Come To Nashville, Tennessee for Recovery
Our location has all the benefits of the 25th largest city in the US along with all the benefits of a natural, rural setting.
Some Things Nashville Does Better
Nashville is considered to be a leading center for Addiction and Alcoholism Recovery in the world. Click on the links in the paragraph above to learn more from independent sources.
Nashville is growing
* Nashville is ranked as one of America’s best cities with 10% population growth and 21% employment growth since 2010. Technology jobs are booming, and it’s on Business Insider’s list of the hottest American cities of 2016.
* Forbes Magazine: “Five reasons why Music City is heating up”.
* Forbes Magazine travel guide likes: the food at Loveless Cafe, 5th & Taylor and Hattie B’s; the shows at The Bluebird Cafe; and the sophisticated rooms at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Hermitage Hotel.
* 82 people move to Nashville every day.
Healthcare (not music) is the region’s leading industry.
* 250 companies headquartered here.
* Six of the nation’s top 10 for-profit hospitals are located in Nashville.
* Healthcare represents one in eight Nashville jobs.
Music in Nashville is no longer just for the cowboys.
* The back office for the music industry is in Nashville.
* Nashville is a center for Intellectual Property law.
* If a tour bus or other tour related equipment is not on the road, it is probably in Nashville getting it scheduled maintenance.
* Hit-makers of all genres begin here or move here.
* Many music personalities, producers, and studio people move here to get clean and sober.
* Many move here for attractive tax policies.
Business leaders and investors have been working for the past several years in a common goal of making Nashville a technology destination.
* Companies are recruiting talented, technology transplants.
* Google is making Nashville one of seven cities to participate in their Google for Entrepreneurs Tech Hubs.
* Google is bringing Google Fiber to Nashville.
* Nashville’s attractive housing prices and low cost of living is making Nashville technology transplant city.
* Want some code written? You can get it done in Nashville.
* There are 24 post-secondary institutions in the area.
* Nashville has a central location and lower cost of living compared to cities of comparable size.
* There is a lot for students nd youg people to do in their free time.
* On average, 60% of graduates choose to remain here.
* 90 parks.
* 75 miles of greenways.
* 190 miles of trails throughout Davidson County.
* The Greenways for Nashville Campaign has a goal of a greenway trail within two miles of every Nashvillian.
A new “Ellis Island,” a magnet for immigrants
* Nashville was anointed as an “It City” in January 2013 by the New York Times.
* Some 30 percent of students in Metro schools live in homes in which English is not the primary language.
* Nashville is the home of the nation’s largest Kurdish population, as well as sizable numbers from other countries such as Somalia, Sudan, Egypt, Eretria and Bhutan.
* Nashville has traditionally had a sizable and prominent African-American community, which accounts for nearly 16 percent of its population.