Since 1983, New Life Lodge has been guiding individuals through every step of the addiction recovery process. Located on 120 wooded acres in Burns, Tennessee, our peaceful and nurturing setting promotes introspection and recovery. New Life Lodge uses evidence based counseling practices and the ongoing support of self- help groups such as AA & NA.
You will be contacted by an addiction specialist within 24 hours
This organization does not disclose, give, sell, or transfer any personal information about our visitors, unless specifically required for law enforcement or statute.
Our program offers a continuum of services, from detox through inpatient treatment.
Our medical department is led by Dr. Paul Ragan, our nationally recognized Medical Director.
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A specialty program for those looking to focus on Christianity in recovery.
Treatment begins with the caring staff in our admissions department.
"Welcome to New Life Lodge, where we have been helping men and women in crisis for more than 30 years. Thank you for visiting our website, and for taking a few moments to learn a bit more about our program. As I hope will become apparent to you as you review this site, New Life Lodge is a truly special place..." Read more
We believe that offering a wide range of therapies, all of which are compatible with the principles of the 12-Step philosophy, provides our patients with the most effective means of achieving and maintaining sobriety. The highly personalized program that we offer encompasses the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual transformation of each individual. Read more
Wow! Where do I start? I was what most people in the field considered a chronic alcoholic, a hard case. Years of counseling, physiologic help, medications, etc. and I was still in a suicidal state. Nothing had helped. After 12 rehabs, I found New Life Lodge.
I am alive and sober today, living life instead of looking to die. New Life Lodge really was my lucky #13!