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English Mountain Recovery is a 30 to 90 day residential-inpatient,  12 Step based drug and alcohol rehab located in Tennessee. For over 10 years we have been treating addiction at our 27 acre residential treatment retreat. We provide life-changing care to people suffering from alcoholism,  drug abuse and other addictive disorders.  English Mountain Recovery is one of the few residential inpatient treatment facilities, with gender specific inpatient treatment for both men and women.  Residential inpatient treatment means that the treatment center, sleeping quarters and all related recovery facilities are located at one location. Additionally, EMR is tucked away in the serene Smoky Mountains, set apart from the hustle and bustle of life.  English Mountain Recovery is the perfect setting for healing and recovery to occur. We also offer support and counseling for the client’s family members  which helps to achieve a comprehensive recovery foundation.

Our clients learn the significance of using the 12 Step recovery program as outlined by Alcoholics Anonymous in their personal recovery process. Upon admission each client receives the English Mountain Recovery workbook which is combined with 12 Step recovery work.  We believe a foundation of recovery to overcome addictive disorders is based on the 12 Step philosophy originated by Alcoholics Anonymous.

We see people who were once hopeless recover every day, and you can too! We find that incorporating various modalities of therapy enhance and improve an individual’s recovery and their new way of life. Call us today to learn more about our outstanding residential alcohol and drug treatment center.

I could not have gone one more day without the help that I have received here. I never looked at the beauty in my life before, but my eyes are wide open to it now.
Since I’ve been here on English Mountain I’m learning how to deal with my problems. I’m learning a new way to live without the use of drugs. I’m finding out who I am, and what I want to be. I’m very grateful to be here, I feel very blessed to have another chance at life. I’ve found peace within myself and I can say I love me today.