensive, ethical, and compassionate care and services, our competent and sensitive multi-disciplinary team responds to the emerging needs of Veterans and the local community which we serve.
The RRTP provides high quality, comprehensive programming using evidence-based, Veteran-centered practices. We offer state-of-the-art residential rehabilitation and treatment services for Veterans with treatment for substance use disorder (SUD) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The MH RRTP identifies and addresses goals of rehabilitation, recovery, health maintenance, and improved quality of life. Through clinical evaluation treatment, therapy, counseling, and education, we create an environment that helps Veterans re-enter the community.
Intensive Individual and Group Therapy
Recovery and Wellness Education
Relapse Prevention, Self Help, and Maintenance
Couples and Family Counseling
Community and Daily Living Skills
Peer Support Services
Recreational Activities & Outings
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Referrals to other substance abuse or PTSD resources, as appropriate
For information or questions about the screening and admissions process, please contact our Admissions Coordinator, Ms. Lauren Hunt, LCSW, at (615) 225-6389.
MH RRTP Program Manager – Dr. Kevin Connolly, Ph.D., (615) 225-3959
MH RRTP Nurse Manager – Ms. Stacey Blythe, (615) 225-2792
In case of emergency, call 911 or report to the nearest VA Emergency Room
Veterans Crisis Line (800) 273-8255, then press ‘1’ for Veterans
- York campus, Buildings 11 and 17
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