Our inpatient treatment residences are surrounded by the scenic beauty of farms and ranches in the beautiful rolling hills of Nunnelly, Tennessee, about an hour outside of Nashville. Clients live in comfortable homes that encourage personal reflection and connections with others. We have separate homes for women and men and a special house for our women’s eating disorder program.
Our small resident population ensures highly individualized care while providing the sense of community necessary for personal growth and group support. We are committed to fostering an atmosphere of respect, love and hope that encourages and models the joy of recovery.
Where scenic Mill Creek meets the Piney River stands Mill House, a fully renovated southern mansion. The home has a modern kitchen with a large granite island for food preparation and socializing, an inviting living room with contemporary furniture, and a private deck overlooking the Piney River, home to world-class kayaking and canoeing. A key feature of the home is its expansive dining room, furnished with a wood-burning stove, built-in bookcases, and polished wood dining tables large enough to serve the neighborhood and reminiscent of an era when extended families arrived for the weekend and stayed through the winter. View our gallery or call 844-876-7680 to learn more.
Piney Lodge is a state-of-the-art detox facility, stabilization and assessment center on our main campus. The lodge is a stone’s throw from the banks of the serene and picturesque Piney River. Piney Lodge offers a safe, comfortable setting where clients can detox with round-the-clock, expert medical and behavioral care before embarking on the next step in the process of recovery. View our gallery or call 844-876-7680 to learn more.
Located near the confluence of Beaver Creek and the Piney River, the Creek House inpatient treatment residence is a two-story Cape Cod-style home with a pitched roof and dormer windows, and an expansive deck overlooking acres of woods and a winding creek. Creek House features Western and Native American décor, a large open kitchen, and a dining room warmed by a fireplace. The home is within easy reach of The Ranch treatment center’s gymnasium, a popular venue for yoga and other fitness activities. View our gallery or call 844-876-7680 to learn more.
Hilltop is a large, contemporary log home with elevated views of green pastures, forests and ponds speckled with a variety of ducks and migratory birds. The home features vaulted ceilings, a living room with a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace and book-filled cabinets, warm overstuffed furniture and a spacious kitchen ideal for communal cooking. The open staircase leads to the upper level, which has large bedrooms with a comfy bunkhouse feel, a loft and private terrace. The front porch invites daily reflection and provides panoramic views of the surrounding hilltops, grazing horses and brilliant sunsets. Hilltop has a fitness area, and offers a safe, secure setting for recovery. View our gallery or call 844-876-7680 to learn more.
Situated on a well-manicured lawn, two small chalets connected by a portico make up Lake House, a European-inspired facility with breathtaking views of the surrounding pastures and parkland. The lower pasture has a modest lake which is home to blue heron and Canada Geese that often winter in this tranquil refuge. Each room in Lake House is spacious and has expansive views of the countryside. The home has an upgraded kitchen and a circular dining room with 180-degree views, providing a serene setting for community meals. View our gallery or call 844-876-7680 to learn more.
Overlook House is a charming set of cottages — a main home and quaint stone hideaway — with breathtaking views of the scenic Piney River valley. Rich in history, this setting was one of the original homesteads for the Pinewood Plantation and home to a former state senator. The main country-style cottage features a sun room, modern kitchen, light and airy bedrooms, and porch complete with rocking chairs for quiet contemplation, friendly communion or watching the sun set over this storied property. View our gallery or call 844-876-7680 to learn more.
With big, overstuffed leather furniture, western rugs and a large communal kitchen, Deerfield House has the feel of a genuine ranch house, with plenty of room. Banks of windows along the front of the house and a side porch offer sprawling views of The Ranch mental health rehab’s acres of rolling hillsides, green pastures and horse stables. The home is nestled alongside Spring Creek, near the Piney River, which boasts calm pools for swimming as well as world-class kayaking and canoeing. Deerfield House is a place where impromptu volleyball and basketball games might break out, but day’s end will bring time for calm reflection, dinner and perhaps a nighttime fireside circle. View our gallery or call 844-876-7680 to learn more.
Spring House is a warm and inviting ranch-style home located on acres of serene pastures and woodlands bordering the Piney River. The home’s eclectic interior includes a cozy living room with a vaulted ceiling, contemporary furniture, a floor-to-ceiling fireplace, and views of a backyard trail that leads to Spring Creek. There’s a charming dining room, large kitchen and a screened-in porch as well as an open deck, complete with rocking chairs for quiet reflection. The home’s comfortable communal spaces and cheery bedrooms create a welcoming space for embarking on a journey of recovery. View our gallery or call 844-876-7680 to learn more.
River House was once the storied Lyles train depot, formerly at Lyles Station, Indiana, and moved in the 1970s to the site of the old Pinewood mansion on Pinewood Farms. The beautiful Piney River flows through the heart of the farm, which dates back to the 1850s. The depot has been lovingly restored and now has a state-of-the-art kitchen, but retains the bones of its lively past, with original built-ins and fittings, tin roof, and overstuffed leather couches. The depot is connected to an authentic cowboy bunkhouse, which serves as living quarters, and a pre-Civil war-era smokehouse, which now serves as the office and the group room. The rich history of the depot creates a space for reflection and fellowship, bringing residents back to a simpler time. View our gallery or call 844-876-7680 to learn more.
Swan Creek House
Nestled amid rolling hills dotted with mature oaks and maples, Swan Creek House is a 15,000-square-foot home that features warm and inviting living spaces and breathtaking views of the surrounding hills. The home’s sprawling outdoor spaces include a pond, natural rock landscaping and rolling hills as far as the eye can see. Also situated on the property is a state-of-the-art equestrian center equipped with lights, heated water and a ¾ bath, as well as 12 stalls, a wash area and a vet area for the equine partners. View our gallery or call 844-876-7680 to learn more.