When you or a loved one is struggling with mental illness or chemical dependency, the first step is to reach out for help. Perhaps that’s why you’re here, reading this. You’re ready to take that first step. You’re ready to stop living in crisis and start moving toward a place where things start getting better. If so, you’ve come to the right place.

Rolling Hills Hospital is here to help you and your loved one get back to the life you always wanted.

Seeking help is a positive step, and we want to help make beginning this journey as simple as possible. We know there can be some anxiety about what happens next, and we are here to demystify the process and provide answers to your questions. Below you’ll find information on what to expect, visitation policies, insurance coverage, what to bring and more.

Still have questions? We’re only a phone call away.

If you or someone you love is struggling with psychiatric issues and/or chemical dependency, call our Admissions Line at 615-807-4059 24 hours a day, seven days a week for a free, confidential assessment and referral assistance today.

What to Expect

We offer inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for every season of life. To determine what kind of care you need, whether inpatient or outpatient, our team of professionals will evaluate your unique situation. You can walk straight in and be welcomed as our guest or call us at our admissions number to schedule an appointment.

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Family & Friends

When someone enters a treatment program, we know they have loved ones who are concerned and want to stay connected. We have guidelines and policies in place that were created with the safety of both patients and family members in mind. Take time to read them through to make the most of your visits.

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What to Bring

At Rolling Hills Hospital, our top priority is to provide a safe, healing environment for our patients. Toward that end, we encourage individuals to bring personal items to make their stay as comfortable as possible. We also want to make our patients and their families aware of the items that are not allowed on our patient floors. We have complete lists of suggested items to bring as well as items that are banned for safety reasons.

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Insurance Information

When someone needs help, there are a lot of decisions to be made. Worrying about how to pay for that help shouldn’t add stress.

At Rolling Hills, we work with Medicare, TRICARE, TennCare and most commercial insurance plans. For a full list of insurance plans we accept, click here.

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