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The Next Door for Women


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The Next Door for Women offers affordable treatment for women who suffer from substance abuse and co-occurring mental health issues. Located in Nashville, Tennessee, the Christian-based treatment facility aims to help women get their lives back on track without having to pay an arm and a leg. Through the 12 steps, meditation, prayer and intensive therapy, women are able to gain a foothold on the path to sobriety.

Accommodations and Food

The 20-bed treatment facility was converted from an office space. Each client is assigned a roommate, with whom they share a modest bedroom and bath. The rooms each have two twin beds and dressers. A common room is available for TV watching and relaxing during free time. The facility also includes several therapy rooms and a dining room.

While this facility does not offer enticing amenities such as a tennis court or gym, residents can participate in physical activity led by a fitness instructor once a week. From yoga to aerobics, clients can build endurance and release some endorphins. Those who wish to get outdoors are welcome to take walks around the building during free time or smoke in the designated smoking area.

Meals are served cafeteria style and include a range of options designed to provide nutrition and energy. Clients should not expect much when it comes to food but won’t go hungry.


Treatment helps residents build a strong physical, mental, spiritual and emotional foundation for their new sober life. A medically monitored, on-site detox is available, typically lasting from three to seven days and costing $600 per day. As women make their way through the 30-day program, they are able to understand the disease of addiction as well as the specific reasons behind their substance abuse. In addition to treating drug and alcohol addiction, the program also focuses on co-occurring mental illnesses.

Clients receive psychiatric evaluations, individual therapy once a week, several hours of group therapy per day, educational lectures, family therapy and 12-step work. Groups focus on a variety of topics, ranging from relapse prevention to trauma to life skills to processing. Evidence-based therapy modalities such as CBT and DBT are used during group and individual sessions.

The 12 steps are an essential part of recovery at The Next Door. However, clients are not forced into a particular faith or way of viewing a Higher Power. By attending various on-site AA and NA meetings, clients can discover a like-minded community.

In addition to residential treatment, Next Door offers a variety of outpatient programs. The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is held five times a week for five hours while the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) meets four times week for three hours a day. The outpatient program offers the lowest level of care with less then five hours per week. These programs follow a similar structure to residential treatment in terms of groups, individual sessions and educational lectures.

In Summary

The Next Door for Women provides a safe haven for women who wish to stop their substance abuse. Comparatively inexpensive, this program offers an affordable facility in a world of pricey rehabs and can help those who have few other options.

The Next Door for Women Location

402 22nd Ave North
Nashville, TN 37203

The Next Door for Women Cost

$12,000 (30 days). Reach The Next Door for Women by phone at (855) 863-4673. Find The Next Door for Women on Facebook

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  1. My wife name Kelsey erny has been in this program 30 days I made her go she is pregnant with my child they refuse to tell me a try Ing about my wife I have a 2 year old I’m raiseing by my self with no help in these people will not let me talk to my wife nor tell me anything about my wife I feel like they kidnapped her this is morally wrong my name’s jamar I’m going to hire an atty I have power of attorney over my wife they have no right to keel her from her family imloseing my home In everything I on cause I have no help raiseing our child this is not a good place it’s all about the 12k they get from your insurance carrier

  2. These people are the worst of the worst. Katie is supposedly a therapist. I would like to see her credentials. I’m trying to find out who these people report to because they are a terrible excuse for therapy and/or rehab center. They should have their license revoked and I’m going to find out who I need to speak with to get the ball rolling on that. I caution anyone searching for a safe place for their loved one, to reconsider The Next Door.

  3. Is there a number so I can contact someone after hours? My mom is there and I would like to know she is ok. I would appreciate any help. Thank you

  4. The Next Door is unlike any other rehab I have participated in. I was desperate for help each time I sought treatment. I truly had a deep desire for change but time after time failed misrebly. After many attempts to find and maintain sobriety I found myself at rock bottom, the absolute lowest point in my life. I didn’t want to try anymore, I didn’t even want to live anymore but through the Grace of God I found The Next Door!! The Next Door not only focuses on education about addiction they also focus on getting to the root of what creates addiction. The staff genuinely care about the residents and through their love I was able to get the help I needed. I recommend The Next Door for anyone with a desire to end addiction once and for all!!

    • Sonja Ratliff on

      Thank you for your statement about this place. My daughter is going there Monday and I feel like God is talking to me through you. You have eased my heart with your words. I will say a prayer for you to stay sober. Love from someone who is grateful to you.

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