Village Behavioral Health

2.4 (30 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
2431 Jones Bend Road
Louisville, TN 37777
8665946121 Visit Website
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  • Medicare is not Accepted
  • Medicaid is Accepted
Treatment Insights

Situated at the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Village Behavioral Health offers a natural tranquility, 12-step treatment and 24-hour supervision help adolescents recover from their struggles with addiction. Apart from individual/family counseling and addiction education, the program offers vocational therapy, outdoor activities and an academic program.

Village Behavioral Health Reviews and Ratings Details

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dont go here!!!


The staff do not supervise the children well. Many children were in fights that resulted in injury such as traumatic brain injury and the need for X-rays. Many children run away and the police are cal...


I was at the villages a few years ago. They did help with my mental health but refused me medical care because they thought I was faking it and I almost died, I am permanently physically damaged from ...


This program has saved my sons life and helped our journey tremendously! He was headed to jail, no doubt. His behavior was uncontrollable and he was even starting to be abusive. With the caring staff ...


Hi, so currently im on a TA, we are not really suppose to be on phones and things for our treatment but just really wanted to really say something becuase im sure that the place looks at these so that...


I am the legal guardian of my son and we are doing everything in our hands to take him out of there.


This is the worst place Ever! The management is horrible, they get mad at the staff when the staff get close with the kids and try to help the kids cope with their problems! Some of the staff their cu...


This place really helped me a lot. I was there for eight months but those eight months really helped me a lot. I had a hard time at first but once I realized that what I was doing was unnecessary, it ...


This place really helped me a lot. I was there for eight months but those eight months really helped me a lot. I had a hard time at first but once I realized that what I was doing was unnecessary, it ...


I would not send my own children here and I worked there. I am not the only one to work there say that. I have seen first hand kids end up worse then when they started. Do your research. Ask them how ...


Hi, My child was at the Village for a dual-diagnosis need. She was using substances, sneaking out of the house, stealing to support her habit, cutting school, cutting herself and trying to overdose on...


If I could rate this place lower I would. By far the worst experience. The staff are less than honest. We had our child there for only 3 weeks before taking her out. It was unreal the lies we were tol...


It saddens my heart that teenagers are placed here for treatment. The website & other information available is dishonest to say the least. Once a child is in this faculty, everything is dictated by mo...


I believe that the staff truly care. They helped our daughter, see that what she was doing was wrong! She had to stay for just over six weeks. They worked hard, for the whole family. If your child is ...


My son was a patient for just over three months and I was very satisfied with his care and he was also. He bonded with the staff and it was very emotional the day he was discharged. The day before he ...


This place has helped me get my life back together. It stunk at first, but they are really trying to make it better. And one of the supervisors is awesome at her job! I love her. And another woman the...


I worked at Village Behavioral Health for four years. My experience was very positive. The Village is a treatment facility for children with mental health and substance abuse problems. It is not a day...


The Village offers a unique treatment setting not found at any other facility. They are on 65 acres of wooded campus, allowing the adolescents to experience things they may not have experienced in ot...


Wonderful program! I can\'t say enough about how great this program and the staff have been with my daughter! When their help and guidance my daughter is successfully discharging today!!! When i found...


Terrible communication. For-Profit, corporate owned results in inexperienced, therapists with very little knowledge of complex psychological issues. More of a containment facility than a therapeutic e...


I resided at The Village for Fie months...they made my life a living heck so I tell you do not send your child here do research


this is js and this is not the place to send your kids to and I\'m still in the village it\'s not lovey at all everything in the village is old as heck the school is not even good school ...but it\'s...


I was a patient here for just over a month in June 2013. I am writing this because this is all I can do to warn others about this care. If you love your child, please please please do not send them he...


This is the worst place to ever send a child whom has ANY type if behavioral or mental health issue. They are continuously understaffed and take admissions that should never be there just to meet quot...


Doesn't put pt first


If I could rate this place lower, I would. I cannot begin to explain how awful and ineffective The Village is. Their website is a complete lie; nothing they say goes on (hiking, horseback riding, ther...

Areas of Focus
Individual Therapy

This term describes one-on-one therapy, in which a patient and trained counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist meets privately with a patient to discuss challenges related to lifestyle, work, family and romantic relationships that may have contributed to the development of an addiction.


The term “12 Step Program” describes a way to recover from addiction that is based on the model developed by Alcoholics Anonymous. Many drug and alcohol treatment centers base their treatment on 12 steps – the first three of which are situational, the next four addressing the practical issues created by the addiction, followed by two steps focused on making amends for hurting others. Steps 10 and 11 involve a deeper examination of the previous steps and the final step is focused on helping others avoid and recover from addiction.