Addiction Treatment Tennessee - Saving Lives and Families

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Addiction Treatment Tennessee - Saving Lives and Families

Addiction is a centuries-old and very common phenomenon. In countries like Europe and the USA, the free flow of alcohol and the easy availability of the drugs have increased the risks of not just addiction, but of the long-term physical and mental effects that destroy families. An addict never realizes the problem with them until it is too late. Once the addiction takes hold of them, it rapidly starts to destroy their health and wellbeing. However, professional help can go a long way in creating a change in the addicts’ lives. In this regard, Addiction treatment Tennessee center is one such example of a highly effective institute for treating addiction of all sorts.

This center provides exceptional treatment which shows the lowest levels of reverting to the addiction. Also, the facility upholds the concept of a holistic and collective recovery which involves a community approach. This increases the chances of a speedy recovery.


The prominent addictions treated by the Addiction treatment Tennessee include:

• Alcohol addiction
• Cocaine addiction
• Fentanyl addiction
• GHB addiction
• Heroin addiction
• Opioid addiction


Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)The PHP sessions at the center include regular group meetings and therapy sessions. These are considered as one of the main aspects of the hospitalized patients who require regular communication and social connection to bond with society again in a positive way. PHP involves a real setting for the individuals in which they can create friendships and share their experiences to feel a part of the whole community.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
The outpatient program is focused on treating in a more comfortable environment which a patient feels when they connect remotely through video connections. This program is meant to make those patients feel a part of the recovering community even if they cannot join physically. Regular check-ups of the discharged patients also help them stay connected and help others through their experience.

Outpatient Treatment Program (OTP)
The main purpose of this program is to teach the patients about the basic skills to prevent addiction or help them get through the addiction process in a step-by-step professional way.

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
This program combines therapy with medication for more severe drug addictions. These are conducted in case of drug addiction disorders which can have a long-term impact. Some of the prominent medications used for such problems are Naltrexone, Buprenorphine, and Methadone. These drugs have many benefits such as reducing cravings, creating source accountability, and encouraging sustained recovery.

Family Program
The family program includes all family members to participate in the journey of their loved ones caught in any addiction. This makes the addict feel connected and taken care of, instead of being isolated and further depressed. This also removes gaps between the patient and his/her family and makes the family take responsibility for their loved one. Besides, the family is trained to prevent future addiction in their homes by recognizing the unhealthy family patterns of emotional and psychological abuse.

Alumni Program
The alumni program is for the ones who have fully recovered. This program encourages them to pay back to society by sharing their experience and journey with the ones presently struggling. This makes the patients feel relieved and comfortable about their struggle and connect with those who have gone through this stage and survived.

Apart from these services, there are some additional services that the Addiction treatment Tennessee offers. They include:

• Drug Screening and Medication Management
• Weekly Telehealth Sessions via Skype
• Driving Under Influence (DUI) Evaluations
• Vivitrol Maintenance
• Biofeedback Therapy
• Painkiller Addiction Treatment
• Hydrocodone Addiction Treatment

The overall approach of the center is highly appreciated by the professionals. The recovered individuals have been seen to serve society healthily. This shows that this institute is not just a recovery center, but a facility where people are given a second chance at life.

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