Buffalo Valley Inc. - Lewisburg

1.6 (16 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
554 2nd Avenue
Lewisburg, TN 37091
8004472766 Visit Website
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At Buffalo Valley our belief is that chemical dependency is a primary, progressive and chronic disease that can be fatal; therefore, it is imperative that the alcoholic/addict be treated as a person suffering from an illness. Chemical dependency results from a number of causative factors, including those which are physiological, psychological, spiritual, and social in nature and origin. Therefore, our treatment approach addresses the individual needs of each person seeking our help. Assessments identify the presence of conditions contributing to substance use/abuse and how alterations of these conditions may contribute to a positive treatment outcome.

Buffalo Valley Inc. - Lewisburg Reviews and Ratings Details

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If you are an alcoholic or parent of an alcoholic, please reconsider. Never heard from his counselor Saul in thirty days. Son knew He wasn’t ready and we offered to pay an additional money. For Buff...


This is a total lie....they treat the residents like crap. We were totally lied to. If this is a top notch state run facility....GOD HAVE MERCY ON ADDICTS I Tennessee!!!!!!!!!!! This place lied about...


WARNING!!! Avoid this place, no matter what it takes! Staff is unprofessional, food is barely edible & they will let you go into full-blown withdrawl and still not give you any medicine. I don't know ...


This is a poor excuse for rehab. This is where the state sends everybody who made a deal to avoid jail or get released early. There is a real prison yard mentality among many "patients", incuding an u...


I think this is the most pathetic place around jail respects u better, my wife had a seizure and was in the hospital for 2 hours and they don't have the ability to call me or let family know, they tre...


Most of the staff smelled like 3 day butt. The food was up to us to cook. Lunch was barely anything. It was the worst. I got ate up by bugs. I tried to tell them for 2 weeks. There were a few good sta...


Some of the staff and counslers are pretty cool. there is absolutely no structure. I learned absolutely nothing in the 4 weeks I was there I am very dissapointed. I do miss quite a few of the staff me...


This place is a joke !!! I wouldn't send my worst enemy there !!! The staff are rude & unprofessional , they lie to you from the start. Your told to leave your phone you won't need it you can make cal...


strength:Treats Co occurring disorders weakness:Not much exercise They are awesome and gave me a new life


strength:n/a weakness:Everything Very horrible place


strength:The took in my ex wife when she had alrwdy run away form their program once.They were very hard to communicate with at the time. This was about 7 years ago The administration was very profess...


Strength:n/a weakness:n/a


This place is a joke! There are no counslers interested meetings no structure. The clients cook the meals and there is never enough food. This place really stinks!


They treat you like your family is against you they treat you with no respect and your family.


This place has no structure and they are given way to much freedom to soon. I would not recommend this place to anyone serious about recovery. This place was a total disappointment for me and my addic...

Areas of Focus
Residential Treatment

Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.

Dual Diagnosis/ Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

These two terms describe a person who is not only addicted to drugs or alcohol, but also has a mental or emotional illness, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc. Facilities that treat patients with dual-diagnosis or co-occurring disorders provide psychiatric treatment in addition to drug and alcohol rehabilitation services.